# Flux Capacitor Circuit Diagram

Discussion in 'Architecture & Engineering' started by Layman, Nov 25, 2014.

1. ### LaymanTotally Internally ReflectedValued Senior Member

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5. ### leopoldValued Senior Member

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i surmised you managed to simulate it.
most (well, some) circuits can go from simulation to breadboard.
while others require special construction technics.
low noise amps, high amplification factors, and high voltage circuits require special technics to get them to operate correctly.

carry on layman, an inquisitive mind is the first step to real knowledge

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7. ### LaymanTotally Internally ReflectedValued Senior Member

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Thanks, I have toyed around with this idea in the past. I just found out about the circuit simulator, and I was shocked that I got it to operate like I thought it could in the simulation. I noticed that I have the maximum output of the op-amp set to 1MV. Then the maximum voltage it could create out of the voltage doubler would then be 2MV. Then when I try to set the op-amp to a higher maximum voltage the simulator really starts to lag out in it's calculations.

8. ### LaymanTotally Internally ReflectedValued Senior Member

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Basically, all I did was protect the AC source from a resonance circuit, and then I put a voltage regulator on it to prevent it from resonating normally. Then I put a ac to dc converter on it that acts like a doubler and storage capacitor. The operation of the flux capacitor would be where these three basic circuits would meet where the resonance is just being managed.

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9. ### leopoldValued Senior Member

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what kind of simulator are you using?
for example, do you know what kind of DC the simulator generates when you tell it the supply is 12V DC?
this is important to know.
is it a flat horizontal line?
this is something that you will hardly ever get in the real world.
if you are actually interested in this stuff then you need a better simulator and you need a little background on the various electronic components and how and why they operate the way they do.

another example would be the 1 MV you mentioned earlier.
have any idea the isolation protocols needed to build such a circuit?

10. ### LaymanTotally Internally ReflectedValued Senior Member

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I was just using the java circuit simulator on the link I provided that shows the circuit I made. You have to right click at the top of the page to run the ap. I set up my internet to allow it to run when I bring up the page. May have to download the java simulator.

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The positive and negative is just needed to operate the improved push pull follower. I started with it, because I noticed that AC tied to a resonator will change the AC of the circuit. Then the improved push pull follower allows for a constant AC signal to be applied that won't be altered by the circuit connected to it's output.

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12. ### LaymanTotally Internally ReflectedValued Senior Member

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Then the resonator could have constructive and destructive interference, so I added the voltage regulator to reduce the destructive interference. A normal resonator would create a signal that is a pulse like wave that is so rapid that the pulses make the shape of a signal wave. Then the voltage regulator eliminates that pulse, so the electrons would be able to flow back and forth at the same rate.

13. ### LaymanTotally Internally ReflectedValued Senior Member

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Is this just not troll-able type of material or what? You guys are starting to scare me. Should I start filing missing person reports or what?

14. ### originTrump is the best argument against a democracy.Valued Senior Member

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Actually some things are just so over the top stupid that they are not even worthy of comment.

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15. ### sideshowbobSorry, wrong number.Valued Senior Member

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I think it's worthwhile commenting that Back to the Future came out so long ago that people didn't know how to pronounce "giga".

16. ### KittamaruNow nearly 40 pounds lighter.Staff Member

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I... should not be looking at this at nearly one in the morning... my brain can't process this... nor can it recall my electrical engineering courses enough at this time to understand what I am looking at XD

17. ### billvonValued Senior Member

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Nope. Going to have to do better than that.

18. ### LaymanTotally Internally ReflectedValued Senior Member

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In that case, I have improved on the design to get it to run more effectively with output voltage of the op-amp. I was trying to change the values of the capacitors in the voltage regulator when the simulator seemed to stop allowing me to select the export link to copy it. I thought lowering the values of the regulator would increase the performance, but some changes to the values result in no convergence, like a lot of minor changes that could be made to the circuit.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DeLorean_time_machine

"The power required is pronounced in the film as one point twenty-one "jigowatts".[1] While the closed-captioning in home video versions spells the word as it appears in the script, jigowatt,[4] the actual spelling matches the standard prefix and the term for power of "one billion watts": gigawatt. Though obscure, the "j" sound at the beginning of the SI prefix giga- is an acceptable pronunciation for "gigawatt."[5][6] In the DVD commentary for Back to the Future, Bob Gale states that he had thought it was pronounced this way because this was how a scientific advisor that he had for the film pronounced it.[7]"

Now I am not even sure how your supposed to pronounce gigawatt. It seemed like it sounded like it was said with a "g" when I heard it.

22. ### leopoldValued Senior Member

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i wouldn't necessarily call it stupid, but it does seem layman is, well, inexperienced.

a word of caution layman, anything over 40 volts or so can ruin your day.

23. ### LaymanTotally Internally ReflectedValued Senior Member

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So I take it you have experience in developing power systems for Delorean time machines? Any pointers you could give me?

I have been working on trying to invent something like this, but it does seem disturbing on how much power something like this could put out. That would make it very dangerous to develop. Frankly, I cannot think of anything that it could be used for, and free energy devices are not patent-able in the U.S. I was thinking about maybe making something up that would make it sound like it was not free energy. I thought maybe you guys could help me in that area. I was thinking about saying it is something more along the lines of just an intensifier, and there is no such thing as an intensifier circuit that has been invented yet.