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Author Topic: Kapanadze and other FE discussion  (Read 1204083 times)

SolarLab

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1035 on: January 14, 2019, 07:57:37 PM »
F.Y.I.

Interesting and helpful REAL LIFE examples of the use of modern Computer Aided
Engineering (CAE) to find the answers and solve the mysteries of excess energy generation.

Example #1.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCC8mY7ykM4

Intro/Overview: "Watch to the end if you want to understand! Installation Principle
Ruslan Kulabukhov 2019, Tariel Kapanadze, Stephen Mark, Akula083 Calculator
http: //cxem.net/software/download/cal ... Single Phase Current Push System
https://vk.com/doc442363570_487639626 Two Phase Current Push System
https: //vk.com/doc442363570_488467031 Two Phase Current Push System for Meier
Cell https://vk.com/doc442363570_489097188

Example #2 (today).

Another proof that modern Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) software tools can/will
definitely assist in FE research.
https://overunity.com/15154/selfrunning-free-energy-permanent-magnet-motor-the-simon-magnet-motor-motor/msg530048/#msg530048

From Simon to Hartiberlin [Stephan posting]: Quote, in part:

"Now, after having perfected my understanding of how to rightly use ANSYS Maxwell,
I simulated the two modified versions that he built; the software confirmed the behaviour
of the prototypes.
The software confirmed the extremely high cogging torque and the
extremely short deceleration time.

Here's the sweet part. The software revealed that for the prototype to work, the rotor
magnets should be reduced to either 40, or 30, or 20, or 10, etc. (Note, his prototype
has 50 rotor magnets.) The software also revealed that the net forward and net back
magnetomotive forces(mmfs) of the prototype are heavily dependent on the airgap
lengths between the rotor magnets." 

It's for sure happening; as hoped and expressed - yay!:

Using modern Computer Aided Engineering to solve the Excess Energy (Free Energy)
mystery; as promoted and predicted here in this "SAEC Project paper presented in the
forums December 29, 2018:

https://overunity.com/17735/wesleys-kapanadze-and-other-fe-discussion-forum/msg529052/#msg529052

ALTERNATE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT - TIME FOR A PARADYNE CHANGE

Quote, in part:

"Recent capabilities in the areas of worldwide networking and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE)
have reached a level where it is now possible to employ skilled energy developers throught the world
by linking them all together to collectively engineer solutions through the use of a coordinated, modern,
analysis and simulation engineering tool set."

Interesting - could be we're "Three in the Green," "On course and on the Glide Path,"
"our Rate of decent is good," and we'll be at the "Destination Gate" within a few minutes!

Just a heads-up about some real work that's actually taking place out here... Hopefully it will
help to relieve the depression and dispare that some appear to have right now and serve to inspire!
Some REAL proofs. Lots more in the pipeline.

FIN

 
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forest

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1036 on: January 14, 2019, 09:14:00 PM »
Some interesting videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPk345S4GGY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eH2TWPJiwEA
now, you can do a third coil on top of this loosely coupled and  this will be very close to Kapanadze device I think

Hoppy

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1037 on: January 14, 2019, 10:33:01 PM »
And yes, Fabrice Andre use 220W from grid!!!
Kapanadze use Power from Grid in Turkey experiment!!!
Kapanadzes device is Amplifiere!!!
There is no FE.
GreenBox video last only some minutes and after listening of "tapes" I know about that!
Hi Ansis,
Nothing surprising about that but what is amplified - the voltage?

