be semi- satisfactory. As I had mentioned 23 gauge wire was purchased

and two spools ~ 12-13 lbs were rewound with drill press manipulations

as the revolver of wire spools; but this is most impractical, and a

variable speed drive is in the works, sent out today for programing by

some excellent comrades in the high induction heating field.

I have procrastinated lately for works needing completion, and a most

amusing chain of events seems to have opened up concerning the path of

enquirees. I was very much reminded of works in the past concerning

research of resonant frequencies in the 400 hz range obtainable by

alternator means, and the somewhat illogical actions that occur when

two (differently phased) resonances are interacted by mutual

induction, which of course I fully intend to re-investigate at those

higher frequencies available by alternator, and have made the proper

investments to continue in those lines of endeavor. But again apt

comparisons can be made from the present observations, and those of

the past. In fact from the beginning of things the (source frequency)

60 hz resonance studies were started using huge 80 lb coils of ~ 60

Henry each, containing 9 miles of 23 gauge wire of some 20,000 turns

and having 20,000 ohms impedance at 60 hz. Some very strange

considerations or paradoxes evolved over time about circumstances of

the theory of operation. Let us say a certain Pandora's box may

exist, or it may not; which if that is the case things must have been

misunderstood, and it is the observer who has misinterpreted things,

and not nature itself. But I doubt if nature can fool me so much, so

tomorrow I have devised a test to see which opinion may favor itself.

Do not mind me speaking in so strange a way, for I have seen some

strange things that demand explanation, so strange in fact that I am

hesitant to describe them pending further enquirees. But for now let

me say that if this observer is correct, it is simply a further proof

of time distortion present between resonant voltage rises, as the

process again defies logical explanation. But first then things

should be described from the outside and the past.

The larger 80 lb, 60 H, 1000 ohm coils had a book value Q of 20

where having 1000 ohms resistance had 20,000 ohms inductive reactance,

almost identical to the actual impedance where in these cases can be

estimated as identical. However when resonated they only exhibited a Q

of 15, which we might say here the "real acting Q" factor is different

from the "ideal theoretical Q factor" obtained by book value

calculations. The "culprit" of coils exhibiting a difference between

ideal and real Q factors is thought to be internal capacity of the

coil itself. Thus there a 25% loss of Q factor occurred at 60 hz. At

alternator frequencies of 480 hz those coils only performed to 5% of

the expectation predicted as Q factor at 8 times the former frequency.

In fact the acting Q factor went from 15 to 8, which is a reduction

and not an expansion of Q factor. Then by method of producing an

opposing magnetic field by three phase interphasing, the principle of

the air core transformer was discovered, somewhat by accident in that

TWO electrical influences could be placed on the high induction coil;

one from its actual wire connections and another from that obtained

through space from mutual induction of another coil: and when the wire

connections were severed, the same currents assumed themselves;

provided the former end connections to the former "line coupled"

electrical delivery were themselves shorted, forming a complete

electrical loop for current circulation. What the former electrical

connections delivered as current to the load was now acting backwards,

and now the load was powering its inputs, and the ratios there

performance wise were grand, for the simple fact that far more

electricity went through those coils powered through air then would

be the case if the coils were actually connected to the original

source of line voltage. These considerations also come into play when

considering the actions of a binary resonant system, simply for the

fact that each side has two sources of emf, that obtained from its

line connections, and that obtained from mutual induction at

resonance, which may not be the same quantity as that recorded from

reactance readings.

