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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #14070 on: September 22, 2012, 09:04:18 AM »


Please concentrate on electrostatic resonance



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIMa1knlrfA&feature=player_embedded#!
look  at this video first than read the rest


primary question;
is electrostatics dimensional and  how many dimensional it represents?



ONE SIMPLE CONCLUSION FROM ALL THAT IS BELOW
If the electrostatics is able to create mechanical motion That means that molecules of the body and individual atoms of the  body is to be shaken ( moved) I was once saying about hammering effect in the spark gap.
Plasma is hammering spark gap contact and inertia is part of that. I was trying to envision or say picture that mechanism at  last 2 minutes of  video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKVyeQkW8j0
Well molecules of air are being shaken as well.
But where is interaction creating  FE.
How about if we have vertically placed  capacitor with two  horizontal plates
Lower plate is fixed but upper plate is suspended on the spring..
Would  that  upper  plate jump up down due to electrostatic charge?
And if it would and as second step we make that plate  not to move than what moves?
Something must move?
What the article I brought to your attention says, about monopolar and bipolar  voltages?
And using software to control repulsion ?
The wafer is holding  the  disc , even after charge is removed and there is a need to apply waveform to eliminate the holding force (free the wafer)-  Johnsen-Rahbek  method
And why is that?

Recent change to  article( morning Saturday 9:35 Am EST. )
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When, while heaving two  plates of capacitor, one plate is suspended on the spring, than at no electrostatic
 charge, dielectric constant of dielectric between plates is Er
But when electrostatic charge deflects upper plate of its position than dielectric constant of the dielectric between plates will change. Er +/-
That will make  capacitance change, and components of series and parallel equivalent circuit including stray capacitance to change..

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Now you play with magnetic field if you wish.
But aren't we than talking about electrostatic resonance?

http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2003PhRvL..91y3902F

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The Smithsonian/NASA Astrophysics Data SystemResonant Behavior of Dielectric Objects (Electrostatic Resonances)
Fredkin, D. R.; Mayergoyz, I. D.
Physical Review Letters, vol. 91, Issue 25, id. 253902 Resonant behavior of dielectric objects occurs at certain frequencies for which the object permittivity is negative and the free-space wavelength is large in comparison with the object dimensions. Unique physical features of these resonances are studied and a novel technique for the calculation of resonance values of permittivity, and hence resonance frequencies, is proposed. Scale invariance of resonance frequencies, unusually strong orthogonality properties of resonance modes, and a two-dimensional phenomenon of “twin” spectra are reported. The paper concludes with brief discussions of optical controllability of these resonances in semiconductor nanoparticles and a plausible, electrostatic resonance based, mechanism for nucleation and formation of ball lightning.




Electrostatic (plasmon) resonances in nanoparticles
Isaak D. Mayergoyz
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, University of Maryland,
College Park, Maryland 20742, USA
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http://physics.ucsd.edu/~drf/pub/PRB05.pdf



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A surface integral eigenvalue based technique for the direct calculation of resonance values of the permittivity of nanoparticles, and hence resonance frequencies, is discussed. General physical properties of electrostatic plasmon resonances are presented. Strong orthogonality properties of resonance modes, a two dimensional phenomenon of “twin” spectrum and explicit estimates of resonance frequencies in terms of
geometrical characteristics of convex nanoparticles are reported. Second-order corrections for resonance values
of the dielectric permittivity are derived. Tunability and optical controllability of plasmon resonances in
semiconductor nanoparticles are discussed and, as a digression, a plausible plasmon resonance mechanism for
nucleation and formation of ball lightning is outlined. An efficient numerical algorithm for the calculation of
resonance frequencies is developed and illustrated by extensive computational results that are compared with
theoretical results and available experimental data.
It is known that nanoscale particles can exhibit resonance
behavior at certain frequencies for which the particle permittivity is negative and the free-space wavelength is large in
comparison with particle dimensions. The latter condition
clearly suggests that these resonances are electrostatic in nature. They appear at specific negative values of the dielectric
permittivity for which source-free electrostatic fields may exist. This is, in essence, the physical mechanism of these resonances


