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Old 12-30-2014, 05:58 PM
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Returning the watt-hour meter to its original Tesla Special Generator design...

  1. Demagnetize the braking magnet of the electro-mechanical watt-hour meter and enlarge its mass without limit.
  2. Wind a pickup coil around a portion of the braking magnet and supply this current to a load. This load corresponds to the driving force of the Electro-U Boats of Germany during WWII having a 30K mile range.
  3. Possibly tie the two broken ends together of the braking magnet's broken circularity making it into a PMH? Normally, they're a 'C' shape; turn it into an 'O' shaped ring.
  4. Possibly replace the current and voltage coils of the electro-mechanical watt-hour meter with a standard Tesla coil, including a spark gap and capacitor and high-voltage power supply?
  5. Possibly do something with the spinning aluminum disk? Reshape it into a hollow toroid similar to the shape of a standard output terminal atop a standard Tesla coil? Does a spinning toroidal output terminal require perforations all along its sides (similar to the spinning aluminum disk of a watt-hour meter) to enhance its ability to spin? Or, should it remain stationary?
  6. An 'O' shaped braking magnet could neatly fit through the center hole of a hollowed out toroidal output terminal atop a standard Tesla coil making it look like two interwoven circular rings similar to the five interlocking circular rings of the Olympic Games logo.
  7. Add to those two interlocking rings the spiraled winding of the braking magnet's pickup coil, and now we'll practically have three interlocking rings if we concede to conceptualizing that a spiraled coil winding is semi-equivalent to a third ring? A bit of a fudge, but an interesting variation making the third ring a non-ring: a ring without its two ends tied together. Thus, replicating the original 'C' shape of the original braking magnet. So, we've extended that 'C' shape outwardly away from its origin by one ring's worth of displacement.
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