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Author Topic: The Last TPU Development On The WWW  (Read 89850 times)

Offline Magnon

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #150 on: April 02, 2009, 09:45:06 PM »
I  really enjoying your posts.

Could you maybe tell us more, how do you think the earth magnetic field is different on the southern side?


Direction of the earth magnetic field on earth surface is different on northern and southern side of the earth.
Therefore a magnetic field  direction over the TPU is different, depending if TPU is moved to northern or southern side of the earth and if TPU is not turned around.
The total magnetic field consists of field made by coil in a TPU core + earth magnetic field over the TPU.

There is no need for strong guide field. The created guide, nested cylindrical EM field can be weak, it starts to suck energy from the environment and run with a gain.


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Offline Tito L. Oracion

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #151 on: April 03, 2009, 04:41:26 AM »
Hi everyone

A message of concern, i feel that they are pushing us to buy tubes  ;D

Yes i agree it is a good current producer
but what i see is that tube is not the real answer  ??? 

I smell something fishy, what do you think?  ;D


actually we can make our own homemade tubes using auto bulbs, just open it  put some needed material of a triode then thats it no need to buy just think. don't forget to use epoxy to sealed it again  8)

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #152 on: April 03, 2009, 04:50:33 PM »
Does the magnetic inclination cause frequency change in the device, so the circuit have to follow the direction of the field, when we moving to different places?

The earth magnetic field strenght changes in between 0.3 Gauss to 0.6 Gauss, depending mostly on latitude.
To demonstrate the magnetic field effect on electron spin precession frequency, here is a calculator for this,

http://www.gamma.ethz.ch/online/esr/vcalc/index.html#ESRCALC2

You can also use Excel TPU phonon calculator for this calculation.

If you have a 0.6 Gauss earth magnetic field, it gives a 1.6 MHz spin precession frequency for the electron.
This means that TPU must be tuned so that the local earth field strenght is calculated in a design.

Typical applied total magnetic field strenght in a TPU seems to be around 0.22T, this gives about 3 cm wavelenght ( 6 GHz ) for microwave emission.
Because every unpaired or free electron works as a small transducer, when wobbled by acoustic wave with a same wavelenght, there is not one, but a huge amount of small microwave transducers in a TPU.
The electron spin precession axis are aligned parallel to applied magnetic field and the direction of the microwave radiation emission follows this direction. So, if TPU is on the table in a horizontal position, the microwave radiation direction is vertical.
To your question, the electron spin precession  frequency can change about 2-3 MHz in a TPU, depending on latitude and direction in between TPU and local earth magnetic field. This can be enough to off tune the TPU

--Magnon
« Last Edit: April 03, 2009, 06:36:40 PM by Magnon »

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #153 on: April 03, 2009, 04:58:57 PM »
Hi everyone

A message of concern, i feel that they are pushing us to buy tubes  ;D

Yes i agree it is a good current producer
but what i see is that tube is not the real answer  ??? 

I smell something fishy, what do you think?  ;D


The magnetic field around the conductor is a tube. ;D

--giantkiller.

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #154 on: April 03, 2009, 11:49:53 PM »
maybe
E) divide signal into harmonics and let them grow indepedently, then collect all

Some answers to your questions,

1. How to amplify small source of watts?

Build a guide EM field to compress and suck the energy from the environment.

The environment is full of charges and ions, and spacetime itself has an electric nature.
Collect and compress this energy.

If you build a nested cylindrical EM field, then the charges, that are under the influence of the nested EM field, are sucked into system and can not escape. Use this collected energy / spacetime compression .Spacetime compression means that the local time is curved, compared to average spacetime on earth surface.

2. How to make a controlled loop accumalaiting energy?

When you play with a microwaves, the wavelenght is on cm range. This means that one turn antenna can be used to transfer a lot of energy ( collector on TPU ). This is what happens with a TPU.
There is a phenomena that explains the TPU and it is a magnetoacoustic resonance effect, that is known since 1960. But if you tune this frequency so that it creates a nested cylindrical field without subharmonics ( prime numbers of waves on devices circumference ), it starts to suck energy from the environment nearby.

--Magnon

Offline Tito L. Oracion

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #155 on: April 04, 2009, 12:56:35 PM »
Some answers to your questions,

1. How to amplify small source of watts?

Build a guide EM field to compress and suck the energy from the environment.

The environment is full of charges and ions, and spacetime itself has an electric nature.
Collect and compress this energy.

If you build a nested cylindrical EM field, then the charges, that are under the influence of the nested EM field, are sucked into system and can not escape. Use this collected energy / spacetime compression .Spacetime compression means that the local time is curved, compared to average spacetime on earth surface.

2. How to make a controlled loop accumalaiting energy?

When you play with a microwaves, the wavelenght is on cm range. This means that one turn antenna can be used to transfer a lot of energy ( collector on TPU ). This is what happens with a TPU.
There is a phenomena that explains the TPU and it is a magnetoacoustic resonance effect, that is known since 1960. But if you tune this frequency so that it creates a nested cylindrical field without subharmonics ( prime numbers of waves on devices circumference ), it starts to suck energy from the environment nearby.

--Magnon


Hi sir good day!

Theoretically your correct, can you demonstrate a simple example sir  ;)

God bless
otits
 

Offline Tito L. Oracion

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #156 on: April 04, 2009, 01:03:53 PM »
The magnetic field around the conductor is a tube. ;D

--giantkiller.

oh i see i'm learning sir  ;D

you're great  ;) therefore no need for vacuum tubes  ;D

otits

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #157 on: April 04, 2009, 05:03:00 PM »
Hi sir good day!

