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Author Topic: Eddy currents and their implications  (Read 56842 times)

Dave45

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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #75 on: July 12, 2011, 07:58:46 PM »
Ok if we have three fields a neutron - proton -electron could electricity be considered a form of matter?

Also there is in theory what are called holes, well if its the same in the micro as in the macro then it could be called back-draft in other words if you move a car down a highway it creates a draft behind it, like siphoning water through a hose.

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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #76 on: July 12, 2011, 08:19:20 PM »
Speaking of holes there's an experiment I been wanting to try, in an alternator there are three windings that are all connected at one end then the other ends are connected to the fwbr.
What i was thinking if an antenna were connected to the three ends that are connected together would it pull in more electrons using the back-draft or holes.
So much to do.
Dave


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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #77 on: July 12, 2011, 08:32:07 PM »
I think that now we have a tremendous achievement as the first time opens the possibility of knowing the "Theory of flows of energy"  for the Western world.

I apologize for how rough this translated formatting is but I will upload this now for anyone waiting.  I have also converted it back to Word .doc format and am trying to clean up a few more things.  I'll upload that later.

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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #78 on: July 12, 2011, 09:14:51 PM »
Thanks e2matrix


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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #79 on: July 12, 2011, 09:53:54 PM »
Prana and Akasha.
Matter is empty place in Akasha (ether) which is oscillating (and may also rotate). Movement or flow in Akasha is called Prana (life force).
There are various movements/flows,we  even don't know all types yet.

How is matter formed : two Prana waves from opposite places of Universe meet and formulate standing balanced wave - an bubble in Akasha. Oscillating - this is mass, but we can see it only when moves and then it is momentum and energy for us.Moving means imbalance : one of Prana waves is changing form and standing wave (particle) moves .
There is no energy in matter - it moves because of that change of Prana wave due to interaction with Akasha (ether) flows and other matter in Universe.

Oh,sorry, I couldn't resist to post some my thoughts...

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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #79 on: July 12, 2011, 09:53:54 PM »
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Dave45

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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #81 on: July 13, 2011, 01:19:32 AM »
This image is from a crt I believe it is the electron being formed from the magnetic field

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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #82 on: July 13, 2011, 01:21:11 AM »
closeup, I thought I had a better image somewhere hmmm
anyway the upper portion is the magnetic field and the combination of the particles and path of the electron can be seen.

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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #83 on: July 13, 2011, 02:31:21 AM »
I apologize for how rough this translated formatting is but I will upload this now for anyone waiting.  I have also converted it back to Word .doc format and am trying to clean up a few more things.  I'll upload that later.
Thank you very much, e2matrix. Also put my edited version of the original to this translation for all users.

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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #84 on: July 13, 2011, 04:06:29 AM »
Hi MotovilovDN,  I was at this most of the day and finally have a much much better translation in PDF and also Word .Doc format.  I see you just put up an edit.  I have not looked at that yet but the two files I finished now are much better and closer to the original in formatting than the one I uploaded earlier today.  You might take a look at them also to compare to the new one you edited. 
« Last Edit: July 13, 2011, 04:38:34 AM by e2matrix »

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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #85 on: July 13, 2011, 04:13:24 AM »
Thank you very much, e2matrix. Also put my edited version of the original to this translation for all users.

MotovilovDN,  The one you just uploaded is in Russian.  The ones I just uploaded were a translation of the one I got earlier today.  Would it be best to translate the new one you just put up?  If that one is an improved version I will gladly translate it also now that I have the procedure down it would only take me a few minutes.   The new setup I have keeps the formatting much better. 

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« Reply #86 on: July 13, 2011, 04:20:37 AM »
MotovilovDN,  The one you just uploaded is in Russian.  The ones I just uploaded were a translation of the one I got earlier today.  Would it be best to translate the new one you just put up?  If that one is an improved version I will gladly translate it also now that I have the procedure down it would only take me a few minutes.   The new setup I have keeps the formatting much better.
Yes, would it be best to translate the new one.


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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #87 on: July 13, 2011, 04:35:59 AM »
Yes, would it be best to translate the new one.

Okay I got those done.  I'll upload those here.  Would it be best to delete the previous ones?  I think I saw what you added in to this new edit and I assume it might be best if I deleted the ones above.  Just let me know. 

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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #88 on: July 13, 2011, 04:42:24 AM »
I deleted the earlier ones as I saw no one had downloaded them yet.  I wanted to take care of that before my chance to edit the post timed out.  If there is any reason you would like them (your pre-edit documents) uploaded again I an do that but it is my assumption you will just want the latest one available which you edited.  They are still not perfect in formatting but are much better than the one I put up early today. 
« Last Edit: July 13, 2011, 06:50:33 PM by MotovilovDN »


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Re: Eddy currents and their implications
« Reply #89 on: July 13, 2011, 08:22:27 AM »
I've been playing with a funny toroid wound coil I made, actually I have made 4, 2 larger ones with no arms and one smaller one with 2 arms and one smaller one with 1 arm.

Most likely what I am seeing has an easy answer and is all understood and stuff, but I will say it just in case, these coils have a N and S pole moment even tho they are wound in the toroid shape, not much there I even think I get that but now some of the fun and useless stuff about these coils.  To produce a voltage I must run the magnet along the wire not across the wire, when I energize the coil it will hold onto the razor blade that I am using (just to see) for a very long time and the sense of polarity seems to stay fixed kind of strangely, I mean I bring in a magnet that is in repulsion to the core and stick it to the end of the arm sticking out, the magnet sticks, I take the magnet away and try to bring it back and the core is again in repulsion to the magnet and this is after I have disconnected the power, I just pulse the battery into the coil a few times and then play.  The same amount of core materiel not built into the coil acts just like I would think it should, it changes once it is the toroid shape and energized, energizing just the bare core gives similar effects but for a very short time period.  One of the small coils I played with last week and picked it up today and it still had a small amount of attraction left in it.

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