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Author Topic: POC ( Proof Of Concept) for “Apparent Gain with Parametric Coil using RLE”  (Read 429 times)

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Note :as always,shared with permission..Partzman and Smudge are moderators here .
Additional Note :RLE = Reduced Lens Effect .( as little as possible)
Partzman shares a work (actual  Bench and simulation) for consideration.

Snip from PDF

Analysis of Measurements
So, the starting energy in L1min is 283.4uJ and the ending energy in L1max is 666.6uJ therefore, the COP is 666.6uJ/283.4uJ=2.35 which is very close to the ratio of the parametric inductance values as I had predicted based on my previous simulation research in RLE.

This POC (Proof Of Concept) demonstrates that a gain can be generated in a properly arranged parametric inductor powered by a constant current source.

If this device were configured as shown in my paper “Apparent Gain with Parametric Coil using RLE”, the COP would be infinite as is seen in that simulation.

Jon M Flickinger
End quote ( one addendum was added:POC is industry standard in R+D for proof of concept)

Respectfully submitted
Replication/discussion encouraged
Chet K
Seems File did not open for some
New link below (version .1 ) I just checked it .