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Offline giantkiller

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Tesla's rotating magnetic field generator
« on: September 14, 2006, 12:19:55 AM »
Snap, crackle, pop...
The basic Patent is Tesla's 390,721. The patent exists for the mechanical. The full implications are not fully documented.

Step 1: a 4 coil toroid that generates a rotational magnetic field.
a frequency above 40k hz generates free power across another coil.
Proof: Tom Bearden stated that a spinning magent operates exactly like a gyroscope. The same laws of physics apply.
Proof: Steven Mark demo'd the effect with his 3", 6" 17" coil. 5k hz is too low.

Step 2: A duplicate 4 coil toriod mechanically meshed with the first one, operated in reverse order.
The easiest way to get the mesh is to use dual conductor or speaker wire.
Proof: Steven Marks has 2 on switches on the 17" coil. Counter rotating magnetic fields produced by 2 intermeshed 4 coils rings.

Now when both rotation speeds are the same the effect is one crossover point some where on the coil. This obviously can be used as an x/y navigation during Levitation.
By varying either speed ever so slightly precise shifting control can be gained.

So how do we achieve higher interference rates? 2 ways: increase the current to the coils (this creates more flux lines) or up the rotation speed  (This causes more lines of fluxes to cross each each other). Or, oh my God, do both!

Now we know that any rotational speed higher than 40k will radiate magnetic fields, like radio, microwave.

By putting the higher speed emminations in a toroid we end up with a magnetic compression engine. The center is a twisted, highly compressed magnetic force that produces a magnetic black hole.
In the compression center as the lines of flux are highly enregized and cut through each other both but can't cross center, the toriod ( with a twisted center) becomes a
magnetic ball that at different speed causes really fantastic anomolies. Would you care to speculate, like levtation, cloaking, interdimensional traversing of space.
We are talking huge field effects. These effects are already shown at the shoutwire site for the SETI alien contact video.

My avatar is the next coil rendition. And how do I get the high current into it. I will wire one coil to the 1,2,3,4 spark wires of an autombile and run the 1,2,3,4 of the other coil to
another vehicle to run at a different speed. The RPMs won't get above 40k on the ring rotation speed but the interference speed should be high enough. The only problem is you show up on radar.

So be cool.

On another note:
The hutchison effect is the application of a 2nd frequency against the base frequency of our magnetic environment and another frequency imposed against that. The effects are caused by the line of flux cutting across each other. Anything in the way gets altered, weight, atomic makeup.

The Lifter technology proves levitation. The instability is from being on the edge of the field. It wil never be stable because it is on the end of the field.

I made a previous statement to the release of information to the world as I get it. I am up all 24/7 in spells analysizing and deriving. Anybody out there taht doesn't want to believe or understand then that is your problem. None of the findings here break the laws of physics. Stay on board. See the SETI contac video!
I don't want to sell this because I don't want visitors. And nobody can sell this. This knowledge is now public domain and the government doesn't want that.

Once again, cut the crap theories. The force, Luke, is called the magnetic field between the lines of flux, not aether. Start your on new age post and stay out of reality.

The gauntlet is thrown.
I slay giants, lest I die in darkness. 
Oh, and by the way.... You heard it first! Now tell your friends and pass it on and lets get this show on the road.
 


 
 

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Offline kames

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Re: Tesla's rotating magnetic field generator
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2006, 03:51:00 AM »
Hello giantkiller,

Hmmm?, interesting. The uniqueness of Tesla rotating field is that the coils (magnetic poles) are placed along the perimeter of the toroid and not towards the center of the toroid, like in most of the electric motors. Despite that, a compass needle is still rotating even when placed in the center of the toroid, which is based on the theory should not have any magnetic flux getting outside the magnetic core. Did you see, I believe SciFi or History channel, a movie about Tesla museum with a rotating compass needle? There are some reports and patents, even very recent, that the net energy gain is obtained by moving around the magnetic flux in opposed to crossing it. Not sure if this is the case for Steven Mark, he is using a permanent magnet, but who knows.
Not a problem for me to use 40 kHz, however, using two rotating fields in different directions is also worth of testing.
Not bad at all. If you have any anomalies recorded, can you tell us about it?

