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Author Topic: Significant Performance Discovered During Circuit Simulation  (Read 1699 times)

Offline D.R.Jackson

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Significant Performance Discovered During Circuit Simulation
« on: February 13, 2018, 04:20:28 PM »
In the below plot you will see that an induced voltage is introduced upon the junction of TP_1 after the circuit in the simulation has run for a little while, this was discovered through a 60 second circuit simulation plot, the circuit was already designed to demonstrate over unity however since another resonance pops up later in the simulation after 6.4 seconds of simulation time, which was discovered later, this induced voltage raises the input voltage up from 12V DC to 22V DC which then begins to replace the 12V power supply voltage and then afterwards the power input from V1 drops down to 380 micro-watts while the output power across R1 is plotted on the 1 watt scale.  This unexpected discovery for an already unusual circuit has now pushed its performance forwards even more in terms of demonstrating several things many of us have believed with regards to resonance in inductive circuits being able to induce power into a circuit and this demonstrates a method for using that power to power the circuit.  You  can see all of the plots in the 3rd post of the page linked below.

Remember now I said this circuit was already designed to demonstrate over unity at the output, before this new phenomena was discovered and so this ups the performance as an unexpected surprise along the way.  The funny thing about this circuit is that originally 9 years ago I had the concept but not the right views of design and it all failed and I gave it all up, but something or rather some people brought me back to these circuits and I was trying to disprove them here recently on behalf of those showing a recent interest in the old circuits, but ended up re-envisioning them.