AuroraTek demonstion tesla tech 2014 overunity? (Russ's View)

Smoky

Re: AuroraTek demonstion tesla tech 2014 overunity? (Russ's View)
« Reply #25, on November 7th, 2014, 08:34 PM »
Hi Matt,
Yes it's surprising what has been known and forgotten about magic pixie dust wires!
Have attached an example for your interest.
Gerry

~Russ

Re: AuroraTek demonstion tesla tech 2014 overunity? (Russ's View)
« Reply #26, on November 11th, 2014, 10:25 AM »
pixie dust.. oh boy! now you've gon and did it... lol don't let it float away

:)

keep up the good communication! you guys will figure it out! ( if there is something to figure out)

Blessings you ways!

~Russ
Re: AuroraTek demonstion tesla tech 2014 overunity? (Russ's View)
« Reply #27, on November 11th, 2014, 10:26 AM »
PS. i took some detailed close ups for a reason... font disguard that. look closely...  ( my posted video on the subject)
Re: AuroraTek demonstion tesla tech 2014 overunity? (Russ's View)
« Reply #28, on November 11th, 2014, 10:29 AM »
and from what i remember it was copper wire... but what kind or what type... pixie dust... ??

FYI:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCxrxSmgl8Q#

Gunther Rattay

Re: AuroraTek demonstion tesla tech 2014 overunity? (Russ's View)
« Reply #29, on November 11th, 2014, 03:10 PM »
what about using isolated stainless steel wire building up it´s own magnetism parallel to the core. could that be a way to get unusual phase shift?

Matt Watts

Re: AuroraTek demonstion tesla tech 2014 overunity? (Russ's View)
« Reply #30, on November 11th, 2014, 07:38 PM »
Quote from Gunther Rattay on November 11th, 2014, 03:10 PM
what about using isolated stainless steel wire building up it´s own magnetism parallel to the core. could that be a way to get unusual phase shift?
If you put resistance outside the circuit, you will see the phase shift, but you will be in error.  If the resistance is internal to the coil winding so that it actually provides the flux, then I think the added resistance is beneficial.  So it's possible something like a stainless steel wire could work, but it's only a guess.  It might even work better with iron wire.  Just no way to know without experimentation.

Gunther Rattay

Re: AuroraTek demonstion tesla tech 2014 overunity? (Russ's View)
« Reply #31, on September 27th, 2015, 03:40 PM »
Quote from Matt Watts on November 7th, 2014, 07:27 PM
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It did make me a bit suspicious when he started talking about Cooper Pairs though.  I took it as something that happens when the device is powered-up, not something built into the device. ...
Why should Cooper-pairing only happen at power-up?

Smoky

Re: AuroraTek demonstion tesla tech 2014 overunity? (Russ's View)
« Reply #32, on September 27th, 2015, 07:57 PM »
Hi Gunther,
On the resistance aspect of the Aurotek output coils, I wound up some large diameter output coils from fine wire about 0.2 mm dia 60 turns each. When the the transformer is heavily loaded supplying current, the coils do get warm around the outside path.
However where both coils pass through inside of the large Metglas output core they do stay cool.  This might be because the Lenz field effectively cancels in this area? 
Also I found by gradually introducing an air gap into each of the input cores .....the input phase angle between volts and current can get very close to 90 degrees so Cos phi goes toward zero.  However the output power is quite diminished only 400 mW at 3KHz in my test.  It did give theoretical OU result but quite useless levels to be practical.
When I tried thin insulated garden wire for input coil there was virtually no magnetic field induction, so no output.
I didn't have enough input power to saturate the iron wire to test any "delayed field" benefit.

Matt Watts

Re: AuroraTek demonstion tesla tech 2014 overunity? (Russ's View)
« Reply #33, on September 27th, 2015, 08:31 PM »
Quote from Gunther Rattay on September 27th, 2015, 03:40 PM
Why should Cooper-pairing only happen at power-up?
That phenomena (if it actually exists) doesn't seem like something that would happen in an ambient/natural state.  His SFT is nothing more than a slightly modified transformer.  So if Cooper-Pairs are happening in it, they must be happening in lots of things.

I stumbled onto something today I think better explains what Bill's device is doing, if it is in fact outputting excess energy.
Re: AuroraTek demonstion tesla tech 2014 overunity? (Russ's View)
« Reply #34, on February 3rd, 2016, 03:15 AM »Last edited on February 3rd, 2016, 03:44 AM
Looks like Bill is selling, whether he has product that works or not...?

http://auroratek.us/PRODUCTS.html

I've been told a thousand times if it's too good to be true, it probably is.


Also note, he is no longer calling his gizmo a Split Flux Transformer (SFT), but instead a Spin Zero Transformer (SZT):

http://auroratek.us/SCIENCE.html

Note sure if this is evolution or marketing spin--pun intended.