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Author Topic: Circle of coils-containing-cores, self-powering ?  (Read 3748 times)

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Re: Circle of coils-containing-cores, self-powering ?
« Reply #15 on: August 15, 2018, 04:22:12 AM »
I did not want to add anymore posts to this thread, however, I only just remembered / rediscovered that most transformers have to be AC,  due to the saturation problem,  so that makes  the   "Circle of coils-containing-cores, self-powering ?"  design that I started this thread on,   problematic,  but maybe not  problematic  to people with a lot of experience in this field

I forgot that a method,  unless I'm wrong,   of avoiding saturation in iron-cores,  is to attach a wire( wires ? ) to it,  so any build up of current( due to saturation ) will drain of ,  I don't know how effective this method is
   
  That is obviously connected to the following thread I started -
https://overunity.com/17843/pulsing-an-iron-core-by-running-electrical-current-through-it/msg524849/#new