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Author Topic: QUAD GENERATOR COIL, SINGLE Driver ( Test Video)  (Read 324 times)

Offline JackJohn

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QUAD GENERATOR COIL, SINGLE Driver ( Test Video)
« on: June 01, 2022, 07:32:56 AM »
Please watch the test video and what do you think when the device is complete and ready. Could the device be capable of Overunity or COP > 1??? Please share your opinion
https://youtu.be/WIrE5Eq1C-A

Offline floodrod

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Re: QUAD GENERATOR COIL, SINGLE Driver ( Test Video)
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2022, 01:03:15 PM »
Please explain in this thread how you plan to get overunity?  Or what the angle of "gain" is?

If the plan is to just spin a magnet rotor by coils, then I predict no overunity.  But if there is an action plan to get more gain- I'd like to hear about it.

Perhaps you answered this in the video, but honestly I'd rather just read the details than watch and find out.

Thanks and good luck


Offline JackJohn

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Re: QUAD GENERATOR COIL, SINGLE Driver ( Test Video)
« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2022, 01:58:32 PM »
I'll try to explain, as I said above that this device is not completely finished. in this device I implemented several ideas into it, firstly,
by playing the width of the distance between the magnet and the iron core of the coil to reduce braking that occurs due to
the Lenz Effect, secondly I play the rotation speed with the same aim to avoid or reduce the braking resistance due to the lenz effect,
 which thirdly I will apply my idea to rectify each power output of each coil to then enter it into the capacitor bank circuit
the same Goal as to avoid strong braking due to the lens effect.as we know the main failure on overunity devices
that use the motor generator system is the strong braking due to the "Lenz Effect"
hopefully it can answer your question