Electrostatic Resonance Oscillations of a Nonuniform Hot Plasma in an External Field
http://prola.aps.org/abstract/PR/v139/i2A/pA394_1

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Stanford Research Institute, Menlo Park, California[size=0.75em]Received 8 January 1965; revised 8 March 1965; published in the issue dated July 1965
The frequency spectrum of a hydrodynamic model of a finite, warm, nonuniform plasma in an arbitrary external electric or magnetic field is considered. We find that the spectrum is real and the system stable, for an arbitrary configuration. A variational principle is given for estimating the eigenfrequencies. First-order perturbation theory is applied to a cylindrical plasma, and formulas are obtained for the first-order correction to the eigenfrequencies (resonances) for the case of an applied magnetic field or transverse electric field, arbitrary electron density n00(r), and arbitrary angular dependence e[size=0.88em]iμθ (μ=0, ±1, ±2, ⋯), the effect of the applied fields on the zero-order electron density being included. We find that for μ≠0, the modes have a two fold degeneracy, and that a uniform axial magnetic field splits the resonances in two. The first-order correction to the resonances is found to vanish for a uniform transverse electric or magnetic field. These results are discussed relative to other models and to experiment, and appear to be in agreement with the available experimental data for the behavior of the main dipole resonance in both transverse and axial magnetic fields.


Relative permittivity :
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relative_permittivity

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The relative permittivity of a material for a frequency of zero is known as its static relative permittivity or as its dielectric constan. Other terms used for the zero frequency relative permittivity include relative dielectric constant and static dielectric constant]
well frequency  zero: is frequency selected at time period chosen  by you from any frequency graph.
As electrostatic is immediate response to change than
We can take any part of waveform, and for that waveform  look for its electrostatic frequency zero
as long as this part has steady form of properties for given  delta t
 
... say upper horizontal  part of square  signal (length of say 10ns)
As long as you  on it it is for you just amplitude at no frequency for the given  10ns





Temperature dependence of the relative static permittivity of waterThe relative permittivity of a material under given conditions reflects the extent to which it concentrates electrostatic lines of flux.


 In technical terms, it is the ratio of the amount of electrical energy stored in a material by an applied voltage, relative to that stored in a vacuum. Likewise, it is also the ratio of the capacitance of a capacitor using that material as a dielectric, compared to a similar capacitor that has a vacuum as its dielectric.


Trek’s video demonstrates two applications of Trek’s electrostatic clamping technology.
Please note that the wafer detection indicator appears in the upper right corner of the display on the front panel:
     WC = wafer present and clamped
     WP = wafer present but not clamped
     NW = wafer not present
look at that  video:
http://www.trekinc.com/apps/app_e-chuck.asp


ElectrostaticCommonly used for holding silicon wafers during lithography processes, an electrostatic chuck comprises a metal base-plate and a thin dielectric layer; the metal base-plate is maintained at a high-voltage relative to the wafer, and so an electrostatic force clamps the wafer to it. Electrostatic chucks may have pins, or mesas, the height of which is included in the reported dielectric thickness; a design by Sandia National Laboratory uses a patterned silicon-dioxide dielectric to form the pins.[10]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_(engineering)#Electrostatic


Coulomb Force
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Portions of this entry contributed by Leonardo Motta
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The Coulomb force between two or more charged bodies is the force between them due to Coulomb's law.
If the particles are both positively or negatively charged, the force is repulsive; if they are of opposite charge, it is attractive.
By the middle of eighteenth century, only the qualitative aspects of the electric force were known.

