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Positive Biased Sine Waves- Log
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Hello,

I have been experimenting with positive biased sinewaves, creating induction without changing input current direction.  I think there is much to be discovered here.

One side weakens as the other strengthens, and it uses like polarities.  It simulates a permanent magnet in motion passing a coil. 



I will be updating as I continue
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(05-17-2023, 08:10 PM)Jim Mac Wrote: Hello,
I have been experimenting with positive biased sinewaves, creating induction without changing input current direction.  I think there is much to be discovered here.
One side weakens as the other strengthens, and it uses like polarities.  It simulates a permanent magnet in motion passing a coil. 

I will be updating as I continue
Great job on the sample! You now understand that the magnetic force must oppose and, specifically, the North poles must oppose each other. Yes, this distinction is important! My next step was to achieve a magnetic force of 1.8T on the north side of the electromagnet.

To accomplish this, you will need a reliable DC magnetic force meter. I have used several in the past, but I advise against purchasing them from eBay as they are often low quality. You can check the meter's accuracy by using a neodymium magnet with certification how many Teslas it should have
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#3
Here is a Bifilar setup creating Virtually rotating magnetic field.  it is mimicking a magnet spinning.  It has a full North and South pole that rotate around..

The Bifilar coils I am using are being powered from both ends opposite ways to get the 2 polarities.  They work well, but I think using regular EL-magnets will be better because they are inducting into each other as Shylo predicted.  

But it has the overlap, it has the proper incline / decline, and the motion is damn near perfect.  

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#4
Jim use the bifilar coils but connect them like intended Tesla's.
Perhaps the use of caps to feed the coils would give the time for overlap?
During drain switch before empty to next full but reverse polarity.
Thanks shylo
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#5
(09-18-2023, 03:43 AM)Shylo Wrote: Perhaps the use of caps to feed the coils would give the time for overlap?
During drain switch before empty to next full but reverse polarity.

It may be possible to use caps to replace the resistor rig while harvesting back the energy instead of turning it all to heat. A cap in series before the coil gives a beautiful fill / empty wave to the coil which appears to be correct.  But the complexity of such a system is not in my cards at this point. The frequency of switching would need to exactly match the capacity of the caps, the switching would be very advanced, and the harvesting of the collected cap energy would also be complicated.  

The overlap is not a problem to create with the resistor. And I do not want to go from 1 almost empty polarity to opposite full polarity.  The polarity flip needs to occur between Almost Empty North to Almost Empty South. 

The resistor rig does all this almost perfectly.  There will be some waste, but if we get rotation with no lenz- hopefully the ends justify the means.

   

The part I do not like about the resistor is the square flat steps it creates.  If it was a smooth incline / decline it would be much better.   I think it can be done by using a circle of resistance wire that has 8 contacts and having a motor that slides the brush always in contact with the resistance wire around and around. But I can't think of a way to build that.  

   
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#6
Image below.  Single phase, single output coil. Virtual motion created from static induction.

I am calculating up to 50% reduction in lenz. But like everything else, it comes with a price.  

Full explanation coming later. 

   
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#7
Jim I think you may have solved your own problem.
Your rotor on the other thread, just surround it with coils and use the output for your input.
Don't know if it will work but it's worth a try.
Thanks shylo
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(09-20-2023, 03:59 AM)Shylo Wrote: Jim I think you may have solved your own problem.
Your rotor on the other thread, just surround it with coils and use the output for your input.
Don't know if it will work but it's worth a try.
Thanks shylo

If the spiral works like it seems, it would already be  checkmate.
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