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The more I consider the Barkhausen Effect the more interesting it becomes however there must be a certain precision in our thoughts. For instance if I had a magnet and an iron coil I must deal with many effects acting simultaneously therefore I would think the effects must be distilled. Now if I had a switch such as a mosfet and my switch was regulated by a hall effect sensor which excludes all current associated with the process of induction then logically any effects in the circuit proper cannot be due to induction because we have purposely excluded them. In which case we have something resembling Maxwells demon, that is a regulator having something resembling intelligence that can exclude all that we know cannot help us leaving only that which can. If the bias is at and always remains at the zero threshold excluding all current associated with the process of induction then what is left? it must be something else.
Now if my iron coil or circuit was tuned to this something else not directly related to the process of induction then what happens? Hmm....
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Certainly worth investigating further. I always thought the Barkhausen gave a rather weak signal. Maybe you can discover some tricks to improve it.


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It just occurred to me we were told what the effect was LOL
The magnetic Shadow effect, the papers are buried in a university library somewhere.

it was a magnetic shadow material and not a paint (or effect)

SM just mentioned it and said it "tied into" the technology of his TPU.  (Of course, that could mean almost anything.)
   

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You know SM went all out to get over you can have DC & AC currents through the same wire at the same time, so i wonder why can we not have our DC bias running through the bifilar wires while we pulse them instead of having a separate bias winding just bias the wire we are pulsing.
   
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You know SM went all out to get over you can have DC & AC currents through the same wire at the same time, so i wonder why can we not have our DC bias running through the bifilar wires while we pulse them instead of having a separate bias winding just bias the wire we are pulsing.

I pointed this out as a note on my schematic. Yes, a bias winding may not necessary. It could also be accomplished with residual magnetism in iron wire or a static PM field.

I do stress the use of RF chokes to decouple the AC components from the DC bias, and also to prevent the bypass capacitor inside the power supply from swamping any effects.

I have wound some 15 " hoops with iron wire, and will be experimenting with them shortly.


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I wonder how that works if you operate above the curie point of the ferrous metal or alloy, if you could switch the curie point at will you would get a magnetic pulse/burst?

Better and more efficient than trying to regulate the temperature of the wire around the Curie point would be to use the saturation effect to cause the field to transfer from parallel to the wire to perpendicular and circular to the wire.

This could be done by carefully adjusting the current through the wire until the iron wire saturates, at which time the field should begin to switch it's orientation.

This was done automatically with the application of our mains potential to the heater wire experiments, and may account for the pulse we have seen.

Further food for thought and experimentation: Will a bifilar transformer made with iron wire (at least one of the winds) have a worse coupling coefficient below wire saturation as opposed to above wire saturation? (disregarding ohmic losses)


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Here is the indoor outdoor thermometer sold by Radio Shack under the "Micronta" label in their 1994 catalog. I have not checked later catalogs.

It looks very close to the one in the video

I'm sure we can find many of the parts SM used, but not sure about the CM chokes.



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You know SM went all out to get over you can have DC & AC currents through the same wire at the same time, so i wonder why can we not have our DC bias running through the bifilar wires while we pulse them instead of having a separate bias winding just bias the wire we are pulsing.

This is exactly why Otto wired up my GK4 in the Tesla patent while also series connecting the iron wire core loops in the pulsing loop. The bias is part of the pulsing as in the iron wire retains the magnetic bias to be struck against.


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