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Author Topic: V Gate experiment using a Ring Magnet  (Read 3216 times)

Offline citfta

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Re: V Gate experiment using a Ring Magnet
« Reply #30 on: November 22, 2018, 04:36:05 PM »
Hi Belfior,

I should have added, that by education I did not mean only formal education.  I agree with you completely we should do all the research we can about what others have done before.  And a lot of the time that means looking for information that is not included in formal education.  My problem with this forum and others is with those people that refuse to even take the time to learn the basics of physics or electronics.  It is pretty hard to go exploring unexplored areas if you can't even read a map.  In other words how can you know you are exploring an unexplored area if you can't read a map that shows you where the explored areas are?

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Carroll

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Re: V Gate experiment using a Ring Magnet
« Reply #30 on: November 22, 2018, 04:36:05 PM »

Offline Belfior

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Re: V Gate experiment using a Ring Magnet
« Reply #31 on: November 22, 2018, 04:57:52 PM »
Hi Belfior,

I should have added, that by education I did not mean only formal education.  I agree with you completely we should do all the research we can about what others have done before.  And a lot of the time that means looking for information that is not included in formal education.  My problem with this forum and others is with those people that refuse to even take the time to learn the basics of physics or electronics.  It is pretty hard to go exploring unexplored areas if you can't even read a map.  In other words how can you know you are exploring an unexplored area if you can't read a map that shows you where the explored areas are?

Take care,
Carroll

I can only hope that these people (including me) also do research and not just blurt out stuff without ever really going forward. I feel that I have learned a lot during the 1,5 years, but that is a long way from somebody who has worked in the field for 3 decades. I feel that I can learn the basics and still approach the issue from my point of view. Just keep asking questions and do not accept an answer that does not fully satisfy your problem. I bought an oscilloscope and I have designed and built some devices already for my own research. They save time and they provide the basics I am lacking. It also answers some questions that you did not even ask like "why did the output pin go silent, after I used that to drive a coil and what is that smoke?!?"

It is a big problem in my mind that people just keep posting videos and second hand information, without ever doing any actual research. I think simple circuits and magnet motors are something that anybody can do. Then they will come up with more questions like "will acceleration, gravity and angular momentum be enough to make 2 magnets pass each other".

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Re: V Gate experiment using a Ring Magnet
« Reply #32 on: November 22, 2018, 05:34:36 PM »
I was very suspicious to learn, that frequency does not play a part in some of the formulas like ampere's law. Like pulling a saw over your hand once is the same as doing it 30000 times per second. It has to have some effect, if not plain power addition

But then I found out it actually does and Maxwell had to change that law so his theories would work

https://demonstrations.wolfram.com/MaxwellsDisplacementCurrent/

So in circuits containing frequencies, you have to account for displacement current also. Displacement current depends on the rate of change. Well that is exactly what I was trying to say.

My question is:

Can I get more displacement current on the other side of the cap, if I pulse the other side with CMOS 10V DC with 90% duty cycle compared to pulsing it with 10D DV with 50% duty cycle?
Rate of change, at least in my mind, means the magnitude of the change, the slope of the change and the amount of changes (many pulses is "more change" per time unit)

This gets into Tesla's work on disruptive discharge, since he did a lot of work to keep the pulses unipolar and used large caps that can output the power "immediately". Both affect the rate of change


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Re: V Gate experiment using a Ring Magnet
« Reply #32 on: November 22, 2018, 05:34:36 PM »
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