AlienGrey

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1038 on: January 14, 2019, 11:16:11 PM »
This is 90 deg phase shift try getting that out of a TL494

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stivep

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1040 on: January 15, 2019, 01:44:58 AM »
Thank you SolarLab for delivery of Russian News

Спасибо за доставку ваших новостей.
Трамп называет его поддельные новости. Посмотрите на это снова.
Wesley

stivep

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1041 on: January 15, 2019, 02:02:47 AM »
type of the dielectric
Look at sparks at the edge
compare it  with video https://youtu.be/KLAPRNWuAn4?t=1187
Wesley

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1042 on: January 15, 2019, 02:20:25 AM »
Hi Wesley. I did already point out to you here that those anti-static blocks that you have
contain a lot of carbon (very conductive) to give the material its anti-static properties.
This is why the material is a dark black color. The material may be covered with a thin plastic
coating to act as an insulator to lower voltages, but HV will pass right through such a thin plastic
layer and be conducted away, which is how it works as an anti-static material.

If you measure the surface resistance with an ohmmeter, does it measure infinite resistance?
If so, then it is probably coated with a thin layer of insulating plastic. Basically those carbon filled
anti-static blocks are about the same as using a block of conductive metal. :)


stivep

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1043 on: January 15, 2019, 02:33:51 AM »
Hi Wesley. I did already point out to you here that those anti-static blocks that you have
contain a lot of carbon (very conductive) to give the material its anti-static properties.
This is why the material is a dark black color. The material may be covered with a thin plastic
coating to act as an insulator to lower voltages, but HV will pass right through such a thin plastic
layer and be conducted away, which is how it works as an anti-static material.
If you measure the surface resistance with an ohmmeter, does it measure infinite resistance?
If so, then it is probably coated with a thin layer of insulating plastic. Basically those carbon filled
anti-static blocks are about the same as using a block of conductive metal. :)

https://www.quadrantplastics.com/na-en/products/engineering-plastics/standard/tivarr-uhmw-pe-family-of-products/tivarr-dryslide/
No my friend  the resistance is  >20GOhm
Product Overview   
Electro Static Dissipative 
Ideal for dusty environments 
Helps reduce surging 
Won't mar packaging or products 
Corrosion-resistant 
Self-lubricating   
Reduces noise 
No moisture absorption
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http://qepp.matweb.com/search/DataSheet.aspx?Bassnum=P1SMP17&ckck=1

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The enhanced coefficient of friction and anti-static properties make TIVAR® DrySlide an excellent performer in dusty environments.
Even damp boxes or parcels covered in shrink-wrap won't stick to TIVAR® DrySlide. In addition, the enhanced surface lubricity won't
mar packaging or products, but allow them to move freely without jamming from dirt, grit or static build-up.
TIVAR® DrySlide is and available in 48" x 120" sheets, with gauge sizes ranging from 1/4" to 2".

Wesley

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1044 on: January 15, 2019, 03:37:44 AM »


Wesley
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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1045 on: January 15, 2019, 03:48:12 AM »
Hi Wesley my friend, I did already quote you this here earlier, I believe, directly from the Tivar product literature, but here it is again:
"The incorporation of an effective carbon black grade renders this material electrostatic dissipative properties."

As I said before, it has carbon in it to give the material its *conductive* anti-static properties.
If the material wasn't conductive to high voltages it would be useless as an anti-static material for floor mats or whatever else. :)

Again, as I have explained, the material may well be plastic coated to give it a very high resistance to lower voltages
(rendering it as an insulator as a floor mat for example if someone accidentally touches voltages such as 120V or 220V),
but high voltages will easily jump across the thin insulating plastic coating and dissipate through the conductive carbon
in its interior, allowing it to work as an effective anti-static material.  Those Tivar blocks in strong (high voltage) electric fields
are almost like blocks of conducting metal. I would guess that if you puncture the Tivar material with some pointy multimeter probes
and measure the resistance that way that it may well register as a quite low resistance, not that I am asking you to damage
your Tivar blocks if you don't want to. :) All the best...

stivep

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1046 on: January 15, 2019, 04:19:32 AM »
Hi Wesley my friend, I did already quote you this here earlier, I believe, directly from the Tivar product literature, but here it is again:
"The incorporation of an effective carbon black grade renders this material electrostatic dissipative properties."
As I said before, it has carbon in it to give the material its *conductive* anti-static properties.
If the material wasn't conductive to high voltages it would be useless as an anti-static material for floor mats or whatever else. :)
look here:
Product Data Sheet
Surface Resistivity per Square
1e+05 - 1.00e+9 ohm1e+05 - 1.00e+9 ohmASTM D257
Wesley

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1047 on: January 15, 2019, 05:04:38 AM »
 Corona  seen on conductor in Tesla coil has nothing to do with dielectric.
There was no single piece of wire or any conductor.


