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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.

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

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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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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #4 on: January 24, 2018, 06:30:14 PM »
The ‘two spheres’ experiment above can be performed with 3,4 or
any number of spheres, (any shape really, but round surfaces are unique)
even forming them into a complete loop.

Hexagon nuts, or u-shaped metals, toroids, tubular loops, or a single wire.
We can charge them, magnetically, using electrical current (as a conductor)
Or using electrical field (as an inductor) by placing the conductor in the field.

when people say “there is no external magnetic fields”
this is not accurate. With sensitive equipment, magnetic poles can be detected.
However, most of field remains within the conductor.

when one considers the inverse of the inductive constant of the material
we see this system behaves exactly as Maxwell said it would.

I believe someone a little better equipped than myself could easily use this
as the basis for a magnetic capacitor (doc brown would be proud)
The stored magnetic energy, when the circuit is opened, induces an electric field.
when the circuit is closed, it is a capacitor in the magnetic domain.
It is integrable using the magnetic impedance and magnetic inductance.
(1/H) to find the magnetic (flux) charge value

discharge follows modern electrical theory.

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #5 on: January 24, 2018, 06:46:38 PM »
If we consider the situation of 3 fields, in any configuration,
Two magnetic poles oppose one another, and act as a magnetic diode,
preventing a closed loop. (Or all 3 fields could oppose)

Unless we introduce a paramagnetic interface, to form a (capacitive)
secondary dipole [magnetic resistor?]
Example: the inactive dipoles in the tri-force.
               the steel balls form dipoles within to allow both magnets
               to be attracted to the metal.

Now, if this material were a ring or toroid,
and the magnetic currents were all directed to the ring...
(maybe the ring could be triangular in shape)
the space in the center would have an extremely intense magnetic field
and when the circuit is broken, all of that flux could then be directed into
an inductor. (which makes time travel possible?)

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #6 on: January 24, 2018, 06:50:46 PM »
If we can compact a pmh to a small device,
We have the ability to store energy, in the form of magnetic capacitance.

this can pave the way for entirely new types of megneto-electrical conversion
technology, and types of devices that are otherwise not conceivable.

Our theory of induction needs to be modified to include the other state.
The other condition of no electric flux. (when all of the flux is magnetic)
When magnetic saturation is at a maximum, and reluctance is in equilibrium
with impedance. This is a second low-energy state of the system.
A small change in magnetic field is resisted by the material and when removed,
the material returns to the magnetized state.
This is much different from our standard conception of paramagnetics.
In fact it is the mathematical inversion.
And is present in Maxwells equations.

We don’t consider this condition because there is nowhere to apply it.
(except in the pmh)

But now we can.

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #7 on: January 27, 2018, 05:20:27 PM »

The Lorentz force opposes the collapse of the magnetic field.
Locking it into orientation.

Over time, this can physically alter the magnetic properties of a material.
For example, the non-magnetic 305-stainless steel balls in the above photo
After being left in a magnetic loop of 6 large balls, overnight

All 6 of the test balls are now “paramagnetic” and become magnetized in a magnetic field.
While the control balls, which were not placed in a PMH loop, remain in their non-magnetic state.

This occurs in all materials, wood, paper, plastics, etc. (provided the loop strength is sufficient)
This discovery was made many years ago by David Lambright, on accident, while experimenting
with the optical diffraction properties of the PMH external field.
His research showed that low-strength magnetic fields can alter the diffraction angle and polarization
of light through air (to my knowledge no vacuum experiments were done)

Upon completion of one experiment, an aluminum spacer was found to be paramagnetic.
This led to many experiments involving nearly every obtainable material.
Further discoveries show that the non-magnetic state is the precursor to the paramagnetic state,
and the paramagnetic state is the precursor to the magnetic state.

By placing any material into a PMH-loop, of specific intensity, the magnetic properties of the
material can be altered. And the process is reversible by reversing polarities.

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #8 on: January 27, 2018, 07:35:50 PM »
In the early stages of this technology, a theory was proposed
that tiny metallic particles may be transferred from the paramagnetic
material, imbedded into the non-magnetic material, by the extreme magnetic
force in the loop.

This theory was discredited by the fact that the material developed areas of
paramagnetism outside the points of physical contact.

This led me to Faraday and Maxwell’s equations.
and the secondary stable magnetic state of materials.
The same force that stabilizes ferromagnetism,
is responsible for the magnetic lock through the PMH loop.

The geometry of the magnetic path can take any shape.

We can send the magnetic loop down a paramagnetic wire to lock
a material far away.
In this manner, magnetic conductivity is similar to electrical conductivity.

