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Author Topic: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model  (Read 24476 times)

Offline Phantasm

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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #75 on: April 24, 2009, 04:03:21 AM »
Phantasm, you got the right ideas, 
SM of course uses many different TPUs and his letters and advice most likely refers to the larger TPU on the table  (i.e., his reference to 3 different frequencies, etc..)

If you approach the TPUs from my point of view  (and I dare say, HIS as well)  the TPUs are not "free energy" devices, but "conversion" devices taking energy from the magnetic fields.

So, if you have a magnetic field at a particular frequency of lets say 6 kHz,  and have a ring that has a structural resonance at let's say 2.75 kHz,  you obviously will not excite it just by itself, you need something else, and this is where the multiple frequencies come into play.

This is how:    
We insert a frequency at either  8.75 kHz so that it mixes with the 6 kHz  and produces a sum and difference by product, so we get 8.75 - 6 = 2.75 kHz, now this byproduct will now fall exactly on the structural resonace and excite it.   Once that is done, due to the high Q of the structural resonance,  the resonace will be quite pronounced and noticable especialy if close to the source of the magnetic field, e.g.  power lines, transformers, lightning storm, etc..etc..  On the other hand, we can excite the ring with 3.25 kHz, and the difference will once again be 6 - 3.25 = 2.75 kHz, The only reason this mixing function works is because the nonlinear characterisitcs of the magnetic material (hysterisis) so we'll most likely need a DC biasing field, and that's where magnets come in (or just some coils with DC on them)  I built one device that I'm still experimenting with and when I tuned it realy close it vibrated like you wouldn't believe, but I'm not ready to demo it.  There is no DC yet, just AC,  so there might be more going on that we still don't understand.

EM
 



Perhaps if we activate different sections of the circumference of our cores at a time we can induce rotation or cycling of the signals round the tpu in 1 direction so as to harness a DC current from the outter collector coils wound round the core coils.


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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #76 on: April 24, 2009, 05:38:41 AM »
See also this paper,

http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/0038-5670/35/2/R03

The resonance effect can be very strong, and therefore the TPU core must be made of elastic material, that allows the material strain without broken into small pieces.
Harmonics frequensies are used in a TPU. To transfer energy in between generated nested cylindrical EM walls, there must be same frequensies running in a cores circumference than there are in a generated harmonics EM walls around, because only same wavelenght and same phase can move energy in between each other. This is why SM used 3 different frequensies running around the TPU core : Each of those 3 base frequensies generates harmonics, and can also run with a gain when energy from the outer harmonic EM walls can move into cores circumference ; there are always same frequensies running around the core and in a nested EM wall outside, a perfect method to collect and compress energy. Use TPU phonon calculator to see those needed resonance frequensies and the core dimensions.


--Magnon

Ok let lets try this again..

Basically youre saing that each core has a Self Resonance Frequency (SRF) that is a function of its material composition and shape. If the coils wrapped around each core are tuned to the SRF of their cores then when activated the core will resonate at its SRF and exhibit resonance fields along the core which are nested. You call these EM Walls which is very interesting to me... but I'll get to that later.. These fields are harmonics of the original resonance frequency within the core and different harmonics are experienced at different distances from the core. If each core is configured so that each has an SRF that each is a different harmonic of some fundamental frequency then harmonic resonance from 1 core can be used to excite a nearby core at a particular distance.

The terminology you used for these fields was "EM walls" which you say are comprised of 'spin waves'. I would very much like to read more about those - I know that a few of the links you posted for additional reading were for documents that were available by subscription... do you happen to have a direct link to one that discusses the properties of these nested EM walls?

I understand that if these are vibration waves of some kind that they can incite vibration in nearby objects, but I gather via your terminology that these things are magnetic fields inverting polarity at an enharmonic frequency with respect to the core's SRF. Is that right?

I guess Im still not entirely clear on exactly what force is being conveyed in these nested EM walls and how that force is absorbed by neighbouring cores... I mean, if they encite physical vibration in a nearby core - how is that conveyed into electrical potential in the coils of nearby cores?

Great stuff so far! Very interesting

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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #77 on: April 24, 2009, 07:22:53 AM »
Ok let lets try this again..

Basically youre saing that each core has a Self Resonance Frequency (SRF) that is a function of its material composition and shape. If the coils wrapped around each core are tuned to the SRF of their cores then when activated the core will resonate at its SRF and exhibit resonance fields along the core which are nested. You call these EM Walls which is very interesting to me... but I'll get to that later.. These fields are harmonics of the original resonance frequency within the core and different harmonics are experienced at different distances from the core. If each core is configured so that each has an SRF that each is a different harmonic of some fundamental frequency then harmonic resonance from 1 core can be used to excite a nearby core at a particular distance.

