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I recently started posting papers on Harti's overunity.com site and got invited to join overunityresearch.com so here I am.  For some background I live in the UK, I am 80 years old and I have been following the OU scene since 1994.  My working life was spent in the UK defence industry initially as an electronics engineer but later as an electromagnetic engineer/physicist.  I had several patents (now expired) and a number of patent applications, and I am a member of the Institute of Patentees and Inventors (which doesn't mean much but I can put M. Inst. P. I. after my name, or "mince pie" as it is colloquially known  :) ).  I intend to put all my papers on OU on the web and here is the start.

I was fortunate enough to be able to do some experiments on the generator version of Marinov's Siberian Coilu, which I choose to call the Marinov Generator.  Essentally this is a slip-ring with two brushes at diametrically opposite positions.  In my simple version a magnet is placed near each brush.  When the slip-ring is rotated a DC voltage is generated across the brushes.  It is possible that this is not classical flux-cutting induction, but is a form of longitudinal induction (along the velocity direction) from movement through the vector potential, and would occur if a closed magnetic circuit were used where the external flux is zero.  If so this offers OU potential.

Here is the first of several papers, this one describing the experiment.  More to follow
   
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Here are some more of my papers.  Enjoy!
   
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I wonder if it would be possible to design an experiment where torque or current draw of the driving motor is measured with the Marinov generator open circuit and short circuit to attempt to detect loading effects, if any.

This would have to require a lightweight, sensitive apparatus with a minimum of friction.

As far as extracting energy from this low voltage high current generator, I would use a large inductor with low resistance windings to store the current in the magnetic field, then release it in a timed manner from the back emf which is now a current source, and can charge a capacitor through a diode to any desired voltage, depending on the capacitor value and the inductance. (flyback converter)
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Welcome Smudge

Thanks for sharing your work here  O0

I am also in the UK, South East coast.

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Thanks Smudge and welcome. I'm looking forward to reading your work. Thanks for making it available.
   
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Going away for a few days so I thought I'd get this thread going again.  Of all the OU devices I've been involved with this is the only one where there is a plausible explanation for where the energy comes from.  Also I found that I am not the only one to have performed the slip-ring Marinov generator experiment, Stan Zuala got 2mV at 2000rpm, picture of his set up below.

What i would like to see is an experiment that shows DC induction into a coil, see image.  It needs a slip-ring driven at high speed with diametrically opposite brushes.  Current is passed across the slip ring from a DC source.  A multi turn coil is placed close to one of the brushes where, according to my math, it should get a DC voltage induced.  There will also be slip-ring noise that will need filtering out.  The coil needs as many turns as possible using fine gauge wire.  If someone could validate this it would pave the way for more extensive research into the phenomenon because if you can create DC  E field vortices they can be used to "load" the electron spins and orbits responsible for magnetization, and it is a route to extracting energy from a PM.

Anyone up for a try?  You would get some kudos for being the first person to demonstrate this hole in our knowledge, it would be worthy of a publication in a scientific journal.

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Dear Smudge.

If I have correctly interpreted your drawing it is an insulated disc that carries a Copper ring driven by an electric motor ?

Should be fairly simple to construct can the Copper ring have a joint ? Could I Silver solder said joint ?

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Going away for a few days so I thought I'd get this thread going again.  Of all the OU devices I've been involved with this is the only one where there is a plausible explanation for where the energy comes from.  Also I found that I am not the only one to have performed the slip-ring Marinov generator experiment, Stan Zuala got 2mV at 2000rpm, picture of his set up below.

What i would like to see is an experiment that shows DC induction into a coil, see image.  It needs a slip-ring driven at high speed with diametrically opposite brushes.  Current is passed across the slip ring from a DC source.  A multi turn coil is placed close to one of the brushes where, according to my math, it should get a DC voltage induced.  There will also be slip-ring noise that will need filtering out.  The coil needs as many turns as possible using fine gauge wire.  If someone could validate this it would pave the way for more extensive research into the phenomenon because if you can create DC  E field vortices they can be used to "load" the electron spins and orbits responsible for magnetization, and it is a route to extracting energy from a PM.

Anyone up for a try?  You would get some kudos for being the first person to demonstrate this hole in our knowledge, it would be worthy of a publication in a scientific journal.