The ohmic value equivalent to resistance, in a PMH circuit, is defined as:

Length (of the part of the circuit being analyzed)
Divided by [ permeability of free space * relative permeability of material * area]

Or simply  length / magnetic permeability constant of the material * cross-section area.

This must be separated into multiple equations in circuits that change in area (size) of material,
and through any materials that are different throughout the circuit.

Therefore, Ohm’s Law is Not violated in the PMH.

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #9 on: January 27, 2018, 10:48:40 PM »
I don’t know if there is a way to physically test the electrical
conductivity through an active PMH loop without disruption
of the effect.

But the PMH, with a non-magnetic junction in the loop
resembles properties of the Josephson Effect.

And by altering the magnetic susceptibility of a material,
we can control the strength of paramagnetic induction.

Simply put, we can have strong or weak paramagnetism
in samples of the same material.
This is demonstrated by placing consistent samples into
PMH loops of different intensity.
Stronger the PMH field-loop, the greater the magnetic susceptibility.
(there is a time factor involved that I am unclear about)

Further intuitive thought may indicate that we are changing
the permeability constant itself.
If this is the case, this knowledge may lead to the development
of stronger magnets than we thought possible.

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #10 on: January 27, 2018, 10:53:09 PM »
it would be interesting to examine the crystalline structure of a metal
before and after PMH manipulation.

Perhaps this would lead to a better understanding.

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #11 on: January 28, 2018, 02:13:04 AM »
Deparamagnetized a ball.

you can do this by establishing a PMH loop in one direction
allowing it to stay for some time
Then reverse the loop for a longer time
I am still unsure concerning the time constraints, may involve
field intensity as well as the “changing permeability constant”
(if that’s what’s really going on)

I misspoke near the end, after pulling the paperwork, the steel used
is actually 410, not the 200 series that I say in the video.
But I successfully deparamagnetized it, for the most part.
There is still some mild induction taking place, but nothing of what it once was.
I am fairly sure the stresses placed on the material while the field is looped
is causing changes to the crystalline structure.
Wish I had a way to prove or disprove that.... electron microscope?
Don’t have one but I may know someone who has access to one.

What I am doing here, is said to not be possible, by the makers of the stainless.
You can do this yourself.

You don’t have to use a high-current spark like I am using here, this can be done with
coils in the normal PMH manner.
The DC step-up converter I use here is just so I can have a portable source.
Also I like that I can send current directly through the conductor,
I probably won’t go back to the Leedskalnin coil setup.
Unless I need a really strong loop.

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #12 on: January 29, 2018, 08:08:05 PM »
Ok so, after talking with my biologist with the microscope,
He says he can’t do what I need.
And sent me to a materials physics lab that has an x-ray machine
that can be used on metals.

The process is very expensive and they told me my sample has to
be a specific size for their machine.
That would mean making a piece specifically designed to be tested.
And two tests at 3500 a pop is like 7 G’s just for my own curiosity....
I’m gonna leave that to the magneticians than actually “need” to know.

At this point I have to just assume that the field-loop alters the crystalline
structure, because according to the current model, that is what gives the
metal its’ magnetic properties. (in most cases)

does this mean that the structure itself can be governed by magnetic field
strength and orientation?

If so, could it be that the atomic feedback mechanism creates frequency
specific responses to the field, and forms shape similar to sonic structuring?

Hmm,  this is a lot to think about.

One magnetic theory proposes that since the magnetic moments of each
individual atomic/molecular dipole are out of phase with those nearby,
the frequencies cancel each other out, so there is no vibration.
Then expands into face-relation geometry of the crystals.

But if the geometry is a function of field components, one would assume
there must be at least one net (internal) oscillation.
Otherwise, we could sum the entire magnetic situation into a short equation
that resembles our 3 phase model of matter.
That’s too “simple”.... someone other than me would have figured that out by now.

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #13 on: January 29, 2018, 08:14:51 PM »
Given that experiments thus far show no fail-state with known solids,
we could be safe to assume that frozen liquids can also be made magnetic.

if I can magnetize ice, then by default, I can magnetize structured water.
So the real question is......

Can I structure water, using magnetism?

My next experiment along these lines will be to include a volume of water into a loop
and test for the presence of an exclusion-zone.

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Re: Need Leedskalnin PMH coil winding diagram
« Reply #14 on: February 03, 2018, 03:31:46 PM »
Because we are above absolute 0 (and the new abs-0 by a new theory)
but below Tc
We must use the Brillouin function to analyze the magnetization.

The reduction of this equation tells me that there must be
A change in temperature in the PMH.

More specifically, it should 'cool down' when it locks
And 'heat up' when it unlocks.

Does anyone's know of experiments done along these lines?