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Thanks Duncan!  I am scheduled for a cerebral angiogram but I think I'm going to pass.  Just that procedure in itself can potentially cause a stroke for a number of reasons so I'm going to send all my MRI and CAT imaging to my grandson who is a radiologist and wait for his analysis before doing anything.

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Hi Jon

As I have had similar to you I take this and never had a problem since take it easy and the worst is stress.

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Hi Jon

As I have had similar to you I take this and never had a problem since take it easy and the worst is stress.

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Mike 8)

Mike,

Thanks for the info!  It looks like Tromalyt is acetylsalicylic acid more commonly known here in the states as aspirin.  They have me on blood thinner and a statin to reduce the possibility of future TIAs or stroke.  I guess we all have a date/time stamp on us someplace.  C.C

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Mike,

Thanks for the info!  It looks like Tromalyt is acetylsalicylic acid more commonly known here in the states as aspirin.  They have me on blood thinner and a statin to reduce the possibility of future TIAs or stroke.  I guess we all have a date/time stamp on us someplace.  C.C

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Yes the main content is asprin which is a blood thinner but this is produced for blood thinning in a special way so my doctor says and hence the name. A few years ago I was having double vision attacks which would last about 20min then would stop for 5min and then start again and so it would go on for a couple of hours with the normal time getting longer, really scary. After many tests and cat scans they found that it was a blood vessel in my brain which was expanding but no breaking. This was touching the part of the brain that controls the eyes, well these tablets have stopped me from having a hemorage "stroke" and so kept me alive. A side effect has been that I no longer have headakes any more and I used to have bad megrains, it has been about 6 years now.

Hope all goes well with you and yes we all have a clock ticking away but I'm damed if I am going to let my battery run down just yet :)

Best Regards

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Try some natual ways to thin the blood.

* Turmeric
* Bromelain
* Water
* Cinnamon
* Dill
* Oregano
* Dried fruits and berries, such as raisins, cranberries, prunes and cherries
* Vitamin B6
* Vitamin E
* Gingko biloba

https://www.naturalnews.com/036286_blood_thinners_natural_remedies_alternatives.html

Try some of them and see what comes of it.  If the doc asks what you have been doing to reduce, just say, I dunno. Been drinking lots of water lately. Dont tell them you are trying natural stuff as they would rather you be on the meds. ;)


And more articles about blood thinner meds.

https://www.naturalnews.com/SearchResults.asp?query=natural+blood+thinner&pr=NN

My mom had an episode with mem loss and amnesia. was in hospital 3 days, but they couldnt say what was wrong. she was fine when she got there and I had asked her what meds she was on. well the blood thinner she was on caused mem loss and amnesia in the med side effects. on the 4th day a neurologist said she had a minor stroke. He told me her doc doubled her dose the week before and reduced it again the week after. So my take on it was they said she had a stroke to protect the pharms on the meds.

Water is number one. Lower sugars as it does thicken blood flow. Tumeric is also a strong cancer fighter. I get Uncle Mats OJ with Tumeric. Drink it few times a week.

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Yes the main content is asprin which is a blood thinner but this is produced for blood thinning in a special way so my doctor says and hence the name. A few years ago I was having double vision attacks which would last about 20min then would stop for 5min and then start again and so it would go on for a couple of hours with the normal time getting longer, really scary. After many tests and cat scans they found that it was a blood vessel in my brain which was expanding but no breaking. This was touching the part of the brain that controls the eyes, well these tablets have stopped me from having a hemorage "stroke" and so kept me alive. A side effect has been that I no longer have headakes any more and I used to have bad megrains, it has been about 6 years now.

Hope all goes well with you and yes we all have a clock ticking away but I'm damed if I am going to let my battery run down just yet :)

Best Regards

Mike 8)

Mike,

Yes, aspirin helps a great many of us with our maladies but I guess some people have problems with it.  I was taking an 82mg baby aspirin daily for years with no problems and then I read somewhere about the possible side effects so I stopped taking it.  It was 3-4 weeks later I had the stroke!  Needless to say I'm back on it along with a blood thinner.

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Try some natual ways to thin the blood.

