## High Induction Coils Rewound

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• Manufacturers of magnet wire do not supply an inner lead on the winding for passing current through the entire spool. Formerly this had to be done with an 80
Message 1 of 1 , Mar 15, 2008
Manufacturers of magnet wire do not supply an inner lead on the
winding for passing current through the entire spool. Formerly this
had to be done with an 80 lb coil rewound onto another spool; where
the specs for 23 gauge wire show this would be nine miles of wire. The
first experimentation with 60 hz source frequency resonance took place
with these huge 60 Henry Coils of ~ 1000 ohms. It gave an acting Q of
15, from a predicted 20. Two of the coils could be inversely series
resonated for simultaneously opposite voltage rises; whereby a
combined Q of 30 is obtained. During the tuning the coils can be
placed base to base so that magnetic unity increases each coils
impedance, thereby gaining a higher Q factor by the interaction of
mutual inductance. A paradox however exists regarding the fact that
when the pair of coils are INVERSELY series resonated; which is simply
one set of series LC values attached oppositely in series to the
input: this implies that even though the tuning was accomplished with
the higher reactances present in magnetic unity between the coils, the
magnetic unity of these fields should not be present after being
inversely placed in series resonances, since the effect of inversely
phased resonances is to produce opposite magnetic field orientations
between the coils. This is reffered to as the Binary Resonant
Paradox. When this was explained to Doc, he puzzled and asked "Well
what kind of polarity would then exist if the coil was in between two
equal capacities in series?" Damn good question. In any case all the
former 23 gauge coils (~ 480 lb.s) had been stolen by the criminal
DiGrino family, so upon consideration of replacement costs I find they
want about 12 dollars a lb, so each of the 6 coils will cost ~ a
thousand dollars to replace. To replace these stolen assets I have
now purchased 23 lb of 23 gauge wire on two different 6 inch OD
spools, and have seen that it seems practical to "miniaturize" the
binary resonant system without a significant loss in voltage rise.
One eighth the volume of copper can be used on smaller spools to
theoretically produce about 1/3 the voltage of the former 160 lb system.

Doc & I rewound the spools using a modified drill press set up; about
30 -40 minutes unwinding over a mile of wire. They register near 140
ohms. An AC variac test at 100 volts yielded a current of .1 A,
having an impedance of 1000 ohms, vs the former 20,000 ohms when a
larger 80 lb coil was wound. The theoretical Q factor for 60 hz is
then X(L)/R = 1000/140 = 7.14, where formerly this was 20. These
smaller coils also offer use in alternator frequency resonances. A
single phase motor to drive the alternator was also stolen; this is
being replaced also.

Sincerely Harvey D Norris
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