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Author Topic: what happens between a teslacoil the battery the incadescent bulb and the ground  (Read 13008 times)

Offline Void

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But GOTOLUC shows in his videos  that :
1- he has a Tinseluc  coil that is idling at about 20 watts
2- by adding a component ,which is the receiver coil, he  can light arround 3 watts without increasing the input power of the idling Tinseluc circuit
3- that by adding more load , not only he can get some output more light, but it seems that the input power of the Tinseluc coil goes somehow down ?????
so my question what about the antropy in this very specific "capacitive coupling" ?

Hi Woopy. Before you add the receiver coil, all of the 20W is being dissipated in the
transmitter coil circuitry. When you add a receiver coil circuit, some of that 20W is now being
dissipated in the receiver coil circuitry. If you make circuit changes to the receiver coil assembly,
for example using different coil winding ratios or by changing the load attached to the receiver coil,
etc., more and more of that 20W may be transferred to the receiver coil and to its connected load.

When you make changes to the receiver coil or its connected load, it changes the overall impedance
of the receiver assembly as seen by the transmitter coil circuit, and this can cause less loading to be seen
by the transmitter driver circuitry, so the power consumption of the transmitter driver circuitry can drop, even though
the load on the receiver may be dissipating more power than before you made your receiver circuit change. 
This is all to do with impedance changes seen by different stages in the overall setup.

Yes, as others mentioned, what really matters in regards to OU testing is if you are able to transfer
more power to the load than you are supplying at the input to the whole setup. :)

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Offline Rfacts

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Gotoluc:
Greatly appreciate your efforts and your willingness to share your findings, there is a lot to learn from this experimental work.  Since you were able to switch your power source from batteries to a power
supply, if not already checked it may be good to confirm that the (+) and (-) output of your Sky TPOWER STP6005 DC power supply is isolated from ground for high frequency feedback.  I've experienced
problems with this type of power supply but different model, I experienced a shorted 56nF 100V poly film capacitor which was connected between the power supply circuit and chassis ground.

Woopy:
I think you focused important attention to the significance of electrically disconnecting the L2 secondary from the L1 primary circuit in reference to Steve Ward's Micro SSTC Rev 2.0 schematic.  This
modification alone should make the L1 primary and the L2 secondary an electrically isolated transformer.  I think I understood your train of thought in your Reply #66, is this what you meant by "physical
(electrical) desolidarisation"?
   
TeslaScientific:
Appreciate that you made some very interesting points to consider and which I think help to better understand the operation of the Tesla magnifying transformer especially the info you included in your
Reply #34.  The role that the capacitance at each end of the coil plays and the effect on the standing wave is very interesting and not often mentioned.  For myself and others who may be interested in
better understanding the various operating principles of the TMT in more detail, what do you consider to be the best books or links on this subject?

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TeslaScientific:
Appreciate that you made some very interesting points to consider and which I think help to better understand the operation of the Tesla magnifying transformer especially the info you included in your
Reply #34.  The role that the capacitance at each end of the coil plays and the effect on the standing wave is very interesting and not often mentioned.  For myself and others who may be interested in
better understanding the various operating principles of the TMT in more detail, what do you consider to be the best books or links on this subject?

I'm glad you found it useful! There are a few books listed here along with a couple of informative videos by Eric Dollard: http://www.teslascientific.com/references/

As well as the articles already posted here. The Crystal Radio Initiative by Eric Dollard probably offers the best practical explanation and examples: http://www.emediapress.com/go.php?offer=teslasci&pid=61

The point of it is to prove Tesla right in the most simple way possible by using a normal crystal radio receiver and a Tesla receiver tuned to a local(ish) AM radio station in order to compare the amount of power that's received through the air versus the earth, and to measure the difference in the propagation velocity between the overground and underground signals. Radiated (through the air) energy is governed by the inverse square law and travels at the speed of light (in a vacuum); the power at any distance from the transmitter is the power at source times 1/distance squared, so if you have more power than that at the receiver and it gets there before the overground signal, well... Perhaps they should have listened to Tesla in the beginning  ;)

The basic principles of radio and Tesla's system are all the same and the same coils can be used for the Crystal Radio Initiative as in your own experiments, however, if you start transmitting on the same frequency as the radio station then expect visitors, so different coils should be built if you want to transmit. To that end, the amateur radio frequencies are ideal because they allow for legal transmission if you have a license, and if all experimenters are using the same frequency (1860 kc) then an experimental Tesla world system will become a reality.

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TeslaScientific:
Thanks, appreciate the links to books and informative videos that you provided.

Offline DrJones

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   VERY interesting progress! 
I'm looking forward to update videos from Tinsel Koala, Luc and Woopy - keep up the good work!

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