RE: [acg_1001] Re: Harvey D Norris is already there
- Dave,Resonance is definitely the right area to be exploring. Tesla mentioned its importance quite often, and Harvey has made mention of unusual effects in his experiments with resonance.If you think about it, a simple capacitor and inductor in parallel with resonant values (ideal parts, no resistance or leakage) is a loss-less oscillator when injected with a specific amount of electric energy. If you take the charged capacitor and short it out with the resonant coil, the electrons will rush from one plate of the capacitor to the other through the coil. As the current flows through the coil, a magnetic field is pumped up around it, storing some of the energy of the current flow. As the capacitor plate potential differential approaches equalization, current flow tries to go to zero, but at this point the field in the inductor collapses, forcing more electrons off the donating plate and onto the receiving plate than would have normally gone there. So the energy stored in the inductor forces the same potential difference across the capacitor plates that had been there before, only in the opposite polarity now. Once the field in the inductor has completely collapsed, current can flow in the opposite direction because of the now reversed polarity on the capacitor, pumping up the field again in the opposite polarity. In ideal parts with no losses, this exchange would continue indefinitely. If one could achieve even the slightest positive imbalance in this equilibrium due to a contribution from the 'aether', it would snowball into limitless energy. However, since the components are not ideal the 'aether' would need to contribute enough extra energy to overcome losses and the gain would be limited by these losses. If one did achieve the positive imbalance, the energy in the system would grow until it destroyed the components due to melting the wire from resistance or puncturing the capacitor dielectric from overvoltage.Ron-----Original Message-----Ron,
From: dbmsengineering <dbmsengineering@...> [mailto:dbmsengineering@...]
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 12:39 PM
Subject: [acg_1001] Re: Harvey D Norris is already there
I agree with you about this. Harvey would be welcome, as far as I'm
concerned. He's highly intelligent, hands on, deeply involved, and
Joe and Jean-Michel are the moderators. This is Joe's group. I'm
only a student apprentice here, learning as much as I can as fast as
I can. Apparently I stumbled onto this particular effect by the
sheerest coincidence, but I had been researching resonant ramping,
and attempting to generate interest in it for some amount of time now.
I have already been working on attempting to draw output off this by
induction. I am suspending any further research or experimentation
until these primary set of effects are replicated and verified.
BTW, everybody, circuitry has been repaired, I am up and running
again. Have decided to not pursue the C4 .087 uF 600V notch kicker
for the present. Waiting to see what happens here.
--- In email@example.com, "Goodger, Ron" <ron.goodger@n...>
> Yep. I believe Harvey was already aware of your 'textbook
> regarding series connected coils. He could impart a great deal of
> the research being undertaken by this site, and would probably
> willing 'hands on' people to share the load. Harvey is in a boat
> rest of us with respect to 'there just aren't enough hours in the
> -----Original Message-----
> From: dbmsengineering <dbmsengineering@y...>
> Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 12:12 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [acg_1001] Harvey D Norris is already there
> Slightly different path, same principles
> Looks like this is really going to happen, one way or another.
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