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Scientists started to speculate about the quantitative aspect of the force and the idea that the electric force could be similarly to the gravitational force, i.e., proportional to the inverse of the square of the distance.
In 1777-1785, Charles Augustine Coulomb (http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/images/crossrefs/biography.gif) proved experimentally that indeed the electric force was proportional to the inverse of the square of the distance.
Coulomb stated that the force that acts in two electrically charged bodies is proportional to the product of the module of their charges divided by the square of the distance d between them,
(http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/physics/cimg337.gif)



http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/physics/CoulombForce.html

Dechuck Operation of Coulomb Type and Johnsen-Rahbek Type of
Electrostatic Chuck Used in Plasma Processing
Gyu Il SHIM and Hideo SUGAI
1)
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Nagoya University, Nagoya 464-8603, Japan
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Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Chubu University, Kasugai 487-8501, Japan
(Received 17 June 2008 / Accepted 24 July 2008)



Coulombic or Johnson-
Rahbek Operation

Comparative study on Coulomb type and Johnsen-Rahbek type of electrostatic chuck used for holding a
silicon wafer in plasma processing is presented. The remarkable differences between the two types are found in
dechuck operation
where a high voltage applied to the chuck electrode is turned off to release the wafer from
the chuck stage. In case of the Coulomb type, an instantaneous large short-circuit current flows exponentially
decreasing with a short time constant (Ï„ = 0.14 ms). In case of the J-R type, a non-exponentially decaying small
current is sustained for much longer time (∼1000 ms),
thus giving rise to the considerable delay of wafer dechuck.
The mechanism of such decay is explained by a microscopic bi-layer model where the interfacial layer is divided
into three distinct regions having their own capacitance and surface resistance.
https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/pfr/3/0/3_0_051/_pdf

Model 646
Electrostatic Chuck Supply
http://www.trekinc.com/pdf/646sales.pdf






Below is picture of electrostatic chuck
Question: Aren't we dealing with primary mechanism of electrostatic chucking in TK device or OU devices in general?
Chucking is temporary energy storage is not?
And play with uni polar and bipolar charge as they do in commercial wafer eaching.
Is plasma controlled by electrostatic chucking?




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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #14071 on: September 22, 2012, 10:06:42 AM »
A: did you read the book or not?
 B: The book is not about free energy it is about waves and how they can and will influence a biased wire. Just go to this link and go to the page I mentioned with the chapter Header: Lecture X


 http://ia700402.us.archive.org//load_djvu_applet.php?file=4/items/ElectricDischargesWavesAndImpulses/ElectricDischargesWavesAndImpulses.djvu


 The whole book is a treatise on what the power companies learned over the years about switching the gens on and off from the power lines. What effects shorts to ground have on the lines and the transformers on each end. The resulting waves of both damped and undamped waves are talked about in the book. I would suggest reading the whole book but I guess no one wants to educate themselves. Instead you would rather sit and postulate about subjects you have no clue about.
 You know how I know you have no clue about them? Because it says no one has really delved into the transients and what effects they have. We know little about this stuff because the transients were always shunted to ground. Which is the only high capacity they could shunt into. Read and learn what the professionals who works on those systems learned by trial and error.


 The system that TK devised is on par with a Tesla system.


 The reference that I made to the short clip was about the NEWSPAPER he was holding. Not the coil. Ever heard of the Tesla Death Ray? It could be very well that the can is empty and is only the target of this Ray gun. It is after all on the one end of the coil. Who knows at this point.


worth reading


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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #14073 on: September 22, 2012, 02:30:21 PM »
In technical terms, it is the ratio of the amount of electrical energy stored in a material by an applied voltage, relative to that stored in a vacuum. Likewise, it is also the ratio of the capacitance of a capacitor using that material as a dielectric, compared to a similar capacitor that has a vacuum as its dielectric.
Since I'm usually a little bit slow on the uptake, has this something to do with the bank of capacitors seen in the yellow tent presentation?

Below the first image shows a bank of high voltage (one-phase) capacitors connected to some 50Hz microwave oven transformers. Allegedly the result is, that the consumed current of those transformers goes down from 180 to 100 amps, as stated in the video.

The second image shows a bank of three-phase capacitors connected to a Kapanadze device running a huge three-phase motor.

Now the question arises: Are these capacitors in the TK tent presentation necessary in order to compensate the induction of the huge three-phase motor? If so, then why they are obviously still/already connected in this video without the motor (third image)?

