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Author Topic: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram  (Read 3335 times)

Offline magnetman12003

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Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« on: August 15, 2014, 09:06:32 PM »
Hi All,

I am going to replicate the Leedskalnin permanent magnet holder PMH. " Large U bolt used"

Can someone furnish me the CORRECT diagram of which way the  wire coils are wound and
how they are linked to allow a charge to be applied activating the PMH device.  Please indicate clockwise/counter clockwise wind on the diagram.

Can one coil be wound clockwise and the other counterclockwise and if so how are they linked?

Your help will be most appreciated.

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Offline Xenophanes

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2014, 09:52:52 PM »
While I`m not terribly familiar with this device in particular,I do recall the instructions in Leedskalnin's book go into some detail in regard to the coil winding.Have you read it?Starts around page 30ish I believe.,d.aWw

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2018, 06:35:22 PM »
Wanted to show you guys something,
So I just picked a random PMH thread to put this in.

I don’t have the real inventors name, some scientist in the 1900’s published the PMH
in a journal of the British Royal Society.
We know the device by the name of the man who plagiarized the experiment and made it famous.
So we’ll just call it the Leedskalnin PMH...

I was toying around with the two devices on the right side of the picture.
They are both the same, one I removed from its housing.
This is a dc step-up transformer. 1k:1
Which translates something close to 4500V @ 2ma (dead short discharge)

I charged the spheres and discharged them several times.
This is 305 (non-magnetic) stainless hollow spheres.

I noticed every few discharges the balls would magnetically “lock”
So I locked them and unplugged it.

These balls are currently under a magnetic loop lock.

I think this proves that an electric flux is present in the loop.
(based on an assumption that such must be present for magnetic induction)

Just wanted to share

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #3 on: January 19, 2018, 10:18:12 PM »
I will eat my words now...

There is no electric flux.

No potential, no charge

But I think now I better understand how this thing works.


in fact I have identified the paramagnetic electric state necessary to describe the PMH.
(using modern theory)

When we magnetize a paramagnetic material, and remove our inducing field
the field created in the material will revert to an incoherent (scattered)  state.

At the moment our field changes, the paramagnetic material gains a magnetic potential.
A potential magnetic field differential between the coherent (magnetized) state, and the
scattered state.
Through a closed loop, if the magnetic resistance is less than the impedance of the inductive
loop, then the magnetized state IS the lower energy state.
It would require energy to break the magnetic loop to collapse the field.

And in doing so, the field energy is released.
(also means that magnets let off electricity as they die at least on the atomic level)

The induction opposes the change in magnetism.
This holds the material in a particular electric state, similar to ferrous interactions.


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