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Author Topic: SELF RECHARGING CAPACITOR?  (Read 9525 times)

Offline lumen

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SELF RECHARGING CAPACITOR?
« on: May 25, 2009, 04:41:49 PM »
Has anyone tried this? There are several references to this on the net so maybe it actually does work!

The Self-Recharging Capacitor

In 1939, Japanese physicist Dr. Eguchi , discovered how to construct and charge an infinitely self-recharging condenser device. He took two disks of metal and separated them with a thin layer of carnauba wax, heated them to 300 F for an hour, connected the two plates to the output circuit of a high voltage DC power supply [15,000 – 20,000 VDC] and kept the voltage leads connected for 24 hours while the assembly cooled and solidified. He discovered, to his amazement, that he could repeatedly discharge the device an infinite number of cycles without seeing a reduction in either the voltage or the amperage it produced with each subsequent discharge. This technology has been used in a number of different applications over the past 60 years, but is not found anywhere in common use today.

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SELF RECHARGING CAPACITOR?
« on: May 25, 2009, 04:41:49 PM »

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Re: SELF RECHARGING CAPACITOR?
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2009, 05:15:49 PM »
What's described here is an "electret", the electrical field analog of a "magnet".
It is in fact in common use today, in microphones, loudspeakers, Jefimenko slot motors, and so on.

Carnauba wax works well, you can make electrets easily at home using the HV from your tube TV's anode voltage. Carefully.

The energy that Eguchi extracted from his electret most likely came from his motions, charging and discharging the electret plates.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electret

Offline lumen

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Re: SELF RECHARGING CAPACITOR?
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2009, 06:03:57 PM »
So you understand it to be no more than a mechanical to electron flow converter and not actually self recharging?

"Using an electret capacitor for power is being tested
and researched at the Northern Electric Lab, at Ottawa, Canada. next they feel
that as well as saving up to 95% in power to power modern telephones, they will
also be able to produce a radio loud speaker using a simular powering system."

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Re: SELF RECHARGING CAPACITOR?
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Offline tak22

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Re: SELF RECHARGING CAPACITOR?
« Reply #3 on: May 25, 2009, 06:44:32 PM »
Hi lumen,
Electrets are a full and fascinating field of interest, both similar and complimentary to magnetics. Here's a quick read that will add to your thoughts:

http://keelynet.com/electret.htm
tak

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Re: SELF RECHARGING CAPACITOR?
« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2009, 11:03:47 AM »

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Re: SELF RECHARGING CAPACITOR?
« Reply #5 on: August 11, 2009, 05:34:38 PM »
Capacitors setting on a shelf should have a resistor (shunt) across the terminals, while they are in storage on the shelf to prevent accidental discharge when picking them up off the shelf. They develop dangerous charges just setting there.

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Re: SELF RECHARGING CAPACITOR?
« Reply #6 on: August 21, 2015, 03:02:21 AM »
Capacitors setting on a shelf should have a resistor (shunt) across the terminals, while they are in storage on the shelf to prevent accidental discharge when picking them up off the shelf. They develop dangerous charges just setting there.


that is wise to know this to be safe.

and helps to understand a little how capacitors are capable of recharging due to atmospheric conditions.


and thanks for the links mentioned above about electrets.


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What's described here is an "electret", the electrical field analog of a "magnet".
It is in fact in common use today, in microphones, loudspeakers, Jefimenko slot motors, and so on.

Carnauba wax works well, you can make electrets easily at home using the HV from your tube TV's anode voltage. Carefully.

The energy that Eguchi extracted from his electret most likely came from his motions, charging and discharging the electret plates.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electret



As you may or may not be aware, the earth's atmosphere is a gigantic capacitor. At its upper level, air molecules are constantly being ionized and then as the air circulates, the charge is eventually carried to the ground which has a negative charge with respect to the upper atmosphere.

Another source of atmospheric charge is condensing water vaper. As water evaporates, it gathers electrons the molecules in the liquid state are sharing, and leaves behind a positive charge. When it condenses in the atmosphere, it gives back the electrons creating a negative charge. This is why the cable generator's output increases in stormy weather.

Ham radio operators will certainly confirm that a coaxial cable strung out as an antenna will pick up static charge, especially in wet, stormy weather.
http://keelynet.com/electret.htm



BE SURE TO WEAR RUBBER GLOVES WHEN EXPERIMENTING WITH HIGH VOLTAGE, IT CAN KILL YOU. USE ONE HAND TO HANDLE IT WHEN YOU CAN. SO IT WILL NOT GO THROUGH THE HEART.

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Re: SELF RECHARGING CAPACITOR?
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