* Turmeric
* Bromelain
* Water
* Cinnamon
* Dill
* Oregano
* Dried fruits and berries, such as raisins, cranberries, prunes and cherries
* Vitamin B6
* Vitamin E
* Gingko biloba

https://www.naturalnews.com/036286_blood_thinners_natural_remedies_alternatives.html

Try some of them and see what comes of it.  If the doc asks what you have been doing to reduce, just say, I dunno. Been drinking lots of water lately. Dont tell them you are trying natural stuff as they would rather you be on the meds. ;)


And more articles about blood thinner meds.

https://www.naturalnews.com/SearchResults.asp?query=natural+blood+thinner&pr=NN

My mom had an episode with mem loss and amnesia. was in hospital 3 days, but they couldnt say what was wrong. she was fine when she got there and I had asked her what meds she was on. well the blood thinner she was on caused mem loss and amnesia in the med side effects. on the 4th day a neurologist said she had a minor stroke. He told me her doc doubled her dose the week before and reduced it again the week after. So my take on it was they said she had a stroke to protect the pharms on the meds.

Water is number one. Lower sugars as it does thicken blood flow. Tumeric is also a strong cancer fighter. I get Uncle Mats OJ with Tumeric. Drink it few times a week.

Mags

Hi Mags,

Thanks for all the advice!  I am familiar and take some of the items on your list like Tumeric and the vitamins.

I love and use Natural News and in fact I'm searching their site for a natural blood thinner to replace the Plavix that I'm now on.  Actually again, I think aspirin is one of the best if it can be tolerated.

I know that water is extremely important and if taken before bedtime can save a many stroke and heart attack.  I wish I could say that I'm always faithful to do this however!

Regards,
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For many Ginkgo Biloba is an effective blood thinner.
I've been taking one capsule per day of Ginkgo Biloba 24%
(60 mg.) for about 15 years.  It is very inexpensive.




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Hi again PM sorry to hear your having blood problems . Added to the suggestions already offered might I suggest Rife technology and /or browns gas to hydrate/oxygenate  the blood .
Some of this information I can pass by direct link to you.
Other documentaries and information is still contracted and so I'll send via 'transfer' to you PM box
it needs to be remembered that all the usual medical treatments are very much under the tight grip of the pharmaceutical cabals which in turn are in the direct control of 'the few' and have been for a hundred years or so. The following documentary pretty much explains how the Rockefeller and energy cartels hold on the medical industry began and has progressed


https://www.corbettreport.com/bigoil/.



The Rockefeller financed and backed AMA and 'societies' were promulgated world wide. Here is an example of the interfering stance of the societies positioned to hoover up any philanthropic efforts here described by alternative cancer therapist  Bill Henderson 
 
http://dnp.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/a/BH1.mp3

The interference world wide historically and in recent times is amplified by the experience of Harry Hoxsey and his clinics


https://youtu.be/DTh4NjL40vo


If I'm preaching to the converted very sorry PartzM still I'm putting down the springboard which might convince folks that viable very effective alternatives really are there and perhaps more importantly why they are not being used.
I was myself reduced to a wheel chair and in agony a few years ago the diagnosis was an incurable and progressive condition called ankylosing spondylitis not wanting to waste your time with my dilemma's I ended up building a crude Rife machine .
Incidently you might be lulled into thinking the Rife Microscope cannot be replicated . Heres a rather more recent example

https://youtu.be/KGJW94ciq4c

owned and operated by another who was hounded and persecuted Gaston Naessens
I guess I was very lucky that the frequency concerning my condition was recorded and already well tried.
The effect was very quick and seems permanent. (touch wood)
I can't link to those documentaries on open forum. I will PM links to you so you can transfer and then watch and make your own mind up.
Kind regards Duncan

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For many Ginkgo Biloba is an effective blood thinner.
I've been taking one capsule per day of Ginkgo Biloba 24%
(60 mg.) for about 15 years.  It is very inexpensive.

Although I have taken Ginkgo Biloba I was not aware of it's blood thinning capability.  I'm fortunate to have a grandson (in-law) who is a radiologist that analyzed my scans and said that due to the proximity of the nearly blocked carotid arteries, the only option is anti-platelet therapy or blood thinning.

I will also try oral EDTA chelation which is not nearly as effective as IVs but will still work in my case.  I asked my regular physician about chelation and he had a somewhat puzzled look on his face as he looked it up on his laptop and then he responded " oh, that's to get lead out of the system".  I must say that this doctor is young and replaced our previous physician who retired.  He really needs to do his homework!

