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Thread: Shorting the gen coil with PWM? .. and other things.

  1. #91
    Solavei
    I've found a couple ways to wind coils that simulate a monopole. The first way I found was kinda complicated. Six coils taped together to form a cube then wired in such a way that there was only a noticeable magnetic field on the inside, the other pole was still there bit very weak, it was mostly on the corners and around the edges were the coils met but had a small gap. The other way is using 2 cone shaped coil forms, wider ends together. Winding 2 coils, one on each form so the small end of the form had more windings than the wide end. The weak pole was in the middle and the strong one on the ends. I think for practicality, the method is better used for matching bipolar wound coils to magnets, but going from the center between the two poles for spin axis.

  2. #92
    So... I was thinking, how could you simulate the monopole principle with permanent magnets? It would have to be done by pairs, both poles are equal in strength. What if you align the opposite pole faces towards each other in a ring on a wheel? Basically, laying the magnets on their side, spaced apart in attraction, no terminating pole ends.
    Wouldn't this be like a monopole relative to another magnet on it's side outside of the wheel? I haven't tried it yet, just thought of it today. It's probably been tried before and I'm overlooking something.

  3. #93
    When the positive pole of a magnet is brought into contact with the negative pole of another magnet, the effect that you think of as attraction is one of voidance. It is a cessation of opposition, or power to manifest anything. Polarity utterly ceases, extending at that point as each opposite extends to each opposite end, each getting away from the other through the other, spirally, as far as it can. Attraction and repulsion of polarities are illusions of the senses, like seeing railroad tracks coming together at the horizon.
    You see the tides rise towards the moon on one side of the earth and away from it on the other side. You conclude the moon attracts the earth and pulls the ocean toward it, but that does not account for the fact that the tides rise on the opposite side of the earth away from the moon. What is actually happening is that all conditioned matter is constantly seeking to balance it's condition with all other matter. If opposite poles attracted each other they would be together at the middle of a magnet instead of at it's ends.
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  4. #94
    wow amazing idea of shorting at the wave peak - should be easy too do with a 393 comparator - PS personally i use comparators alot, and havint some experience with JT's - i would recommend shelve the jouletheif idea and concentrate on comparators because that is definity possible and wil make fine tuning very easy,... PM me at wheatbelt.radio@gmail.com and i can use a old test rig too give it ago, and share the schematic, ifyou like, but easy im opretty sure !!, in the mean time, help me save the world with this rosemary ansile appliance, https://igg.me/at/free-heat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notsure View Post
    When the positive pole of a magnet is brought into contact with the negative pole of another magnet, the effect that you think of as attraction is one of voidance. It is a cessation of opposition, or power to manifest anything. Polarity utterly ceases, extending at that point as each opposite extends to each opposite end, each getting away from the other through the other, spirally, as far as it can. Attraction and repulsion of polarities are illusions of the senses, like seeing railroad tracks coming together at the horizon.
    You see the tides rise towards the moon on one side of the earth and away from it on the other side. You conclude the moon attracts the earth and pulls the ocean toward it, but that does not account for the fact that the tides rise on the opposite side of the earth away from the moon. What is actually happening is that all conditioned matter is constantly seeking to balance it's condition with all other matter. If opposite poles attracted each other they would be together at the middle of a magnet instead of at it's ends.
    Hi Notsure,
    Your statement: If opposite poles attracted each other they would be together at the middle of a magnet instead of at it's ends : they do this and that is when it is no longer Magnetic... it is Electric ..the Bloch wall has this characteristics...
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    ''If and only if One knew how to make use of the CAPACITOR..would they realize that it is the true SUPERCONDUCTOR''.

  6. #96
    Solavei
    Hello everybody, the last month I punted together a pwm circuit with two 555s , with adjustable frequency and duty cycle, the output of that driving two mosfets source to source and drains shorting the generator coil.

    I have to run that with 15 volts because the mosfets need that to fully open.

    The gen coil been shorted with that gives more power in volts, the CAP goes way higher in voltage than when not shorted.

    Power output is proportional to duty cycle of the shorting event , also drag. Because the coil was been shorted all the time, across all the sinewave. So I added a hall sensor to the coil shorting circuit, so I can only do it on the peeks only. The truth is that I have not made the proper testing yet... Measure, compare, etc.

    Best
    Last edited by AlvaroHN; 01-11-2017 at 01:33 PM.

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