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Title: Piezzo Quarz drill elektron emitted disc
Post by: sergirafael on November 27, 2012, 07:09:47 PM
The piezzo cristal silicat cristal osscilator.

Hi, the invigation have a great emitted of electron, on the top on the cristall. The cristall have a coil on the lenght whit two wire. the first wire is on the first top an langth oft the right side this cristall. The second end of the first wire, red, ist on the first side of the top on the cristall and on the right side on the length. Whit the green wire you can input wihit a PWM Generator, and search the resonancfrequenzies. The Resonanzfrequenzies of the Piezzocristalls is rechable whit the lenght and wite. You drive the Piezzocristall whit a fast Motor in a rotate, an on the bottom of the element, place alternate magnetic. The magnetic have a alternate currten Flux, and whit the zentripedal rotation you give a Frequenzies of the cristall. First on the front of highside on the spices can you see a blue electric flux. The rotate give a fibration on the piezzocristall and this emittet whit the alternate magntic Flux a Elektron. Whit a whole ring (aluminium) can you catch the Elektron. The motor axis must be Groundet Earth. 
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Post by: TinselKoala on November 28, 2012, 01:18:00 AM
I'd like very much to see your YouTube demonstration of this device.

Please give us the link.
Title: Re: Piezzo Quarz drill elektron emitted disc
Post by: wideyed_tutank on November 28, 2012, 04:18:35 AM
Interesting.  What inspired you to come up with this contraption?   ::)
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Post by: onthecuttingedge2005 on November 29, 2012, 04:39:51 AM
always wanted to test nano magnetic powder with nano piezo powdered crystals mixed evenly together and stress test it.
Title: Re: Piezzo Quarz drill elektron emitted disc
Post by: rensseak on November 29, 2012, 07:40:01 AM
Macht es einen Unterschied statt den Kristall die Scheibe mit den Magneten zu rotieren?

Makes it a difference instead to rotate the crystal to rotate the disk with the magnets?