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Author Topic: Theories concerning Hans Coler's Stromerzeuger  (Read 22695 times)

Offline antigrav89

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Re: Theories concerning Hans Coler's Stromerzeuger
« Reply #60 on: October 27, 2017, 03:58:38 PM »
Hi ag89,

Thank you for the lecture on scalar waves.  I do have some comments
I thought the laws of electromagnetism are the equations.  So I don't see why particular solutions should be considered as non-electromagnetic, even when the fields "simultaneously" null.  The facts that the fields null does not mean that the quanta, the virtual particles of space, are absent, it is just that their measurable effects cancel.  And using the term "measurable" brings into focus your use of the word "simultaneously".  That infers an instant in time but we know that as we look at smaller and smaller time intervals, although on average the field quanta null, their presence in terms of individual number or amplitude density do not.In your opinion, others have a different view.Now you have wandered into what actually comprises the vacuum medium and whether or not it can be stressed.That is an over-simplification.Now you have assumed that there is a current flow, which demands that there be something present to create that flow, indeed your negative resistance effect implies a voltage hence an E field.  If there is some directional force on your conduction positrons, then by definition there is an E field present, and that will create the same direction of current as for conduction electrons, so no negative resistance effects.
But there will be no electric current, no effective charge movement.  So you can't call it a superconducting current.No comment.Now you have wandered away from the quantum world and IMO opinion that is a mistake.  The dynamical vacuum does not behave like a compressible fluid.I have no argument with that, but I fail to see the connection with your imaginary vacuum fluid.

Smudge

Hi Smudge,

Here are my answers to your questions.

The Maxwell equations deal with classical (non relativistic, non quantum) macroscopic E-field and B-Fields.
The measured current and voltage in a circuit are time-averaged values, so noise effects caused by quantum and thermic fluctuations have not to be taken into account. 
When E-field and B-field are simultaneously null at a point of space, the electromagnetic density of energy at that point is also null.
So the scalar waves do not involve electromagnetic energy but another form of energy coming from the outer medium.
When dealing matter-radiation interaction from a quantum point of view, E-field and B-Field are of no use, only electrostatic and vector potential matter.

The mainstream physics interpretes the magnetic and electric Aharonov-Bohm effects as quantum-level interactions between the electrons and the electromagnetic potentials.
There is another interpretation that consider that the Aharonov-Bohm magnetic experiment can be explained by the interaction of the electrons moving B-Field with the static solenoid B-Field.

IMO, the magnetic flux lines density increase when passing through a magnet, applies a stress to the vacuum, which is compressed in the process.
 
I agree, my definition of electric resistance was over-simplified: conduction electrons interact with the lattice metal ions and the topological or chemical defects present in the metallic material, causing radiation resistance losses and Joule effect heating.

We must go beyond the classical electromagnetic vision (voltage, E-Field...) to consider matter and energy transfer from a general point of view: whenever a matter or energy density difference is created between two regions of space (gradient), a current flowing from the higher energy (or matter) density region to the lower energy density (or matter) appears to restore the equilibrium.

We have to abandon the classical electromagnetic view of matter as particles interacting with E-field and B-Field and consider, instead, propagating wave functions interacting with potentials, from the quantum electrodynamical point of view.
The electron-positron super-current must not be considered as the simple superposition of a matter and antimatter flows (that would annihilate instantaneously), but as a mixed entangled quantum state, behaving like a bosonic field (permitting the creation of Bose-Einstein condensates), composed of two correlated wave functions travelling in phase.
A pure positronic current cannot exist because it would immediately annihilate when put in contact with ordinary matter.

Quantum decoherence effects are of prime importance for the propagation of waves over long distances (comparatively with atomic distances) in a material.
If these effects occur, the charge-carrying propagating waves loses their coherence (they are submitted to random dephasages) and the associated current is destroyed.

