One of my 4ah batteries failed in the middle of a test. I deep cycle
these batteries dozens of times, and eventually they wear out and
fail to take a charge adequately. I tried some larger deep cycle
batteries that I think they are rated around 70ah. They're less
efficient than the little 4ah types, which means my overall efficency
was less than COP = 1.0.
With the computer modeling I'm presently doing, I already redesigned
my new coil/magnet/c-core assembly and I'm waiting for delivery of
the parts. I just received a fresh set of 4ah batteries.
I am seeing the "negative energy" as modelled. It appears as a high
frequency ring when the MOSFET first turns on. However, with the
current design, the energy is low. I will be testing the new design
within a couple of weeks, and hopefully will increase this "negative
The whole thing appears to be hinged on the "virtual" inductance of a
magnet. From my testing thus far, its definietly NOT zero as assumed
by the mainstream. But the "trick" is to INCREASE its inductance.
All I can say for now is STAY TUNED!
--- In MEG_builders@y..., "mayerstan" <StanMayer@c...> wrote:
> Would you share something with us about the results of this test,
> please? I am fairly certain that there are a lot of us that are
> interested in the results of this experiment, even if perhaps it
> negative or inconclusive.