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3 Phase Spiral Reactances in Mutual Induction; layered as phases 1,2,3

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  • Harvey D Norris
    I have finished out the tedious job of noting all the possible changes in reactance that can be made along the 4 layer phase groupings. This does not include
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 14, 2004
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      I have finished out the tedious job of noting all the possible
      changes in reactance that can be made along the 4 layer phase
      groupings. This does not include the intertwine phase winding method,
      which will be tried with other "negative impedance" trials. In that
      method each successive wind is delegated to a new phase, but in the
      present scenario each phase is connected to 4 winds in series.
      Intertwining is predicted to increase the effects of mutual
      inductance between phases, but however here, we are only looking to
      exploit an INCREASE of inductance by mutual inductance between
      phases. Formely the reactance tests for a single phase showed a
      current of ~ .21 A In all the possible manipulations of placing the
      spiral phases together in space, this always shows an increase of
      phase currents, and never a decrease. Thus these methods only
      decrease the impedance, and never increase it. A scheme of resonant
      interphasing will have to be used to achieve that objective. This is
      desirous to increase the Q factor of the spirals which then become
      exploited as Delta Series Resonances. One of these 4 layer grougs can
      then be sandwiched between two 14 gauge coil spools used as an
      interphasing, which has a much larger inductance and q factor. It is
      hoped this larger inductance factor can be found to increase the
      inductance of the spiral layer groups.

      In the meantime the remaining 3 phase combinations of parametric
      spiral groups can be shown.
      Ordered Winding directions/ Maximum 3 phase impedance cancellation
      Voltage meter is across phase 2, which derives the most current
      at .44A. Both phases 1 and phase 3 induce current on the middle phase
      2. This combination loads down the 2 volt parametric voltage to the
      highest degree near 1 volt.
      Phase 2 middle winding connections reversed/ Max impedance in 3 phase
      mutual inductance

      This connection was formerly tried to increase the inductance of the
      dual phases, but it did not work with a two phase output. It doesnt
      work with 3 phases either. Only the bottom phase 1 appears to be
      acting at its normal reactive level, and phases 2 and 3 have exceeded
      the reactive isolation parametric value of .21A The stator output
      voltage has increased to 50% of former values now near 1.5 volts.
      Ordered wind Phases 1 and 2/ reversed wind on phase 3
      The stator voltage drops to 1.4 volts, as more current is procurred
      from the system. One of the strange things about the misbalance of
      amperage levels on the three phases, is that the phase 3 farthest
      away from ground in the lateral sense always holds the highest
      currents. Is this a gravity interaction?
      Recall that these spirals have a resistance that is equivalent to the
      stator Z(int) values for maximum power transfer, but that they only
      do this when the spirals are further resonated. The stategy will be
      to resonate each phase in isolation, using two of these phasings, and
      then to form a 2 coil 14 gauge spool interphasing between those
      resonances. This interphasing is also set to resonance. Then the
      third phase is employed as a spiral layer group placed between the
      interphasing coils, and new impedance measurements made for both
      opposition and unity cases on phase 3. That third phase spiral is
      then set to resonance according to the new impedance it experiences
      in mutual inductance.
      Sincerely HDN
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