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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    Robert Ellefson, I'm glad it's all sorted out!

    To give you folks with electrical engineering background (and not only) a bit more insight to my thoughts, I want to highlight a very important characteristic on the waveforms, which is further argument that…
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  • Tibi.fusion reacted with Thanks to Robert Ellefson’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    Thank you for your clarifying comments. I see now that in my initial; reading I misinterpreted what you wrote, including logical inversions and mistaking queries for assertions. My apologies for the ill-considered and brusque manner of my initial…
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  • Tibi.fusion reacted with Like to Frogfall’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    The silence isn't baffling - some of us are just busy.
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  • Tibi.fusion reacted with Haha to Frogfall’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    Tread with care, Tibi.fusion - remember Mr Frischberg...

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  • Tibi.fusion reacted with Thanks to LDM’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    I am relative busy trying to help somebody with preparing/doing/commenting on his replication attempts.
    As a result I have not been following this thread in detail, so have currently no comments on your signals.
    That said, if your simulation is a good…
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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    Thanks! You are right, an analysis is not trivial and there is not exhaustive information in one post or document, and the casual reader needs to go back and search a few posts to put all together.

    It crossed my mind to make a video reply to Dr. Egely,…
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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    I'm confused. I hope nobody mistakes a LTSpice circuit simulation to a plasma-physics simulation, especially if it is already stated what it is, what the intention is and the files are provided with a brief interpretation...

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    This is a reiteration of…
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  • Tibi.fusion reacted with Thanks to Stevenson’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    Tibi.fusion, it takes some time and effort to study all the material you posted. Also, some information are missing from your more recent description and they are scattered all over the thread, so it is not so easy to reconstruct all the details. I…
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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    The silence is baffling... (considering this "independent third-party replication evidence" is available of a claimed direct electrical energy fusion device.)
    LDM, Stevenson, you folks had sharp critical eyes on previous waveforms. Can I ask what would…
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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    I've made some dedicated captures for easy comparison:

    1.Relaxation oscillator period, "saw-tooth"-like waveform, capacitor voltage:
    1.a. From Egely's ICCF24 presentation, AKA "Cathode-voltage":

    1.b. Tibi's replication attempt:


    2. "Wolf-teeth"-like burst of…
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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    I keep wondering:
    1. water being in the presence of porous oxide structure while developing the layer as per Alan's hint of mild KOH boiling solution dip or
    2. boiling water being used to seal the pores of anodization layer via electrolysis in acid

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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    Sure! I've grabbed some pics today:

    -the bench overall:


    -bench-top:


    -electrolysis close-up:


    -cell:


    - schematic:


    - ze sparkz:
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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    Update:
    Just a quick test!

    As I only needed to connect everything up, since my not so busy workday allowed me, I said what the heck, let's do some preliminary run to extract some lessons-learned.
    I pulled together all my knowledge through reading and said…
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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    Thanks for the tip. Sounds like an outdoor adventure that I shall add to my wish-list. Having on-face experience with 35 times more concentrated KOH solution, I'll consider my risks.
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  • Tibi.fusion reacted with Thanks to Alan Smith’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    If you are making your own aluminium electrodes, I have an 'at your own risk' suggestion as to how. Make some weak potassium hydroxide solution - 0.1M or less. Bring to the boil and just dip a piece of Al in (Briefly) it will turn a dirty grey colour.…
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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    Apologies, before 70kOhm load resistor was used, lately it has been reduced to 1.6kOhm.

    source: youtube.com/watch?v=SJWLDybJ6zA

    Higher current peak promotes CP formation, right? High peak currents can be obtained using higher voltages or lower…
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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    Given the frequently mentioned 2kV nominal voltages involved, I'd expect that capacitor visible under the hand to be 3kV+ rated; and given the small size of it, even if it is ~1nF or 100pF, I suspect the dielectric is the more common class 2 X7R. On…
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  • Tibi.fusion reacted with Thanks to Alan Smith’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

    This is an Egely device - picture I took in his lab around a year ago. Does this help?

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  • Tibi.fusion replied to the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    Very true, if there is a non-linear characteristic (I'd expect some due to radiation, convection) curve or the heat capacities are different (i.e. different size resistors, thermometers, etc).

    In the same video (LENR Tutorial 2 - Dr George Egely),…
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  • Tibi.fusion reacted with Like to Frogfall’s post in the thread George Egely's Magic Wand.

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    The temperatures are not directly proportional to the power flow at each stage. Each thermometer temperature has to be compared against its individual resistor calibration curve to obtain a power.


    The above Sankey diagram is what is being measured…
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