What is 2"nd order Magnetic Field Resonance and how to make it easy. Theories of Vyacheslav Gorchilin & Chris Sikes complement each other and both independent researchers need to be read for clear and sharp understanding what is 2"nd order Magnetic Field ? and what is the resonance of this field ?, and why this slow magnetic field can't be calculated using Tomson equation for transverse mag. field resonance.
This 2nd order field field, depend from many parameters, like lenght of wire, duty cycle, inductance, resitance, capacitance, self capacitance, impendance of power source, Q-factor, shotening factor of conductor and many more.
Chris work is already on this forum, but Vyacheslav work isn't. So start readinf this thread with visiting Vyacheslav's site and read about his research, experiments and conclusions.
Slow magnetic field wave in λ/4 coils.
Coil L2 is wounded by 2mm wire diameter at plastic frame diameter of 50mm. The number of turns is 150. The wire length λ/4 is 23.5 m. Frequency generator G1 to get 1/4 wavelenght in this coil needs to be ~3.2 MHz. But for slow magnetic field wave the frequency of the generator must be reduced at only 15kHz.
Distribution of transverse Magnetic H and Electric field E in full wavelenght coil (pic 2.3) and distribution of 2'nd order magnetic field H and 2nd order Electric field (longitudinal wave) in the same coil (pic 2.4.), called by Vyacheslav Gorchilin "Slow magnetic wave".
ps: Keep in mind his site is google machine translated, not live translated by man so the main sense of theory could be changed due to machine used of inappropriate words.
for example : Google translated is "The main difference from a long line concentrated is the distribution of loops of voltage and current along it."
and should be "The main difference of lumped from distributed line is in spatial distribution of nodes and antinodes by voltage and current along the line."