Alternative Energy Experiments and Resources
-- GaryHammond --
Because my college education was in Agricultural Mechanization, with some physics and EE courses thrown in, I'm mostly a "mechanical gear head". But I have also dabbled with simple, mostly analog, electronic/electrical circuits and projects over the years. I was astounded to somewhat recently learn about Nikola Tesla's discoveries that have been suppressed since their inception. So I decided to check out for myself many of the present day claims and so-called "replications" of Tesla's work. That's when I found John Bedini's work and web site, as well as several other related sources.
I've replicated the SSG as presented in "Bedini SG - The Complete Handbook Series" from emediapress, which can be obtained from a link lower on this page. I have managed to achieve a 1.25 electrical recovery coefficient of performance with it, not counting the mechanical work done. It has been a great learning tool, and led me to attend a couple of the "Energy Science and Technology Conferences" in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. There I was able to personally meet John Bedini and other people who presented talks and demonstrations of several different, related technologies.
Two of the presenters at those conferences were Jim Murray and Paul Babcock, both of whom have constructed low Lenz motors and generators. These devices also recover and recycle a high percentage of the electricity used in them. They are now working on a device which resonates true watts (not VAR's) back and forth between a source and a storage device delivering power both ways, for a demonstrated 50 to 1 power gain. A video of their presentation entitled "The Secret Of Tesla's Power Magnification" is also available from emediapress by clicking the appropriate link lower on the page.
Both of these resources are a good place to start learning about this technology.
My Bedini SSG
After initial testing and setting the air gap last night the charge battery was completely charged and the primary batteries were down a little, so I took 1 AH (one amp for one hour) out of the charge battery and put the primaries on the 1AU charger overnight.
This morning the primaries were sitting at 13.08 volts and the charge battery was sitting at 12.58 volts. I hooked up the SSG in generator mode while logging the charge on my CBA III analyzer. The current draw on the primaries according to my analog ammeter was 1.6 amps for 29 minutes. The run voltage on the primaries started at 12.54 volts under load and only dropped to 12.52 volts during the run. The charge battery went to 16.0 volts, fully recharged in that 29 minutes.
One hour after the end of the run, the primaries had recovered to a standing voltage of 12.87 and the charge battery was resting at 12.81 volts. (This particular charge battery always sits a little lower than the primaries when fully charged.)
So 1 AH drawn from the charge battery, and it was then recharged by .8 AH from the primaries. That's a COP of 1.25 electrical, and doesn't even include the energy used by the wheel and two fans!!
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