Regards,

Kames.

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Re: Tesla's rotating magnetic field generator
« Reply #2 on: September 16, 2006, 10:22:33 AM »
Hi Giantkiller,

You and I are both on the same page with the Mark Device there! I too have been doing some extensive research into the Tesla rotating magnetic fields, although the rendition I ended up with finally was not in the same form as Tesla's device. I attached a picture of what I made at the end of the post. Basically, it is a toroidal transformer with two large coils wrapped around it at 90 degrees. The idea was to feed current into the two coils 90 degrees out of phase (like a two-phase motor) to create the artificial rotating field. Then I could induce current in the toroid. Right now, I set it up to work at 5kHz which puts out little to no power so I'll need to change my caps and up the frequency to something higher (like the 80 kHz that you mentioned).

But I wanted to ask you, how are you going to feed the power into the four coils to create the rotating field?? I want to try that experiment for myself as well to see what I can get. Are you using an air core for that test or a ferrous core?

God Bless,
Jason O
« Last Edit: September 18, 2006, 06:06:34 AM by Jdo300 »

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Re: Tesla's rotating magnetic field generator
« Reply #3 on: September 18, 2006, 02:07:17 AM »
Dude, that is shaweet! Where'd ya get the core.

I have Iron pipe core now. Tao told me about styrofoam toroids at Craft stores. I can wrap another one up and throw it into the design. My platform is totally programmable.

I started posts in the 'Master of magnetics' section. Simply because that is where everybody is. This thread is not achievable unit the SM coils are reversed engineered.

I am putting doco together now. For power I am either gonna use PVC or copper pipe with ten turns of 16g wire connected directly to the avatar configuration. I then slip these coils pickups onto spark plug  wires 1,2,3,4 on my truck. Ain't that redneck?. Variable speed?!?! at great voltages.
We be rockin' to a meltdown!

And "God bless" to you too, brother.
As you can see by my avatar the configuration has grown. "It's alive!?!?!" I am now investigatng driver circuits. There is a ton out there.
It is not what we do now, but afterwards that make us great!

Fire back when you can...
Ciao.


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Re: Tesla's rotating magnetic field generator
« Reply #4 on: September 18, 2006, 02:25:57 AM »
Hey Giantkiller,

Actually, I made the core in the picture myself from some scrap 1" thick Lexan I found (I have access to the machine shop at my school). Good luck with the spark plug idea, not bad at all though I'd watch out for the HV spikes you'll undoubtedly make. As for myself, I have a couple of function generators that I can use to produce the two frequencies in the coils. I have some additional thoughts about this that I will post later as I a do experiments. My first goal for now is to wind the coils for the collectors and control wires. At the moment, I'm trying to decide what gauge wire to use for the control wires. I'm leaning toward using my 24 gauge wire for the collectors. Steven talks about using multi-stranded wire for them so I can cut a few lengths of the 24 gauge and wind them through my tubes (see my other post on the Master of Magnets thread for more info).

God Bless,
Jason O

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Offline raburgeson

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Re: Tesla's rotating magnetic field generator
« Reply #5 on: September 24, 2006, 10:15:16 AM »
Well spell it out exactly voltage rotational speed. IF you use a hollow arbor and insert a small shaft inside it with a twisted spline on one end and straight spline on the other end. Put 2 full contact insulated slip rings in the middle of the arbor and 2 slip rings with a 90 degree conductor on each at the end of the arbor with the twisted spline.One on the arbor, one one the twisted spline shaft. Hold this on the twisted spline end with a bolt and a coil spring between 2 nylon washers. This will hold the outside slip ring against the arbor. The gear at the drive end , one side bored to fit the arbor the other half of the hub fits the straight spline end. Slide the splined shaft in and out to advance or retard the outer slip ring. The 2 end slip rings set four contacts 90 degrees apart wired to rotate the field either direction you wish. Wire one inner slip ring to one outer ring and the other to the other. Rotate any type of signal you wish and change the timing on one of the coils. If my discription sucks I can draw it and post it.

