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Author Topic: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum  (Read 642854 times)

Offline kolbacict

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #3720 on: June 18, 2022, 10:26:23 AM »
Question for connoisseurs. Oscillograms at the terminals of the motors. The motor is connected to a power source through 40 ohms, the voltage in both cases is 5 volts. The engine is from the VM12 video recorder
makes by eye, ten times more revolutions than from VCR Electronics508. The oscillograms were taken with the same sweep time.
Which motor has more poles?

Offline mkjekyll

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Re: Wesley's Kapanadze and other FE discussion forum
« Reply #3721 on: June 21, 2022, 03:51:56 AM »
It would appear the top oscillogram has more poles even though the bottom seems to have slight more compressions and rarefactions per the grid.  The top has some cancellation from the sweep resonance so could have a harmonic multiple more poles.

Just a guess anyways...

Wesley,
My question is with the deep dive you have made into the Schumann wave guide transmission and harvesting, have you had any serious overvoltage/current events from drawing too fast such as a lightening strike?

Thanks,
Mick