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Improbable Magnetic Winding Neon Discharges

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  • harvich
    Improbable Magnetic Winding Neon Discharges In these jpegs the end windings on the magnet are shorted. It makes no difference of delivery if one wire is
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1, 2002
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      Improbable Magnetic Winding Neon Discharges

      In these jpegs the end windings on the magnet are shorted. It makes
      no difference of delivery if one wire is removed. If the bulb itself
      is placed across the winding ends as would be for a conventional
      load, no discharge takes place. Additionally it makes no difference
      whether the windings are hooked as the conventional return winding
      (bifilar), or a reverse direction winding in series (scalar). Thus
      one begins to wonder whether the winding coil itself has anything at
      all to do with the propagation! Former speculations using the
      inductance of the magnet windings and the amount of capcity used in
      conjunction to determione a best probably frequeny of 400,000 hz may
      be incorrect, since altering the windings shows no difference, and
      most improbable disharge to the neon occurs, as if it is simply
      seeking a path to ground. A proper ground has not yet been made, but
      the electriffied foil plate is grounded to a metal cabinet structure.
      The plate and neon can be touched with no shocking influence, if one
      is not grounded. Thus one can instead merely pick up the bulb ending
      and the body will act with the neon. The body can then light a radio
      shack neon from its connection to the larger one, when the RS neon is
      shorted by a meter measurement. One merely touches the loop. Here the
      4 inch neon is between the shorted loop of the magnet winding, and a
      plate foil connection for polar capacity.

      This BRS uses a variac control of voltage, which becomes necessary to
      tune to resonant spots. These are found by the scoping of the signals
      coming of the plate. In the first most difficult discharge there are
      not so much an action of resonant spots showing themselves. In this
      situation there is only one voltage connection from the system,
      providing a 16-17 fold voltage rise from the input voltage of 120
      volts, or about 2000 volts max. This goes to a needle in a glass of
      water, several inches from the top magnet plate. Thus the magnet has
      a glass and water barrier to its excitation, but yet produces a neon
      to plate discharge from the shorted ends of the magnet windings.
      Polar Water/Glass connection to magnet plate
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/teslafy/files/BRMA/DSC00115.JPG

      Polar scoping/ 0.1volt/div,1us/div
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/teslafy/files/BRMA/DSC00116.JPG
      When neon discharge is initiated, a most unusual thing is noted on
      the scope forms by turning down the input voltage. Instead of the
      amplitude of the voltage traces diminishing with the voltage it will
      increase! This is not noted in the water glass conduction case,
      because turning down the voltage from neon firing levels will
      extinguish the disharge, and there is no leeway for operation at pre
      firing voltages. To make this option the bottom plate is also given
      the opposite voltage connection. from the other BRS midpoint. This
      makes the operation of the magnet winding circuit function much
      better on amount of discharge obtained per voltage input. The circuit
      then fires about 75 volts and turning the voltage down to 60 we may
      see two increases and decreases of EM to get to this lowest stable
      voltage operation, below the firing voltage. Thus if we increase the
      voltage input from that shown below, the signal will first decrease
      and then increase again. At a certain point of voltage increase all
      the voltage traces may disappear and vertical lines appear. Similar
      to the energies in the electron shells of atoms, here adding more
      voltage may add more traces, until the point where many of these
      suddenly combine to form a fewer amount of higher voltage amplitude
      signals. There is not a smooth transition as we add voltage to the
      process, and when the higher amplitude signals appear we must change
      the voltage deflection rates. Here the voltage selection is
      increased five fold to 0.5 volts/div to scope the better discharge
      using two voltage inputs at 60 volts variac.
      Bipolar connection/ pos. of dual wind spiral sensor
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/teslafy/files/BRMA/DSC00117.JPG
      At a certain point of voltage increase oppositely phased oscillations
      will appear. These have been noted in the past to appear any time we
      add the polar capacity of the body to the circuit. It is also posible
      in some instances of ordinary body treatment for the hand to deflect
      the scope signal, which occurs laterally acoss rthe beam in this
      example, where formerly this was noted to occur as a vertical beam
      deflection. The neon is also sensitive to the body capacity to such a
      point that bringing the finger brought near will first almost
      extigush the discharge, but touching it cause it to resume. In any
      case sr table 180 forms such as these are normally very hard to
      obtain without body contact. Maybe some kind of seed interaction of
      polar capacity may be occuring., as these are in cups supporting the
      spiral inductor sensor, on the electrified foil The neon
      perceptively flickers as if an actual standing wave were produced.
      Scoping of 2nd resonant level/1 volt div
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/teslafy/files/BRMA/DSC00118.JPG
      Different scopes may more readily display the 180 phenomenon. Here
      are some better ones from TEK 60 mghz 2213 model
      Note how in the middle traces grow in volume with the lowering of
      voltage input. At 55 volts the signals no longer appear as much 180
      out of phase as they started out. at 80 volts variac. The smaller
      traces grow to favor one polarity of the 180 phasing as the voltage
      is decreased to the minimal amount necessary for the discharge.
      80 volt variac/2213 scope
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/teslafy/files/BRMA/DSC00121.JPG
      65 volt variac/2213 scope
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/teslafy/files/BRMA/DSC00122.JPG
      55 volt variac/2213 scoping
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/teslafy/files/BRMA/DSC00124.JPG
      Looks like I missed the bulb in the same picture there, however the
      volume of neon discharge does not significantly lower with the lower
      voltage application.
      Sincerely HDN
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