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## New theories about free energy systems => Theory of overunity and free energy => Topic started by: Eighthman on January 14, 2017, 10:02:56 PM

Title: Has Anybody Experimented With Oddly Shaped Coils?
Post by: Eighthman on January 14, 2017, 10:02:56 PM
Has anyone ever experimented with pulsing coils that are shaped with a spiraling cross section? Lemme explain.... I'm thinking of a sort of coil that corresponds to Schauberger flows of water.

The cross section of the coil would be roughly tear-dropped shaped - with that shape twisting or rotating along the course of the coil.
What I'm trying to come up with is an electromagnetic equivalent to what Schauberger did - in moving a mass (or current) in an unbalanced manner to produce free energy.

Anything like this?
Title: Re: Has Anybody Experimented With Oddly Shaped Coils?
Post by: sm0ky2 on January 19, 2017, 05:09:40 AM
Asymmetrical coils produce asymmetrical magnetic fields.
In the simple case of a conical coil- the field is more intense
at the smaller end of the coil and less intense at the larger end.

This is the general trend as you follow the curvature of the coil
As the loops get smaller, current through that part of the coil
induces a stronger magnetic field than the larger loop before it.
The opposite occurs as the loops get larger.

Title: Re: Has Anybody Experimented With Oddly Shaped Coils?
Post by: Paul-R on January 19, 2017, 05:12:08 PM
Asymmetrical coils produce asymmetrical magnetic fields.
In the simple case of a conical coil- the field is more intense
at the smaller end of the coil and less intense at the larger end.

This is the general trend as you follow the curvature of the coil
As the loops get smaller, current through that part of the coil
induces a stronger magnetic field than the larger loop before it.
The opposite occurs as the loops get larger.
Tesla used these, I believe: This sort of thing: