26 November 2019
- Last edited 26 November 2019
CaptianLoz had a question, I think its worth posting here to help others also: Loz I hope you dont mind?
Non-Inductive Coil Experiment - Video Five
I wasn't sure where to post this question? Feel free to move it to the correct spot.
You said we allow the voltage to increase by delaying the conduction. I'm a little confused. Can that be said like this- We switch the coil (or conduct) at the voltage we need and not before? Or said another way we wait to see the voltage we want before we conduct? Or said another way, we set the point at which we conduct and we don't want to conduct to early? IE We don't want to conduct before the coil has reached it's full potential? Am I thinking about this right? The word "delayed" is throwing me off for some reason.... The switch isn't delaying the conduction, right? It's telling the coil when to conduct, right?
Voltage on the Partnered Output Coils comes from the Time Rate of Change of the Magnetic Fields.
Delayed Conduction is a Method of increasing the Voltage in the Partnered Output Coils, its a very fast Time Rate of Change, compared to a Standard Diode, which is 0.5 Volt Conduct, approximately, which is a delay, but only a small one compared to TVS which can be 6Volts or more.
EDIT: Why is it Fast? Because when the Coil conducts, via the TVS or similar, the Coil sees the other Partnered Output Coil already carrying TVS Conduct Voltage and Current, a much harder transition.
The Diode is more than that however, its a Unidirectional Gate, allowing Current to flow in one Direction only!
The Interactions of the Coils and the Partners Magnetic Fields are where we see the Gain in Voltage and then Current, because I = V / R. Increase V and keep R steady, I must increase linearly.
We must remember:
- The Time Rate of Change in Current Creates a Voltage.
- The Opposition of Magnetic Fields Pumps Current.
So, a fast Change in Current we get a Higher Voltage, a slow Change in Current we get a low Voltage.
Important: One Partnered Output Coil MUST be carrying a Current so it can be seen as the other Partnered Output Coils Source!
Energy is Joules per second, Watt Seconds. So we must have Sufficient Voltage and there fore Current to bring about this gain, over and above the input.
We have a Gain, Above Unity, because over Time, we have greater Voltage and Current than we have put into the System. A balancing act, where the Voltage we get because of the Time Rate of Change of the Magnetic Field is greater, and because we know how we can pump Current, over a longer period, Time. This is where we get Above Unity. Its a Function of the Operation of the Machine we build.
I hope this helps!
P.S: Apologies for explanations that are unclear, I try to explain the best I can.