Test results of new coil design

chuff1

Test results of new coil design
« on June 22nd, 2017, 03:41 PM »Last edited on June 22nd, 2017, 03:50 PM
     A year ago or so I started tinkering with a special design of coil wrapped around two
separate ferrite core.  The idea was to create a counter rotating magnetic field.  One
field would be in the center core, the other would be the outer core.  Here is a picture of the coil. Now its hard to see how its constructed but here is a description; 

     The wire is actually desoldering braid laid flat against the cores, I chose
this material because Tesla had mentioned that using flat copper cable would not heat
up like round cable would.  So the coil is wound in caduceus style meaning the first wrap
goes around the outer core then its counter wrapped in the inner core. When you pulse
the coil with DC what happens is you create a magnetic field say N/S on the outer core
and S/N on the inner core as close together as possible to each other.   

     Now when I drove this coil in the high frequency range of around 45khz with a overdrivin
Sine wave into an audio amplifier something strange happened.  It started to emit a high
frequency squeal that did not show up on the scope as noise in the signal.  Mind you
that 45khz is way too high to hear and I thought that it may be a harmonic of the driving
frequency but it did not show up on the scope even by using a probe hooked up to a separate
coil wrapped around a core so that I could see any stray voltages. 

     After a few minutes of this noise all of the sudden I heard a Pop.  Looking at the core
I noticed that both cores had exploded.  So after winding another setup, I repeated
the test again.  Same result, ringing then boom another set of cores destroyed themselves.
Come to find out it was because of a phenomenon called Ferromagnetic resonance
I had only one set of cores left so knowing that I didn't want to blow these up I moved on
to find out what else could be done with them. 

     I put the coil aside until today when I had the chance to experiment again.  After hooking
up the coil as you see in the picture, I sent a 12vdc Pulse into it with around 500ma, Here is a picture of the driving current and frequency and Here is a picture of the O-scope showing the output voltage and
wave form.  Now I don't know about you but that is a very high voltage coming from a very short
coil winding.  When I touched the output where the scope probe is with my finger It burned like
it was red hot, but when I cut the power to the coil and touched the wire it was room temp.  I am
driving the coil with a 555 timer circuit with adjustable frequency and duty cycle feeding a Mosfet.
  The voltage will go higher when adjusted but my scope OL's over 600v.  So for the pic I dropped
it to show the voltage.  The black wire coming from the mosfet is connected on one end and the
other lead is connected only a few turns in then the output is taken from the other end of the coil.
Here is one more picture of the coil connected to one end of a florescent bulb.

     I wanted to share my findings so others may duplicate and further the cause.  Good luck. 

evostars

Re: Test results of new coil design
« Reply #1, on June 30th, 2017, 03:38 PM »
thanks for sharing.

~Russ

Re: Test results of new coil design
« Reply #2,  »
Quite Intresting for sure.

Thanks for sharing.

Now we know how to genarate the effect.!!! 

~Russ

Cycle

Re: Test results of new coil design
« Reply #3,  »
Since a toroidal coil focuses the magnetic flux inside itself, I wonder what would happen if rather than having one toroid nested in the inner diameter of another, you wound one toroid on a ferrite core in one direction, then wrapped a second layer of windings in the opposite direction atop the first windings.

It'd be sort of akin to a bifilar toroid. Would the magnetic fields in the ferrite core cancel out? Where would the energy go in that case?

chuff1

Re: Test results of new coil design
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Funny you should ask that.  There is a diagram that displays that type of winding.
It is claimed to be a Flying machine of the anti-gravatic design. Hereis the document that the claims came from. As for any voltage created, there would be none perceivable.

Cycle

Re: Test results of new coil design
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Quote from chuff1 on June 22nd, 2017, 03:41 PM
When I touched the output where the scope probe is with my finger It burned like it was red hot, but when I cut the power to the coil and touched the wire it was room temp.
Would that be like the radiant energy stinging sensation experienced by Tesla starting in 1889 when he rapidly closed a switch with high voltage DC?

Perhaps if you placed an isolated coil of wire around that area of the wire you touched, hooked to your scope to see if anything is happening there.

chuff1

Re: Test results of new coil design
« Reply #6,  »
It was a high frequency ac burn

Apoc4lypse

Re: Test results of new coil design
« Reply #7,  »
A small portal to hell.

Ignore me... haven't gotten much sleep over the weekend and can't help but feel like impending doom is upon us all... like gut feeling kind of stuff.

When I get feelings like this bad stuff usually happens...but what would happen if you created a current that ran so fast it broke a hole in space time? This is why motionless systems make me uneasy... something appearing completely inanimate that can physically move something else just doesn't seem right to me.

chuff1

Re: Test results of new coil design
« Reply #8,  »
You got me there Apoc. 

Apoc4lypse

Re: Test results of new coil design
« Reply #9,  »
Wonder what would happen if you put AC through this? Although I'm a little terrified about what could happen if DC shattered the cores...
Re: Test results of new coil design
« Reply #10,  »
Actually, do you know a good place to get Toroid Cores from?

chuff1


Apoc4lypse

Re: Test results of new coil design
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I need one with an inner diameter of like 3-4 inches and an outer diameter preferably no more than 5 inches... would probably need it custom made tbh heh... I might not need it though, not sure yet if I'm going to make it an air core and wind around a base... been exploring different options though in terms of the coil I'm going to use.

chuff1

Re: Test results of new coil design
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I suggest using Metglas tape and making your own core.

Apoc4lypse

Re: Test results of new coil design
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Heh uh chuff1 where did you get the idea to do this from anyway? Just curious... I think the reason your cores exploded is because the magnetic fields became kind of tangled so to speak... plus it was pulsed DC so they resonated with one another till they exploded.

chuff1

Re: Test results of new coil design
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The idea came from a combination of Wilbert Smith's coil and Stan Deyo's Antigravity configuration.

Matt Watts

Re: Test results of new coil design
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A pseudo Caduceus coil aay.  Making tensor energy.

Recall what Smith said about his coil:  He needed to increase the input power to some point before it work.  Once he got to that power level, it was as though the energy "disappeared"--input 1000 watts, output zero.  Others have stated the "beam" is very narrow but can be detected.  Also, the windings must be exact.

Still thinking Searl's "The Law of the Squares" needs to be incorporated into the geometry.

So much to learn, so little time...

Apoc4lypse

Re: Test results of new coil design
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TPU toroidal power unit. I'm pretty sure this works using magnetic flux in a harmonic progression being inducted back into electrical current.

Better name would be a Harmonic Flux Reactor since you technically don't have to use a toroidal core to achieve this o don't think.

You get a core of a certain magnetic permeability and wind it so you can pulse magnetic field into it then pulse it with counteracting and reacting magnetic fields in a way similar to harmonic vibrations causing the magnetic field flux to increase inside the core and capture this using inductors to feed back into the system while using guass sensors and controllers programmed to control the dc currents amplitudes and directions to create a harmonic electrical system that feeds back into itself increasing the power inside.

This is why chuffs cores shattered in his experiment magnetic harmonics broke the cores, do this the right way without breaking the cores and find a way to induct the strengthened magnetic flux moving within the core and there you go; magnetic current amplification.