Dual Channel Scopings for 18khz Resonance Possibility.
- It just occured to me that a method for determining "whether" the 11
mh coil resonances, are actually the best resonance to be obtained.
By scoping out BOTH the coils on dual channel, if they do not appear
180 out of phase with each other, given the same probe connections to
each coil, then they are not in the best resonance. The capacities
can simultaneusly be changed on both sides until those forms appear
180 out of phase, and then this is the best resonance that can be had
for the circumstances. This avoids the complications of trying to
tune the circuits by obtaining actual amperage consumption readings.
Those readings are still important however, to see if the rated
demand is being drawn from the transformer source under these
conditions. Plans for juxtaposing the capacities, so that they can
exist "inside" the volumes of magnetic fields from the inductors are
being looked into by using foil coated test tubes of water, that can
fit "inside" much smaller coils. The method and means for creating
two "close" 90 degree phase angles for driving these transformers
from the alternator DSR's has also been conceptially realized.
It is very cold in the garage research room, so I still havent taken
two important jpegs showing the action of the air core transformer
to "shove" amperage backwards towards the stator. The air core
transformer model actually creates two opposing resonances when the
endings of L2C2 are connected to a DSR midpoint, and the currents
that would exist on the stator lines that would be connected to the
alternator if a 5 wire delivery was made, can be shown in circulation
by closing those wires into a wye ending. This makes a three phase
tank circuit on the DSR, so that the small amount of amperage
entering the DSR's from the inside out midpoint direction, then
experiences a resonant rise of amperage, but topologically those
tanks then use the capacity that exists on the adjacent phase. All of
these things are very relevant for eventually demonstrating the
theorized "impossible resonant circuit", exhibiting BOTH resonant
rise of voltage, AND resonant rise of amperage on the same pathways.
When this is done on the 5 wire delivery, the midpoint path exhibits
a perfect line connected transformer action, which does not normally
take place. In those conditions we can actually obtain more current
on a 1000 ohm resistance in resonance across the pathway, than if the
pathway itself was shorted. This fact was noted long ago, but not
posted: but there may be extenuating circumstances there, as the
pathway short may have first been measured without the magnetic
opposition DSR1 coil being in place. These things will be resolved in
the current round of investigations when they continue, and then the
solid state circuit will be rehooked up to see how well the 180
phasing scopings indicate the possible delivery of that resonance.