Thanks for the input,
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Hi again PM sorry to hear your having blood problems . Added to the suggestions already offered might I suggest Rife technology and /or browns gas to hydrate/oxygenate  the blood .
Some of this information I can pass by direct link to you.
Other documentaries and information is still contracted and so I'll send via 'transfer' to you PM box
it needs to be remembered that all the usual medical treatments are very much under the tight grip of the pharmaceutical cabals which in turn are in the direct control of 'the few' and have been for a hundred years or so. The following documentary pretty much explains how the Rockefeller and energy cartels hold on the medical industry began and has progressed


https://www.corbettreport.com/bigoil/.



The Rockefeller financed and backed AMA and 'societies' were promulgated world wide. Here is an example of the interfering stance of the societies positioned to hoover up any philanthropic efforts here described by alternative cancer therapist  Bill Henderson 
 
http://dnp.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/a/BH1.mp3

The interference world wide historically and in recent times is amplified by the experience of Harry Hoxsey and his clinics


https://youtu.be/DTh4NjL40vo


If I'm preaching to the converted very sorry PartzM still I'm putting down the springboard which might convince folks that viable very effective alternatives really are there and perhaps more importantly why they are not being used.
I was myself reduced to a wheel chair and in agony a few years ago the diagnosis was an incurable and progressive condition called ankylosing spondylitis not wanting to waste your time with my dilemma's I ended up building a crude Rife machine .
Incidently you might be lulled into thinking the Rife Microscope cannot be replicated . Heres a rather more recent example

https://youtu.be/KGJW94ciq4c

owned and operated by another who was hounded and persecuted Gaston Naessens
I guess I was very lucky that the frequency concerning my condition was recorded and already well tried.
The effect was very quick and seems permanent. (touch wood)
I can't link to those documentaries on open forum. I will PM links to you so you can transfer and then watch and make your own mind up.
Kind regards Duncan

Duncan,

Thanks you for all your input and concern.  Yes, you are preaching to the choir but that is OK because there is always something new to learn plus there may be others that can benefit from the discussion.

Our current med school grads are brainwashed by the pharmaceuticals that if you can't fix it with their drugs, you ain't fixable!  Fortunately, some break out of that programming to become really useful in the medical community. 

Anyway, thanks again for the info and your PMs.

Regards,
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This is a simple bench test for a reluctance change in a transformer assembly with an aluminum rotor and a 100ma constant current source.

The pix of the transformer assembly is shown which is an AMCC200 Metglas core with two series connected windings and positioned with a gap as seen.  The .062" aluminum piece in the background was quickly inserted removed by hand in the gap at the appropriate time.

The first scope pix shows this insertion removal and the effects on the current and the voltage on the external constant current inductor.  It is seen that the current variation is basically undetectable and the voltage change is minimal.

The second and third scope pix show the Lmin=9.4mH and Lmax=36.6mH of the AMCC200 transformer assembly with and without the aluminum rotor inserted.  If the concept works as expected and the current source is held at 100ma typical, the apparent gain would be (.1^2*.0366/2)/(.1^2*.0094/2) = 3.89 which is the ratio of Lmax/Lmin.  This gain would remain rather constant independent of the c/c levels.

This does not account for any eddy current loss in the rotor which IMO can be minimized by several different methods.  Mainly, if there is no current variation in the core gap when the aluminum is moving in the gap, will there be eddy currents?  If not, then the initial current magnitude could be supplied by an external inductor thru capacitor shuttling which would bring the current up to the required level rather quickly rather than ramp charging thus minimizing the eddy current losses.

Edit: Changed 'inserted' to 'removed'.

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Hi Partzman,

Just would like you to know I've been keeping an eye on your topic as it's interesting to me.

Thanks for taking the time to share your research.

Kind regards
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Hi Partzman,

Just would like you to know I've been keeping an eye on your topic as it's interesting to me.

Thanks for taking the time to share your research.

Kind regards
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Hi Luc,

Thanks for your interest.  I hope to prove with the next step that the concept will produce excess energy.