The terminology you used for these fields was "EM walls" which you say are comprised of 'spin waves'. I would very much like to read more about those - I know that a few of the links you posted for additional reading were for documents that were available by subscription... do you happen to have a direct link to one that discusses the properties of these nested EM walls?

I understand that if these are vibration waves of some kind that they can incite vibration in nearby objects, but I gather via your terminology that these things are magnetic fields inverting polarity at an enharmonic frequency with respect to the core's SRF. Is that right?

I guess Im still not entirely clear on exactly what force is being conveyed in these nested EM walls and how that force is absorbed by neighbouring cores... I mean, if they encite physical vibration in a nearby core - how is that conveyed into electrical potential in the coils of nearby cores?

Great stuff so far! Very interesting

There is only need for one core, that is tuned to magnetoacoustic resonance ( MAR ) to produce microwaves. Microwaves with a rotating polarization are emitted from core material, that contains unpaired and free electrons ; every single unpaired or free electron in a core material works as a small transducer, so this is not an "usual" way to produce EM microwave radiation. The radiation  follows the direction of the applied magnetic field, that is a vertical direction, therefore the base cylindrical shape EM field, that has the same cirumference as the core, has a cylindrical form. In turn this base frequency cylindrical shape pattern creates harmonics, that occurs outside of the core at distances 2 x r , 3 x r , 4 x r ..( radius of the core )  and oscillates with frequency 2 x f1 ( f1 is the base frequency ) , 3 x f1, 4x f1..etc.
The goal is to build one kind of EM field trap for the charge collection from the environment nearby. I will send some information about this phenomena later. Please feel free to ask, for most people this is first a little difficult to understand, but the operation principle is anyway quite simple.


--Magnon

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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #77 on: April 24, 2009, 07:22:53 AM »
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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #78 on: April 24, 2009, 05:34:06 PM »
Magnon said:
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The goal is to build one kind of EM field trap for the charge collection from the environment nearby. I will send some information about this phenomena later. Please feel free to ask, for most people this is first a little difficult to understand, but the operation principle is anyway quite simple.

Sounds like the operational parameters for 'Effective aperture'.

The techical information is great here. Thanks, Magnon. This is a good read and useful information.

--giantkiller.

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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #79 on: April 28, 2009, 08:32:04 PM »

Sounds like the operational parameters for 'Effective aperture'.

The techical information is great here. Thanks, Magnon. This is a good read and useful information.

--giantkiller.


Ok, i think that now you know how to build a TPU or SEG..You know what materials are needed, dimensions and how to tune TPU or SEG.


--Magnon

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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #79 on: April 28, 2009, 08:32:04 PM »
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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #80 on: April 28, 2009, 11:47:44 PM »

Ok, i think that now you know how to build a TPU or SEG..You know what materials are needed, dimensions and how to tune TPU or SEG.


--Magnon

Anxious to get started?
http://w3.pppl.gov/~dstotler/SSFD/

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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #81 on: May 03, 2009, 09:38:38 PM »
See patent 3,087,122   -Electromagnetic wave generation utilizing electron spins in magnetic materials.

This is a very important document with a good description, how to create microwave radiation with acoustic wave. Please read very carefully. The TPU initial field is generated from this effect and this effect alone can produce microwave energy.

--Magnon



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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #81 on: May 03, 2009, 09:38:38 PM »
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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #82 on: May 05, 2009, 12:41:33 AM »
The patent 3087122 and mentioned patent 2873370. Very pertainant to the process J. Hutchison does.

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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #83 on: May 05, 2009, 04:09:52 PM »
The patent 3087122 and mentioned patent 2873370. Very pertainant to the process J. Hutchison does.

--giantkiller.

Yes, we need to have a spin wave system ( helical type microwave source ), that has a rotating polarization. I know J.Hutchinson uses this method also. But if we use a composite material instead of conductive, solid material, we can have better results with a smaller input power. When small paramagnetic material particles are in nonconductive dielectric material under applied dc magnetic field, this allows the microwave radiation inside the core, and gives better rise to coherent mode microwave generation.


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Re: Acoustomagnetic TPU / SEG calculation model
« Reply #83 on: May 05, 2009, 04:09:52 PM »
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