Now in this case here the coil size on each side is reduced from

80 lbs to 12-13 lb. The wire has 140 ohms but 1000 ohms reactance @ 60

hz, a theoretical Q value around 7. However the first coil tested in

isolation only developed some 260 ma with a variac input of 100 volts

for easy voltage ratio comparisons. This is only a q fator of 2.6 vs

the predicted factor of 7, which is a miserable performance. Then

another identical coil was placed over its pole and when shorted with

amperage meter drew only 40 ma. This caused the Q factor of the

primary coil to drop slightly to ~ 240 ma. Then the secondary was

given the same resonating capacity as the primary, 3uf in its

secondary loop and then its secondary draw increased to 90 ma, and

again the primary draw was reduced towards 210 ma. So the primaries Q

factor was reduced according to the secondaries amperage draw. When

ferromagnetic metal was placed near the air core(s) such as the

mentioned tuning fork this ratio was further increased where this

maximum was mentioned as 180 ma IN vs 120 ma OUT. Without the

complications of ferromagnetic metal in the picture if the primary is

pulling near 200 ma, and inducing near 100 ma in the secondary, it

seems obvious that the secondary draw is reducing the Q factor

involved with the primaries amperage draw. In fact voltage meters

were placed on both processes, the primary showing a 200 volt resonant

rise of voltage provided a 100 volt input, (Q factor of 2): and then

the secondary showing a internal voltage of 115 volts on its meter,

simply by the voltage induced by mutual inductance of tuned resonant

circuits.

Now the observer stands to be corrected, but if I have a 200 volt

signal, and a 115 volt signal: and each of those signals are being

registered by their own voltage meters; it stands to reason by this

observer that if I a place a third voltage meter between those two

voltage meters, I should record the difference between the voltage of

each system relative to each other. But one further qualification

needs to be added to this; THAT OF THE TIMING BETWEEN EACH WAVE OR THE

PHASE ANGLE! If I have a 120 degree phased alternator outputing 10

volts that becomes 100 volts internal to the LC series in resonance

with an acting Q factor of 10, I can take the midpoint voltage of 100

volts on one phase, connect a voltage measurement to the next phases

measurement of its internal 100 volts, and if I measure 170 volts

between them, this verifies that one voltage wave is 120 degrees out

of phase with the other voltage wave. If the midpoint voltage

difference was twice the outer voltages this supposes the waves are

instead 180 out of phase or completely opposite to one another. So in

this case by simple logic if I measure the difference of voltage

between these two 200 and 115 volt waves, if the waves are in phase

the minimal voltage between them would be 200- 115 = 85 volts, or in

the other extreme they would out of phase completely yeilding 200 +

115 = 315 volts. Yet what do I measure between these voltage

reference points... , only a meager 5 volts! And the when the

measured voltage points are reversed on one side the same answer is

given 5 volts??? The timing reference points between the two systems

cannot be logically measured or answered, this is simply another

example of the time distortion that can occur between resonant rises

of voltage; here more profoundly illustrated when the sources of each

voltage are of differing natures; that of a direct line coupled source

or that of mutual induction.

So now we go one step further. Instead of allowing the secondary

partner to assume its currents solely from mutual inductance made by

tuned air core resonances, we also give it its own line coupled

electrical delivery, or an actual wire connection to its electrical

delivery. But this delivery is given as a binary resonant system, or

simply each side is inversely connected as concerns its own series LC

resonance. Now by analogy we no each side induces current on its

partner, but also each side has a wire connection for its electrical

delivery, and we ASSUME these aid each other. (This has to do with the

upcoming test to determine if a paradox actually exists.)

Now the results are completely different! Each voltage system can

be referenced to itself to show to be almost opposite. And something

completely different happens, instead of the Q factor being degraded

it is increased on each side, but the currents on each side do not

wish to be balanced. I can dig up comparisons to what has been found

before at alternator frequencies, but the same thing seems evident.

When each side of the series resonances are placed inversely to the

inputs the former primary sides Q factor increases to ~3.1 and its

partner yeilds 4.6 yeilding a collective Q between them near 7.6. Now

in this jpeg a smaller ~ 4 inch neon is placed between those inputs

and the input voltage from variac is maxed at 130 volts. Because

these bulbs need current limiting a 3/8 inch block of ferrite is

placed as a barrier to the conduction. A most unusual white neon

discharge developed as shown on the last post, and because I am using

Docs computer here I cant understand how to get back to file a new

window and show the URL just provided but the 200 some meter readings

on each side are the voltage rises on each side of the system, and the

440 some voltage between them goes across the neon/ ferrite series.

Given an empty loaded q of 7.6, after the load is added the Q factor

appears as ~440/130 volt input = about over 3. I guess I got to be

done for a while. Still awaiting the return of my own computer after

returning to Hewlant Packard. Will be more specific in the future.

Sincere or Not....

Harvey D Norris