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Re: 3 phase closed loop

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  • Mike
    And not just the base, but each outer ring also adds to the feedback loop of the other 2 rings. Is it a concert of four in a three phase? Like the three
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 13, 2013
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      And not just the base, but each outer ring also adds to the feedback loop of the other 2 rings. Is it a concert of four in a three phase? Like the three rings feedback to each other in phase and the base provides a "kick" out of phase? Hmmm....


      > But I can't stress enough the need for the base of oscillation table to feed the vibrations into the ring magnets. This closes the feedback loop.

      --- In hameltech@yahoogroups.com, "Mike" <mikemo500@...> wrote:
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      > The 3 phase cone device requires that the outer shell be rigid and vibrational. The steel drum was ideal for this.
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      > Some people around here used to say that you could get a device tuned and self sustaining without the shell on, but the magnetic effects would not happen until you put the shell on. This is wrong. The shell is required to vibrate in sync with the cones. The outer ring magnets are required to be rigidly attached to the drum so that they will vibrate at the drum frequency. The drum vibrations originate from the bottom plate of the oscillation table, getting pushed on by the granite balls in the oscillator cups.
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      > The entire device should be sitting on something that won't dampen the vibrations. Like 3 long dowels poking up out of the ground by 3 feet.
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      > The equilibrium frequency must hit before the motion of the cones reaches critical minimum vibration and die. This is the problem with small devices. The cones always reach critical minimum and die before the equilibrium frequency is attained. The answer to that problem is to build bigger, so that the vibrations are slower, so that equilibrium can be attained before critical minimum offsetting occurs.
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      > But I can't stress enough the need for the base of oscillation table to feed the vibrations into the ring magnets. This closes the feedback loop.
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      > Onwards
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