Ciao a tutti,
One more PDF in attached file. Should anybody be interested in.
Actually, my aim is to write one single document about "Caps and possible 'OU'?"
A personal and apparently off topic message to PhysicsProf:
You must remember this Prof. "Nenad Savic" boiler claimed 'OU' very apparatus that
you get and I tested, a couple of years ago, without success.
Failure is mine, of course, but I wish I were more helped by this dear Nenad.
It is not complicated! I soon as I asked Prof. Savic a good question, I was not answered.
Finally, this gave me some clues by not enough at the moment.
My last unanswered question to Prof Savic was something like:
"Is it of any importance that one part of the apparatus is ferromagnetic?"
This actually is the case.
I was also told about some cryptic "standing wave".
Now (thanks to Vladimir Utkin) my understanding is, basically:
- This Nenad Savic's device *is* a capacitor.
- Charging and discharging a cap with the grid cost almost nothing. Right?
- But, between the plate of a cap there is a "displacement current" and a variable electric field. Right?
- This variable electric field generate a variable magnetic field at right angle. OK?
- This variable magnetic field is able to move (vibrate) the ferromagnetic capacitor "plate". Right?
- The second non ferromagnetic "plate" acts as a "base".
- This vibrating "plate "should be able to heat water. No?
This for practically no power consumption. Hence, the "OU" behavior, should any "resonance" (between one "plate" of the device and the grid freq) is achieved.
Now, to behave as a "real" capacitor there must be no "real current" between the capacitor plates.
So, this device must only work in distilled water. This was not specified.
Unless the "standing wave" and the following picture?
I, in fact, observed this "Water Rim" but it was a transient phenomenon, Any feedback, PhysicsProf?