Smudge

In one of Tesla's methods for conversion, we find him shorting a coil where AC is being induced on itself, doing so results in the production of unidirectional impulses, high voltage DC.  Fast forward and we see parallels in coil shorting experiments.  Through this method, DC is produced simply and effectively, and most importantly, without the need for proper rectification.  The problem with this method of conversion of AC to DC (off topic I know, however, I feel its related) is in all the familiar geometries, the secondary induced magnetic field interacts antagonistically with the inducing field.  When the circuit controller is activated, a  massive current is induced and Lenz works his magic.  The solution to this problem takes the form of what I refer to as a asymmetrical, mono-polar (the term mono-polar here refers to the utilization of both halves of the dipole) magnetic field.  This modification in geometry is applied to both inducing and induced circuits.  The result is dramatically reduced drag in all generation applications, but more importantly, in those circuits where unidirectional impulse currents are desired.

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I posted a paper on using the Earth's magnetic vector potential over on PhysicsProf's thread.  If I am right then the experiment shown in the image here should work.  It simply involves a slip ring being rotated in the Earth's vector potential and having brushes diametrically opposite each other.  The diagonal joining the brushes must be at right angles to the vector potential that runs E-W.  If the theory stacks up there should be a DC voltage across the brushes.  Swinging the thing through 180 degrees or changing the rotation direction should cause a reversal of the voltage.  Seems a simple method to prove or disprove the theory.

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I posted a paper on using the Earth's magnetic vector potential over on PhysicsProf's thread.  If I am right then the experiment shown in the image here should work.  It simply involves a slip ring being rotated in the Earth's vector potential and having brushes diametrically opposite each other.  The diagonal joining the brushes must be at right angles to the vector potential that runs E-W.  If the theory stacks up there should be a DC voltage across the brushes.  Swinging the thing through 180 degrees or changing the rotation direction should cause a reversal of the voltage.  Seems a simple method to prove or disprove the theory.

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Dear Smudge.

It's been a while but did you miss my post a couple up from this one?

Cheers Grum.


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Dear Smudge.

It's been a while but did you miss my post a couple up from this one?

Cheers Grum.


Sorry Grum, I did miss your post.  Yes the slip-ring is just a copper hoop on an insulated disc.  And it could be fabricated from copper tape with the ends silver soldered.  If you do make one then you could try this earth field experiment as well as replicating the Marinov generator experiment that I did where you place magnets close to the brushes.

While on this earth field stuff it strikes me that there could be an explanation for the weird machine in that Swiss commune that looks a bit like a Wimshurst machine.  The manner in which the grad(v.A) force field works on conduction electrons in a spinning disc is a little uncertain, but it could result in anomalous surface charge that could be bled off into capacitors (Leydon jars in that weird machine).

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Sorry Grum, I did miss your post.  Yes the slip-ring is just a copper hoop on an insulated disc.  And it could be fabricated from copper tape with the ends silver soldered.  If you do make one then you could try this earth field experiment as well as replicating the Marinov generator experiment that I did where you place magnets close to the brushes.

While on this earth field stuff it strikes me that there could be an explanation for the weird machine in that Swiss commune that looks a bit like a Wimshurst machine.  The manner in which the grad(v.A) force field works on conduction electrons in a spinning disc is a little uncertain, but it could result in anomalous surface charge that could be bled off into capacitors (Leydon jars in that weird machine).

Smudge

Dear Smudge.

I have an amazing stock of resources in my workshop, could you please provide a drawing of the apparatus required?

I can make a disc up to 14" in dia out of Polycarbonate sheet, various thicknesses up to 3/8" I also have Polypropylene and PVC sheet.

Copper sheets in 0.2 and 0.3 thickness.

I await a plan!     ;)

Cheers Grum.


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Dear Smudge.

I have an amazing stock of resources in my workshop, could you please provide a drawing of the apparatus required?

I can make a disc up to 14" in dia out of Polycarbonate sheet, various thicknesses up to 3/8" I also have Polypropylene and PVC sheet.

Copper sheets in 0.2 and 0.3 thickness.

I await a plan!     ;)

Cheers Grum.
Having got the little grey cells going on the Testatika thingy if you can wait a little while I will come up with a proof of concept experiment.
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