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Author Topic: Experimental and Theoretical Realization of Zenneck Wave  (Read 421 times)
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Post 2830 or 2831 here
https://overunity.com/17735/wesleys-kapanadze-and-other-fe-discussion-forum/2820/
This info was from university of Buffalo investigation.

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Article: https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/201902.0180/v2

pdf doc 1: https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/201902.0180/v2/download

pdf doc 2: https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/201902.0180/v2/download/supplementary

Unlisted Video Demo links from pdf doc 2

6 Power Demo; https://youtu.be/UOc42vG9Vhs

7 Metal Neutral: https://youtu.be/6dqdgtNcEQI

8 Electronic devices in vicinity: https://youtu.be/7UPf7M1EiiE

9 Multi Receiver: https://youtu.be/qRQKoeCV-8k

10 Tx in The Metal Enclosure: https://youtu.be/t-_HAqxcnkI

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Our modeling and simulation using Maxwells equation with proper boundary conditions shows Zenneck type behavior for the excited waves and are in excellent agreement with experimental results. In conclusion, we physically realize a radically different power transfer system, based on a wave, whose existence has been fiercely debated for over a century.

Interesting, but is there any discussion or better, demonstration - of an OU effect?
   
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOTLfnMOSqQ&feature=youtu.be&t=1003
at 7 minute mark [approx]
Wesley shows 1200 foot transmission with 20 watts input

at 16:43 mark what he refers to as "activation" which is said to interact with
energy within the planet [natural occurring Zenneck within the shuman ??

this "activation" part is where additional energy enters the system .

as of this writing , specific method to "activate" has not been shared in a "how to"
format.
but apparently all that is needed has been posted at Wesley Blog at Stefan's forum.

I believe Wesley is maintaining agreement with fellow researcher in Germany
who did the actual testing to realize the activation process and additional energy.
he is asking for permission to share the specifics.

   

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Extracting energy from the Schumann Resonances is an
interesting hypothesis, but is it even practicable?

What is the energy density of the frequencies which occur
within the ELF band from 3 Hz to 60 Hz?  Sufficient to
enable "harvesting" watts of power with a "receiving"
device of some sort?

Aren't the Schumann frequencies rather weak?  Powered
by Lightning, the original "Spark Gap Transmitter."

The tower built in Texas is designed to operate at approx.
18 KHz which is much higher than the Schumann frequencies
but, interestingly, within the range of frequencies used to
world-wide communicate with submerged submarines in the
oceans of the Planet.

Food for thought...

If not Schumann, what else might it be?


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I have heard that there is a layer of natural Zenneck waves that runs right along the surface [under our feet ?] in Telluric currents....??

in an area smaller than the space between two pinched fingers [crazy small space]
and the magnetic attribute of this "Zenneck zone" is most important for harvesting,

one thing for certain
we will be learning much more about the different energy transmitting / harvesting methods here .[good or bad]

whether true FE as in a heretofore unrealized energy source,

or is it harvesting unbeknownst from the grid or "other" ??

we shall see ??




   

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Eric Dollard has some papers related to this phenomena that may prove useful for people researching this field.

Theory of Wireless Power:
http://ericpdollard.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/theory_of_wireless_power_eric_dollard.pdf

Transmission and Reception of Telluric Waves:
http://gestaltreality.com/downloads/The%20Transmission%20and%20Reception%20of%20Telluric%20Waves%20-%20N6KPH%20-%20collected%20posts.pdf


It would appear these telluric systems operate predominantly through displacement currents and impulses rather than conventionally radiated electro-magnetic waves.  As the dielectric losses of the Earth are potentially lower than the resistive losses, a higher-efficiency transmission would appear to be possible.
The propagation velocity of such a system would also be difficult to determine since the Coulomb force is considered to be a scalar with no defined velocity.


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a build topic on this subject is to be started at Stefans
with member [and moderator] Gotoluc hosting.

the goal being a working Zenneck "far field" transmitter [Courum 2007].
can transmit energy for thousands of miles ??

it is said that this evolved into Tariels "direct access" Zenneck interface receiver [no transmitter required].
this Zenneck interface area is said to have amounts of energy beyond explanation
or unlimited ??

this is _new news_ and a remarkable claim.

nothing but Gratitude here.

MuDped yes ELF seems a big part of this.

Reiyuki , thank you for the contributions .



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Don't know if this helps but I find in my archives the following paper about Zenneck Waves.

I note that the Zenneck wave occurs at the boundary between two different materials and requires the permittivity of one of the materials to be either negative or to have an imaginary component.  If the earth is that material then it requires its permittivity to be either negative (which it isn't) or to have an imaginary component which is equivalent to saying it is lossy (which it is). 

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Don't know if this helps but I find in my archives the following paper about Zenneck Waves.

I note that the Zenneck wave occurs at the boundary between two different materials and requires the permittivity of one of the materials to be either negative or to have an imaginary component.  If the earth is that material then it requires its permittivity to be either negative (which it isn't) or to have an imaginary component which is equivalent to saying it is lossy (which it is). 

Smudge

Very interesting paper, Smudge - thank you!
   
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