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Currents in Spirals

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  • Harvey D Norris
    A current going from the outside in on a spiral can establish the same magnetic field as the opposite direction spiral where the current direction goes from
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 18, 2003
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      A current
      going from the outside in on a spiral can establish the same magnetic
      field as the opposite direction spiral where the current direction
      goes from the inside out instead. THEY CALL THAT A ZIG ZAG WINDING! )
      (on more then one winding,in more then a single layer!) oh that works
      too huh!
      They have been building center tap secondaries on transformers in a
      similar manner in a different dimension of winding layers to provide
      opposite polarities on outputs from the time
      transformers were first concieved!

      Yet this method is heralded as a method to make a better
      electromagnet by virtue of association of a patent that includes a
      spiral to do so. The evidence for that includes Tesla's assertion
      that more internal capacity is included with that design. That
      associated internal capacity is ~ made in a linear manner. If all of
      these things were true, the better design with more internal capacity
      would be shown to be true to better the principle he is speaking of...

      Thus it makes a wondering of common sense, that where does the
      special quality of that patent rely upon in the first place? The
      common sense idea shows that if it is the internal capacity that is
      so important, why not rely on the design that uses more of it...
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