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Author Topic: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?  (Read 26424 times)

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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #45 on: May 11, 2015, 01:12:58 AM »
Source of the image: New Energy Technologies, Issue 2,  Sept-Oct 2001


Gennady Nikolaev on the existance of a second magnetic field (scalar magnetic field)  --->  "...in the space where total vectorial magnetic field of two magnets is zero, the total value of scalar magnetic field of two magnets is maximal."  ..."this field do not interact with ferromagnetic materials." ....


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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #46 on: May 12, 2015, 09:57:55 PM »
In the next link you can download the book by Stefan Marinov "Divine Electromagnetism"


Marinov also proposed, as Nikolaev, the existance of a scalar magnetic field. The machines based on this scalar magnetic field were called by Marinov as "S-machines" and, in opposition to common "B-machines", those device can create overunity effect:


http://zaryad.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Stefan-Marinov.pdf


He proposed the magnet shape "Siberian Colia" or also "Siberian Coliu" to get that OU effect


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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #47 on: May 26, 2015, 05:14:03 PM »
A great lecture about WEBER ELECTRODYNAMICS  and why it is superior to Maxwell EM theory.  By Prof. Andre Koch Torres Assis in 2010. A theory developed by Ampere, Gauss, Weber, Riemann but, sadly, forgotten.

http://www.worldsci.org/php/index.php?tab0=More&tab1=Media&tab2=Display&id=312

Do not miss it !!.   I attach below the slides.

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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #48 on: July 20, 2015, 02:54:00 PM »
I have uploaded the presentation of Weber Electrodynamics into Youtube for easy broadcasting


A theory which predicts longitudinal forces, as been proved experimentaly, but sadly forgotten after the advent of the Maxwell equations. Please see this lecture by Prof. Andre Koch Torres Assis:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJecZQwPgpI


Also here some good papers about the history of this theory:  [size=78%]https://es.scribd.com/doc/272067798/Ampere-Weber-Electrodynamics-History[/size]


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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #49 on: July 27, 2015, 01:31:33 PM »
I have found references to an electrodynamics theory developed by Hertz (Hertz Electrodynamics) which does not require Special Relativity to correct the flawed points into Maxwell´s equations , and include Lorentz force into the induction equation. Therefore Lorentz force is not required as an external term to be used at the same time that Maxwell´s equations:


http://www.angelfire.com/sc3/elmag/


Quote from: On Hertz's Invariant Form of Maxwell's Equations  by T. E. Phipps


The failure of Maxwell's equations to exhibit invariance under the Galilean transformation was corrected by Hertz through a simple, but today largely forgotten, mathematical trick. This involves substituting total (convective) time derivatives for partial time derivatives wherever the latter appear in Maxwell's equations. By this means Hertz derived a formally Galilean-invariant covering theory of Maxwell's vacuum electrodynamics - which, however, was not space-time symmetrical



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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #50 on: July 28, 2016, 01:31:00 AM »
Richard Feynman: two different phenomena in the induction, one for flux linking ( 2nd Maxwell equation) and other for flux cutting (Lorentz Force). Richard Feynman Lectures, Vol.2, Chapter 17.

Joseph Henry: two types of induction

Konstantine Meyl: two different formulations for the induction

George Cohn: two different phenomena in inductions

William J. Hooper: three different kinds of electric fields, one electrostatic field, and other two due to induction: one transformer induction, (shieldable), and one motional induction (unshieldable)


Follow the signs....

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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #51 on: July 28, 2016, 10:18:06 AM »
- hanon you make a great work on this topic and I really appreciate it, just I have a suggestion: go further and deeper than that. try to find their common denominator. what we currently call electricity, magnetism, gravity, week and strong forces all follow the same pattern of manifestation and all have something in common. they are different only in our interpretation of their manifestation at their level or magnitude and energy.
- however, my appreciation for your effort to tell things that others do not dare to tell

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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
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