- Sep 2, 2002Hello All
After further homework I have found that information in JLN's report and that found in Tom Bearden's Original paper megpaper.pdf, does not show the nonlinear actions occurring on the output.
But a close look at the Patent (6362718) figures 6E thru 6H do clearly show a nonlinear loading and unsymmetrical currents in the waveforms.
Sorry for any confusion resulting from my earlier post
>--- In MEG_builders@y..., "drspark86" <drspark86@y...> wrote:
> Hello Group: My first post. Greatings fellow researchers...
> Has anyone here determined if the current and voltage are really in
> phase, when measured on a working MEG? Like JLN and Bearden have
> If true: Does anyone know why their in phase?
> The MOVs, why cant we see the MOV actions on the oscope waveforms?
> Also, In construction of a MEG Should I consider the winding
> direction (right&left hand rule) for each coil, as an important
> Carbonprobe: The magnet made a differance in your MEG! Did the
> polarity (north up or down) of the magnet make a differance in the
> Permanetly Curious
> P:S: Anyone have a BH curve or model for metglas I can type into FEMM
> or Quickfield programs?
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