BTG research

  • Last Post 04 May 2024
Vidura posted this 03 August 2022

Hello Friends, I will import this thread; from the backup forum to the public category ,it is dedicated to the BTG devices like the ones shown by Ruslan and Akula. The Goal is to gain knowledge about the involved principals, and hopefully to achieve a working, self-feeding machine. Regarding the tier2 category , I want you to know that I was really tented to post for general public, and certainly the thread will be moved in the replications category when the time is right. But I also know that various persons got in serious troubles , and likely a young man lost his live, because this is the kind of devices produced in series would sensibly cut in the profits of the big energy companies.

We will in a first step go in diakoptik manner thru the different parts of the device and make different kinds of experiments and tests to get basic understanding of how this devices are working, and the interaction of the different parts. Also we will collect information from various sources from the original Builders. I would encourage those of you , who are interested in following or participating in this project, to read the thread about longitudinal waves , as this describes one of the  basic physical principals involved in this device.

The First Part of the device we will cover is the push-pull converter. It's function is pumping charges, an analogy would be the electron-gun in the CRT, it is the source of charges. There is no magic in this part, it is just common EM technology, there are different topologies which could be used, half or full bridge would be suitable. For low frequency devices like the Kapagen also an of the shelf silicone steel transformer could be used. It is important that the output is AC. In the research we will stick to the push-pull topology for the ease of switching the two low side IGBT's. Here some images from testing this stage:

As I have time ,Ill continue to upload content and updates or corrections.


bigmotherwhale posted this 24 December 2022

you have to adjust the pulse width so it goes out of LC resonance by setting the pulse to the wavelenght, not up to 1/2 of the wavelength as is ushally done. 

This will result in a unipolar pulse. 

This of course would be my understanding as to whats going on in the BTG and may not be correct. 

Munny posted this 24 December 2022

Have a look at Ivo's setup.  I helped him years ago get to this point and he's got stuff now worth incorporating into your project.

If you want to switch even faster there are components known as cascodes and they can be created using a MOSFET combined with a JFET.

Ivo much prefers pancake coils over cylindrical coils which you might want to consider.  They have their pros and cons like any other engineering solution.

Aliengrey posted this 26 December 2022

Munny Hi ,

If it's of any interest your Master IVO video reminded me of the German guy, the Old  sciantist showed in one of his many video's a modified Tesla coil that set up as a wave guide wound difrently and ther is this  you tube video Поиск радианта Николы Тесла без мистики и фокусов. Стоячие волны.

They may be of some help


Vidura posted this 26 December 2022

Thanks for the ideas and suggestions. Anyway I am convinced that Kapanadze, Ruslan, Shark used conventional Tesla resonators, Kacher-Brovin or nanopulser. All are these are different means to produce scalar waves. Therefore I will not deviate from the idea to proof or discard the proposed hypothesis.


Vidura posted this 26 December 2022

Here a video showing some interesting effects:


Vidura posted this 27 December 2022

First I want to make clear that whenever possible I adhere at classic physics, which IMO can satisfactory explain over 90% of all observed phenomena. But not all. On the observations of the mentioned effects I will remark the following : 1. The phase shift between the two scope traces. If we consider the effect as produced by Coulomb forces, the influence on the unconnected scope probe should be bthe same as exerted on the reception coil. But there is clearly a difference of 90° compared wit the bifilare cancelling Coil. 2. The assimetry of the positive and the negative halfwaves.There is around 5 volts of difference in the potential, so it seems that the coupling is prevalent on one polarity, positiy on the terminal of the bifilare section. 3. The long time interval until reaching the maximum amplitude. It lasts around 5-7 second's until reaching the maximum. I have observed that there is a kind of storage of energy related to this effect. When the experiment is repeated several times, the pattern change and the first time interval of powering up becomes faster. When de device is powered on for first time after a longer period of staying unconnected, it is much slower and clearer to observe. See in the short addition below:


Jagau posted this 07 January 2023

Thank you Vidura an interesting experience to follow

Vidura posted this 03 May 2024

Hello all!

After a long time having this research left aside now let’s resume with new experiments. Actually, I came across a video on YT that was really inspiring for me. It is about the Kapanadze design from the ikako chubinidze YT channel.

What I really appreciate is the simplicity and that he first focusses on the very basic effect. Here the video:

So, the plan is to repeat the first experiment to verify if the effect is there, and do some measurements on the transformer. Below you can see the high voltage part with spark gap:

I will use a small of the shelf silicone sheet 12v-0-12v-220v transformer in step-up mode, powering a 35 w 220v lamp with a simple oscillating circuit to run the test. To be continued soon, as time allows.


Vidura posted this 04 May 2024

Yesterday I run a short test, but the effect could not be produced. Note that this is not conclusive, as the adjustment of the sparkgap and the right capacitance is not easy to achieve, in order to get the required pulses in the ns range.

I didn’t record the test as nothing interesting was happening.

 Any way the original author did a inspiring work, and I will do some more experiments to try to reproduce this effect.


Jagau posted this 04 May 2024

Hi Vidura

An excellent article who could help you on spark gap

When working with currents discharging disruptively, the element chiefly to be considered is not the frequency, as a student might be apt to believe, but the rate of change per unit of time… with low frequency currents it is impossible to obtain such rates of change per unit of time as with high frequencies, hence the effects produced by the latter are much more prominent… Frequency alone in reality does not mean anything, except when an undisturbed harmonic oscillation is considered.”

you can find ithere;