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Author Topic: Ed Gray Motor bitte auf deutsch!  (Read 19691 times)

Offline valveman

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Re: Ed Gray Motor bitte auf deutsch!
« Reply #15 on: May 12, 2006, 08:25:57 PM »
I have reviewed the plans for the fuelless motor and have some reservations.
They are using 36 gauge copper enmalled wire.  The voltage is about 1000V for a duration of approx a usec or so.
Imagine expelling all that energy into a tiny piece of wire.  You have the voltage go nearly to 0V while the
current is enormous.  How then can a 36 guage wire withstand the high current?
If you say it's only a duration of a usec and so the wire does not have enough time to get hot then I say think about lightning.
It's duration is only a usec but look at the devistating effects.  Yes lighting has a potential of millions of volts but consider the scale.

I would suspect as soon as all that energyfrom the discharging capacitors finds a path to ground, the wire will vaporize.

Anyone care to comment?


Offline fcpeace17

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Re: Ed Gray Motor bitte auf deutsch!
« Reply #16 on: October 17, 2006, 02:09:17 PM »
Correct me if im wrong but do they not vaporize because what is running through them are not electrons, it is cold electricity?