using square tubing as the primary. It became

necessary to construct this as a pentagon, using 1 ft

by .5 X.5 in dimensions. Five winds have been

connected in such a way that the pattern resembles a

horiz and vert lateral cross; with the central wind

being one set, and winds 1-4 being another set, where

the central wind uses its entire surface area,(5 *.5 *

4)= 10 sq inch as the internal capacity of the

(primary)coil itself. The insulation between the winds

is a combination of superglue and PVC Radio Shack

Megacable speaker wire, that itself spirals around

this central wind for a total of (5 * 4 = 20) turns

around the pentagon. Thus an additional interweaving

set of winds is available for the purpose of measuring

a "lorentz force interaction" between the central and

outer windings. This should only be the case if the

current directions between the central wind and the

outer winds are in opposition, thus reducing the

inductance of the primary. But in this case both the

magnetic fields of the individual outer conductor

winds and the central one will be in magnetic

agreement on adjacent conductors, and both a

orthogonal electric and magnetic field should be

present to move the free electrons of the speaker wire

on the third right angle of space as the interweaving

wire is laid. The problem now becomes the LCR meter

readings accuracy, as this is a low end of inductance

measurement, and does not correspond the what

mathematical Wheeler equation type predictions yeild.

If the primary were operated with all five winds

in agreement the Wavetech LCR meter reads 32.7 uH, and

for the central wind being opposite it reads 17 uH.

The intention here is to employ the arc gap IN SERIES

with the central winding, or within the primary coil

itself and not external to the coil as other designs

dictate. The midpoint open circuit break LCR C

reading seems high; .472 nf, perhaps the superglue has

a high dielectric constant.

Thus we might suspect that operated in magnetic

agreement with the L and C values of 32.7 uH and .427

nF: the arc gapped resonator should yeild a frequency

of ~ 128 khz, but this does not account for the fact

the every changing electric field has a counterpart

magnetic field at right angles to itself, and this in

turn might change the acting L value of the primary.

Other larger scale measurements of this (magnetic flux

capacitor) effect at lower frequencies suggest a 10%

deviance from the book calculated R(f) value, but the

direction of the deviance for this case is unknown,

where ordinarily this is determined by the polarity

connection of the capacity inserted into the

orthogonal space of the resonating inductors magnetic

field.

For that unique case of (1/5th)external magnetic

cancellation, but internal magnetic unity using 17 uf,

the resonance formula yeilds a very high figure of

~1,777,000 hz. Now the problem becomes comparisons to

formulas. Using an average between 18 in. and 20.5

in. diameter as the pentagons closest and farthest

pts. and the formula

Uh= .8(R^2N^2)/[6R+9L+10B]

Where dimensions given in inches are used and have the

values

R = 9.625 in

L = 2 in.

B = 2 in

I arrive at a value just under 1 uH, about a 33 fold

error according to LCR meter. Do folks think the LCR

meter is wrong? Are formulas obscured by the unusual

geometry being employed here?

Sincerely Harvey D Norris

Tesla Research Group; Pioneering the Applications of Interphasal Resonances http://groups.yahoo.com/group/teslafy/