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Hi PM,
The reason that inductance reduces when the aluminum sheet is within the gap is the eddy current.that is induced by a changing magnetic field.  By Lenz that opposes the change and that results in a lowered inductance.  IMO eddy current loss will not be a factor.  What really matters is the magnetic forces acting on those eddy currents during insertion and removal of the conductive sheet so you have to do mechanical work.  You will have to measure that input energy for proper OU investigation.
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Hi PM,
The reason that inductance reduces when the aluminum sheet is within the gap is the eddy current.that is induced by a changing magnetic field.  By Lenz that opposes the change and that results in a lowered inductance.  IMO eddy current loss will not be a factor.  What really matters is the magnetic forces acting on those eddy currents during insertion and removal of the conductive sheet so you have to do mechanical work.  You will have to measure that input energy for proper OU investigation.
Smudge

Hi Smudge,

Thanks for your input.

Here is what I think may work to reduce the mechanical work during insertion and removal.  The aluminum rotor is first positioned between the poles and then a charged capacitor is dumped into the coils to produce a given peak current in the coils in as short as time as possible.  The Lenz effect results in the charging of the coils at the lowered inductance with hopefully very little rotation resulting in very little drag.  The coils are then subjected to a constant current (shorting the coils may work as well) for the remainder of the rotor's removal which according to my interpretation of my previous test, there is no Lenz effect or there would be a reduction in current as the inductance increases when the rotor is removed.

My interpretation may be incorrect however so the real test will have to be done with rotary device to be sure.

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Maybe for your initial confirmation test you can start with the aluminum plate in position but have the plate attached to a spring or elastic (under tension) held by a latching mechanism triggered by a small solenoid coil at the exact time you want the plate to be removed.
Kind of a mouse trap thing.
This fast extract action may give you the right time window you need?

The thing I can't get my mind wrapped around is, why an increase in Inductance (after coils current is established) would give a power gain?
Usually there's an identifiable source to a gain.
If this was to work what would be the source?

Looking forward to your real world results

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Maybe for your initial confirmation test you can start with the aluminum plate in position but have the plate attached to a spring or elastic (under tension) held by a latching mechanism triggered by a small solenoid coil at the exact time you want the plate to be removed.
Kind of a mouse trap thing.
This fast extract action may give you the right time window you need?

Your suggestion is well taken as I've started to 3D print out parts for a pendulum but I'm not patient enough as the sizes are big.  So I may try your idea or a variation.

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The thing I can't get my mind wrapped around is, why an increase in Inductance (after coils current is established) would give a power gain?
Usually there's an identifiable source to a gain.
If this was to work what would be the source?

This is a good question and I hope I can explain it simply enough.  Using the energy formula for an inductance UL=I^2*L/2, we see that if we keep the current in an inductor the same while we are somehow able to increase the inductance, we will realize an increase in energy.  In this case, the paramagnetic aluminum rotor lowers the inductance of the coil assembly while we charge it to a given current level.  We now remove the aluminum rotor while holding the current at the same level and the inductance increases.  With the rotor completely removed from the coil assembly, we now have a higher inductance at the same current level which will yield a higher energy level.  This is the gain mechanism.

This same concept can be proven to work with simulation on a solid state core assembly but so far I haven't been able to achieve the core permeability change with gain.

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Me too!!!

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Actually after giving it more thought, I don't believe the reluctance generator will work as I have previously stated. 

In order for the aluminum rotor to lower the inductance of the coil assembly, there must be circulating currents within the aluminum that buck the coil currents.  IOW, this is no different than using a solid copper sheet in place of the aluminum as the result will be the same.  However, a flat coil of copper that is open on the ends will not produce the inductance drop if placed in the gap but, if the coil is shorted, we will have a drop in inductance in the main coil assembly.  If we try to hold the current constant in the main coil assembly and remove the current in the shorted coil, the current in the main coil will drop as the inductance increases thus yielding no gain.  I believe that in real time, this is what the result will be when the aluminum rotor containing the bucking current is removed from the coil gap.

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Actually after giving it more thought, I don't believe the reluctance generator will work as I have previously stated. 

In order for the aluminum rotor to lower the inductance of the coil assembly, there must be circulating currents within the aluminum that buck the coil currents.  IOW, this is no different than using a solid copper sheet in place of the aluminum as the result will be the same.  However, a flat coil of copper that is open on the ends will not produce the inductance drop if placed in the gap but, if the coil is shorted, we will have a drop in inductance in the main coil assembly.  If we try to hold the current constant in the main coil assembly and remove the current in the shorted coil, the current in the main coil will drop as the inductance increases thus yielding no gain.
If it is a true current source the current won't change but it will see an induced voltage hence will deliver power so no OU.
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Continuing on with the asymmetrical transformers utilizing RLE, the following is the latest results from bench testing a unique transformer configuration. 

