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Adding to this design if possible,  very good work I see here.    The addition of magnetic field(s) to the bottom and top of a coil will cause a compression and just like gunpowder it can be directed to do greater things.   Are these schematics in the site library?
Video posts look well done.   


Been a long time,  good seeing so many old timers.
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Joule Thief / Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Last post by Slider2732 on Today at 12:26:36 AM »
Instantly working for some projects is about the same as "I'll just print out this PDF and be right with you". There's usually a niggle of something.
There may be a need to protect the return path of the output signal with something like an optical isolator. Am not sure of the speed they max out at, but can be as simple as an I/R LED and detector inside a black straw. Another route may be to use a transistor as a high speed switch, such that only it blows if anything odd happens.
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mechanic / Re: Friedrich Luling Magnet Motor
« Last post by dom444 on June 20, 2018, 11:56:07 PM »
you are wrong there my model is made of solid steel and welded nearly lost a finger tip as the force of the rotor approaches the magnets there is real force and not just a bit as i said problem  is the timing.i used neodymium magnets x2 on each face when it is near the face of the rotor  you cant stop it it is not a kids motor, and mine is only small imagine a big one. 
I used steel because its all i had but what i really want is cast iron for the rotor plates i can't find any hear where i am as it adds even more to the attraction force when you get serious about building this motor
there are real forces involved and you have to be careful with it.
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solid state devices / Re: Negative Inductance and measure of Magnetic force.
« Last post by synchro1 on June 20, 2018, 11:54:31 PM »
O.K., now for a final exam see if you can make sense of the following statement:

The EM coil is in the presence of a magnetic field with a value of one "Negative Henry".

The core saturation from the adjacency of a permanent magnet field would lower the core inductance from 1.92 to .92. and therefore have a value expressed in 'Negative Henries".
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solid state devices / Final inductance measurements.
« Last post by synchro1 on June 20, 2018, 10:28:29 PM »

I replaced the battery in my "VICI" Inductance meter, and remeasured the inductance of the two electromagnet coils.

The 10 Henry choke, which measured 10 Henries when I first got it, now measures 1.91 Henries with the core split.

The 500 newton round coil, which has been used mightily by me, now measures .052 Henries. It generated a little over 100 pounds of attraction strength new, but has grown weaker.

Nevertheless, the silicon steel laminated "E" core EM coil currently has a whopping 36.7 times the inductance as the round cobalt core EM.

That means the round EM coil would need 36 times the power to do the same work as the laminated one. That would surely make it smoke!

The corollary, of course, is that the silicon steel core coil would generate over 36 times the power from the same magnet rotor as the round EM.
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Hi Cheors
Probably the iron filings cling to the strong and overlapping harmonics and friction of glass and particles play part in what you see.
You would not expect those iron filings to all latch to field rotation and whirl around in solid ball at 60hz anyways


When you see the magnet spinner placed in the stator it behaves like the rotor in a reluctance motor stepping with the poles as they rotate at a low rate.


L192
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Hi Cheors
Probably the iron filings cling to the strong and overlapping harmonics and friction of glass and particles play part in what you see.
You would not expect those iron filings to all latch to field rotation and whirl around in solid ball at 60hz anyways
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D'où vient ce 60 Hz?
- pas du déplacement lent des particules (1/10 -1/50 Hz)?
- Pas de la rotation rapide des particules (4-5 Hz)?
- pas de l'ondulation du pont de diodes (120Hz) (si elle existe)?
Qu'est-ce que le fréquencemètre mesure précisément?

 Where does this 60 Hz come from  ?
- not from the slow particle displacement (1/10 -1/50 Hz) ?
- not from the fast particle rotation (4-5 Hz) ?
- not from the FWB ripple (120Hz) (if it exists) ?
What the frequencemeter is really measuring ?


Exactly the correct questions to be asking.


L192
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Joule Thief / Re: Dr Ronald Stiffler SEC technology
« Last post by Lidmotor on June 20, 2018, 09:19:41 PM »
Slider---- This should be fun to see if I can get this function generator to at least do what those little crystal oscillators I have do.  As you and I know the 'Exciters' energize the whole area around the device so trying to isolate and protect this generator might be tricky.  The crystal oscillators tolerated it just fine so I am wondering what went wrong with the Dr. Jones experiment.
  I have no idea what a Symplectic signal is.  I tried looking it up but got confusing answers from Google.  Perhaps I'm too symple minded? Ha.
  I hope you get your AD9850 eventually running.  Had you gotten your project instantly working I might have gone that direction.

---Lidmotor
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D'où vient ce 60 Hz?
- pas du déplacement lent des particules (1/10 -1/50 Hz)?
- Pas de la rotation rapide des particules (4-5 Hz)?
- pas de l'ondulation du pont de diodes (120Hz) (si elle existe)?
Qu'est-ce que le fréquencemètre mesure précisément?

 Where does this 60 Hz come from  ?
- not from the slow particle displacement (1/10 -1/50 Hz) ?
- not from the fast particle rotation (4-5 Hz) ?
- not from the FWB ripple (120Hz) (if it exists) ?
What the frequencemeter is really measuring ?
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