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I made another version of a Magnifying Amplifier using only one transformer instead of two...
The prior versions used two transformers without any center tap...
Donald Smith claims that a counter-wound pair of coils connected in series with a center tap will neutralize their voltage leaving only current to remain. My simulation demonstrates this to my satisfaction since Paul Falstad's electronic simulator behaves in real time. I can watch how the current travels in the same direction on both counter-wound coils. And both the current and the voltage are 180 degrees out of phase on the simulator's oscilloscope tracings. Hence, only the voltage disappears.
Here is Sir Eric Dollard's recipe for composing electricity from its constituent ingredients of magnetism and electrostatics over time. By immersing a magnetic field in an electrostatic field and by varying this electrostatic field over time, new electricity can be synthesized that wasn't there beforehand. Conversely it is possible to do the opposite: decompose preexisting electricity by returning it to its simpler components of magnetism and electrostatics.
... as Seen from the Perspective of Each Other
What is an analog computer, Eric?
Using inductors of 10mH
And capacitors of 47nF
Eric demonstrates the following...
Current does not maintain itself down the length of a TEM or an LMD
violation of speed limit of light
.... and Radiant Energy?
Conventional Tesla coils' sole purpose is to throw away energy. This is what's missing in the Pierce-Arrow story. His project box produced, but did not dissipate, energy. The aerial on the back of the car was part of the disposal of excess energy. The AC motor disposed of a limited quantity of energy, but only when the car was moving. Energy had to be disposed of constantly, especially at start up, but also whenever the car came to a stop. Otherwise, the production would also stop.....
.....and have to be started from a cold start all over again rather than be left idling which is the ideal.
Paul Falstad's electronic simulator uses the iron cores of his transformers to both produce magnetic overunity under certain conditions as well as consume it. This is paralleled by the use of the 4,000 lb. chassis of the Pierce-Arrow. But not directly, but indirectly. For a direct connection of Tesla's circuit, or the motor, to the car's chassis would be a high voltage hazard to anyone nearby. So, a secondary conventional Tesla coil is connected in parallel to the motor - if there is a motor, but a motor is not necessary for testing purposes. This dissipation scheme is necessary at all times for the circuit to function properly if at all. This secondary closed pathway coil is wrapped around the tubular open pathway primary coil whose one end is connected to the car's chassis and the other end is connected to the large aerial positioned on the rear hood of the car.
In this video, I mistakenly mix up which is the primary and which is the secondary of a conventional Tesla coil. Oops...
Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter using a true Tesla coil for comparison to a conventional (ie, popularly misconceived version) ...
A non-grounded predecessor ...
...to what was to immediately follow in sequential development showing the need for dissipation to boost overunity production ...
The central transformer/s are dissipating magnetic overunity into the transformer's iron core using it as a magnetic sinkhole of sorts...
These latter six simulations may not produce overunity in the real world (not proven yet) to satisfy the Pierce-Arrow story, but all of them exhibit the necessity of throwing away excess magnetism all the time. This dissipation is more important than the selection of the motor to attach to this circuitry for the motor will throw away only a tiny portion of the energy produced and only discard energy intermittently - especially during stop and go traffic.
The following two circuits throw away all of their excess energy dividing up only a tiny fraction for thermodynamic wasting (conversion) of energy for the practical use of recharging batteries...
Four things magamps could be called...
1. Magnetic Amplifier
2a. Step Down Pole Transformer, aka
2b. Single Phase Distribution Transformer
3. LMD Analog Computer
4. DC to AC Inverter
Vinyasi.Cts / Inventor's Corner / Unknown Inventors w/LMD
Vinyasi.Cts / Inventor's Corner / Eric Dollard's LMD
Power Factor Correction Capacitor
Transformer Connections [Preview]
How to Make a Miniature Tesla Coil - Instructable
How to Make a Miniature Tesla Coil - Schematic
... aka, Free Energy
... and Series Resistance Inside of Capacitors is Negative Resistance.
'reallmd' doesn't work since altering the capacitor model after uploading this video. Check out the following Energetic Forum posts ...
Can Adding Series Resistance Improve Realism in a Simulator?
I added 4 ohms of resistance per Henry for inductors and both types of transformers, with and without center tap. I also added 1k ohms of resistance per Farad for capacitors.
At least one will produce the exact same result of overunity.
These revisions are still not completely realistic since components in a simulator are usually idealized.
When it possesses infinite resistance due to dielectric separation between its terminals of differing electronegativity. Maybe mica could serve as a substrate upon which to electroplate two unique metals?
But ultimately, we have to divide an electrical power supply into two separate subsystems: one specializing in a non-drainable voltage source and the other is the current drain.
This battery idea satisfies the former while Ed Leedskalnin's Perpetual Motion Holder may hold the key to the latter?