An example is shown in the first pix.  From this we see and elongated bobbin positioned as a secondary on a single set of E cores.  Also positioned on this bobbin are two sets of identical E cores which effectively increase the inductance of the secondary over it's normal value for a given number of turns.  The asymmetry comes from the fact that the turns ratio remains the same so the respective primary to secondary voltage ratios remain the same which allows for a key element in a secondary loaded with a constant current source.

The second pix shows the schematic and details for the transformer tested.  This particular transformer had an additional six pairs of E cores added to the secondary.   

The third pix is the circuit schematic for the DUT.  L5 is the current source inductor which is preloaded with a given current from I1 along with the L2 secondary.  At the start of the cycle, S6 clamps the I1 current soupply to ground to prevent any additional energy entering L5 and L2.  Then, the L1 primary is connected to Vs the 10vdc power source via S2 and S3 and the current rises positively to a predetermined level.  After this, the L1 primary is allowed to collapse with S1 and S4 conducting the stored energy back to the VS power source.  At the start of the collapse of L1, S5 clamps the currents in L2 and L5 to ground thus "freezing" these currents for a period of time to allow comparative measurements to be taken.

In the scope shots, CH1(yel) is the "H" bridge input switching signal, Ch2(blu) is the Vs supply voltage, CH3(pnk) is the voltage across L2, and CH4(grn) is the current probe,

The first scope pix shows the Pin of L1 to be 728.7mw over 10.6us for a Uin = 7.72uJ.

The second scope pix shows the power returned by L1 to Vs to be 726.1mw over 9.56us for a Pout = 6.94uJ.  The net Uin is 7.72uJ-6.94uJ = .78uJ.

The third scope pix shows the start current to L5 to be 203.3ma and the fourth scope pix shows the finish current in L5 to be 202.0ma.  This loss in current in due to the voltage waveform seen on the secondary L2 as a near half sine wave.  This waveform appears to be produced by some magnetic means and is presently not understood.  Anyway, the loss is L5 is ((.2033^2)-(.202^2))*.0525/2 = 13.83uJ.

The fifth scope shot shows the start current in L2 to be 203.6ma and the sixth pix shows the finish current in L2 to be 207.7ma.  The gain in L2 is realized form the collapse of L1 through the leakage inductance between L1 and L2.  The gain in L2 = ((207.7^2)-(203.6^2))*.0244/2 = 20.57uJ. 

By these measurements, the COP = 20.57/(.78+13.83 = 1.41 .

Conservative power and relatively low COP but the concept may have promise.

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Continuing on with the asymmetrical transformers utilizing RLE, the following is the latest results from bench testing a unique transformer configuration. 

An example is shown in the first pix.  From this we see and elongated bobbin positioned as a secondary on a single set of E cores.  Also positioned on this bobbin are two sets of identical E cores which effectively increase the inductance of the secondary over it's normal value for a given number of turns.  The asymmetry comes from the fact that the turns ratio remains the same so the respective primary to secondary voltage ratios remain the same which allows for a key element in a secondary loaded with a constant current source.

The second pix shows the schematic and details for the transformer tested.  This particular transformer had an additional six pairs of E cores added to the secondary.   

The third pix is the circuit schematic for the DUT.  L5 is the current source inductor which is preloaded with a given current from I1 along with the L2 secondary.  At the start of the cycle, S6 clamps the I1 current soupply to ground to prevent any additional energy entering L5 and L2.  Then, the L1 primary is connected to Vs the 10vdc power source via S2 and S3 and the current rises positively to a predetermined level.  After this, the L1 primary is allowed to collapse with S1 and S4 conducting the stored energy back to the VS power source.  At the start of the collapse of L1, S5 clamps the currents in L2 and L5 to ground thus "freezing" these currents for a period of time to allow comparative measurements to be taken.

In the scope shots, CH1(yel) is the "H" bridge input switching signal, Ch2(blu) is the Vs supply voltage, CH3(pnk) is the voltage across L2, and CH4(grn) is the current probe,

The first scope pix shows the Pin of L1 to be 728.7mw over 10.6us for a Uin = 7.72uJ.

