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Author Topic: Possible TPU implications  (Read 2231 times)

Offline armagdn03

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Possible TPU implications
« on: September 14, 2007, 07:48:55 PM »
An interesting idea I had (and tried) last night.

I recently came to the conclusion that the TPU is one in a long list of machines that work in a very similar fasion. This is for a whole other topic, but basically most of these machines such as the ED Grey motor, generatr, the Germanium Diode, RV motors, and many others use similar  (very very similar) concepts for their operation.

One of the main components of all of these is an LC circuit, usually connected in parallel for almost infinite impedance at a certain frequency.

A lot of TPU people have been having trouble getting their resonances low enough to take advantage of the 7.3 - 7.8 hertz frequency that is believed to be greatly important.

Well a while back I was reading an article on the construction of Vandegraff generators, and someone had an idea to use a non metalic sphere for the collector and to coat it in india ink. I assume this works because black ink is usually carbon based giving it conductance.

What if we were to take a polymer sheet or some other dielectric, and coat both sides with a primer (if needed) and india ink. What we have here is a capacitor with inherantly resistive plates. The capactiance meters will lie to you about the capacitance of these due to the fact that the resistance affects how quickly the plates charge and discharge, almost like everything is in slow motion.

Well, this does in fact work, and capacitors can be created this way, but the question is....Will this slow the resonance of an LC circuit? What exactly can be done with this....if anything?

Just a passing thought that may not lead to anything, but thought I would post it.

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Possible TPU implications
« on: September 14, 2007, 07:48:55 PM »