Theoretically your correct, can you demonstrate a simple example sir  ;)

God bless
otits
 


Here is a few example about this phenomena.
In a Roschin & Godin SEG replication project there was measured a nested EM field around the SEG, see the picture. There was 23 rollers around the stator.

Lakhovskys multiple wave generator, he was using nested loops that creates a nested EM fields.

The idea is that when a phase changes in a cylindrical formed wall, the charge will move to next inner wall. For example electron, when it feels that the wall charge changes to be negative, will move to next inner wall, that has a positive charge. This way you can collect and compress charges from the environment nearby.

--Magnon



« Last Edit: April 04, 2009, 09:00:38 PM by Magnon »

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #158 on: April 05, 2009, 05:58:21 AM »
maybe
E) divide signal into harmonics and let them grow indepedently, then collect all

Hi Forest,

Yes, that is a part of it, but you subtract them (IF's) down, and then you must understand how to use them to create power.  To understand that, look to Tesla and his work in Colorado Springs and his discovery there. 

We need to understand that there is a magnetic component attached to "certain" frequency's that are much stronger than a normal mag field.  Create hundred's of thousands of these magnetic kicks within the circumference of the collectors, going in both directions, and you are using Litz for your collectors, and ....

It is amazingly engineered, eloquently designed.  Sophisticated beyond it's years in operation, but relatively simple in parts.  One Mag loop antenna plus three VHF Triode Tube amps.  Some filters, caps and resistors and that's it.  DC Bias the collectors. 

We are building...

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #159 on: April 06, 2009, 04:57:55 AM »
@ magnon good day !


thank you very much sir  ;)



God bless
otits

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #160 on: April 06, 2009, 04:59:32 AM »
Hi Forest,

Yes, that is a part of it, but you subtract them (IF's) down, and then you must understand how to use them to create power.  To understand that, look to Tesla and his work in Colorado Springs and his discovery there. 

We need to understand that there is a magnetic component attached to "certain" frequency's that are much stronger than a normal mag field.  Create hundred's of thousands of these magnetic kicks within the circumference of the collectors, going in both directions, and you are using Litz for your collectors, and ....

It is amazingly engineered, eloquently designed.  Sophisticated beyond it's years in operation, but relatively simple in parts.  One Mag loop antenna plus three VHF Triode Tube amps.  Some filters, caps and resistors and that's it.  DC Bias the collectors. 

We are building...


great !

otits  ;D

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #161 on: April 06, 2009, 02:28:56 PM »
I  really enjoying your posts.

Could you maybe tell us more, how do you think the earth magnetic field is different on the southern side?


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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #162 on: April 06, 2009, 03:41:17 PM »
If this drawing is accurate, then a compass would not work at the equator.

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #163 on: April 06, 2009, 04:10:37 PM »
The drawings are more accurate then older concept but still not correct. Anyway it shows important FACT, in the middle between N and S there is neutral line when induced magnetic field changes polarity.It's so easy to prove it. Just use N-S magnet and piece of soft iron. Slide iron from N to S slowly and you will find what I'm talking about...
Disregarding true magnetic field shape, one should imagine that if Ed Leedscalnin was right and magnetic field is rather magnetic current, it's speed is limited. Thus magnetic field is really an oscillation of very high frequency.
It is easy to imagine once you realize that N and S sources of magnetic current throw tiny particles and each jet need time to reach point in space. In that point of space magnetic field strength is then variable...

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #164 on: April 06, 2009, 04:32:58 PM »
Modifying bloch walls by constrictions
References and further reading may be available for this article. To view references and further reading you must purchase this article.
P.-O. Jubert,  and R. Allenspach
IBM Research, Zurich Research Laboratory, Säumerstrasse 4, CH-8803 Rüschlikon, Switzerland

Available online 15 December 2004.

Abstract
The properties of Bloch-type magnetic domain walls pinned in geometrical constrictions are studied using micromagnetic simulations. In agreement with the one-dimensional analytical model proposed earlier it is found that the wall width is reduced in constrictions smaller than the unconstrained wall width. However, the calculated wall type and its width differ quantitatively from those of the model. These differences are related to dipolar contributions and the possibility for the wall to bend outside the constriction

New Method to Measure Directly the 180° Bloch Wall Energy
J. Appl. Phys. 34, 1321 (1963); DOI:10.1063/1.1729491
Issue Date: April 1963

 What's New in the Abstract View

 
ABSTRACTCITING ARTICLES Roland Aléonard, Pierre Brissonneau, and Louis Néel
Laboratoire d'Electrostatique et de Physique du Métal, Grenoble, France

Using the Bitter technique, the traces of a single 180° Bloch wall are observed by a device composed of two microscopes, one on each side of the sample. The wall is twisted by an inhomogeneous magnetic field. The measured displacements of the wall traces are related to the surface energy 0 of the Bloch wall which in turn is related to the Heisenberg exchange constant A.In an iron-silicon alloy with 3% Si we find 0=1.48 ergs/cm2 and A=1.48×10–6 ergs/cm at room temperature, in fair agreement with the value A~1.7×10–6 ergs/cm derived from Bloch's law and spin-wave theory at 0°K. ©1963 The American Institute of Physics
Permalink: http://link.aip.org/link/?JAPIAU/34/1321/2

And moving it from North to south should prove interesting. Coils at 90degrees might be involved in this. And where would the Bloch wall be in a Toriodial field?

Ref: http://merlib.org/tag/bloch-wall

And another one of our own: http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=6759.msg155621#msg155621

--giantkiller.