new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha

Matt Watts

Re: new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
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Let's assume a rather strange condition where we have two mutually induced coils.  The frequency is set such that in each coil the phase is near 180 degrees opposite for each coil when the coils should normally be showing near perfect phase alignment.  What we have is a scenario where each coil is trying to force the other coil into negative inductance.  What I mean is, say each coil's independent inductance is 10mH, but in the scenario I propose measured in-circuit inductance appears to -10mH or rather 10mF capacitance, even though we are dealing with coils not capacitors.

Seems far fetched right?  Not so fast because we can actually produce this scenario to some degree and when we do, we have in effect capacitors capable of producing magnetic fields.  Now think about this for a minute.  What sort of advantages can you get when you use capacitors to produce a magnetic field?  One advantage is a direct conversion between dielectric and magnetic?  There are others.  Can you think of what they might be?

Ultimately we are interested in a condition where EMF and CEMF are in the same direction--induced and applied, meaning the load actually feeds the source as well as the source feeding the load.

Russ presented these concepts in his "Search for Answers" videos.  Do check them out.

evostars

Re: new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #51,  »
next part in answer to Russ.
the magnetic field of one coil induces a voltage in the other coil, that should be opposite (counter emf).

so a negative voltage.

this negative voltage is maximum, at the end of the 1/2 period.

in the next 1/2 it transforms back into a magnetic field/current by resonance. Maximum current when the voltage is again zero at 3/4 period.

so...

voltage to current is positve transform
current to voltage is negative transform.

thus the positive current of coil 1
induces a negative voltage in L2(max negative, at end of 1/2 period) , and is again transformed into a negative current. but this negative current is max at 3/4 period.

so at 1/4 period the current is maximum positive
and therefor the answer is:

yes  Russ, the currents are equal polarity. At least in the resonant situation. in the fisrst half period

pfew. did I pass the test? :rofl:


Re: new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #52,  »
@ matt
the counter emf forces are not enough to overcome resistance. I tested this already. The excessive energy has to come from somewhere else.
Seems Radiant energy effects hold the key.

If the radiation that made me sick, is properly tuned, to create a current L3 that at the same time is Resonant. Then the radiant  induced current together with the resonant voltage in L3 provides real power.

This is only a theory so far, but I might be able to prove this pretty soon. as the tuning process becomes clear.

fingers crossed.
we'll see.

~Russ

Re: new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #53,  »
( tried to respond faster but failed lol)
in response to Matts post,

yes, That's correct Matt, Each coil is in Parallel. and mutually connected.  and in this case balanced not not 100%.

Evo

here is a photo of what i have been trying to express for a long time.

Study it for a while. see if it makes scene.

and see if you can see how the addition of the EMF and CEMF can be useful and together.

~Russ

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Re: new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #54,  »
Quote from evostars on September 16th, 03:33 AM
next part in answer to Russ.
the magnetic field of one coil induces a voltage in the other coil, that should be opposite (counter emf).

so a negative voltage.

this negative voltage is maximum, at the end of the 1/2 period.

in the next 1/2 it transforms back into a magnetic field/current by resonance. Maximum current when the voltage is again zero at 3/4 period.

so...

voltage to current is positve transform
current to voltage is negative transform.

thus the positive current of coil 1
induces a negative voltage in L2(max negative, at end of 1/2 period) , and is again transformed into a negative current. but this negative current is max at 3/4 period.

so at 1/4 period the current is maximum positive
and therefor the answer is:

yes  Russ, the currents are equal polarity. At least in the resonant situation. in the fisrst half period

pfew. did I pass the test? :rofl:
Here is the hard part, The voltage at the ends of the same two parall wires are the same... Indicating that the current in L2 is 180 deg out of phase with the first current in L1. yet the voltages at the ends of the wires are still the same polarity. Indicating a true negative inductance.

I will try to post a photo of this happening. soon.
~Russ

evostars

Re: new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #55,  »
Ready for experimenting tomorrow.
the soeks radiation meter will arrive tomorrow so, then I'll kniw it there is any radiation.

If so, I will make a remote switch, so I can keep my distance.
got some other ideas for protection.

felt great after that one day of extreme tiredness and sleeping.

foto shows a heavy brass octaeder that is connected to the source as a floating ground.

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Re: new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #56,  »
@russ
Cemf XL and XC are in phase but negative (Xl=-Xc)?

not sure about this.

what if this negative induction is right, how do you intend to bring it to practice? is there an application for?
Re: new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #57,  »
I could use my webcam, to look at the  scope screen for distant tuning.
the scope is also ethernet able but webcam seems easier.
maybe control via ethernet of the scope.

also got microfoon cable, so I could remove  the pulse generator, for tuning at a distance, it also controls turn on and off.

this way I could tune at a distance.

still would ionise the workbench, but if its only shortly on /off should be a lot safer

Lynx

Re: new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #58,  »
Awesome Evo, keep it up :thumbsup:

evostars

Re: new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #59,  »
Quote from Lynx on September 18th, 08:43 AM
Awesome Evo, keep it up :thumbsup:
tnx!

did some testing with new mosfet, only got some elevated radiation maximum 3x background levels. nothing dangerous.

tried tuning, and noticed the L3 tuning capacitor (47nF 600V) became hot.

need to tune further so it will resonate at 105kHz.
this frequency showed most current through a parallel resistor over L3.

but first... dinner. thai Chicken curry

Lynx

Re: new oscillaror circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
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Are you Faraday caging yourself? :nuke: