The relationship between EPR and magnetic resonance in POC setup

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cd_sharp posted this 22 June 2020

Hey, guys

I'm going to investigate this as I think it's very important. I'll be back as time permits.

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

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cd_sharp posted this 22 June 2020

Friends, my apologies, lots of stuff to take care of.

Hypothesis: If our target is the electron, we need to build our POCs to resonate on the EPR harmonics.

Let's see if this is true.

After lots of fiddling, I succeeded in resonating my POCs:

A great amount of work, tie, connect, check the frequency, untie, add/remove turns, tie, connect, check the frequency, ...

The second POC is easier to do as I know already approximately how many turns I need.

I'll be back.

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

cd_sharp posted this 24 June 2020

Hey, guys

Hypothesis: If our target is the electron, we need to build our POCs to resonate on the EPR harmonics.

Looks like it's confirmed, I can see electron's movement during the off-time at much lower frequencies. Never seen the phenomenon at such low input frequencies, even 1KHz. The input current also has dropped for the same input voltage. I can feel the device likes the 42724 harmonic.

Hypothesis: There is a number that represents either the coil length, wire length or inductance that is very precise. If L1 is built around this number, POC2 will help L1 during the on-time.

I'll be back.

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

cd_sharp posted this 24 June 2020

Hey, guys

The work goes on reducing L1 half turn at a time, a long and tedious task. I noticed both POC currents are in phase. There is no sign of MrPreva effect during the on-time:

So, I'm formulating another hypothesis:

If both POCs resonate near the same EPR harmonic, their currents cannot phase drift easily. That's because the RLC resonances of the 2 tanks match almost perfectly. In MrPreva experiment the phase drift is achieved by using an important difference between L1 and L2 which causes the RLC resonances to be quite different.

Still going on the previous hypothesis.

Thanks

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

cd_sharp posted this 25 June 2020

Hey, guys

I noticed this:

I wonder if it's related to:

The principle of superposition states that; "In order to calculate the resultant intensity of superimposed fields, each field must be dealt with individually as though the other were not present". The resultant is obtained by vector addition of each field considered singularly.

Anyway, this proves that the capacitance between the coil and the core plays a role.

I'll be back.

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

Jagau posted this 25 June 2020

Hi CD

Excellent valuable observation, extremely important
thanks for sharing

Jagau

cd_sharp posted this 26 June 2020

Hey, my friends

Why it likes the ground clip if it already has one that is connected exactly at the same point. Could it be related to the capacitance in these probes? Any explanation anyone?

I feel I'm closing on something here.

I'll be back.

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

Chris posted this 27 June 2020

Hey CD,

Your'e doing awesome work My Friend!

Soon, I will be looking at a new geometry. As Floyd Sweet showed us:

 

I really don't want to introduce this yet, as I feel this is confusing at best. The reason I have specifically focused on Two Separate Coils, Partnered Output Coils, is I don't want to confuse the actions. You have a very good grasp on this, so its ok.

You guys are so far advanced of the others out there! I have tried so hard, but alas, it seems so many are not willing to learn. Focus on the Coils, the Magnetic Fields and the Phases of the Currents... yes key word Phases... The Currents are not phase locked most of the time, its a problem that most have never solved! Floyd Sweet told us how to solve the problem: Reactive at Resonance, which is what Ruslan and Akula also told us, but no one ever took any notice.

Of course the Circuit Floyd Sweet gave is not anything like a complete Circuit, but there is a reason for this.

   Chris

cd_sharp posted this 27 June 2020

Hey, Chris, guys

Closing in:

For any lurkers, I am convinced you have nothing to gain by just looking. There is no recipe for the "magic cookie". The above result comes after optimizing L1 in 28-30 steps and after resonating the POCs. It's a lot of work. I invite you to jump in. Let's build/optimize this device together.

Hypothesis: There is a number that represents either the coil length, wire length or inductance that is very precise. If L1 is built around this number, POC2 will help L1 during the on-time.

Partially confirmed, we need under 10 turns as Chris always taught us. Every setup is different so I see no way to calculate this. I'll be back with measurements.

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

cd_sharp posted this 27 June 2020

Hey, guys,

The numbers should give us a clue.

Resistance short:

L1 inductance in mH:

L1 resistance:

POC1 inductance in mH:

POC1 resistance:

POC2 inductance in mH:

POC2 resistance:

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

cd_sharp posted this 02 July 2020

Hey, Chris, guys

A little help at the right time from a wise buddy clears some confusion. Switching the polarity of L1 and working a little on the turns makes a different device:

f = 360 Hz, duty = 0.8 %

Another important detail. Thank you, buddy!

I'll be back with L1 measurements.

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

cd_sharp posted this 03 July 2020

Hey, guys,

Let's see L1.

L1: 0.304 mH, 0.1 Ohm

POC1: 65.1 mH, 1-1.1 Ohm, more like 1.05 Ohm

POC2: 61.3 mH, 1 Ohm.

Thanks!

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

Chris posted this 03 July 2020

Hey CD,

As always, great work, good testing and documentation!