TK takes measurements on the heating elements hence the device is running without motor (and without the slightest noise due to HV and/or HF), but I can't spot any difference in the wiring concerning the bank of capacitors (they are fixed wired without any plugs or switches).

Hence if the conclusion should be that these capacitors are not necessary in order to run the motor, then the only remaining conclusion can be that they are necessary in order to run the device. Got you TK. :D

So (since the huge coils are phony anyway) any ideas how to connect a capacitor of some sort to a 50Hz transformer of some sort in a way that the transformer provides more energy than it consumes?


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« Reply #14074 on: September 22, 2012, 03:12:55 PM »

worth reading


Wesley


 Yes it is. And finally you are putting two and two together Stivep. When Tesla said this new form of electricity was static like he meant it was a mixture of both electricity with static properties. If you look at the field of a Rounded conductor you can see that the magnetic field is Circular and only the electric or dielectric field is open ended. This allows free charges to enter the rounded conductor from the environment and is the gateway to free energy.


 The TK device seems to be just that. The large copper coil is an energizer that is connected to ground. The high voltage pulses discharge into ground but before they propagate down the coil they induce or energize the inner coil into a pulsating AC style agitation by the intermittent shorts the spark gap provides. The spark gap does a great many things and the spark is not really what we should be focusing on.


 What I suspect is that TK read about Tesla's wireless system and saw a way to creat a capacitor of very large capacity. This is the two ground connections of the 2004 device. He then hooks a coil between them forming a LRC circuit. And the spark gap is but a Tesla concept of increasing the power. Again I reference this:  http://www.tfcbooks.com/tesla/1919-05-00.htm
 If you goto figure 12 you will see TK's device on the lower right. Now in order to get it working you just need to add figure 19 to strengthen the pulsations of the coupled two systems. It even talks about watering around the grounds like TK did to get it to work even better. This is to increase the capacitor plate size of the two grounds.


 Now how TK did the other examples I don't know but the 2004 video is completely explainable.


 That book opened my eyes to the facts about waves and how they propagate in straight conductors. If they have coils things change a bit. Lets say you have a gun like apparatus. And it fires not solid bullets but electric bullets. Firing the gun normally in a straight like means that dissipation of the speed of the bullet is normal. But when you add a coil things change a bit. The coil will change the bullets speed and resulting force and also induce a voltage as well. The path to ground also has it's attractive force on the bullet. It's like a vacuum to the bullet, sucking it into it's capacity via the conductor connected to ground. You also have BEMF resulting from the shot fired and this is where the AC portion is fulfilled. The only thing you need to do is figure out how to hook the load on and I believe that is pretty easy to tell how he did it. One to each ground. Since there is a coil each end of the coil will be at a different potential then the other. This gives direction and flow of AC current will naturally be formed.

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« Reply #14075 on: September 22, 2012, 03:32:58 PM »
Since I'm usually a little bit slow on the uptake, has this something to do with the bank of capacitors seen in the yellow tent presentation?

Below the first image shows a bank of high voltage (one-phase) capacitors connected to some 50Hz microwave oven transformers. Allegedly the result is, that the consumed current of those transformers goes down from 180 to 100 amps, as stated in the video.

The second image shows a bank of three-phase capacitors connected to a Kapanadze device running a huge three-phase motor.

Now the question arises: Are these capacitors in the TK tent presentation necessary in order to compensate the induction of the huge three-phase motor? If so, then why they are obviously still/already connected in this video without the motor (third image)?

TK takes measurements on the heating elements hence the device is running without motor (and without the slightest noise due to HV and/or HF), but I can't spot any difference in the wiring concerning the bank of capacitors (they are fixed wired without any plugs or switches).

Hence if the conclusion should be that these capacitors are not necessary in order to run the motor, then the only remaining conclusion can be that they are necessary in order to run the device. Got you TK. :D

So (since the huge coils are phony anyway) any ideas how to connect a capacitor of some sort to a 50Hz transformer of some sort in a way that the transformer provides more energy than it consumes?


 How exactly did you figure out the huge coils are fake?


