Originally Posted by elias
In that circuit I usually charge C1 with a battery and pulse it through the coil into C2, while capturing the spikes in C3, this basic circuit defies the law of charge conservation and you end up with more charge than you started with. It will show how much charge you can capture by using a coil and pulsing the pushbutton (or you can use a transistor) when starting with a predefined amount of charge.
does this mean that this circuit:
is producing more energy than was stored as 0.5 x C x V^2 in the beginning in C1 ?
If yes, you would have already creazed a circuit with COP >1 !
Please let us know more about this experiment.