I was just testing some ideas and here was the outcome.
Before i added the magnet , I wanted to just see how puling the coil reacted. As Posted Before
, i was able to get a some what decent current in the shorted large wire coil.
because i wanted to try to combine these or "connect the output to the input in the correct phase" i tried adding diodes and FWB and spark gaps just to try out some things. the results are quite interesting.
under the right input pulses, I could get a higher output pulse ( voltage) i could not musure current with my current probes because of the big impulses. however i did add a shunt resistor. The bad thing is i have to use a large value resistor in order to see the current with my HV isolated probes... so that's not helpful. however the current is not a large spike, so this method was not successful for the result i was looking for. however it was interesting.
Here are some photos of the Batt voltage ( yellow trace) . you can see the batt going up past the average. and the over all curve has more area under the curve the voltage coming back than sent out. normally the batt has to recover, it dose not " bounce" backup. so that's interesting.
The ringing of the coils SRF is where that voltage is coming from, you can see that the purple trace is measuring that voltage and it flat lines once it reaches the Batt voltage. once its lower than batt voltage there is no more excess batt voltage... i cant seem to get the FWBR to catch both peeks of that ring... ( in the full color scope shot, green is input current, blue is the " output" current, yellow is batt voltage, and purple the voltage mesured from ground of the batt and the lead connected to the large wire coil, there it connects to the FWB.
Whats really throwing me off is the fact that there is a full batt voltage on the purple trace as soon as the switch is closed... capacitance i guess? its not induction. there would be a curve i think?
id like to make a video on this... guess ill need to