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Theoretical Research:
Lorentz force is as it says, a force. It can push against or toward the flow of current. It can have both, resulting in no net loss as in the case of the ideal inductor.

The majority of the magnetic field from conventional powerful magnets is caused by electron intrinsic spin, which also produces a vortex of space flow. The size of the magnet plays a noticeable role in the velocity of the space flow, which is why the space flow around Earth is significant. It's possible to achieve comparable velocities with magnets, but it's a bit more complicated, sometimes resulting in unpredictable experiments due to the inertia required to build up a substantial velocity, location, and the properties of material that space is flowing through. I'm told that location can be one of the most important factors in this technology for the leading edge researcher who will give this technology to humanity.

Kator01:
TR,

you have asked for a simple method of measuring rf-currents. This can be done by measuring rf- voltage across a 50 Ohm dummy-load with successive rectification, see here

https://www.nonstopsystems.com/radio/frank_radio_antenna_power-probe.htm

dummy-load left to the BNC is not shown. The rf is fed to the 50 Ohm dummy and the voltage-drop across it fed into the BNC

The most common germanim diode you can get is this here : AA143

https://www.rf-microwave.com/datasheets/5992_Microsemi_AA143_01.pdf

Hope this will help you

wish you success

Mike


Edit: concerning the 50 Ohm-dummy resistor: you need a  rf-resistor-type since standart-resitors distort the resulting voltage by
their inner inductance. Chip-resistor would be the best choice

http://uk.farnell.com/c/passive-components/resistors-fixed-value/rf-resistors?DM_PersistentCookieCreated=true



Theoretical Research:

--- Quote from: Kator01 on November 20, 2017, 07:24:27 PM ---TR,

you have asked for a simple method of measuring rf-currents. This can be done by measuring rf- voltage across a 50 Ohm dummy-load with successive rectification, see here

https://www.nonstopsystems.com/radio/frank_radio_antenna_power-probe.htm

dummy-load left to the BNC is not shown. The rf is fed to the 50 Ohm dummy and the voltage-drop across it fed into the BNC

The most common germanim diode you can get is this here : AA143

https://www.rf-microwave.com/datasheets/5992_Microsemi_AA143_01.pdf

Hope this will help you

wish you success

Mike

--- End quote ---

Thanks, I was going to build the mixer circuit that looks at the the capacitor anomalous voltage, but I decided it might be a bit too much headache for replicators. Diode would be easier, but at these voltage levels it's based on the square law, which means the scope would have a lot of problem seeing it. There's another idea that requires nothing but an oscilloscope, signal generator, copper wire & foil. :)

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