Induction coil

Matt Watts

Re: Induction coil
« Reply #50, on May 16th, 2014, 07:31 AM »
Quote from freethisone on May 16th, 2014, 03:34 AM
i found it, but i see now its only available to members who are logged on. .  here is a link instead.
Yes, that's it.  Found this link too that is quite helpful:
http://my.voyager.net/~jrrandall/CookCoil.htm



Now my question is, if this device is useful at all, could it be because it exploits something like NAR?  Something not obvious just looking at it?

The interesting thing about it is, it is a rather long inductor and probably is not scalable which would invalidate my previous comments about it.  I say this having learned a little more about NAR.  NAR makes use of the speed of sound in a material, so if you scale down physically, you likely would cross right over the critical threshold where the speed of sound and the propagation of current flow & magnetic field meet.  Proper dimensions and proper material would make all the difference in the world.  This is clearly something I have overlooked in the past--these type of devices do not scale!  You have to build them in accordance with the physical properties.  This Cook Inductor is a prime example.  It's far more than just an inductor and I suspect the inventor had no idea how it actually worked or why.

Thanks Free for bringing it back to my attention.  It certainly deserves another look.

freethisone

Re: Induction coil
« Reply #51, on May 16th, 2014, 08:15 AM »Last edited on May 16th, 2014, 08:25 AM
thank you for posting that, i have one other i want to include. if you can blow that picture up also and post it please its
helpful.https://www.google.com/patents/US52054?
dq=US52054&hl=en&sa=X&ei=B6V0U6y_MJW0sQSvgIGYAg&ved=0CDcQ6AEwAAUS52054

here is the other inductor i came across. this one is long also, but has two coils. it is very similar to Tesla one wire motor inductor.

i hope you are able to find a scrap yard, irion wire bundles would work well.it would cost is high, for wire and steel
also in this first patent you have the ssame idea as Ed lee  did. the great thing about this configuration is you may use it as a plasma chamber or a way to keep the plasma off the walls of the magnetic field. so its useful in epg also.

Matt Watts

Re: Induction coil
« Reply #53, on May 16th, 2014, 06:11 PM »Last edited on May 16th, 2014, 11:26 PM by Lynx
And here's one for you Free:



Now imagine just how much of a spike you would get when that domain wall is unpinned.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_wall_(magnetism)

freethisone

Re: Induction coil
« Reply #54, on June 13th, 2014, 05:38 PM »

interesting

these experiments open up some new roads to test. :P
Re: Induction coil
« Reply #55, on June 14th, 2014, 08:06 PM »
Eric Roberts
you should check out this patent, and all the other patents by Eric Roberts
LaithWaite,  see previous vid for magnetic current.,


LaithWaite,   (10) Patent N0.:
(45) Date of Patent:
US 6,909,352 B2


ENDLESS CORE FOR A MULTIPHASE
TRANSFORMER AND A TRANSFORMER
INCORPORATING SAME
Re: Induction coil
« Reply #56, on August 21st, 2014, 05:12 PM »Last edited on August 21st, 2014, 05:14 PM
can any one make heads or tales of this?


» Inductors: High-frequency multilayer inductor series ...
http://article.wn.com/view/2012/08/30/Inductors_Highfrequency_multilayer_inducto...
All credit Freethisone. 'The Free Energy circuits. More Research Available at http://open-source-energ... duration: 5:25; published: 02 Dec 2011; updated ...


http://article.wn.com/view/2012/08/30/Inductors_Highfrequency_multilayer_inductor_series_with_worl_d/


this claim is freethisone gets credit?  what can be done with these inductors,? check link 

this is slightly off topic but what is this?  can u seehttp://www.dvbs.eu.org/precession/ the movie? is it really by freethisone? 

Earth Precession 2011 update.


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Re: Induction coil
« Reply #57, on August 22nd, 2014, 02:47 PM »
Quote from Matt Watts on May 16th, 2014, 07:31 AM
Yes, that's it.  Found this link too that is quite helpful:
http://my.voyager.net/~jrrandall/CookCoil.htm



Now my question is, if this device is useful at all, could it be because it exploits something like NAR?  Something not obvious just looking at it?

The interesting thing about it is, it is a rather long inductor and probably is not scalable which would invalidate my previous comments about it.  I say this having learned a little more about NAR.  NAR makes use of the speed of sound in a material, so if you scale down physically, you likely would cross right over the critical threshold where the speed of sound and the propagation of current flow & magnetic field meet.  Proper dimensions and proper material would make all the difference in the world.  This is clearly something I have overlooked in the past--these type of devices do not scale!  You have to build them in accordance with the physical properties.  This Cook Inductor is a prime example.  It's far more than just an inductor and I suspect the inventor had no idea how it actually worked or why.

Thanks Free for bringing it back to my attention.  It certainly deserves another look.
by the way this is a claimed and patented self inductor. i dont know what he means when he said self inductance can not exist. i think if a electric filed is created, by setting it up in occilation can cause it to act like a capacitor.
Re: Induction coil
« Reply #58, on September 26th, 2014, 05:21 AM »
induction coil. did you know when maxwell was doing experiments he made a wire into a W and a second. then he induced the charge into the second W..

AAAAA


WWWWW

make somthing new/ a W and a W that when pressed close to the other one, it will induce its charge.

the all might A frame may be a better way to line the inductor. low resistance.

Matt Watts


freethisone

Re: Induction coil
« Reply #61, on February 17th, 2015, 06:13 AM »Last edited on February 17th, 2015, 06:43 AM
boy George i think i got it.

what are the possibility of creating a particle accelerator in the form of induction coils in this manner.

2 bifillar wound secondary pancake coils. 1foot to 6 foot diameter.  a spiral of copper tubes sandwiched in between.

continuous power by Tesla turbine accelerator pump. together with spark gap and magnetic fluid. 

it would become a fast seething ball of power if operated properly. would you like to see my first design>?



idea 2 make the turbine the primary induction coil. by way of spiral coil from center to circumference, like a mono polar motor.

 
Re: Induction coil
« Reply #62, on March 8th, 2015, 08:48 PM »
revisit this thread..
Re: Induction coil
« Reply #63, on August 13th, 2015, 07:05 AM »
Quote from freethisone on March 8th, 2015, 08:48 PM
revisit this thread..
a liner coil , a hollow steel core induction coil, a second coil inside the first, i wire as my transformer.

the Adriano is used to pulse the liner induction coils to produce response in the transformer coils.of the inductor to be paired with one or more of the same..

Matt Watts


freethisone

Re: Induction coil
« Reply #65, on August 14th, 2015, 03:59 AM »
the old speaker magnets are great. A  vacuum triode possible. barium ferrite core.
Re: Induction coil
« Reply #66, on October 7th, 2015, 04:45 AM »
plenty of input from free. as you see Tesla and hit little mechanical  oscillator  can push well., and can be made motionless.

As tesla stated pulsing and adding to the tone.




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekZspQzvJ8Y


now you can here the pulse motor itself, and identifies the increasing flux. its based on these things.