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Author Topic: Extracting energy from A-Vector potential  (Read 11514 times)

Offline Magnethos

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Re: Extracting energy from A-Vector potential
« Reply #15 on: June 19, 2015, 02:08:08 PM »
V(t) = L dI/dt

Where:
t = time
V = Voltage
I = Amps (current)
L = Inductance (Henry's)

On one side of the transformer, you have a low voltage, higher current
on the other side you have a low current, higher voltage
Power through the transformer remains the same, over time.

If you pull current from the closed loop, you change the Inductance.
The main question is how to extract energy from the closed loop wire and check how it affects to the consumption in the transformer. The theories are ok but the last answer will be found measuring the parameters.

Offline forest

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Re: Extracting energy from A-Vector potential
« Reply #16 on: June 19, 2015, 02:19:36 PM »
V(t) = L dI/dt

Where:
t = time
V = Voltage
I = Amps (current)
L = Inductance (Henry's)

On one side of the transformer, you have a low voltage, higher current
on the other side you have a low current, higher voltage
Power through the transformer remains the same, over time.

If you pull current from the closed loop, you change the Inductance.


The last statement is simplified. Can you elaborate in detail , how it is done ? Let say we have quite long output wires so the load is far from the transformer....

Offline synchro1

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Re: Extracting energy from A-Vector potential
« Reply #17 on: June 19, 2015, 03:42:54 PM »
Where can I find more information about that subject?
I've been searching on Google about "siamese toroids" and I've only seen 2 results. Can you say me where have you got that picture?

EDIT: I've found the info. Thanks anyway.

http://www.electrogravity.com/TELOSTESTS/vectorpot1.htm

Dave45

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Re: Extracting energy from A-Vector potential
« Reply #18 on: June 19, 2015, 10:14:17 PM »
That is not "anti-gravity", it is electromagnetic repulsion.
like the mag-lev trains
Its' no different than placing two magnets together in repulsion.

if an A/C signal is used, you can control the amplitude of the repulsive effect by bringing the two signals into and out of phase with each other.
Or varying the frequenies between harmonic and disruptive combinations.

The coils would have to push against each other or a metal for there to be magnetic repulsion.
This may be something else  :o