The second scope pix shows the power returned by L1 to Vs to be 726.1mw over 9.56us for a Pout = 6.94uJ.  The net Uin is 7.72uJ-6.94uJ = .78uJ.

The third scope pix shows the start current to L5 to be 203.3ma and the fourth scope pix shows the finish current in L5 to be 202.0ma.  This loss in current in due to the voltage waveform seen on the secondary L2 as a near half sine wave.  This waveform appears to be produced by some magnetic means and is presently not understood.  Anyway, the loss is L5 is ((.2033^2)-(.202^2))*.0525/2 = 13.83uJ.

The fifth scope shot shows the start current in L2 to be 203.6ma and the sixth pix shows the finish current in L2 to be 207.7ma.  The gain in L2 is realized form the collapse of L1 through the leakage inductance between L1 and L2.  The gain in L2 = ((207.7^2)-(203.6^2))*.0244/2 = 20.57uJ. 

By these measurements, the COP = 20.57/(.78+13.83 = 1.41 .

Conservative power and relatively low COP but the concept may have promise.

regards,
Pm

 

Good day PM

Very nice execution of build.  It seems a 3D printer in now becoming a necessary piece of the workbench equipment.

It looks like you used the 'Golden Mean/Ratio' for the Pri/Sec winding ratio.  Is there any particular reason for that?
Is the noted COP response frequency dependant?  I remember when it was discussed by Akula that he modified the properties of the ferrite in his devices by 'cooking' them.  I don't know if this affects magnetic delay, but it would potentially alter the crystalline lattice of the matrix altering the inductance.
I also remember that it was mentioned that his cores would breakdown/disintegrate upon long term use. But this probably applies more to magnetostriction and/or ferroresonance.
I'm really not sure if this applies to a parametric application.

take care, peace
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Good day PM

Very nice execution of build.  It seems a 3D printer in now becoming a necessary piece of the workbench equipment.

It looks like you used the 'Golden Mean/Ratio' for the Pri/Sec winding ratio.  Is there any particular reason for that?
Is the noted COP response frequency dependant?  I remember when it was discussed by Akula that he modified the properties of the ferrite in his devices by 'cooking' them.  I don't know if this affects magnetic delay, but it would potentially alter the crystalline lattice of the matrix altering the inductance.
I also remember that it was mentioned that his cores would breakdown/disintegrate upon long term use. But this probably applies more to magnetostriction and/or ferroresonance.
I'm really not sure if this applies to a parametric application.

take care, peace
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Hi lost_bro,

I find my 3D printer to be extremely valuable in my research.  Yes, sometimes it takes hours to print a complex piece but one can always do other tasks during that time and after awhile, it becomes second nature so print time is not a problem.  I've lost track of how many various bobbins I've printed.

I'd like to claim some kind of genius but no, it's totally coincidental on the primary to secondary winding ratio.

Yes, the COP is somewhat dependent on frequency but there are factors involved such as the power supply voltage and circuit timing.

I remember Alula's discussions on his baked ferrites but these are off-the-shelf parts so nothing special there.  I still don't understand why the secondary voltage rises in the slow fashion as seen.  This action is seen only in the secondary voltage and current but so far I have not been able to define it or control it.

Still a work in progress!

Regards,
Pm 
   
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This is another test of the previous asymmetrical transformer using the same schematic as before but with several changes.  The supply is now 30vdc and L5 is 144mH.  These two changes have a pronounced effect on the COP.

In the following scope pix, CH1(yel) is generator input, CH2(blu) is supply voltage, CH3(pnk) is S5, and CH4(grn) is the current probe.

Pix1-  Pin to L1 is seen to be 5.531w over a 10.1us period for an energy of 5.531*10.1e-6 = 55.86uJ. 

Pix2-  Pout is 5.365w over 8.976us for an energy level of 5.365*8.976e-6 = 48.16uJ that is returned to the Vs power supply via the discharging of L1.  The energy consumed by the input = 55.86uJ-48.16uJ = 7.7uJ.

Pix3,4-  The starting current in L5 is 194.7ma and the finish current is 193.9ma for an overall loss = (.1947^2-.1939^2)*.144/2 = 22.4uJ

Pix5,6-  The starting current in L2 is 194.7ma and the finish current is 209ma for an overall gain = (.209^2-.1947^2)*.0244/2 = 70.4uJ.

