Sine Wave Generator Possibilities
Here is a site that offers code for a single chip microprocessor that will generate a sine wave:
Will it generate signals to drive both IGBT transistors in our circuit?
Osmo Laaksonen states that he has some experience of Arduino. Maybe he could find a source of such
a chip that can drive two IGBT transistors.
Question posted to this forum:
We need to drive a half-bridge circuit so I need a PWM signal for the first transistor while the sine
wave is positive and a second PWM signal for the second transistor when I want to drive the sine wave
We must also have the ability to change the amplitude of the resultant sine wave by varying the pulse
widths delivered to the IGBT transistors.
Here is an eight-bit set of values that will generate an approximate sine wave:
It needs to be modified to 16 bits perhaps so as to give ourselves the ability to modulate the output
according to the amount of heat requested by the main processor.
Plasmoid Vortex Reactors
axil: May 18, 2016
This reference is a spark based system that is gainful. It produces a ton of x-rays but also good heat.
The intensity of the x-rays decrease as detection distance from the spark increases.
This might mean that the cause of the LENR reaction is traveling inside the plasma flow. If the LENR
cause can be protected from the magnetic fields produced by the spark, then less x-rays and more heat
will result. If the spark can be magnetically shielded with a faraday cage close to the spark and still let
the cause of LENR through the shield's porous structure, may be more heat will be generated and less
Try covering the spark in a nickel foam to shield the LENR reaction from the spark.