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Q&A Practical build log generator Figuera
#31
Hi Escumo

This invention is hard nut to crack

But I fully agree with your thinking - it is self powered electrical transformer.

My opinion about it is that first we need to achieve good field from the primary coils
I’m currently working on this
I’m trying different materials for the cores
This takes time

Second is commutator with secondary's winding 
Most of attempts to replicate Figuera concentrate on simple commutator
This is where they make mistake
Figuera commutator has two fundamental functions
One is distribute energy from secondary’s to primary’s and rectify AC to DC
This has to happen on one shaft

Just think why Figuera had contacts 16 -1 and 8-9 joined?
That is where maximum energy goes into the primary coil from the secondary coil -it is the highest point on sinus curves 
Between 4-5 and 12-13 positions of commutator there is no energy going to the coils that is the time when AC goes via 0 and reversing polarity on the commutator

What this means for us is that resistors are used only to start the device from the battery and then when secondary take over and  this resistance is disconnected
Figuera device is self-powered and as such it works as a transformer

That is my understanding of it

   








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#32
Hello All
I have  conducted experiments with primary and secondary output and I’m getting there
Voltage on secondary was perfect with no load but with load of 3A it drop below requirement of primary 
I must wind new secondary with more turns
   

This is no load blue is secondary output 

   

This is with 3A load on secondary With RMS AC 51V

interesting is that primary also drop voltages due load

Lasco

And this is my testing rig

   


Lasco

Discrepancy between primary and secondary needs to be fine tuned It is obvious that secondary with 20 ohm load is not able to deliver adequate voltage
One more thing
First time I can hear making trumping of magnetic fields to push and pull via secondary
It is magic sound
I’m imagining this seven times louder it is just excellent
I had to build wooden frame to keep all coils in alignment and in the right position
If you don’t want to primaries to push itself away from each other
Or even worse quickly spinning out of position and hitting each other
Coil is near 20kg each , you probably understand…….


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#33
Good morning, Lasco. Thank you very much for sharing your experiences with Figuera.
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#34
Hi all

Highly recomend to use variac with bridge rectifier connected 
Following way
   

Where ps1 , ps2 are battery’s 

It help to eliminate back emf and voltage is irrelevant current needs to be controlled by resistor 
To protect battery it needs to be inserted diode in series with power supply 

This way you can see half of ac on one coil and other half on second coil ( Coils N and S )

I have simply short circuit AC on the bridge rectifier and used plus output as driver for one primary and minus for second primary 
Other wire from ac is common for coils

Please try this - it will assist you in getting some ideas about Figuera devices 

Laco

Please ask if in doubt
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#35
(06-04-2024, 07:25 PM)Lasco Wrote: Hi all

Highly recomend to use variac with bridge rectifier connected 
Following way


Where ps1 , ps2 are battery’s 

It help to eliminate back emf and voltage is irrelevant current needs to be controlled by resistor 
To protect battery it needs to be inserted diode in series with power supply 

This way you can see half of ac on one coil and other half on second coil ( Coils N and S )

I have simply short circuit AC on the bridge rectifier and used plus output as driver for one primary and minus for second primary 
Other wire from ac is common for coils

Please try this - it will assist you in getting some ideas about Figuera devices 

Laco

Please ask if in doubt

Excellent info brother.  I hope others absorb this.

I was biasing AC with a DC in many experiments. I succeeded in parallel circuit off variac, 1 side feeds transformer to isolate. Rectify off transformer and smooth with capacitor. Then using that isolated DC from the variac to bias the other parallel leg off the same variac.  It is possible to use variac only and do it that way also.

When people realize falling AC wave is now happening when supply is on opposite polarity than usual, they may understand now the reciprocal induction changes direction and effects of input power can manifest.
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#36
Hello Jim

Would be possible for you to make this experiment on video?
You are so good with it
That will definitely help others to see the light 
I will do some simple drawings and some picture to assist you 
I’m not as that fluent with social media 


Lasco
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#37
(06-04-2024, 10:01 PM)Lasco Wrote: Hello Jim

Would be possible for you to make this experiment on video?
You are so good with it
That will definitely help others to see the light 
I will do some simple drawings and some picture to assist you 
I’m not as that fluent with social media 


Lasco

Sure- easy and done..  But I did it the easy way...

AC and DC in series makes a biased sinewave.  As long as the AC and DC are isolated.



it can also be done with just the variac alone- if you isolate out a circuit and make it DC, then series it.
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#38
Thank you Jim
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#39
Would you like to try this?

   

This is easiest to test Figuera generator without commutator 
AC is spliced to two half’s fed independently to the coils 
To prevent back emf  it is required offset signals with DC
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#40
Creo es lo más parecido a un Figuera en su época


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