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Offline amigo

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Re: Introduction to Resonance
« Reply #30 on: October 12, 2008, 07:58:05 PM »
Yea, I think you are right, he did make custom loads.  In his day these loads still had a chance since electricity was new.  There was a possibility of everyone going down his route but unfortunately they didn't. 

I'm interested in finding ways to power the devices we have today.  It would be hard to come up with different types and actually market them, you'd almost have to start over - 200 years invested on the types of loads we have now.  They built a mountain of trash, it would be really difficult to try to topple it.  Instead I want to recycle that trash by finding a clever way of using the loads we have, I know its possible because the universe itself MUST function with both energy consuming and regenerating - this must be balanced.  Whatever energy is going downhill in the universe there is a mechanism that is bringing it back up the hill, no one has figured out what that is - but I know it is there, otherwise we would not exist. 

I have some ideas I'm trying but right now its slow going.  Its only a matter of time before someone figures it out.  I think armagdn03 is right when he says there are ways to use the same energy over and over again.  The trick is going to be a way to link the regenerative part to the resistive part without damping.  There are a million ways to skin a cat, we just need to find the cat first hahaha! 

I'm off to bed, good night.

I thought that connecting conventional loads shorts the secondary circuit and we loose all the oscillations and the energy we amassed over the time so I am not sure that is the best course of action.

Why is everyone so stuck up on running conventional loads anyways? It is obvious that we need to design devices to run on this new (old) type of electricity to get the full benefit from it. Yes, there might be a need for a transitional period where we would have to connect conventional devices and incur losses in the circuits, but I'd rather see new devices being designed and produced to replace existing conventional loads and just flip the switch instead of going through the process of "adding up apples and oranges."

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Re: Introduction to Resonance
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Offline Charlie_V

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Re: Introduction to Resonance
« Reply #31 on: October 12, 2008, 09:12:16 PM »
Beats me.

Offline sparks

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Re: Introduction to Resonance
« Reply #32 on: October 12, 2008, 11:05:30 PM »
     As the current oscillates between the cap and the inductor what is it doing to the field?  If it is radiating voltage potential that can be felt at afar could we tap this energy.  In other words the dielectric field the oscillator is in reacts to the space charge of the conductor.  This sets off a chain reaction of charge shift that can radiate out from the oscillator and fall upon a field of mass that does not damp the circuit.  It just gets messed with by the radiant energy of the oscillator mass.  A boat goes across a lake.  The displacement waves spread out and hit the beach.
They roll the sand up and down make foam cast twigs up the bank whatever.  It doesn't slow the boat down does it?

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Re: Introduction to Resonance
« Reply #32 on: October 12, 2008, 11:05:30 PM »
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Offline wattsup

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Re: Introduction to Resonance
« Reply #33 on: October 13, 2008, 12:38:34 AM »
@sparks

Quit reading my mind will y'a. I was just about to post this but had supper first, then you posted your post.

Specifically to @armagnd03's demonstration video #3, the cap/air coil pair reaches resonance when it is not placed onto the core, and once on the core has to be re-adjusted to reach it's new resonance point. This means you can have resonance with or without a center core, right.

By placing the cap/coil onto the core and reaching resonance, he has shown that there is in fact a central magnetic field exchange imparted from inside the air core that to the second coil/cap/bulb.

Now instead of trying to capture this energy, changing it with a secondary or via any other form of core transfer, etc., what if I simply put one of my reed switches inside the air core (as I did in the Tesla Project thread). The reed contact should again oscillate, and if it does, then this is a great low energy answer to the pulsing section of any potential OU circuit.

Next experiments coming up. lol

Offline armagdn03

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Re: Introduction to Resonance
« Reply #34 on: October 13, 2008, 06:56:04 AM »
@sparks

Quit reading my mind will y'a. I was just about to post this but had supper first, then you posted your post.

Specifically to @armagnd03's demonstration video #3, the cap/air coil pair reaches resonance when it is not placed onto the core, and once on the core has to be re-adjusted to reach it's new resonance point. This means you can have resonance with or without a center core, right.

By placing the cap/coil onto the core and reaching resonance, he has shown that there is in fact a central magnetic field exchange imparted from inside the air core that to the second coil/cap/bulb.

Now instead of trying to capture this energy, changing it with a secondary or via any other form of core transfer, etc., what if I simply put one of my reed switches inside the air core (as I did in the Tesla Project thread). The reed contact should again oscillate, and if it does, then this is a great low energy answer to the pulsing section of any potential OU circuit.

Next experiments coming up. lol

You are correct. Changing either the inductance or the capacitance changes the resonant frequency of the LC. In this case, adding the core increases inductance decreasing the natural frequency of resonance. Removing the core decreases the inductance raising the natural frequency of oscillation. What you are describing with the reed switch could possibly be a good way to control the oscillation rate. However, I want to drive it home and hard, that how you create your rate of frequency is not important, plenty of clever tricks to be had, what IS important is how the parts of the circuit relate to one another. Electrical Engineering without resonance is a waste of energy,  ;)

The next section will be posted tomorrow.

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Re: Introduction to Resonance
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Offline armagdn03

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Re: Introduction to Resonance
« Reply #35 on: October 14, 2008, 12:19:42 AM »
The next section has been posted.

Also, the forum is up on erfinders site again, with a registration button. If you would like help in your experimentation, would like to speculate etc, this forum will be my primary. I will still field questions here, but will go a bit more in depth on the other. Register if you like, and the admin will have to approve. Take care.
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Re: Introduction to Resonance
« Reply #36 on: November 06, 2008, 09:13:26 PM »
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Offline ramset

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Re: Introduction to Resonance
« Reply #37 on: November 06, 2008, 10:06:42 PM »
armagdn03   Thankyou I GREATLY appreciate your time and effort
 As I am sure many others do     
   Chet

 

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