This part of a  big slab is totally dielectric  and anti-static and uniform in its consistency.
Surface wave is giving you HV charge on the surface of dielectric.

Surface of dielectric is the interface with air.
In contrast to it the wood below can not serve as lossy  conducting medium as it is not conducting.
Earth is used as returned wire for HV and LW power networks.
The  difference between surface of dielectric is that at frequencies  higher than approximately 52MHz  uneven surface    cancels continuity of the surface  wave.
With earth however there is a need for proper resonant transformer  to be able to receive the surface wave.
In addition  I was in Near Field and that can explain sparks in my mouth.
 
Wesley
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Void

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1048 on: January 15, 2019, 05:27:05 AM »
Hi Wesley. I haven't worked with that specific material before, but I know well the reason
it has carbon infused into the material (gives it its dark black color). The carbon is in there
100% for certain to make the material conductive to high voltages. The carbon may possibly be
interspersed thoughout the material with other substances in such a way that gives it a high resistivity
to lower voltages (say less than 500V) even in its interior, but for absolute certain that material
is conductive enough to high voltages or it would be completely useless as an anti-static material.

To continue to deny something that obvious would be completely ridiculous. :)

Also, it absolutely would not show high voltage corona discharge between the Tivar blocks if the
material was not at least somewhat conductive to high voltages. It doesn't take super high conductivity
in a material for it to conduct a significant current when a high voltage is applied across it.
That Tivar
material with the carbon compound in it is very clearly conductive enough to high voltages to act as
an effective anti-static material, or they most definitely wouldn't be selling it as such, and also as seen
in your video screen shot, to allow corona discharge to occur between the two blocks of Tivar.
:)

Carbon is a quite a good conductor, especially when high voltage is applied across it. If you have any doubts,
please look it up, and please do contact the manufacturer of those Tivar blocks and ask them why the material
has carbon in it, and ask them what that Tivar material's conductivity is when subjected to very high voltage. ;)



stivep

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #1049 on: January 15, 2019, 05:42:14 AM »
Quadrant EPP TIVAR® DrySlide UHMW-PE, Lubricant Filled, Electro Static Dissipative
UHMW-PE
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Redco™ Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) has extremely low moisture absorption, a very low coefficient of friction, is self lubricating and is highly resistant to abrasion (10 times more resistant to abrasion than carbon steel). Redco™ UHMW has the highest impact strength of any thermoplastic presently made and is highly resistant to corrosive chemicals, with an exception of oxidizing acids.
Redco™ UHMW plastic is known for its durability, machinability, versatility and cost-effectiveness. Virgin UHMW is FDA compliant and is used in applications where high levels of friction are likely to arise including chain channel, wear strips, belt scrapers, guides, and rollers. Redco™ UHMW can be machined into virtually anything from small bearings to large sprockets and liner systems. Due to an extremely low coefficient of friction, its inherent lubricity minimizes friction resulting in a smooth, noiseless operation.
Outperforming and more cost effective than metal in many applications. Redco™ UHMW is highly durable and available in a wide variety of formulations and grades.
   https://www.redwoodplastics.com/products/uhmw-polyethylene/

Quote
quote from data :
Surface Resistivity per Square
1e+05 - 1.00e+9 ohm1e+05 - 1.00e+9 ohmASTM D257
https://www.astm.org/Standards/D257.htm
here you have its electric properties based on American standards. D257
Nothing you say is found here.
 this is American product not some of Far  East, Eastern European  garbage
Wesley