I won't have a 3d printer and stuff. I can't wait until I can build the one I am seeing. Will probably jus cut some metal or another material for the forms. I have been thinking about how materials will affect, and if using a ferrous material for a core would affect in bad way or good way. I have been thinking also about how form geometry can couple with the coil. If the "gap-space" is an integral part of the sequencing on the coil. Maybe air gaps could be exchanged with another material that is better responsive than an air gap. I'm assuming the gap is where the dielectric shear is.
It's the place where the doubling circuits Nested Vortices form a pinch where the real phase conjugation occurs and the wave velocities tap the phi harmonic pathway and it becomes a heat sink to where resistance fades as the pulsing of the coil seeks to either entrain with the harmonic pathway or is eaten up with resistance and heat.
And just as a collapsing mag field causes back emf, so do does the dielectric counter space have impedance or reactance to over come. So if the coil can over come dielectric impedence and provide a pathway for the medium to react on the right geometry, as the pressure gradient of that medium decompresses into time and space it forms the conventional EM fields common to electrical science which in turn act on the coil.
Sorry I am rambling a bit, but I just had a thought. Has anyone proven or demonstrated how the coil outputs higher voltages?
Wow FFX that is some serious thinking!!
I come from a non electronics background so I'm starting to learn a few of the terms you have used but don't really have a good understanding of them.
I am on a journey of discovery and learning with the aim to try and do some good.
On the learning side the biggest mysteries currently to me (and to most people) are what is magnetism and electricity? Current theories of electrons, protons and neutrons don't gel with me and as noone had actually seen any of these things yet they are just theories and up for questioning.
So far the best theory that gels with me for magnetism and electricity is Ed Leedskalnin's theory of Magnetic Current - this simplifies magnetism and electricity down to two components which Ed refers to as North Magnets and South Magnets which move forward in a clockwise / corkscrew way - a bit yin yang which i like :)
Ed's theory gels with Marko Rodins vortex math theory which also rang true for me. The math in my mind is more accurately describing how Eds magnets move in a spiral way - the paths they follow.
The coils I have designed are based on the math, phi proportions and with Ed's theory in mind so yes - the spacing between wires is important.
Essentially energy / Ed's magnets follow certain rules - i believe they will always flow where there is less 'pressure'.
The greatest thing that i believe determines the direction these magnets move is if there is the opposite type of magnet ahead as they really want to pull through each other. The next most important thing i believe is the medium they flow through - they move slowly through air but much prefer to move through metal as they can move faster.
Another interesting rule / theory by Ed is that magnets move forward in / around wire in a clockwise rotational matter and when there are too many mahnets for the wire they are released in a 90 degree direction to the wire.
So....with the coil the design is very specific to all these ideas.
A signal leaving an amplifier in a sine wave initially starts from very low energy / magnets so these magnets quite happily travel into the magnet wire of the coil. Positive / North magnets into one wire and Negative / South magnets into the other but running in the opposite direction (I will draw some diagrams for all this a bit later).
As the wire is insulated the magnets follow the entire length of each connected wire until they reach the end of the wire - I think this is quite important as this sets the desired path for all magnets to follow as the signal rises.
So the sine wave starts to go up increasing the amount of magnets that flow and they happily follow the path of other magnets and the metal though they are starting to get crowded and are pushing out futher from the wire into the insulation zone.
The sine wave goes higher and the magnets are pushed out further from the wire - they are looking for somewhere else to go and it is at this time that they find the opposite kind of magnets going around the neighbouring wire (coming towards them) at the point where the wires are closest - the centre of the coil - at which point the magnets jump wire with north magnets pulling/flowing through south magnets- the two separate wire bundles now have both magnets running through them (electricity / magnetic current).
The sine wave builds and the two closest wire in the coil become like one wire with both magnets flowing around them - hense the larger gap space is important to allow this flow.
The sine wave goes higher until the magnets have no room to flow around the wires - at this time I believe all wires are overcrowded and magnets start being thrown off at 90 degrees from the wires - it is here that the geometry of the coil / wires / torus shape really comes into play. North magnets thrown off inone direction meet south magnets thrown in the oposite direction which i believe creates a flow pattern / field around the outside of the coil - possibly setting up a kind of tornado shape which possibly helps suck in more magnets into the system. It is also possible the thrown off magnets set up a new field inside the torus as well.
The sine wave reaches its peak then drops back to the middle and the magnet flow drops in the coil however the field may remain.
As the sine wave drops below the middle the opposite kind of magnet are pushed out along the wires causing the magnets to chsnge direction (alternating current).
At certain frequencies the coil geometry creates a more harmonious flow and the voltage readings peak.
With a single coil as the current alternates the magnetic concentrations swap as well from north to south etc.
Therefore using two coils - one clockwise the other counter-clockwise joined together the wires at the point of contact line up perfectly.
The coils are wired so that as the current alternatives like magnets are directed together at the centre where the two coiks meet creating an even higher pressure.
The hope is that this high pressure at the middle forces the magnets into a new path - into the wires for more voltage, into awider outer loop around the coil, into the inside of each coil, into a flat dialtric inertial plan as described by Ken Wheeler or something totally different but hopefully the magnets / energy is kept in the system and provides more watts power output.
Well that was a bit of written release of some of the thoughs going into the work i have done so far and the work still to go.
The thoughts I know are fairly unconvetional however they all gel with ne and feel right so I'm going to keep going with the flow to see how deep this rabit hole goes :P
I hope some of you enjoy what i have written.