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Author Topic: Seeking OverUnity through Resonant Inductive Coupling  (Read 3117 times)

Offline CoastieRM2

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Re: Seeking OverUnity through Resonant Inductive Coupling
« Reply #15 on: February 05, 2018, 03:15:28 AM »
Have been making progress with the build.  Completed 4 secondary coils yesterday alone, making that a very good day. As with every step of this build, nothing has been easy.  Hoping to finish the remaining secondary coils (12) without damaging any primary connections. BIG concern as any needed repair would require removal of secondary coils.  A task I would not enjoy!

While taking some time to double check connectivity to this point in the build, my curiosity got the better of me and I had to explore a little more.  A couple of anomalies have surfaced and will attempt to describe hoping someone may be able to provide some insight.

With the device powered up and the control unit adjusted to pulsing the primary (electromagnet) coils at a frequency of 2.000Hz, all appears to be functioning as anticipated. That is, visible magnetic field rotation with visible secondary rotation at each of the nine primary sets of electromagnets and a small amount of energy available on the secondary (collector) coils. This verification is made possible with strategically located compasses reflecting the described rotation.

Apologies for the poor video of the compasses but I am still learning the limitations of the site also.

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Offline CoastieRM2

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Re: Seeking OverUnity through Resonant Inductive Coupling
« Reply #16 on: February 05, 2018, 03:32:44 AM »
With the unit powered up and I increase the pulsing frequency of the primary coils, as the frequency approaches that of the Schumann Cavity (7.813Hz) the compasses begin to slow and come to a complete stop slightly above same. The output energy on the secondary coils however, continues to increase.  As the compasses appear to park themselves, I find it interesting that they have parked themselves in alignment with the built in magnetic memory of the magnet cores.  I am perplexed by the apparent loss of active magnetic flux found at lower frequencies and the increase in induced energy without the presence of an active magnetic flux. There is, most likely, an obvious explanation. Will have to do some homework I guess.


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Re: Seeking OverUnity through Resonant Inductive Coupling
« Reply #17 on: February 06, 2018, 02:13:55 PM »
Edited (corrected) version of above . . .
With the unit powered up and increasing the pulsing frequency of the primary coils to near that of the Schumann Cavity (7.813Hz), the compasses have both stopped spinning, appear parked and are slightly vibrating. The output energy on the secondary coils however, continues to increase.  As the compasses appear to park themselves, I find it interesting that they have parked themselves in alignment with the built in magnetic memory of the magnet cores.  I am perplexed by the apparent loss of "active", or excited, magnetic flux found at lower frequencies and the increase in induced energy without the presence of an active magnetic flux. There is, most likely, an obvious explanation. Will have to do some homework I guess.

Taking a break for a few days for a much needed trip down island.  Plan to park my butt in the sand somewhere and let the Caribbean sun and surf wash away this winter's crud. Perhaps I may even get an idea, or two, regarding the anomalies.

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Re: Seeking OverUnity through Resonant Inductive Coupling
« Reply #17 on: February 06, 2018, 02:13:55 PM »
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