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Author Topic: Pulsing an iron-core by running electrical-current through it ?  (Read 270 times)

Offline postingsite

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What actually is the most efficient way to pulse an iron-core, which is normally pulsed by the coil in which the core is placed .

   - Could a more efficient method to pulse an iron-core,  be to run a pulse of current through it,  the same( amount ) of pulsed current that was going to be run through the coil in which the core was normally placed  ?

   -  You would still require a coil ( maybe with a different number of windings or thickness ) around the core, to collect any energy gain,  unless,  there is some other method to collect that energy gain  ?
         
    -  Could an alternative method to collect energy gain from an  iron-core,  be to attach two wires to it,  and then pulse the core via some method which does not use those two wires ( maybe by attaching a third and fourth wire to the core in order to pulse it )   ?

    -  Would this alternative method of pulsing an iron-core,  result in more surplus output from the  iron-core  ?

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Re: Pulsing an iron-core by running electrical-current through it ?
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2018, 05:48:01 AM »
       
    -  Could an alternative method to collect energy gain from an  iron-core,  be to attach two wires to it,  and then pulse the core via some method which does not use those two wires ( maybe by attaching a third and fourth wire to the core in order to pulse it )   ?

   Four wires running to and from the iron-core,  probably not logical,  since any surplus output from the iron-core would also be collected in the output wire of the first pair of wires used to pulse the iron-core .

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Re: Pulsing an iron-core by running electrical-current through it ?
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2018, 08:38:16 AM »
It looks like you have re-invented the transformer. Perhaps you could patent it.

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Re: Pulsing an iron-core by running electrical-current through it ?
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2018, 08:38:16 AM »
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Re: Pulsing an iron-core by running electrical-current through it ?
« Reply #3 on: August 13, 2018, 11:02:29 PM »
Any company that thinks I invented this idea ( and that I can prove it ) would already have contacted me, everyone knows who I am  etc 
   (  I already contacted most of the companies over 2 years ago,  regarding  non-overunity ( and yet suppressed fields of design ) designs,  but I already knew I would have no success
   
I think there may be people on this site who do make money from tech on here,  selling  self-powered-motor-generators or even solid-state-self-powered-generators,  magnet-motors just can not compare with these
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I'm really curious if,   pulsing an iron-core by running electrical-current through it,  and the alternative methods of collecting any energy gain,  that I posted on this thread,  if they actually work or not .

You'd think maybe not,  since apparently electricity actually only flows across the surface of conductors including metals,  and also,  maybe you'd really have to be on the outside of an iron-core to collect the most of the amplified  magnetic-field  .

However,  what if,  in metals,  there is always electricity flowing in all random directions,  and when you pass a current through it,  you make the big mass of an  iron-cores  electrical activity only flow in one direction,  the result being an energy gain .
   Or maybe some other type of cascading effect,  the result being an energy gain


 

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