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Author Topic: Solid State "Synchro Coil".  (Read 32992 times)

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #30 on: April 07, 2014, 10:26:06 PM »
@Wings,


            Very interesting document on "Aether Control" by Rick Andersen!


Here's a quote from you:


"but take care if you winding a toroid starting from one point all around up to the same point at the end you have also one virtual single loop coil that induce EM on the torus axis , this why you have to wind a return coil back to the initial point in order to have just vector potential effect".


Judging from that, it might make more sense to simply wind a bifilar and connect it in series like a Tesla Coil. What do you think?

I think that what is important is to go back winding to the starting point , no 0° to 360° winding but: 0° -> 360° back to 0° :)

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #30 on: April 07, 2014, 10:26:06 PM »

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #31 on: April 07, 2014, 11:15:31 PM »
@Wings,


Right! That's exactly how I wound those spiral toroids.


What's important is to understand the difference between the toroidal "A" vector, and the pulse from a solenoid  coil pole? The North and South poles are in line at 180 degrees in the  Toroidal magnetic "Smoke Ring", whereas they're at 90 degrees in the solinoid. The poles are trailing one another in the magnet wave!


The speed of the longitudinal gravity wave is Pi/2.C! This equals 292,020 miles per second. Magnetic resonance is a function of PI, or 3.14 according to Jerry Bayles unified field theory. We're measuring speed in time units per second, so the oscillating speed of the magnet wave turns into factors of Pi or 6.28 hrz to start. These scaler wave magnetic frequencies were tested by Jerry and conform to the classic longitudinal wave theory of Laplace.


This means that a pulsed toroidal "A" vector magnet wave would beat a laser beam to a receiver by a factor of nearly fifty percent! Pulsing a stack of diametric neos with a toroidal magnet wave at resonant PI frequencies should oscillate the neo stack field like Jerry's homopolar balance magnets!

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #32 on: April 08, 2014, 04:12:01 AM »
It occurred to me, that the magnet wave must have been projected by the Bifilar Bedini Spiral Toroid Coil used by me to spin my magnets, not projected by the the spinning magnet. The magnet spinner merely helped pulse the "Spiral Toroid Coil".

The stack of diametric neo's has a neutral zone for the magnet wave to traverse. My "Synchro Coil" failed to perform on the bifilar spool. The Toroid coil in combination with the wraped stack of diametric neo's produced the overunity results. I believe now that all the magnet spinner did was pulse the "Spiral Toroid Coil", generating the longitudinal wave, and that a solid state pulse would work as well!


I'm pretty sure the magnet core output coil picked the magnet waves up from the Toroid power coil behind the magnet spinner after close analysis, not the spinning magnet. 

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil" or "Vacuum Quadrode Amplifier".
« Reply #33 on: August 04, 2014, 03:42:32 AM »




In this video by Tinselkoala, we see him powering a spinner with a pure sine wave where the hertz equals the RPM.


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


First question: What would his COP be if he ran the current through the coil and into a storage capacitor instead of shorting it to ground?


Secondly: What about the frequencies higher than his cheap paper clip axle can stand up to. Floyd Sweet ran up in the megahertz?


The sine wave is powering the spinner so the sine wave should also oscillate at least that much flux in a fixed PM core. The velocity of the magnet spinner is increasing with the rise of frequency. This is a money for nothing situation, because we don't need additional input power to accelerate the magnet  spinner! This effect, power of flux from increased frequency alone continues above Tk's spinner's top end. A solid state circuit would work much better, and allow for much higher frequencies.


 

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #34 on: August 04, 2014, 05:06:19 AM »
Here's a question: Is a wide diameter solenoid air core coil of only one turn of thick wire; Is it a solenoid coil or might it also qualify as a toroid? Would it project a toroidal "A" vector in one direction down the center line?

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #35 on: August 04, 2014, 02:00:45 PM »
This coil generates "Magnet waves" with a sine wave signal. What effect does it's toroidal characteristics have on the coil's field.


                                      "Magnetic induction can occur in a zero curl magnetic vector potential field".

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #36 on: August 04, 2014, 02:40:41 PM »
The self resonating frequency of the thick wire bifilar primary should be tuned to permanent magnet field resonance. Jerry Bayles has determined that magnets reach resonant peaks at intervals factored by PI(3.14) and are irrational. Jerry oscillates Chiral satellite magnets at these rates.