Why the vacuum could not be modeled as a compressible fluid?
This model has the advantage to only allow waves to propagate with a finite velocity in the vacuum medium (as sound waves in air), thus rejecting "action at a distance" concept  which, IMO, is a complete physical non sense.
In 1903, Whittaker has showed that if a particle emits spherical (retarded) waves (time-dependent) in all frequencies, propagating with the same velocity, a coulombian-type potential (independent of time) is created.
If we consider that material particles as continuously coupled with the vacuum and in stationary equilibrium with it, the particle receiving energy from the vacuum
and radiating all this energy, Whittaker's approach takes all its physical sense.
 
The connection with the vacuum fluid model is of the utmost importance to explain how vacuum fluctuations could cohere and be stabilized to be usable.
Vacuum compression effect is what makes this possible.
The Heisenberg principle of uncertainty permits virtual matter-antimatter particle pairs (vacum fluctuations) to exist only during a very short time but not to interact each other or with particles matter.
Sufficient distance reduction between them, by medium compression action, might allow to these interactions to occur.
For example, below Fermi level electrons might gain kinetic energy by collisions with vacuum fluctuation and be promoted to the metal conduction band.
But such processes imply that system entropy can be reducted, by transitions from chaotic to ordered states.
One could argue that such transitions violate the second law of thermodynamics.
But, it is not the case here, because this law, that states that the entropy of a physical system must always increase with time, only applies to systems at equilibrium state (the systems we study are open quantum out of equilibrium systems).

Antigrav89

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Offline Smudge

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Re: Theories concerning Hans Coler's Stromerzeuger
« Reply #61 on: October 27, 2017, 05:20:52 PM »
Hi ag89,

You said
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whenever a matter or energy density difference is created between two regions of space (gradient), a current flowing from the higher energy (or matter) density region to the lower energy density (or matter) appears to restore the equilibrium

I think the problem lies in your use of the word "current".  That automatically implies an electric current or charge transport and I don't think you mean that.  The flow can be neutral matter or just some form of energy.

It is quite clear that you and I have completely different views on what constitutes the dynamical vacuum.  You say
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We have to abandon the classical electromagnetic view of matter as particles interacting with E-field and B-Field and consider, instead, propagating wave functions interacting with potentials, from the quantum electrodynamical point of view.
I don't see it that way as that implies some medium through which the the wave functions can propagate, it doesn't tell you what that medium is.  I also reject "action at a distance", but I take Einstein's view of mass-less particles (or rather particles of zero rest mass) always travelling through space at velocity c.  So my space is filled with these virtual particles at enormous density, and the real interactions with our matter particles (like electrons) is with these space things.  These "things", although having zero rest mass, do carry momentum and energy and also spin.  They are the building block of photons, so they could be called sub-photons, and they are the reason that photons can appear as both wave-like and particle-like.  What we consider as propagating waves are simply some sort of pattern superimposed on the enormous quantity of space particles whizzing through our space in all directions, and that pattern comes from interaction (absorption/emission) with our matter particles.  In a way this is a theory of everything since it can account for electric, magnetic, gravitation and inertia.  Our classical equations are replaced with "rules of engagement" between matter particles and the space particles, with the appearance of force on the matter particle coming automatically from conservation of its momentum vector over the absorption-emission process.

However this is merely of academic interest, it doesn't explain how Coler's Stromerzeuger might have worked.  I am much taken with the Inverse Corbino Effect as an explanation as the Corbino effect is known to create negative resistance under the right conditions, see for example the attached patent.

Smudge

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Re: Theories concerning Hans Coler's Stromerzeuger
« Reply #62 on: October 29, 2017, 04:21:10 PM »
Hi ag89,

You said
I think the problem lies in your use of the word "current".  That automatically implies an electric current or charge transport and I don't think you mean that.  The flow can be neutral matter or just some form of energy.

