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SM placed the amperage clamp meter in the center of the LTPU and the meter showed ac current. Electromagnetics at large.
Now imagine if you will (in my best Rod Serling voice), a large oscillating resonance between those two rings sliding back and forth, up and down the center modules. A magnetic gradient will be measured.

The clamp meter SM used (UEI DL235) was capable of reading DC static fields external to the device as well as AC. I purchased the identical unit and it has a zero button to null out the residual static earth magnetic field. The manual is attached that describes the use of the zero button, and you can see SM zero the meter using the button right before he waves it around the unit. So are you positively sure he was reading an external AC field? I would leave all options open until proof is given.

I also purchased the Extech Wattmeter DW6060 used by Dr. Schinzinger so that I might further understand if it's use as seen in the video is accurate. I also intend to purchase additional test equipment as seen in the videos, such as field search coil and field meter, also the EMI tester, DMM etc.

IMO No one I repeat no one yet has demonstrated a working stand alone TPU  similar in shape, size, simplicity and power output as SM has, so thus far it's all talk no action. Prove me wrong.


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The TV interference and the thumping advertise AC. Not dismissing D.C.


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The clamp meter SM used (UEI DL235) was capable of reading DC static fields external to the device as well as AC. I purchased the identical unit and it has a zero button to null out the residual static earth magnetic field. The manual is attached that describes the use of the zero button, and you can see SM zero the meter using the button right before he waves it around the unit. So are you positively sure he was reading an external AC field? I would leave all options open until proof is given.

I also purchased the Extech Wattmeter DW6060 used by Dr. Schinzinger so that I might further understand if it's use as seen in the video is accurate. I also intend to purchase additional test equipment as seen in the videos, such as field search coil and field meter, also the EMI tester, DMM etc.

IMO No one I repeat no one yet has demonstrated a working stand alone TPU  similar in shape, size, simplicity and power output as SM has, so thus far it's all talk no action. Prove me wrong.


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Hi Ion,
  The clamp on ammeter I used, and it too registered current around my TPU builds, was a d'arsonval mechanical movement an old Sperry Mod. SPR-300 and I really don't know how to explain it.  I can't get the meter to budge around any and all things I have waved it at, but stick it by a TPU of mine with a rotating field and it registers.  I thought a motor field would do the same trick but I don't get any movement around running motors either so I don't know what to say except that a working TPU must have a similar rotating field to what I have got going on in my builds. My builds are about the same size, shape and weight as S. Marks, and my meter is totally different then his but showed the same thing, with some tunings on my TPU I had readings just over 40 amps with 600 ma. input to the toroid.  I don't think S. Marks ever showed more then 2 amps. on his.

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And we notice here that there is an oscillatory harmonic in the midst of the resonant bouncing.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HVA00LnKBc
Heterodyning and eclipsing frequencies cause very high transients in space(EMPS).
This can be see as 'Action at a distance' in some surroundings.
A Tesla coil has EMPs inside the resonant magnetic field.
I post this extra because of his attention to magnetic detail:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B015P0XFl9g
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And we notice here that there is an oscillatory harmonic in the midst of the resonant bouncing.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HVA00LnKBc
Heterodyning and eclipsing frequencies cause very high transients in space(EMPS)

In this video, we see only permanent magnets subjected to the low frequency magnetic field of an electric magnet. It's very commonplace.




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In this video, we see only permanent magnets subjected to the low frequency magnetic field of an electric magnet. It's very commonplace.

Here the full video of it.
https://youtu.be/HKoUd8l7yZE
   
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last I heard Marco was not well [end of last year

 in my last exchanges with him he mentioned quote " Waiting to Die" [from illness]

I did reach out again but got no response ,will try again in-case he is reading here.

always loved his thoughts and contributions.


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Here the full video of it.
https://youtu.be/HKoUd8l7yZE
I remember this vid.  The kick coil looks to be a toroid winding, probably orbo effect to drive it.  I wonder if there were many more magnets inline if the input would remain the same?

