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Title: Electrostatic to inductive conversion, amplification through industrial steel
Post by: Lunkster on June 10, 2022, 03:31:29 PM

QUESTION!!!

Can industrial steel really amplify the magnetic field?

Can an electrostatic field across industrial steel stimulate
the steel to produce a magnetic field?

Once the magnetic field is generated into the industrial steel,
can it be inductively induced into an output coil?

If the above is true, then will the output signal produce more power
than the power needed to drive the electrostatic signal?

This would be a very simple OU circuit to input into many products

I am looking for peoples thoughts, good and bad because
I really do not know if this will work?

Lunster
Title: Re: Electrostatic to inductive conversion, amplification through industrial steel
Post by: rakarskiy on June 10, 2022, 03:50:50 PM
QUESTION!!!

Can industrial steel really amplify the magnetic field?

Can an electrostatic field across industrial steel stimulate
the steel to produce a magnetic field?

Once the magnetic field is generated into the industrial steel,
can it be inductively induced into an output coil?

If the above is true, then will the output signal produce more power
than the power needed to drive the electrostatic signal?

This would be a very simple OU circuit to input into many products

I am looking for peoples thoughts, good and bad because
I really do not know if this will work?

Lunster

Congratulations! Very good questions!

But it is better to start with a physics textbook, where everything has been chewed for a long time.
All synchronous generators work on this effect, where the laying of the wire strand goes into the groove of the core.

https://rakatskiy.blogspot.com/2022/06/magnetization-of-steel-magnetic.html
https://rakatskiy.blogspot.com/2022/04/electric-solid-state-generator.html