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## Solid States Devices => Resonance Circuits and Systems => Topic started by: martiangrey on July 23, 2019, 04:28:40 PM

Title: Coil Design
Post by: martiangrey on July 23, 2019, 04:28:40 PM
Hi guys, I'm new here, I would like to know how to design coils for cold electricity, what are the most important properties? Like resonant frequency, reactance, inductance, Q factor? How to find the right number of turns, wire thickness and diameter of an air-core coil?
Title: Re: Coil Design
Post by: Void on July 23, 2019, 04:42:17 PM
Hi guys, I'm new here, I would like to know how to design coils for cold electricity, what are the most important properties? Like resonant frequency, reactance, inductance, Q factor? How to find the right number of turns, wire thickness and diameter of an air-core coil?

Hi martiangrey. I have never seen anyone show any sort of  convincing demonstration of 'cold electricity'.
Consider it just a concept which is thrown around, but which no one seems to be able to actually demonstrate,
or at least I have never seen a convincing demonstration.

What some people refer to as 'cold electricity' appears to really be just high frequency AC or high frequency pulse waveforms.
I think Peter Lindemann wrote a 'book' about 'cold electricity', but as I recall he provided no actual references in
his book to existing documents and similar to back up many of his claims.

By the way, your long lost brother AlienGrey is a forum member here. (Just kidding... similar forum user name...)  :)

Title: Re: Coil Design
Post by: TinselKoala on July 23, 2019, 04:47:22 PM
What is cold electricity?

I only know how to design coils for regular electricity. When regular electricity flows through conductors or other circuit elements that have resistance, it results in heating.

Title: Re: Coil Design
Post by: martiangrey on July 23, 2019, 06:04:57 PM
Hi martiangrey. I have never seen anyone show any sort of  convincing demonstration of 'cold electricity'.
Consider it just a concept which is thrown around, but which no one seems to be able to actually demonstrate,
or at least I have never seen a convincing demonstration.

What some people refer to as 'cold electricity' appears to really be just high frequency AC or high frequency pulse waveforms.
I think Peter Lindemann wrote a 'book' about 'cold electricity', but as I recall he provided no actual references in
his book to existing documents and similar to back up many of his claims.

By the way, your long lost brother AlienGrey is a forum member here. (Just kidding... similar forum user name...)  :)

Wait, isn't Joule thief an example how cold electricity works? Well I think no one would want to reveal, but I hope someone will give me some clues that I can follow. Hi freq pulses are used to tap into the magnetic field, that's how I understand it so far. AlienGrey, sounds familiar but I don't know him :-)
Title: Re: Coil Design
Post by: martiangrey on July 23, 2019, 06:13:51 PM
What is cold electricity?

I only know how to design coils for regular electricity. When regular electricity flows through conductors or other circuit elements that have resistance, it results in heating.

Cold electricity would have the opposite effect, more resistance gives more power, and conductors and coils cool down instead of heating. Other than that, maybe you can help me to understand coils better, I'm using a good calculator at https://hamwaves.com/inductance/en/index.html But still don't get what are the most important properties for what I'm trying to achieve. The goal is the best COP, greatest output to input ratio, etc.
Title: Re: Coil Design
Post by: Void on July 23, 2019, 06:54:16 PM
Wait, isn't Joule thief an example how cold electricity works? Well I think no one would want to reveal, but I hope someone will give me some clues that I can follow. Hi freq pulses are used to tap into the magnetic field, that's how I understand it so far. AlienGrey, sounds familiar but I don't know him :-)

Hi martiangrey. I think you are maybe referring to flyback pulses from pulsed coils supposedly being cold electricity.
Really though flyback pulses are due to the magnetic field which is formed around a coil when it is pulsed,
collapsing when the pulse ends. The magnetic field collapses and forms the 'flyback' pulse or switching pulse.
The problem with people referring to that as 'cold electricity' is it is readily explainable and it doesn't
appear to have any unusual properties such as making circuit components cold.

You can see a video of Peter Lindemann talking about 'cold electricity' here (Mr. Lindemann has never actually demonstrated 'cold electricity' however I don't think):
'Peter Lindemann The Free Energy Secrets of Cold Electricity 2000'
...and Lindemann has a PDF out about this topic as well.

You can also read related info from John Bedini on the topic, but no one seems to have achieved COP > 1 from Bedini's stuff either.

All the best...
Title: Re: Coil Design
Post by: nelsonrochaa on July 23, 2019, 07:28:00 PM
Hi guys, I'm new here, I would like to know how to design coils for cold electricity, what are the most important properties? Like resonant frequency, reactance, inductance, Q factor? How to find the right number of turns, wire thickness and diameter of an air-core coil?

Hi Martiangrey

Maybe is this that you call cold electricity ?

Nelson Rocha

Title: Re: Coil Design
Post by: Raycathode on July 23, 2019, 09:00:32 PM
Hi martiangrey. I have never seen anyone show any sort of  convincing demonstration of 'cold electricity'.
Consider it just a concept which is thrown around, but which no one seems to be able to actually demonstrate,
or at least I have never seen a convincing demonstration.

What some people refer to as 'cold electricity' appears to really be just high frequency AC or high frequency pulse waveforms.
I think Peter Lindemann wrote a 'book' about 'cold electricity', but as I recall he provided no actual references in
his book to existing documents and similar to back up many of his claims.

By the way, your long lost brother AlienGrey is a forum member here. (Just kidding... similar forum user name...)  :)
Hi there Mr MAlien, have you tried winding a Tesla coil 2ndary coil (the long HV coil) one way and the primary
with 5 or 6 turns insulated at its base and tuning it for resonance and then at the other end winding another insulated
take off coil and tuning that as well and experimenting with its output one end earthed perhaps or just making an
inner pvc tibe coated with aluminium but not a short circuit wind leave a slit gap down the length, if you then use a connected
wire to a light bulb you should be able to light it with cold electricity. Good Luck.

Ray
Title: Re: Coil Design
Post by: tomd on July 23, 2019, 10:37:35 PM
Isn't it a result of unidirectional high voltage disruptive discharge? Same goes for longitudinal waves and radiant energy.