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I do like the simplicity of these figures compared to the full schematic.  Feels more intuitive.


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Here is some extra help to get a working unit.

Remember all coils are wound in the same direction, that includes b,b1. As the feed is in the center of the "b" coils, you have to realise the current flow goes out to the ends. When a coil charges and discharges the polarity changes, but be careful with the "b" coils, after all it is a capacitor plate that has an electric field and a changing magnetic field all at the same time.

Those that have built the "toroids" can give help to others.

The attached document will give some new information that those in the group should have found themselves. If you look hard at the coil schematics you will see that there are two halves, one in parallel and one in series, and a "a" coil (the output coil) which is the only coil that gives the frequency split. Your instruments can not show you these frequencies because of multi-phase interference. The LC Fr has to be calculated from your inductance and capacitance, then you will realise what you are looking at. In my case 25KHz and 15KHz on either side of the "a" coil.

Good luck gentlemen

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I do like the simplicity of these figures compared to the full schematic.  Feels more intuitive.

Seen in this way, I see with surprise common points with the type of capacitor on which I work in the thread on "New generator from a spatial gradient of the vector potential and current".

Here it is the capacitances between cores and between cores and windings while in my thread it is flat strips. The common point is the open ends. If we consider only the capacitive question (not inductive), an open end makes that we have no current at this end, and a stronger and stronger current when we go to the other side. The current is therefore not constant along the conductor, there is a gradient, and this current gradient can indeed have new effects, this is what I am testing with a spatial gradient of the potential vector.

I am in discussion on another forum with some electromagnetism and relativity experts to try to theorize and mathematize the question of the gradient of A. I think if I get an answer, it might be useful here, likewise the idea of the coil capacitors seen here might help me make a proof of concept about ∇A.

Note that there is an inconsistency. In the left view the ground is on the same side as "In", while in the right diagram it is the opposite. Connecting on one side or the other might matter.




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Seen in this way, I see with surprise common points with the type of capacitor on which I work in the thread on "New generator from a spatial gradient of the vector potential and current".

Here it is the capacitances between cores and between cores and windings while in my thread it is flat strips. The common point is the open ends. If we consider only the capacitive question (not inductive), an open end makes that we have no current at this end, and a stronger and stronger current when we go to the other side. The current is therefore not constant along the conductor, there is a gradient, and this current gradient can indeed have new effects, this is what I am testing with a spatial gradient of the potential vector.

I am in discussion on another forum with some electromagnetism and relativity experts to try to theorize and mathematize the question of the gradient of A. I think if I get an answer, it might be useful here, likewise the idea of the coil capacitors seen here might help me make a proof of concept about ∇A.

Note that there is an inconsistency. In the left view the ground is on the same side as "In", while in the right diagram it is the opposite. Connecting on one side or the other might matter.



F6, the A and B "core" is made into a loop of 3 turns and like ends joined, effectively reducing inductance. Each turn is twisted 180º before making the next turn as the AB is a twin flex. This ensures maximum capacitance within A and B, and also equal inductance A to b,b1 and B to b,b1. when b,b1 is wound over the core.

Regards

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Thank you Mike for the clarification. It is not easy to analyze. The possibilities of magnetic and electrical coupling are so numerous and drastically depend on the materials and the actual practical realization that it makes it difficult to reproduce a truly identical to the original one, and we cannot work at random. I don't intend to try to reproduce anything if I don't have a guiding idea on the concept,  I'm thinking about it, because that of "extracting ambient energy in the form of charge" is an admission of ignorance of the exact origin of energy.


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Here is some extra help to get a working unit.

Remember all coils are wound in the same direction, that includes b,b1. As the feed is in the center of the "b" coils, you have to realise the current flow goes out to the ends. When a coil charges and discharges the polarity changes, but be careful with the "b" coils, after all it is a capacitor plate that has an electric field and a changing magnetic field all at the same time.

Those that have built the "toroids" can give help to others.

The attached document will give some new information that those in the group should have found themselves. If you look hard at the coil schematics you will see that there are two halves, one in parallel and one in series, and a "a" coil (the output coil) which is the only coil that gives the frequency split. Your instruments can not show you these frequencies because of multi-phase interference. The LC Fr has to be calculated from your inductance and capacitance, then you will realise what you are looking at. In my case 25KHz and 15KHz on either side of the "a" coil.

Good luck gentlemen

Regards

Mike

Mike - thank you!
"The LC Fr has to be calculated from your inductance and capacitance, then you will realise what you are looking at. In my case 25KHz and 15KHz on either side of the "a" coil."

I would say that the LC Freq is surprisingly low (25 and 15 kHz).
   
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It might help to think of it as an echo chamber of sorts .

Around the 5khz is where we want to be but it is much much lower than the resonance frequency. Its many "echoes" build up to and way beyond the resonant freq which will be mhz . 

We keep the echoes going by tapping it gently at exactly the right time and place untill it is full and taps its self .
We know that lightning has polarity properties both vertical and horizontal around this frequency and this is a receiver of that energy or linked to it .

Radio receivers work in a similar fashion except we are not interested in demodulating anything , just the carrier in this case. More of a regenerative receiver

Its very hard and can be misleading to use some  common terminology .
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Mike - thank you!
"The LC Fr has to be calculated from your inductance and capacitance, then you will realise what you are looking at. In my case 25KHz and 15KHz on either side of the "a" coil."

I would say that the LC Freq is surprisingly low (25 and 15 kHz).

Steven,

The resonance is not where you think it is.

The clever part of winding all these coils is their relation to one another.

Mike


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F6, the A and B "core" is made into a loop of 3 turns and like ends joined, effectively reducing inductance. Each turn is twisted 180º before making the next turn as the AB is a twin flex. This ensures maximum capacitance within A and B, and also equal inductance A to b,b1 and B to b,b1. when b,b1 is wound over the core.

Regards

Mike

Hello,

What is the over all size of this device? is it just a small 3 inch section of wires, or is it a full circle and would be like 9 inches of wire then is ties into a full circle? This image is very helpful but a little confusing.

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Mine are roughly 8" dia
   
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I was pointing my 80w cnc  laser diode at some low clouds trying to focus a narrow beam last night and wondered why it felt weird when the dot was visible ...so I googled and .....

serendipity!




https://www.science.org/content/article/laser-beams-make-lightning-tunnels

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2023/jan/16/scientists-steer-lightning-bolts-with-lasers-for-the-first-time


many others on searching perhaps if you find the BEST one

Put it here
   
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