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Gentlemen the future looks bright, live long and prosper.
http://www.snotr.com/video/3506

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I am interested what analytical tools you used besides CoE?  I am well versed in the classical EM techniques, so you don't have to dumb it down for me.

For example, my line of thinking revolves around the magnetization energy (domain alignment energy) of a soft ferro/ferrimagnetic and its natural tendency to dissipate by directional  randomization in the absence of external MMF ...down to the spins of constituent atoms, if need be.

I use FEMM a lot on the basis that though it is only a 2D tool if you can get OU in 2D you must surely also get it in 3D.  FEMM only gives a snapshot but you can use data from it to predict dynamic situations, and you can run a series of snapshots to get the full dynamics.   Of course this requires some math external to FEMM.  As an example FEMM gives flux linkage and by doing a series of runs with different current inputs you can construct a flux v current graph from which you can obtain inductive input energy even though it may be-non linear.  With a colleague who is a FEMM wizard we developed something called sim-dynamic where you perform two FEMM runs at a given geometry to get the data needed for input on the next run where something has moved or changed.  This works well both for devices with moving parts as in motors and generators and also for solid state devices like transformers.  This is all done under LUA script including the math.  I am aware of the limitations of any finite element model so I am always looking for COP that significantly exceeds the math uncertainty.

I do a lot of modelling using classical EM theory, on spreadsheets which I find quicker and easier to do than the old Fortran and Algol that I was brought up on.  Having a lifetime experience of electromagnetic theory helps here.  I also developed my own methods for doing dynamic analysis in the magnetic domain, something that I find lacking in any EM works although I note now that other people are beginning to do the same.  I am not an expert in magnetic materials science which is perhaps something lacking for the work we do.  Since retiring in 1999 I have taken to OU forums as a means to keep my brain active, and I did do some of my own experimental work but with very limited capability as all my equipment was cast offs.  I envy Peter his new scope.

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Like in Graham's device and in this video ?



[youtube]qauZ4WBwAOM[/youtube]



This reminded me of some earlier experiments i (we) did with this setup, see this thread:

http://www.overunity.com/14307/acoustic-magnetic-generator/msg388905/#msg388905

I rebuild the setup (see picture) and made some measurements.
But the resonance seen in the video (192KHz) matches almost the self resonance of the used pickup coil with rod inserted (216KHz), so no special effects were noted up till now.
Data on the pickup coil:   L=503uH / 3.6 Ohm

Perhaps a higher value pickup coil will be needed?
I will be changing the amount of magnets to see if it need some specific value of magnetic flux.
I think also that it would be better to glue the rod to the pot core half.

Video here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTjnvI9ZRj8&feature=youtu.be


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYjPLRQunGk - new twin tesla self runner from Ruslan (in second part of video).
Enjoy!
   
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There is new vid from Ruslan - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTpTytGIMBg

[youtube]ZTpTytGIMBg[/youtube]

He could not get twin tesla coil device self running in beginning and shows some live tuning before it self runs again..

P.S. I added some posts about that matter for discussion in http://www.overunity.com/12736/kapanadze-cousin-dally-free-energy/msg444472/#msg444472
« Last Edit: 2015-04-01, 17:16:30 by T-1000 »
   

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It sure looks to me like there is a power supply under the workbench that he connects with some clipleads in order to get "self running". You can briefly see the pilot light on this PSU at certain parts of the video and it's clear that he's connecting something down there.

One thing is certain: There is no genuine highvoltage Tesla coil operating in that mess.

Is this the lab that is in the transmitter building of his FM radio station, I wonder?


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It sure looks to me like there is a power supply under the workbench that he connects with some clipleads in order to get "self running". You can briefly see the pilot light on this PSU at certain parts of the video and it's clear that he's connecting something down there.

People see batteries all around as well ;) If Ruslan would do in that in middle of nowhere, I am sure most of people would be still looking for hidden power source... :)
   
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It sure looks to me like there is a power supply under the workbench that he connects with some clipleads in order to get "self running". You can briefly see the pilot light on this PSU at certain parts of the video and it's clear that he's connecting something down there.

It is drill battery charger in place .. :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfjEsRVO_og

[youtube]ZfjEsRVO_og[/youtube]

By the way, the first video is removed and if you had no chance to save it offline, here is the copy of previous videos:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgEecYI5ZQU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXzmoY5mBh4


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People see batteries all around as well. If Ruslan would do in that in middle of nowhere, I am sure most of people would be still looking for hidden power source.

We cannot prove anything to anyone who cannot prove the matter for themselves. -- T.H.moray

AC
« Last Edit: 2015-04-03, 15:00:41 by Allcanadian »


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