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Author Topic: Magnetization Vector?  (Read 3772 times)

Offline CapitalClassic

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Magnetization Vector?
« on: May 24, 2010, 08:18:51 PM »
I am trying to use MagNet(Free Version) but I am not certain how magnetization vectors are set. Can someone explain this to me?

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Magnetization Vector?
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Offline CapitalClassic

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Re: Magnetization Vector?
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2010, 01:26:09 AM »
Sorry, not sure I was clear on what I was asking. I meant to ask what is the magnetization vector? Thanks

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Re: Magnetization Vector?
« Reply #2 on: May 27, 2010, 11:47:18 PM »
I am not sure what you mean, but generally all magnets are some how forced only in the direction where there is a difference in magnetic density on two oposite sides of a magnetic material. That means if a disc magnet is polarized through thickness, it cannot force another magnet to follow its circumference because the other magnet does never "see" a denser or less magnetic field in front or back of it - but only pulling or pushing the other magnet in the angular direction of the circumference.

That's all I got. I do not know the software (?) you ask about.

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Re: Magnetization Vector?
« Reply #3 on: June 27, 2010, 09:15:03 PM »
  Guys:
   The -Magnetic Vector Potential- is one of the most important things relative to producing electric power, according to John Keely.  You can goggle it, and read more about it.
   We may be dealing with an energy (Aether) that is as yet not entirely classified, and may be something more than just magnetic or electric waves, but, also including gravitational energy waves, scalar waves, comic waves fronts,  etz... 
  All waves are produced by the rotational force of the Vortex, but there may by other unknown or as yet untapped forces involved there in.   
  When we run Aether energy through capacitors, it is similar to like sun light going through a prisum,  thus being separated into different colors or frequencies, but all coming from the same original source.
  I still think it is wise to start with the lowest voltage and see what we can convert that to,  like   1v DC  to  10.000 v Dc, 
or more.  We'll later have to bring down the high voltage to convert it to a more usable higher current. Like two tesla coils bank to back. But starting with a 1.5 volt battery, thus avoiding high voltage from the start.
    Using big capacitors to self start a primary Tesla coi circuit , which once resonating with its own magnetic feed-back from the secondary coils, will not only run with gain, and power itself, but will avoid the use of having to use the grid in order be self starting, and it also then become portable. The system can be upscaled once proved working, for any desired load or power need.  Kinda like the Kapanadze 100 Kilo watt system. 
   The resonator - occilator circuit is the key, and is still the secret to any of these Tesla type high voltage devices.
                                                                             NZ

 
   

 

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