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Author Topic: The Last TPU Development On The WWW  (Read 88754 times)

Offline pix

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #255 on: January 17, 2022, 09:29:12 AM »
It is Lenzless current drive.
DC current with a "hash".

Travelling wave, central conductor, magnetic field rotation, current induced in conductor is  enhancing the process.
I see many similiarities with SM information.
We can enhance this process even more.
If we pulse with HV central conductor- electrons kicked out of conductor surface will be dragged by rotating magnetic field and fall back to conductor. Electrons travels along conductors, outside of it more easily and without ohmic losses.  With such modification we introduce larger potential difference on the conductor ends.


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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #256 on: January 18, 2022, 06:45:46 AM »
It is Lenzless current drive.
DC current with a "hash".

Travelling wave, central conductor, magnetic field rotation, current induced in conductor is  enhancing the process.
I see many similiarities with SM information.
We can enhance this process even more.
If we pulse with HV central conductor- electrons kicked out of conductor surface will be dragged by rotating magnetic field and fall back to conductor. Electrons travels along conductors, outside of it more easily and without ohmic losses.  With such modification we introduce larger potential difference on the conductor ends.


Cheers,
Pix


Sorry for my lateness of reply. I am currently sicker than a dog.
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The patent describes a means of using a gas filled glass tube to convert high-amperage high-frequency radio fields to DC. Just like I said, not even close to the same tech. What is worse is that said tech is liable to produce more than electricity... it is liable to produce X-Rays if the voltages within the gas are too high upon striking the metal conductive plates.


What I do find interesting about the tech, if you intended to hybridize, would be to use the 3 phase AC fields as stated to rotate the field around the collector as in SM's design, but rectify the output on each field with a simple diode so that you would drive with three fields of DC at 120 degrees out. The problem with such is the speed of rotation, in that I don't know how you would get high frequency (500khz to 2 Mhz) three phase signal to feed it with.


It is a matter of drive coil numbers. If you have four drive coils, then four signals have to be applied per one overall field rotation around the circumference of the collector -- and so on for more drive coils like six, eight, ten, etc. The more coils, the lower the overall rotation speed. Low speed = low output. Too few coils, and the field not uniform or smooth enough (too "jerky") which means low or no output.


I might have to do some drawings later and post them for the overall build design, and wavelength to coil examples.


The problem with looking at patents is that there are numerous that show drawings that look similar, but do not work on the same principles for the similar type of outcome.


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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #257 on: January 18, 2022, 03:46:34 PM »
I attached a pic of the SM TPU, drive coils and collector.


Fig 1 is the drive coils and collector. Doesn't have to be this number of coils, but this is a good number.


Fig 2 illustrates the desired magnetic field switching process from one drive coil to the next in line. Note that North always stays north. The field is not allowed to flip, this is important.
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(https://i.ibb.co/rbMZvdY/SM-TPU.jpg)

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #258 on: January 18, 2022, 04:16:57 PM »
Hi Paul,
In the patent there is clearly stated that a solid conductor may be used as collector, please see attached below.
Of course 3 phase current could be used to drive coils, to get resultant travelling wave. I am going to use  industrial AC motor drive I have- input is 230V / 1 phase/50 Hz ,  output 3 x 230V , 50-2000Hz.
But the simplest way to achieve travelling wave is just loaded transmission line, like in the patent main drawing.
Very interesting ,lenzless way of current drive- owned by Atomic Energy Commision to heat plasma in Tokamaks.
In fact TPU may be a spin-off of that technology.


Cheers,
Pix




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« Reply #259 on: January 19, 2022, 12:48:46 AM »
It might be, but where the big difference comes is that using an alternating current WILL cause pole flipping in the coils, as soon as the unit goes into "pull" mode and the voltage goes negative. If you take a neodymium magnet and test with a VOM, you learn that it allows electrons to flow with the direction of travel of the field, but not against it. Works sort of like a diode in that aspect.


The standard rotating field is designed in such a manner that it does not matter if the magnetic fields flip upon collapse, as it actually becomes part of the rotating field. In the case of a SM device it matters greatly and the system stops working if he field flips (changes polarity).


A standard 3 phase rotating field example (go to the end to see the field in action) --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmgLfl-Xcb8


You will notice that, yes, the field is rotating. You will also notice that the type of rotation that type of system uses has nothing at all to do with the type of rotation we need.


Is it possible to use the information in the patent to accomplish the same goal? Possibly, try it and see.


Would certainly be simpler than building a functioning  SM TPU device if it works.

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #260 on: January 19, 2022, 02:55:11 AM »
Hi Paul,
In the patent there is clearly stated that a solid conductor may be used as collector, please see attached below.
Of course 3 phase current could be used to drive coils, to get resultant travelling wave. I am going to use  industrial AC motor drive I have- input is 230V / 1 phase/50 Hz ,  output 3 x 230V , 50-2000Hz.
But the simplest way to achieve travelling wave is just loaded transmission line, like in the patent main drawing.
Very interesting ,lenzless way of current drive- owned by Atomic Energy Commision to heat plasma in Tokamaks.
In fact TPU may be a spin-off of that technology.


Cheers,
Pix


After examining the patent yet again (several times so far), I got to thinking about the 3-phase alternating current issue. As the schematics are wired, it won't work. However, a little rewiring would hypothetically allow it to work.


AC is a push pull system. In the schematic, all of the coils are hooked equally to either a "hot" or the "ground". This will cause half of the coils to be of reversed polarity during any particular cycle. For the magnetic field to stay oriented in one direction, for every portion of an AC cycle (+ voltage or push, - voltage or pull), one coil for each cycle has to be wired backwards so that the current is always flowing in the same direction through all of the coils. Considering three phase, You would have a normal, normal, normal, at which point the three phases switch to negative voltage, and the last three coils would all use a backward (ground side of the coils for the first three coils would be power input side for the last three) hookup scheme to achieve this.


As far as the coil setup and developed magnetic field is concerned, all of the voltages would then be "positive".


Hope this helps.


With that thought in mind, I might try it, lol.


Paul Andrulis

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #261 on: March 12, 2022, 04:00:14 PM »
 Have not been up to snuff with the ‘latest’ (as in the last 10 years) developments regarding the TPU replications. So lately I was wondering whether it was ever figured out (or maybe even replicated?) why and especially how the TPU allegedly had the gyroscopic effect?
 
 We can’t really say that there is a circulating mass so it is probably a ‘feelable’ interaction to some other field? Were the internal pulses so strong that this had a real pull on the earth magnetic field? Or even some gravitational thing? Was this ever found out? I mean if your coil gets an feelable attraction or reorientation to the natural magnetic field then you have to develop some pretty strong magnetic field on your own I would think?
 

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Re: The Last TPU Development On The WWW
« Reply #262 on: March 12, 2022, 06:20:45 PM »
How about Barbosa and Leal patents ? Electron trap