I remember a few vids some years ago that had 1 driver spinning a sphere mag and then setting small jars with sphere mags all around the driven sphere, and even setting up more jars, and more jars. And they were all spinning.

I think it was lidmotor that initialized that trend back then.

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But the TPU uses ferrite cores in all models, even in the one that looks as though it does not, Peter found it, a small CMC which I have the same one. each coil has 29mH and if wired to buck together the inductance nearly cancels at 0.5mH, but wired so as not to buck the inductance is X4 at 116mH.

This seems to only happen when wound together on the same ferrite, but if they are an air coil the inductance only adds simply, X2, and not X4.

Now if you mix charge displacement current between two magnetic loops which have a capacitive connection, current can be induced into a voltage boost, overwound, scenario which is in phase with the boosted voltage, you don't need much if looped somehow as even at 50kHz the power will escalate out of control. (boost circuits and class E amplifiers are between 90-100% efficient) ;)

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That will all work on the same loop?!  :o
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They are shown in circular 3s, 5s and 6s combinations.The center power generation is an Alcubierre drive, not really a propulsion drive. More of a resonant generator that feeds the Tesla coils.There is a tuning capacitor in the charge pump and drive frequency that shifts the balance on the TTB reflectors. Thereby shifting the mass while still maintaining elevation.
The excessive field generation is why onlookers get burned.

The larger Alcubierre models are shown driving a charge pump into a large laser based ionic drive. I often wondered why this medieval step is used when a straight resonant power generation would perform the same event. Space is filled with atomic structure so magnetic manipulation is all that is needed.

Two ring configurations performing destructive resonant transmission reflections. No different that placing an amplified microphone in a driven speaker cone.When pointing an electric guitar at an amp one has two coil loops facing each other. One transmitting the other receiving. The change in the feed back comes as the direct face to face coil alignment is altered at slight angles. When the two coils are left alone in a powered parallel alignment, equipment self destructs. Possibly has a use, yes?


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For every action there is a reaction, and think how a transformer can buzz with AC. Now make it a square wave and you could hammer it around a bit, even more so than with sinusoidal AC. So, it depends on your frequency a bit, too, I'd say, for you to set up a noticeable or worse mechanical standing wave in your transformer itself. However, depending on the size and robust quality of the transformer it should be OK to do at your power level, at least. On the other hand, will you get square wave out? I think it won't be "as square" as the input. The windings (and their proximity to the plates, if any), also create a changing inductive environment, so it may goof with the shape of electrical wave(s) a bit. And the fact that the transformer will have those mechanical waves (manifested as vibration or sound), assumedly worsening at certain frequencies, leads me to believe that it will not pass all frequencies at the same efficiency, thereby further distorting the "squareness" of the wave. That may be saying the same thing twice in two different ways, but maybe at least for more than one reason. It may be, though, that the two are just manifestations of the same condition. Not sure at the moment. Either way, not going to be a perfect representation of the input. Also, I wonder if you are going to get EMF (or reverse EMF) effects at the points of voltage reversal, which may grossly distort the output.


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This is exactly what happens in the ignition system of older cards with points. The make-and-break of the points provided a 12 V square wave to the ignition coil (a transformer)!, which then output several thousand volts. A similar method was also used in "the olden days" to produce high voltage AC from a battery, such as in spark-gap radio transmitters./


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The superregenerative receiver uses a second lower-frequency oscillation (within the same stage or by using a second oscillator stage) to provide single-device circuit gains of around one million. This second oscillation periodically interrupts or "quenches" the main RF oscillation.[38] Ultrasonic quench rates between 30 and 100 kHz are typical. After each quenching, RF oscillation grows exponentially, starting from the tiny energy picked up by the antenna plus circuit noise. The amplitude reached at the end of the quench cycle (linear mode) or the time taken to reach limiting amplitude (log mode) depends on the strength of the received signal from which exponential growth started.  A low-pass filter in the audio amplifier filters the quench and RF frequencies from the output, leaving the AM modulation. This provides a crude but very effective automatic gain control (AGC).
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