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Author Topic: Research website of Vyacheslav Gorchilin and his experiments w/ Waves [magnetic  (Read 490 times)
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By the way, this dispels the myth that standing waves do not transfer energy :)

here a comment from Gorchilin researcher SolarLab [i believe he is working on Parker solar probe project]

SolarLab  made this observation

Another interesting series of Gorchilin observations involves his work with Slow Waves.

Медленные волны в катушке индуктивности
 [Slow Waves in an Inductor]

http://gorchilin.com/articles/coil/magnetic_wave  (all 4 pages - circled at page bottom)

From Page three (3) - is very intriguing (IMO);   We get slow magnetic waves

"After the publication of the two previous subsections, readers had many questions about how to get unusual, from a classical point of view, magnetic waves in a conventional inductor. They have a unique property: at relatively low frequencies (kilohertz), with a more or less constant distribution of the electric field, several magnetic poles appear in the coil. As it turned out, their uniqueness does not end there. If the coil is divided into two halves, one of which will have a left-sided one, and the other has a right-sided winding, then regardless of their connection, magnetic waves will still form. However, depending on the compound, the distribution of the magnetic field (MP) will change, which is best measured using the indicator proposed here in figure (3)."

"The conclusions from these studies are obvious. Slow magnetic waves are formed due to a completely new and little-studied type of resonance, which does not obey classical laws. For example, more detailed studies have shown that an increase in capacitance C1 by 4 times leads to a decrease in the resonant frequency by 1.4–1.5 times, and not by two, which would correspond to the Thompson formula. This frequency, among other things, is influenced by both the active resistance of the coil, the capacitance and the key, and the supply voltage. Also, in classical resonance, a phase shift between current and voltage of 90 degrees should form, which we absolutely do not observe here (Fig. 7, 8). All this allows us to build electric power generators on completely new principles."  ...

And from Page four (4);   Second kind resonance   

"This is a completely different kind of resonance. It does not look like a classic even externally , if you look at it through an oscilloscope screen. Its resonant frequency depends not only on inductance and capacitance, but also on the active resistance of the circuit and the duty cycle of the pulses. The mathematical dependence of these parameters among themselves is very different from the classical Thomson formula [1]. With this resonance, you can get slow magnetic waves in a conventional inductor. In this note, we will offer its mathematical model and formulas for calculation, and we will call it further the resonance of the second kind." ...

http://gorchilin.com/articles/coil/magnetic_wave_resonance.png   (Ruslan ?)

Further analysis => a work that is still in progress...

there is no dedicated thread yet at Stefan's ....discussion in Wesley's topic here

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Quote from: Chet K
By the way, this dispels the myth that standing waves do not transfer energy  :)

Standing Waves are a form of Resonance.  It is now, and has always been, well
understood that Resonance is Energy which can be "tapped" for application to
a Load.  Not a real difficult problem. :)

Impedance Mis-Matches, on the other hand, can seriously impede Energy Transfer
from a Source to a Load. ;)

"It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." Upton Sinclair
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That's not standing waves. That's stationary waves - Tesla knew the difference  O0
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