Quartz Sand Reactor

7 - 11 - 2011  c_s_s_p group
Converts Vibrational Energy and AC to DC Electricity

Copper Parts

Photo is showing the basic components of the Reactor.
Design was presented to the public by Thomas Trawoeger and modified by David Lowrance to fit parts available in the US.
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Large Copper Tube 1-1/4 inch dia by 29 cm long     Small Copper Tube  1/2 inch by 36 cm long  
2 each adapters, one is cut down for ~1/4 " overlap, the other is left long for tunning and adjustment.
At top is shown my SS wire cut to vibrate up Quartz Crystal for testing sand types, and setting alignment locations of the copper holes and fittings.
Crystal lengths can be found in the Matrix Document on the Magnetism site.
To the right a small sphere of rose quartz to keep me vibrating in sync as I assemble the unit, inside a Quartz active field.



Coil

Two Quartz resonant nodes were located on the 1/2 inch copper tube near the ends, measured ~ 1.610" from each end, and the holes were drilled right on them.
Lower adapter, to the right, was cut down and then soldered onto the tube before the wire was placed.
I found that 14 gage solid copper wire 600 volt insulation, will give 104 turns between the two holes.
The weak point of the system is where the wire goes through the hole in the inner tube.
[Next time I will seal the hole with hot glue and possibly add one layer of heat shrink over that point in the wire.]


Asembly

Showing the unit partially assembled and ready for Quartz Sand pouring process.
I decided to solder the lower joint on the large copper tube also, with the upper end cap in place to hold the inside tube in alignment.
This caused a short in the wire at the bottom where it goes through the hole in the inner tube.
A nice layer of HV Corona Dope was able to remedy the situation.
Bottom wire and small tube are sealed with hot glue to keep moisture out.



Top View

Photo shows the gap width of the Crystal Sand chamber. The wire takes up about 1/3 of the gap, the rest will be filled with sand.


Transmitter

Photo shows the transmitter I used to energize the coil and tubes while filling the sand chamber. Built in SWR and power meters.
Coax sheath [ground] was run to the top of the outer copper tube, inner hot wire goes to the bottom wire from the coil inside the Reactor unit.
Transmitter was found to load 20 watts into the unit only on the upper frequency range, 28.765 Mhz, and would not load power down at 26 Mhz.
SWR was awefull, so unit is only keyed during filling process. 


Sand

Ben Franklin Dime store sand was used for the first run. On the left dessert sand also showed a high vibrational response to the SS wire test, but had much larger sized chunks in it.



Sand Treatment

Sand was heated in the oven for 40 minutes at 170 degrees to ensure it was hot and dry before filling the chamber.
A funnel was constructed using special insulating paper with a heavy wax coating to avoid shorting out the unit while filling it.



Hot Glue Seal

Sand was filled to just under the top of the large tube, and then filled with a hot glue to keep it from shifting if the tubes are moved around.
Avoid compressing the sand, so the crystals will maintain their electrical alignment.
Top adapter was then slowly screwed down until a resonance vibration came up on the sand. It now vibrates up as one large crystal would.
A very active vibrational field within about 2 to 3 inches of the unit.
Top wire and tube is sealed with hot glue, which seems to be a very good dielectric.
This will keep the sand from absorbing any moisture.


Final Unit

Finished Reactor is ready for EM testing.


EM Test


A VOM is placed between the lower coil wire and the outer case of the unit. The VOM is switched to continuity test quickly to pulse the system with a DC pulse,
 then quickly switched back to DC volts to watch for the trailing DC voltage this transient produces.
I was pleased to see voltages from 5 to 15 volts appear and then slowly decay during this test, indicating I had gotten a good alignment of the crystals.


Scalar Canceling Coil and Experimental Base

PVC Base and Coil Form

Messing with 1-1/2 inch diameter PVC I cyphered a way to mount the Reactor inside the Scalar canceling coil,
and provide a stable structure for experiment on the unit. On the right a cradle was crafted by cutting down 3/4" adapters
and gluing them inside a coupling. This will take the weight of the Reactor with the 1/2" copper dropping down through the center hole.
Holes were drilled top and bottom on opposing sides to allow the Reactors blue wires an exit. The lower PVC length came out to 7"
from the geometry calculations below. The upper one was about 15" as I recall, and can be capped for outside use if desired.
The threaded adapter spacer was glued into the bottom of the coupling with about 1/4" thickness added.
The small 3/4" fitting was then screwed down into it.



Layout

The Reactor [right] center of the coil, is set on a 60 degree pyramid with 50 cm sides to find the correct height.
This will set it off the ground, to the center point of a 1 meter pyramid.
Now the three positions of the coil are transfered to the PVC stand.
Marked with black pen, are the top center and bottom of the coil to be placed on the PVC.


Assembly

Left - the outer coil is wound the same direction as the inner coil was wound with the same number of turns minus 1/2, and the same wire gage.
I used 55 feet of white # 14 solid copper wire for this. My hot glue streamers running down it, were found to be an easier way to secure it then using electrical tape.
Middle - the Reactor is placed down into the coil stand, I used a fish wire to align the bottom wire of the reactor with the lower hole in the PVC tube.
I also wrapped some more electrical tape on the upper end of the reactor to make a perfect fit into the PVC.
Right - the finished unit, ready to be wired to a circuit. 

Vibrational Notes

1*** As I have taken great care to resonate up many parts as they went together, where possible: With the unit assembled, and standing on the table, ***
I can move it around slightly, and within a few cm locate an earth resonant node position that causes the unit to vibrate up strongly.
I do not yet have any clue if this will assist EM output power, or if a pyramid will be necessary for results. The unit however is Earth Grid Reactive.

2*** Now as you would expect, if the two coils are connected together at top and bottom of the unit, ***
they create magnetic aiding fields, which are opposing in magnetic polarity.
A scalar canceling vibrational energy comes up which is quite strong to feel in the head.
This is exactly what you would get from a scalar coil on a large quartz crystal.
The field raised from this shorting of the EM transient energy creates a large T field bubble around the tube.
The crystals align the E field concentrically on this T field vibrational arrangement. The result is felt as a hot or warm sensation.

Wire Wind Direction

3*** View the coil as you are the electron in motion moving through it, eyes forwards. The coils used above in the reactor are both wound CCW. ***
The scalar canceling Capacitor will be wound opposite of this, CW.

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