Resonance. What is it?
I've promised to make a video about it. but its not that easy.
In music, resonance is used all over the place. But in electrics its hardly everused.
most instruments makes use of resonance. a guitar string, when plukked vibrates at its resonant frequency.
A pinao when played, the hammer hits the strings, and they vibrate at their resonant frequency.
We can tune the resonant freuqency by changing the tension of the string, or the mass.
This vibrating, resonant frequency, is not only done by the strings, but also by the wood of the instrument. It gets amplified. And the air (medium) around it also resonates. producing longitudinal presure waves, we call sound. and our ears can pick them up.
Every coil and every capacitor has its own resonant frequency. If a coil is energised, this resonant frequency shows up as a fading sine wave. And if we pulse the coil at this frequency the sine wave grows bigger. The medium around it (ether) also starts to resonate (longitudinal?) and metal objects in the area also.
If I have a bifilar coil, pulsed at its resonant frequency. this frequency can be read from a nearby metal object. just put a osciloscope on it and you will read the same sine wave. and with alot of voltage.
This resonant transfer must be like sound, the longitudinal energy wave moves through the ether, and transferres its energy into a metal object, where we can read the sine voltage.
Just like sound. the string vibrates at its resonant freuqency produceing longitudinal pressure waves through the air, and the air transfers this longitudinal energy to the membrane of a microphone, where it is picked up and transduced into a electric signal via a coil.
The bifilar coil has a lower resonant freuqnecy due to its added capacitance. And the voltage rise in nearby metals is very great.
So there is a relation between dielectric field energy, and longitudinal field energy. Are they the same? I dont think so. but they seam to interact easily.
The dielectric field would be strong in between the windings. but it also seems to flow into the space around the coil, as we can measure the sine voltage in nearby conducting objects.
These fields are not static electricity. they are dynamic.
How can we make use of these pressure wave fields (tsunami's)
I really think there is a lot more to this field. but to let it gain in strength we would need more voltage.
I'm still afraid of this higher potential. On one hand it seems harmless, but on the other hand, its not so harmless, it seems to interact with the energy of life itself. It can make me sick.
And, the sparks, have burned me often. once you grab the wire, its OK. but if you let it spark, is HOT, and it will leave a burnmark spot.
The energy gives a feeling of being alive. And I do know it can be used for medicine. Its life itself.