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Old 12-23-2014, 09:50 PM
Vinyasi Vinyasi is offline
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Torque via Mass of Iron?

The story-line is that for every 200 pounds of iron attached to Tesla's Special Generator, one horse-power was added to its output.

It vaguely may stand to reason, alone, that since a mass of iron can carry a magnetic charge away from its source along the entirety of its iron structure, that the mass alone could add a sort of torque to whatever perpetual motion of magnetic flux is set to motion within the entire body of its massive iron structure?

And the massive armature need only have a magnetic flux set to flow within a mere portion of itself to effect a flow within the remainder of it.

In other words, a laminated iron armature doesn't have to be a fully encapsulated core which is fully surrounded by its copper winding, but can extend beyond it and outside of it.

A watt hour meter has a circular laminate core with projections extending into its interior around which are wound the current and voltage coils. The remainder of the watt hour meter's armature has no winding surrounding it.

In other words, the hull of a German Electro-U boat used during WWII was the armature of its Special Generator which extended beyond the coil windings, and outside of them, with only a portion of the armature structure actually contained inside of the coil windings. This leads me to suspect that the hull was also laminated, just like an orgone wrapping.

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