So the total energy loss = 7.7uJ+22.4uJ = 30.1uJ.  The apparent COP = 70.4/30.1 = 2.34.

Regards,
Pm

Edit: Note the onset of saturation in L1.  This seems to have a positive effect on the COP and it is only a local core saturation.  More study needed.
   
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This is another test of the previous asymmetrical transformer using the same schematic as before but with several changes.  The supply is now 30vdc and L5 is 144mH.  These two changes have a pronounced effect on the COP.

In the following scope pix, CH1(yel) is generator input, CH2(blu) is supply voltage, CH3(pnk) is S5, and CH4(grn) is the current probe.

Pix1-  Pin to L1 is seen to be 5.531w over a 10.1us period for an energy of 5.531*10.1e-6 = 55.86uJ. 

Pix2-  Pout is 5.365w over 8.976us for an energy level of 5.365*8.976e-6 = 48.16uJ that is returned to the Vs power supply via the discharging of L1.  The energy consumed by the input = 55.86uJ-48.16uJ = 7.7uJ.

Pix3,4-  The starting current in L5 is 194.7ma and the finish current is 193.9ma for an overall loss = (.1947^2-.1939^2)*.144/2 = 22.4uJ

Pix5,6-  The starting current in L2 is 194.7ma and the finish current is 209ma for an overall gain = (.209^2-.1947^2)*.0244/2 = 70.4uJ.

So the total energy loss = 7.7uJ+22.4uJ = 30.1uJ.  The apparent COP = 70.4/30.1 = 2.34.

Regards,
Pm

Edit: Note the onset of saturation in L1.  This seems to have a positive effect on the COP and it is only a local core saturation.  More study needed.

Good day PM

Very significant find indeed.  That is part of the M.O. as described by Osamu Ide observed during his experiments with '3rd EMF' concept dating back a number of years. It seems Osamu Ide's first experiments in the early 70's were based on Edwin Gray's motor (mechanical rotation) and then progressed to S.S. xfmrs.  I remember he drove the transformer to the onset of saturation to get the effect. 

"The 3rd EMF seems to be induced when the time rate-of-change of the inductance is very short and a function of second order time differential of inductance. (2)(10)(11) "
 
I have attached Patent#8873262 (O. Ide) where is stated:

"That is, the pulse width of the secondary output voltage is
changed by adjusting T1 and T2 which are on-time of the
switches SW1 and SW2 in FIG. 8, thereby adjusting an effective
output voltage. Thus, if the input current of transformer 1
is within the range of increasing in proportion to the time T1,
T2 and the magnetic field of transformer 1 is within the range
of saturation
, the longer the time T1, T2 (that is, the higher the
duty),  the  greater  the  effective  value  of output  voltage
becomes. "

and from: Experimental verification and theoretical explanation of the Osamu Ide experiment

"In a series of papers Osamu Ide has experimentally shown that by
applying an electric pulse on a transformer, a current appears that does
not have a counterpart in classical electrodynamics. This behaviour has
been veried by own experiments. There is a short pulse of about 2 ┬Ás
and an onset of current, which is signicantly larger than the current to
be expected from the circuit according to ordinary circuit theory. This
non-classical behaviour can be explained by a model based on Einstein-
Cartan-Evans (ECE) theory which incorporates elements of general rel-
ativity. From this model, a dierential equation for the vector potential
emerges which depends on the so-called spin connection, a phenomenon of
spacetime structure. By using a parametrized model for the spin connec-
tion, the experimental curves for the on-set of current can be explained
very well. This might be a mechanism of energy transfer from the non-
empty vacuum."

In one of his papers regarding the type of core used, I remember that 'Permalloy' was mentioned, probably due to its charactaristic square hysteresis curve which would facilitate the required 'saturation effect'.  This was probably due the exaggerated non-linear response gained once entering that onset of saturation(think magamp).  Or maybe cycling a mini-hysteresis curve at the exact point of the 'onset of saturation' could promote the 'flipping' or precession of dipoles.  Of course this line of thought returns to Akula's 'baked'/heat treated ferrite which if done correctly could affect the curie point and modify said charactaristics of the matrix perhaps making the 'treated' ferrite more susceptible towards saturation and/or alignment of dipoles. Possibly the heat treatment of Akula's cores could explain their eventual fracturing/disintegration after constant running.

take care, peace
lost_bro
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