24 December 2019
- Last edited 25 December 2019
Atti is right! When he says:
By accurate measurement, I meant that when someone declares: overunity
If the measurement does not depend on a few percent (margin of error) then it can really mean something.
According to Science, we should always measure Below Unity, Below 100% of the Input. Thus an Efficiency is considered to be a percentage of the Input. An 80% Efficient Transformer is not uncommon. The Transformer has 20% losses in the operation of the Energy Transformation.
All Systems have Losses!
For a Transformer to Output 100% of the Input, operating at Unity, Energy must be "Generated" to over come the Losses!
To get a Transformer Above Unity, then all Losses have been over come and extra Energy has been "Generated", over and Above the Input Power!
Our Baseline, the goal, to make advances on, should be at around 80%. For example, if we have COP = 1.5 we have 150% of our Input Power. Meaning we have "Generated" Energy from 80% to 150%, a total of 70% extra Energy "Generation".
This means we have "Generated" 70% more Energy than the Transformer was capable of "Generating" via the well known Electromagnetic Induction means!
To do this on a consistent basis is not "Measurement Error", its called Skill and knowledge, learned by following our work!
Understanding very simple things like this make the total understanding much broader.