 Lets figure out what TK was doing here. This I believe is only a demonstration of the Tesla wireless system. That is it. This is not an overunity device. It is merely a demonstration to a power company of how to use Tesal's system so that they did not have to invest billions in infrastructure like poles and wires. The wattage is only the maximum ability of the unit to transmit the power to their customers. I think this was taken out of context and Assumed it was a power production unit. Which it is not. So if we put all of these devices together you have power generation 2004 video, power transmission without cost of wiring (Turkey video) and power reception unit fish tank unit. I could be wrong about that but I don't think so.

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« Reply #14076 on: September 22, 2012, 05:00:02 PM »
What I suspect is that TK read about Tesla's wireless system and saw a way to creat a capacitor of very large capacity.
And in doing so he discovered something completely different.

This is not an overunity device.
Then why the measurements in front of the camera on the input power cable?

How exactly did you figure out the huge coils are fake?
First, because the three-phase motor runs on 50Hz, but a one-layer coil without core can't influence a 50Hz current significantly. Second, there is no helical coil anywhere near as seen on the 2004 device, thus it cannot be the same principle of work (even if there is a principle at all). Third, high frequency (from a hidden spark gap?) in these huge unshielded coils would pollute the whole environment with magnetic waves disturbing all kinds of electronics nearby (but this was not observed).

Now some calculations: The device in the tent presentation is allegedly rated at 100KW and it uses 12 big capacitors. That makes 8.33KW for each capacitor. The 2004 device runs with a load of 5KW, maybe it can supply slightly more. That suggests one of such a big-sized capacitor is needed for the 2004 device. Question: Where is this capacitor? Does it fit into the tin can? If not then the only capacitor that comes into question is the capacitor hidden behind the coil next to the transformer. But in my understanding this capacitor is a (polarized) filter capacitor connected to the DC of the diode bridge not directly to the transformer.

So what could be the signification of this? ??? ::) :)

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« Reply #14077 on: September 22, 2012, 05:19:56 PM »
    The ability of the electric field to accelerate electrons is a pretty wonderful thing.  The ability of the magnetic field to guide the electrons is just as wonderful.    Imagine an electron leaving a cold cathode due to a high voltage pulse.  The electron is acclerated by the electric field towards the anode.  It goes faster and faster and faster and smacks into the anode at 1/6 the speed of light.  The resulting collision releases large amounts of energy bound in the electron orbital momentum of the anode metal.   The anode metal is sprayed on top of a flurescent coating which coats the inside of a bottle.  The bottle has been evacuated so the electron has very little chance of slowing down in unwanted collisions as it is being accelerated by the electric field between the pulsed anode and the cold cathode attached to ground.  The electron collision in the anode metal results in the creation of energy far in excess of that needed to accelerate the electron.  This is especially true if the pulse is recycled in an electrical echo system.   The flurescent coating takes the created xrays and converts them into visible light.  The electron can also crash into a special pulsed anode and pop out a neutron.  The neutron then emits a new electron and very high frequency photon in the gamma ray spectrum.   These crazy neutrons take 12 seconds to become a proton.  Once you have a proton it stays a proton no matter what you do to it.  Funny thing about protons is that when they are accelerated or deaccerated they need to shed their rest inertia by creating photons.  Somehow these particles defy Einsteins theory that electromagnetic radiation is the transfer of inertia.  We can take a proton and accelerate it in an electric field or deaccelerate it in a magnetic field and yet there is no radiation, or is there?  Perhaps the radiation is of such a high frequency or low frequency that it gives rise to the gravitational phenomenon?

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« Reply #14078 on: September 22, 2012, 05:29:40 PM »
Please revisit and re-read, article at page 940
Reply #14097 on:Today at 09:04:18 AM »
I have made major  additions and corrections to it
Please concentrate on electrostatic resonance


 
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« Reply #14079 on: September 22, 2012, 06:01:49 PM »
The electron collision in the anode metal results in the creation of energy far in excess of that needed to accelerate the electron. 
Why?