Your'e very far advanced CD, but for others:

Of course, there is only a few ways to get Power, Energy out of a few Coils! Many paths lead to Rome, but the end result will always be the same! It cant not be!

We must use what we have learned: Action Reaction and Counter-Reaction.

Test to make sure our Coils are doing what we need them to do:

  1. Action: Your Input, create a Disturbance in the Magnetic Field, a Disturbance or Change Creates a Voltage.
  2. Reaction: This is the Voltage Gained and is the Change in Current, as the Current Ramps up, to power a Load.
  3. Counter-Reaction: As the Current Ramps in L2, L3 sees this as a Change again in Magnetic Field, the voltage builds in L3 as a result, and thus L3 see's L2 as its Source and not L1.

 

Normally:

  1. Action = L1
  2. Reaction = L2
  3. Counter-Reaction = L3.


This can work, reversing L2 and L3 however.

It should be obvious: L1 can have very little to no Lenz's Law Effects on it if the Force of L2 is Countered by L3 and especially because L1 is off for most of the Cycle. This is obvious for all Members but perhaps not for new readers.

Resonance means maximum Voltage Amplitude!

  • Coil Length = 299 792 458 m / s / Frequency / 2!
  • Resonant Pulse = 1/4 Lambda = 1/4 Coil Length. Resonant Pulse = 1/4 Wave.

 

Please dont quote me on the math, remember, I m still learning also.

Remember, there is a difference between Half Length Antenna's and Quarter Length Antenna's. One requiring a Ground, and one not.

 

Great work CD, Thank You for sharing, it is obvious you have tons of Asymmetrical interactions going on in there! Your'e doing awesome work!

Best wishes, stay safe and well My Friend,

   Chris

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cd_sharp posted this 07 July 2020

Hey, Chris, guys

The steepness of POC1 current is important as Chris always taught us. Only some steepness values are good for us and they all have to do with the way the coils work, determined by their physical/construction properties. Here is an example:

I'll be back.

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

Chris posted this 07 July 2020

Hey CD,

I left a message on your video:

+1 as always CD, awesome work! Yes, the Steepness represents the Time Rate of Change of the POCoils, dPhi / dt which is the Time Rate of Change of the Magnetic Flux, but not of the Primary so much, although the Primary Defines this rate, its the Slapping together of the Coils L2 and L3, these Coils Voltage is defined by the Rate at which your Primary is Exciting or Driving if you like, the Primary is a catalyst for the Rate at which the Coils change, this is limited to the Coils Impedance also, so we want fairly low impedance Coils just like you have! Excellent work CD!

 

My Friend, as always, this is excellent work!

You will note, in my experiments, I show many turns most of the time, enough to show effects... Safety is my first concert, for others. The Coils, if they have too many turns, we know this is not good! Too much Impedance, the machine does not work!

We need to find a ratio, where the Partnered Output Coil Impedance is just right, we get effects and its safe to operate, I have seen most machines are around 70 to 200 turns. This has changed dramatically over the years, and now you know why.

Of course, this must be in a region where an Input Pulse is achievable with normal Switching methods! Nano Second Switching is a bit hard still for most although I have covered it already on this forum.

Good work CD, Next step: Star Fleet Academy!

Best wishes, stay safe and well My Friend,

   Chris

cd_sharp posted this 4 weeks ago

Hey, guys

Taking the advice of our good friend, Chris, I wish to "know" coils inside out.

I built another set of POCs, resonant at the same value 42724 Hz. There is one difference though, I resonated them together on the core, working alternatively on both of them, a most challenging task.

I have covered some time ago the fact that the presence of a coil on the core modifies the self-resonance of another coil on the same core, even if it's disconnected (ends in the air).

I wish to investigate these differences. The first experiment using this setup shows something unexpected:

Also, please notice the non-inductive L1 like Don Smith's briefcase device L1. I intend to investigate it, but also the classical L1 over one POC. Another variable would be the diodes which can be replaced by unidirectional TVSs. A lot of combinations to try, but it's certainly good fun and a fountain of knowledge.

I'll be back as I find the time.

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

cd_sharp posted this 4 weeks ago

Hey, guys

From this schema

 

 

I added 2 TVSs in parallel to protect them from thermal stress and I tied them in series with POC1.

The result:

Based on advice from a good friend, I'll formulate 3 hypothesizes:

Hypothesis 1: The longer I delay POC1 current using the TVS, the steeper rise time it will show.

Hypothesis 2: The steeper the rise time of POC1 current, the greater the voltage over POC2 will be.

Hypothesis 3: The time it takes for POC1 to reach TVS clamping voltage can be increased by fiddling with the L1/POC1 turns ratio.

Live long and prosper, guys!

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

cd_sharp posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey, guys

I recorded another interesting fact:

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

cd_sharp posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey, guys Another hypothesis I take note in here to avoid forgetting the idea: a POC1 having a lower inductance value should charge up faster and induce a greater voltage in POC2.

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Steven Mark)

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