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Title: Electromagnetic Analysis and Simulation Software
Post by: masster on February 26, 2011, 10:15:43 PM
hi
I was wondering if there is any ACCURATE electromagnetic analysis and simulation software available out there...
And if it is, can it design all parts, replicate and prove mathematically, for instance, the results of Donald Smith's or Kapanadze's device ?
Title: Re: Electromagnetic Analysis and Simulation Software
Post by: quarktoo on February 26, 2011, 10:58:38 PM
hi
I was wondering if there is any ACCURATE electromagnetic analysis and simulation software available out there...
And if it is, can it design all parts, replicate and prove mathematically, for instance, the results of Donald Smith's or Kapanadze's device ?

No, since at least the Kapanadze device is a combination of a capacitor and a electromatnetic coil. It would have to encompass electrostatic and acceleration properties. Humans will not be that smart for another 326.9 years and I think that everybody knows that.
Title: Re: Electromagnetic Analysis and Simulation Software
Post by: masster on February 27, 2011, 08:59:06 AM
Humans will not be that smart for another 326.9 years and I think that everybody knows that.
hmmm.... is that so...
Title: Re: Electromagnetic Analysis and Simulation Software
Post by: quarktoo on February 27, 2011, 08:36:23 PM
Yeah, that is so. It would also have to take into consideration what is inside the coil/tube. That's the big secret nobody wants you to know. ;D No seriously!
Title: Re: Electromagnetic Analysis and Simulation Software
Post by: bsibille on February 27, 2011, 09:33:31 PM
@masster
Have a look at StifflerDr (youtube) video's showing frequency generator and spectrum analyzer to figure out resonance frequency of his coils. HTH
Title: Re: Electromagnetic Analysis and Simulation Software
Post by: masster on February 28, 2011, 03:10:20 PM
I had a look, but that is exactly what I want to avoid - buying expensive electronics equipment. So I took a chance and asked in here about a software alternative, never thinking there is a conspiracy from 'them' not letting me know what happens inside a coil...