 

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Re: Tesla's rotating magnetic field generator
« Reply #6 on: September 27, 2006, 05:11:00 AM »
rab,

that would be very,very helpful if you can make those drawings and post.  i think there are several guys following the steven marks site that would really appreciate it. 
thanks in advance,
sam

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Re: Tesla's rotating magnetic field generator
« Reply #7 on: September 27, 2006, 06:46:34 AM »
twisting splines is hard, here's a simple way. Posted this on Steven Mark tread also. Get a square plastic box large enough to mount motors 6" apart. Mount 2 12 volt motors (low amperage with at least 3/8 long armatures) with the armatures pointing up out of the box. Drill holes and bring the power wires out through the side. Cut a plastic plate slightly larger than the box and drill 2 holes larger than the armatures so you can place it flat on top. Be generous the armature is probably 1/16" so make 3/8"holes, make enough room so the hub with set screw don't drag. Make a couple of plastic washers almost 3" in diameter and put thoughs generous sized holes in the center of them also. Take springy brass shim stock strips thick enough to fit a female spade conector, dimple one end with a punch, drill a hole 2/3 the way away from the dimple, and trim the back side to fit the female spade. Lay out the plastic washers with 2 perpendicular center lines. Get a condutive piece of round stock 1 1/2 to 2 inches in diameter at least 4" long. Go see a friend that has a lathe. You need to know what size nylon bushings are availible in your area that will fit the armature, first have your friend drill the center of the stock to the outside diameter of the nylon bushings deep enough to make a couple pieces, 1" is fine. Then have him cut into the stock about 1/4" deep from the lennth of the bar, leave about 1/4" thick walls, enough stock to drill and tap. Then back the tool up the bar and part it off leaving enough stock full diameter (the thickness of a coin is fine). You don't want to make it heavy. Take a small drill and drill and tapfor a set screw, make a second one. On the side with the hub mark out a 90 degree V and paint the other part of the surface with epoxy. Leave the top bare. You just made a simple slip ring that distributes on one side. Take the plastic washers (loose fit everthing together to make sure nothing rubs, if it does it's no to late to enlarge the holes your cover plate is loose yet) Set your brushes dimple side up around the washer with the dimples on the layout lines. There are several ways to attach the brushes, the pressure is slight. I use auto trim cement only from the hole back to the spade end, the dimple needs to be loose, bent up slightlyto make contact with the slipring. Put it all together,don't over tighten the set screws, small diameter screws crack nylon bushings easy. The plastic washers are loose at this point, just outside the outer diameter drill a small hole, screw in a flat head screw. Loosen to set timing turn the washer and tighten lightly to lock. Glue or plastic weld the top plastic plate down. Make a final set of brushes out of shim stock. Just custom bend these to rub the top of the slipring anywere and  reach an area outside the plastic washers (remember to trim these to fit a spade and bend the spade end up before gluing. Attach 2 cheap train transformers to the motors and have fun. Your input spade will be handy, you can get a ten guage female and crimp several 16 guage wires into it. I pried on open a bit futher and got 4 in one. put male spades on the other ends. You can now input several signals time them and control the speed of rotation for each coil seperately. Now my fingers are numb, have fun. Almost forgot when conecting the spades on the washers wire one motor clockwise the other counterclockwise.

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Re: Tesla's rotating magnetic field generator
« Reply #8 on: October 21, 2006, 12:52:33 PM »
are some of you implying you could replicate the hunchinson effect?

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Re: Tesla's rotating magnetic field generator
« Reply #9 on: October 21, 2006, 04:35:23 PM »
...by which you mean the Hutchinson effect:
http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=%22hutchinson+effect%22&meta=
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Re: Tesla's rotating magnetic field generator
« Reply #10 on: October 21, 2006, 10:33:04 PM »
On another note:
The hutchison effect is the application of a 2nd frequency against the base frequency of our magnetic environment and another frequency imposed against that. The effects are caused by the line of flux cutting across each other. Anything in the way gets altered, weight, atomic makeup

This is the hutchison effect
http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-7027255937915952897&q=Hutchinson+effect

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