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Jim Mac's Figuera Thread
#31
Load test part 1

Note, these tests did not use the optimal resistance load for the system.  I used the same 8Ω resistor for these tests to see the trend.


Test #1-  1 transformer output for a baseline..  
               Input-  10V @ .03 Amps
               Output-  8Ω at .058 Amp = .027 watts
               Efficiency=  9%


Test #2-  2 transformers output in Series  
               Input-  10V @ .023 Amps
               Output-  8Ω at .043 Amp = .0148 watts
               Efficiency=  6.39%


Test #3-  2 transformers output in Parallel 
               Input-  10V @ .025 Amps
               Output-  8Ω at .083 Amp =  .055 watts
               Efficiency=  22%

Notice the output of 2 transformers with the outputs in parallel requires less input power than 1 transformer but the power to the resistor more than doubled.

Now the question is can this be repeated with more output transformers in parallel.
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#32
According to how I see it,  

1 X-former gave me 9% efficiency with load.
2 X-formers gave me 22% efficiency with load.

So considering that the system needs a little power to excite the fields, I would say each added transformer should add approximately 11-12% more efficiency.  So I am going straight to 10 transformer output..  This should give a conclusive answer if I am on the right track..  

Hopefully results be in by tonight!
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#33
this work you are doing is very interesting. thank you for sharing.
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#34
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(12-30-2023, 08:12 PM)ks6000 Wrote: this work you are doing is very interesting. thank you for sharing.

Thanks K6,  stick around, I got more up my sleeve. lol  Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.


Ok so I installed all 10 output transformers in series and have some results and a direction where to go next..

Adding the 2nd causes the input to drop a bit from the added resistance in the output circuit.  Adding 3 causes more drop of input, etc etc etc.  By the time all 10 are hooked up in series, my input is so miserably low that it is too low to perform good.  I'm talking it got so low that the 2 primary transformers *hooked up parallel in the source* were pulling 0.012 amps at 10V input with the output string so long..

So as the input starts going down, so does the the amount of gain per transformer.  

Be that as it may,  it did grow to 56% efficiency from 22%..  And the input went DOWN DOWN DOWN instead of up..

So my next step is to parallel the output transformers instead of series connecting them.  This should keep lowering the resistance of the output circuit as I add them, so the input won't go down into the dungeon..  The goal is to keep that output resistance as close to Zero Ohms as possible.  

   
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#35
I am definitely circling the target..  I just switched the main transformers so I am feeding the low ohm side of the transformer and I see exactly what I am looking for..

First let me reference the original Figuera patent..

"Here what it is constantly changing is the intensity of the excitatory current which drives the electromagnets and this is accomplished using a resistance, through which circulates a proper current,"

I noticed this also on my past Back-EMF separation work using a choke.  The magic only happens when we are able to send a "Proper Current" through the inductor.  Only then can I create Back-EMF which has an amplitude that well-exceeds the input voltage, and real current flows back to the source.. 

This setup does this when harvesting a load...  When I take power from the secondary, it can create Back-EMF that exceeds the source's voltage...  But there is a window where this effect will work within, and we must stay within that window..

This is what happens in a generator where there is a rotating coil..  Part of the cycle the rotor draws power while inducing, the other part of the cycle, it returns energy..  

You can watch the effects in this video..  When I draw a load, Back-EMF is created that flows back to the source, and actually raises the input voltage higher than what the source is sending out..  Similar to what you would see if you hooked a charger up to a battery..  The charger is outputting a higher voltage than the battery, so the batteries voltage raises.  But in this case, the Back-EMF charges the battery.  



This is absolutely excellent that this is doing that...  I have only been able to create this effect with a single coil, and as soon as I load the secondary, the Back-EMF stops..  But this setup reverses it and it only happens WHEN we take a load from the secondary..
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#36
Jim, have you tried not to load the secondary ? I mean, from secondary you can use only 1 wire with 2 diodes to power the load.
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#37
¿Qué es una corriente adecuada? se refiere en términos de intensidad, frecuencia o voltaje, Figuera no aclara y lo deja en la incógnita, pero si se refiere al efecto de una corriente que pasa por un campo magnético, esto ya se ha probado en analógico y se establece un cambio de potencial. en un mismo conductor con potencial positivo, este potencial se vuelve negativo respecto a él, y al final de su recorrido por el campo magnético, es decir, la corriente que atraviesa el campo magnético es la que aumenta a lo largo del recorrido desde que entra. hasta que abandona el campo magnético. !!! Feliz año nuevo !!!
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#38
Here is the circuit with 5 output transformers.

4 of the transformers secondary's are shorted.  Representing 0 ohm loads.

Output of 1 transformer lights a 120V bulb OK.  

Input= 4 Watts
Output to 1 bulb = 2.46 watts

But this is the output from only 1 transformer.  I have 4 more transformer outputs that can be used..



Now all 5 transformer outputs must used.  If 1 is opened, almost all output power vanishes.    

I need to figure out the output circuit now..  How to use the full power potential of each transformer..  Instead of shorting the outputs, how to harness that power effectively..
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#39
great work.
if you are interested, i have tesla patent "transmission of power, the multiphase/polyphase system"
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#40
NASA (my employer) has some data you might want to become familiar with to supplement your research.

Interview:
https://youtu.be/WhsKMWOYuYo?si=YmLUoFEhbQoVR6lU


Patent:
https://patents.google.com/patent/WO2020159603A2/en
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