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CoastieRM2:
I would be curious if there is any interest in these efforts.

Cheers


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CoastieRM2:
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CoastieRM2:
Okay, not certain which moderator to thank but am thankful, none the less.

Okay, lets get right to it!

WikipediA defines resonant inductive coupling or magnetic phase synchronous coupling as a phenomenon with inductive coupling where the coupling becomes stronger when the “secondary” (load-bearing) side of the loosely coupled coil resonates. This definition opens up a variety of ideas for me to investigate as I immediately saw an opportunity to remove all mechanics from the picture developing in my mind.

Conceptually, I clearly visualized a segmented group of electromagnets (primary coils) with each segment being pulsed in sequence which, in turn, were coupled to numerous secondary “collector” coils that resonate to the frequency at which the individual groups of electromagnets were being pulsed. All this is happening in a spinning magnetic field generated by the positioning and sequential pulsing of the electromagnets. Meanwhile, every single collector coil gets coupled with every single pulse of an electromagnet. The secondary or collector coils are actually tuned LC coils that are designed to resonate with the induced pulsing DC current provided to the electromagnets. Combined with the established rotating magnetic “field” and a secondary with no resistance (no inductive reactance or capacitive reactance) to current flow, the generator should become highly efficient.

Any thoughts . . . ?

The following illustration may help you understand my vision. Oh yes, I have been building the illustrated research tool and preliminary testing is quite encouraging.

CoastieRM2:
Oops, thought the animated gif. file would be supported here.  So, no animation!  What was to be demonstrated was the reversal of magnetic field in each segment as the pulsing continued around the toroid.  Imagine this at a significantly higher frequency.

gyulasun:
Hi CoastieRM2,

Would like to ask how you would attempt to take energy out from your setup? 
Resonant LC coils normally work at reduced Q quality factors whenever one attempts to couple out energy from them, unfortunately, and any voltage 'gain' becomes less the more load is imposed. 

A question: do you use the electromagnets for doing 'tasks' other than exciting the tuned LC coils?  Also, do you use ferromagnetic cores in the coils? Also, how many 'segmented electromagnets' you are using? I ask just to better learn about your setup.

Thanks, Gyula




--- Quote from: CoastieRM2 on January 19, 2018, 11:35:04 PM ---Okay, not certain which moderator to thank but am thankful, none the less.

Okay, lets get right to it!

WikipediA defines resonant inductive coupling or magnetic phase synchronous coupling as a phenomenon with inductive coupling where the coupling becomes stronger when the “secondary” (load-bearing) side of the loosely coupled coil resonates. This definition opens up a variety of ideas for me to investigate as I immediately saw an opportunity to remove all mechanics from the picture developing in my mind.

Conceptually, I clearly visualized a segmented group of electromagnets (primary coils) with each segment being pulsed in sequence which, in turn, were coupled to numerous secondary “collector” coils that resonate to the frequency at which the individual groups of electromagnets were being pulsed. All this is happening in a spinning magnetic field generated by the positioning and sequential pulsing of the electromagnets. Meanwhile, every single collector coil gets coupled with every single pulse of an electromagnet. The secondary or collector coils are actually tuned LC coils that are designed to resonate with the induced pulsing DC current provided to the electromagnets. Combined with the established rotating magnetic “field” and a secondary with no resistance (no inductive reactance or capacitive reactance) to current flow, the generator should become highly efficient.

Any thoughts . . . ?

The following illustration may help you understand my vision. Oh yes, I have been building the illustrated research tool and preliminary testing is quite encouraging.

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