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« Reply #14080 on: September 22, 2012, 06:39:54 PM »
Please revisit and re-read, article at page 940

Dear Wesley (and others). Please, if you refer to an earlier article in a thread, let us know the "Reply #" or the link to it, since giving just page number is not very convenient: I have set my pages that show only ten (10) posts, so in fact I see the last page number as 1411; regular set is fifty (50) posts, so it's significantly different number.

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« Reply #14081 on: September 22, 2012, 07:32:23 PM »
Dear Wesley (and others). Please, if you refer to an earlier article in a thread, let us know the "Reply #" or the link to it, since giving just page number is not very convenient: I have set my pages that show only ten (10) posts, so in fact I see the last page number as 1411; regular set is fifty (50) posts, so it's significantly different number.






Please revisit and re-read,  my article  at page 940
Reply #14097 on:Today at 09:04:18 AM »

On that page at the bottom there is long article made by stivep  that is me Wesley
The article  is  signed as Wesley at the bottom of it.
I have made major  additions and corrections to it
Please concentrate on electrostatic resonance


Wesley


Ps:  every article made by  me is signed with my name at the end of it.,( if I did not  forget to do  it) :)
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« Reply #14082 on: September 22, 2012, 07:42:57 PM »
Why?


 Why because this is exactly what Tesla reported. His later work was with using charged particles and how It would net more in the collision then what it would to accelerate the particle in the first place. Look for the open ended vacuum tube he created.


 I'll see if I can get a link for you.

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« Reply #14083 on: September 22, 2012, 08:11:11 PM »
@stivep

From what you have discussed, should I understand that a spark gap does not necessarily have to produce a spark to maintain its intended effect?

@all

I need some help understanding the 2004 full wave bridge rectifier. I put an image grab of the rectifier plus a diagram of a standard FWBR as an inset. I would be curious to know where the points of the inset diagram are actually on the 2004 fwbr. Seems to me something is not right there but I could be wrong.

Here is a quote from wiki on Zener diodes. Notice where they mention "Zener and switching diodes are connected in series".

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Zener diodes

    Diodes that can be made to conduct backward. This effect, called Zener breakdown, occurs at a precisely defined voltage, allowing the diode to be used as a precision voltage reference. In practical voltage reference circuits, Zener and switching diodes are connected in series and opposite directions to balance the temperature coefficient to near-zero. Some devices labeled as high-voltage Zener diodes are actually avalanche diodes (see above). Two (equivalent) Zeners in series and in reverse order, in the same package, constitute a transient absorber (or Transorb, a registered trademark). The Zener diode is named for Dr. Clarence Melvin Zener of Carnegie Mellon University, inventor of the device.
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« Reply #14084 on: September 22, 2012, 08:11:22 PM »


Book mentioned by  many including Arunas
as there is a problem with  access to this  book by many of us I have found one that does not require to give any email or password or  any torrent to have..
just go  and click:
You will be amazed when  you find out that this book at first was say OK to some of
than it is more and more in use and handy because of its simplicity of explanation.
http://www.tuks.nl/pdf/Reference_Material/Steinmetz/CP%20Steinmetz%20-%20Elementary%20Lectures%20on%20Electric%20Discharges,%20Waves%20and%20Impulses,%20and%20Other%20Transients%20-%201911.pdf


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Quote from: jbignes5 on September 21, 2012, 10:51:15 PM[/size]

A: did you read the book or not? B: The book is not about free energy it is about waves and how they can and will influence a biased wire. Just go to this link and go to the page I mentioned with the chapter Header: Lecture X


he whole book is a treatise on what the power companies learned over the years about switching the gens on and off from the power lines. What effects shorts to ground have on the lines and the transformers on each end. The resulting waves of both damped and undamped waves are talked about in the book. I would suggest reading the whole book but I guess no one wants to educate themselves. Instead you would rather sit and postulate about subjects you have no clue about. You know how I know you have no clue about them? Because it says no one has really delved into the transients and what effects they have. We know little about this stuff because the transients were always shunted to ground. Which is the only high capacity they could shunt into. Read and learn what the professionals who works on those systems learned by trial and error. The system that TK devised is on par with a Tesla system.


Wesley

 

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