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yfree:
Video 1 was run directly off battery. It is just basic battery physics, one cannot hide this. Please see posts #3303 and #3380. Video 2 has controversial wires X going somewhere.
Video 3 does not show the whole device. Watch it again and again. The camera points downwards, sideways but never high enough to show the top of one of the threaded rods.
These are just basic facts. This does not mean that experiments should be stopped, or that Muller motor is not capable of OU.

Best regards,

yfree

plengo:
I just created a new coil on the same bobbin and this time I split the 7 strands into 2 groups.

Group one is I1, I2, I3 strands. (I for input).
Group two is I4, I5, I6, I7. So input has 2 entries.

Output is also grouped the same:

Group one O1, O2, O3 strands (O for output).
Group two O4, I5, I6, I7. So output has 2 outputs.

The whole coil now has group I1, I2, I3 connected together and I4, I5, I6, I7 connected together.
Output has group O1, O2, O3 connected together and O4, O5, O6, O7 connected together.

So now I connected O1, O2, O3 to Input I4, I5, I6, I7. Coil will have as its input I1, I2, I3 and output O4, O5, O6, O7.

In effect making this coil a bifilar. Total resistance is about 11.66 ohms and inductance without magnets and core about 2.59mh and capacitance around 16.30uf.

I thinks this is very interesting. I made two coils and I will put them on my motor and test them as generators.

Fausto.

lota:
Hi,
i have bifilar coils as driver. Generator is a kegelcoil  with 0,8mm Cu. I have 1000V with this setup. If the motor is stand by, he is oscillating with 10khz. I have then 400v output. Is verry intesting. No OU.
My english is bad. Sorry.

Lota

maw2432:

--- Quote from: plengo on July 02, 2011, 07:24:41 PM ---I just created a new coil on the same bobbin and this time I split the 7 strands into 2 groups.

Group one is I1, I2, I3 strands. (I for input).
Group two is I4, I5, I6, I7. So input has 2 entries.

Output is also grouped the same:

Group one O1, O2, O3 strands (O for output).
Group two O4, I5, I6, I7. So output has 2 outputs.

The whole coil now has group I1, I2, I3 connected together and I4, I5, I6, I6 connected together.
Output has group O1, O2, O3 connected together and O4, O5, O6, O7 connected together.

So now I connected O1, O2, O3 to Input I4, I5, I6, I6. Coil will have as its input I1, I2, I3 and output O4, O5, O6, O7.

In effect making this coil a bifilar. Total resistance is about 11.66 ohms and inductance without magnets and core about 2.59mh and capacitance around 16.30uf.

I thinks this is very interesting. I made two coils and I will put them on my motor and test them as generators.

Fausto.

--- End quote ---

Fausto,  nice to see some measurements.   How many turns of wire on your bobbin?  Is this the 7 stand wire from Surplus-Electronics-Sales in US?

I will also test. 

Bill

Artist_Guy:

--- Quote from: plengo on July 02, 2011, 07:24:41 PM ---I just created a new coil on the same bobbin and this time I split the 7 strands into 2 groups.

Group one is I1, I2, I3 strands. (I for input).
Group two is I4, I5, I6, I7. So input has 2 entries.

Output is also grouped the same:

Group one O1, O2, O3 strands (O for output).
Group two O4, I5, I6, I7. So output has 2 outputs.

The whole coil now has group I1, I2, I3 connected together and I4, I5, I6, I7 connected together.
Output has group O1, O2, O3 connected together and O4, O5, O6, O7 connected together.

So now I connected O1, O2, O3 to Input I4, I5, I6, I7. Coil will have as its input I1, I2, I3 and output O4, O5, O6, O7. (snipped)

--- End quote ---

For x.filar coil testing what might be a handy setup for quick changes for experimentalists would be to create a mini breadboard or jumper type pcb where one can solder just once the 7 wires respectively to a 7 contact pad set which a 7 pin header (x 2) then such coil wire ends can repeatedly be connected or unconnected to others without loss or strain on the Litz. Sort of a jumper system, similar to a modular synth, mini sized.

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