It is quite clear that you and I have completely different views on what constitutes the dynamical vacuum.  You sayI don't see it that way as that implies some medium through which the the wave functions can propagate, it doesn't tell you what that medium is.  I also reject "action at a distance", but I take Einstein's view of mass-less particles (or rather particles of zero rest mass) always travelling through space at velocity c.  So my space is filled with these virtual particles at enormous density, and the real interactions with our matter particles (like electrons) is with these space things.  These "things", although having zero rest mass, do carry momentum and energy and also spin.  They are the building block of photons, so they could be called sub-photons, and they are the reason that photons can appear as both wave-like and particle-like.  What we consider as propagating waves are simply some sort of pattern superimposed on the enormous quantity of space particles whizzing through our space in all directions, and that pattern comes from interaction (absorption/emission) with our matter particles.  In a way this is a theory of everything since it can account for electric, magnetic, gravitation and inertia.  Our classical equations are replaced with "rules of engagement" between matter particles and the space particles, with the appearance of force on the matter particle coming automatically from conservation of its momentum vector over the absorption-emission process.

However this is merely of academic interest, it doesn't explain how Coler's Stromerzeuger might have worked.  I am much taken with the Inverse Corbino Effect as an explanation as the Corbino effect is known to create negative resistance under the right conditions, see for example the attached patent.

Smudge

Hi Smudge,

IMO, vacuum energy structure has two different components : bulk energy and fluctuation energy.

All particles of matter (including electron) have finite size (I refute point particles hypothesis) and so an internal physical structure.

Imagine a static isotropic vacuum at equilibrium with particles. Particles, which can be described as local energy density excess, would appear like perfect rigid spheres at rest, vacuum exerting equals and opposite pressure forces.
In such a vacuum, particle have no mass, no charge and no spin.

But particles are not static objects, they are continuously exchanging energy with the vacuum. They behave like energy emitter-absorber entities and the local energy density they contain continuously pulsate at very high frequencies (according to Bohm's interpretation). These oscillations create perturbations (vacuum fluctuations) into the vacuum energy that becomes turbulent  causing the particle to vibrate around its equiibrium position and rotate in order to dissipate the kinetic energy it gained from the "collisions" with the vacuum fluctuations to restore its equilibrium.
Vacuum fluid reacts in order to oppose to these perturbations by increasing its density around the particle creating inertia that manifests as mass and charge.

All charged particle have a mass and a spin.  So electromagnetism and gravity (and quantum mechanics) must be linked in a way.
Whittaker's hypothesis, which associates gravitational potential to propagating scalar waves (mirroring electromagnetism waves) give us the missing link between electromagnetism and gravitation.

According to Big Bang model, all the matter in our universe was created from vacuum energy matter-antimatter particle pairs.
To be allowed to exist, matter had to be separated in a very short time from antimatter,if not we should not exist. But where is the antimatter now?
So, if astrophyics' hypothesis about the origin of mattter  is correct, Nature has found a way to extract matter from matter-antimatter particle pairs.
Whether this way is reachable to human science is another matter.

Moreover, the experiment that Coler uses in the B.I.O.S. report as a proof to the excess of energy at opening versus closing impulse for validating the principle operation of his machines might have been the same experiment that was carried out by Helmholtz with a du Bois-Reymond's induction coil in 1869.

The Corbino/Hall effect involves that a radial electric current flows from the center of magnet to its periphery.
I have seen elsewhere that the main effect resulting from an electric current flowing through a bulk ferromagnetic material is to produce important heating effects in the magnet due to its high electrical resistance. So, IMO electric current only flows on the surface of the cylindrical magnet. I am not so sure that the wire magnet are fixed directly on the surface of core magnet (on the Norrby patent. there might be no wire magnet, but only a isolated wire running through the core to pre-magnetize it). On the page 24 in the B.I.O.S. report,  relating to experiment 2 paragraph, it is said that "the other winding is connected in series with the pre-magnetized steel rod [...] in such a way that the secondary current must pass through the magnet". In the magnetostromapparat, the ends of the secondary are soldered at the surface of the magnet. Electrons arrive at on end, pass through the surface magnet and are collected at the other end. A difference of potential is kept between these two ends because of the electric difference of conductivity between copper coil wire and  iron core magnet, thus creating an accumulation of charges at the current injection point that cause these charges to  flow towards the other winding end to cancel the charge unbalance.

Antigrav89

 

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