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The Beneficial Behavior of Batteries in the Bedini Circuit

Oct. 11, 2004

Dear ,

Thank you for your email and your interest in new possibilities.

Actually, I'm not "saying" anything. I assume your question is prompted

by Sterling Allan's interesting web page and my comments on it.

A great many variables contribute

to the "charging efficiency" of the various battery chemistries. The

greatest LOSS mechanisms in the lead based battery during the recharge

process are 1) HEAT production, and 2) Hydrogen production. This is

true for both gel electrolyte and flooded cell designs. Both of these

losses are greatly reduced when the battery is charged with "radiant

energy".

But beyond this, other benefits to the battery routinely accrue. The

most noticeable is the re-absorbtion of sulfate crystals and the

extremely fine replating of the active material on the positive plate.

After a number of discharge/charge cycles, the plates in the battery

revert to a "like new" condition and the total surface area on the

positive plate actually increases. This produces extended run-times

during subsequent discharge cycles.

All of these benefits, while remarkable, fall within a reasonably

"normal" range of behavior. But there is more. There seems to be

another effect that builds up in the battery and is most noticeable when

the battery is constantly cycled (charged and discharged daily). What

happens is that the battery simply recharges in less time without

increasing the charging rate. This effect "accumulates" in the battery,

but also "dissipates" when the battery is left unused. I don't claim to

fully understand what this is, I am simply reporting what I have seen.

When all of these efficiencies and new phenomena are added up,

remarkable things can happen.

I hope this helps you overcome your "in the box" mental block and

encourages you to run the experiment for yourself. It's the only way

you will know for sure.

Good luck,

Peter Lindemann, DSc

About Peter
Image:Peter A Lindemann 100.jpg

Directory:Peter Lindemann - one of the world's foremost experts on explaining how radiant energy works. He is a foremost spokesman for Tesla's radiant energy, as well as the follow-up work by EV Gray and Moray.

See also

Directory:Bedini SG:Battery Characteristics - Ramifications for Bedini SG project.

Directory:Bedini SG:Replications:PES:Sterling Allan:Lindemann Coaching - Suggestions about the Bedini "School Girl" (simplified) replication and experiment.

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