Permanent magnet fields react differently to specific frequencies, like 7.8 hertz. There are higher reaction frequencies, but they are not linear or even proportional. They're a factor of the speed of the magnet wave which exceeds the constant C and includes the radical PI factor.


The question remains: What is the optimal operating frequency for this circuit? Sine wave hertz, self resonanting primay bifilar coil frequency, and the optimal resonating harmonic frequency of the permanent magnet field all need to match on the broadcast end.


The Primary needs to loop over the ends of the magnet for the diametric magnet to recieve the magnet wave on the perpendicular. I first thought we could wrap the the primary directly around the middle of the tube. This would project the "A" vector in the wrong direction in line with the field. The magnet needs to stand up in the center of the primary, so the magnet wave hits it at 90 degrees! 


We're forced to select from only a small range of specific operating frequencies, maybe two or three! One is optimal!


We can "Egg Crate" these Coils and magnet receiver generators then circulate and collect the same sine wave oscillating current to power them at the cost of signal and resistive loss alone. This would make a free running kilowatts range generator.

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #36 on: August 04, 2014, 02:40:41 PM »
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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #37 on: August 04, 2014, 04:01:16 PM »
"Sweet claimed something on the order of 1:3,000,000 over-unity. The input power to his device was 10 VAC at 29 uamps (290mWatts) at 400 hertz. The output had been loaded to as high as 3,000 Watts".


Looks like Floyd may have alredy been there and done that! Floyd didn't have Neo Magnets, so he tried to soup the Barrium Ferrite up. We don't need to do that.



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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #38 on: August 04, 2014, 08:13:48 PM »
Have a look at the toroid votexing around a single wire loop:


I think a series bifilar of two thick wire side to side, would generate a toroid field like a spiral where one wire ran around the outside of the other.
Lying a two wire speaker wire sideways one time around an large aire core would give the spiral toroid dimensions. Twisting the wire would give the coil a strong toroid vortex. I tested just these kinds of toroid spirals. A thick wire one would work fine, just twisted into a fairly large loop!

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #39 on: August 04, 2014, 08:51:20 PM »
I think the primary should be a spiral series bifilar toroid of two strands of thick 16 gauge insulated household wire. The strands could be twisted like a Spanish Knot tied around a plunger handle on one end, and a fence post on the other. Twist until a knot appears then trim and  connect the splice. It should resemble a phone cord. Maybe 4 or 5 inches in diameter. One loop and one loop only! This meets all the criterion. A low voltage hi amperage spiral series bifilar toroid, with a powerful "A" vector. A two minute job, and Voila, the perfect magnet wave generator coil!.

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #40 on: August 05, 2014, 01:45:22 AM »
The central feature of the "Spiral series bifilar" is that it projects a field on ONE SIDE ONLY. Also, the field has the strength of both poles, but only the polarity of one. On top of that, there's an "A" vector that projects a gravity wave longitudinally from the center outward toward infinity!


Tinselkoala informed me that he felt the magnet would heat up from induction. I countered that the adiabatic cooling of the permanent magnet from demagnetization would at least neutralize that effect.  It might look like a licorice twist looped end to end. The magnet core receiver
coil  would drape in front of the upright primary like a window box, right in line with optimal magnetic exposure.

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #41 on: August 05, 2014, 01:57:04 PM »

This video demonstrates the fundamental interaction between A.C. current and magnets. A permanent magnet in fixed position would undergo flux oscillation from the same signal, and return the power through output windings:

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

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #42 on: August 05, 2014, 02:50:37 PM »

Dave is spinning a neo tube with a sine wave at 70 hertzl What would happen if we stopped the spinning neo magnet and wrapped it with copper wire windings. Would we gather power from those output windings standing still?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQ7Ax_b6S4k

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #43 on: August 05, 2014, 03:08:55 PM »
Dave's video shows how the sine wave spins the tube magnet, but the current wire doesn't know it's there. There's no such thing as "Lenz Drag" here! The current's not effected by the magnet! We can remove the magnet and the input draw remains unchanged.

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Re: Solid State "Synchro Coil".
« Reply #44 on: August 05, 2014, 03:34:03 PM »
Retrod Dave's Degausser Coil does the same thing as the two wire spiral series bifilar I just designed. Dave took the coil apart, and I think they used LITZ, but it comes out to be the same thing. It's necessary to the run sine wave through a magnetic multiplier coil like either of those kinds of coils to amplify the field. Alone, just the A.C. in a wire won't do anything to effect a magnet.

 

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