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Old 11-02-2015, 07:52 AM
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Originally Posted by erfinder View Post
I feel it is important to differentiate between phase shifts which are a result of relations between "proper" reactive components, and shifts which relate specifically to the fixed (offset) structures which have a mutually inductive and or capacitive relationship within the system. Upon ascertaining the difference, the relation that the two have to one another is determined. I view the system as a tank circuit, operating in a condition which I consider the mechanical equivalent of parallel LC resonance. With this in mind, resonance as I interpret it, and as it manifests in my systems, is used to maximize the production of CEMF. This runs against the logic of the majority, most conclude that CEMF is bad and must be eliminated at all costs. What they fail to recognize is that the thing they are hell bent on eliminating is exactly what they are looking for. This doesn't begin to make sense until one views the apparatus like a tank circuit, and begins to appreciate what opposition to change means as it relates to inductance and capacitance as they themselves are the vehicles through which voltage and current are made manifest. The true hurdle lies in identifying the real circuit capacitance.

The term motor makes no sense when we view the machine from the perspective of what it does prior to passing current through it. The machine is and shall remain a dynamo. Motoring is in this light is reduced to an effect which we superimpose onto the already present and operating generating function.

Ultimately, I have this idea, the system should be allowed to do what it wants, how it wants, when it wants. It should be able to do this without the need of my influence. My job is to familiarize myself with the ways of the force, and to place my sails in its wake.

All good points, at least the parts I understand All i did was move the position of the field coil to that where no BEMF was generated in it while leaving the second field coil to act as a generator coil. It is interesting that the torque is applied at the generator field coil and not at the powered motor coil, hence i say energizer coil these days. If you dont want BEMF in a coil, place it where there wont be BEMF generated, the flux can be made to pass where you want it just the same and make the thing turn and generate in the same location. By doing this we have separated the BEMF from the forward EMF just as we wanted but to do it we have to run it in attraction.

So what we have is a dynamo that turns itself and by feeding the output from the generating field coil through the armature and Energizer coil we have a self exciting dynamo. Does this make sense? No it does not run itself at this point, but its a step closer. This is the DC operation.

As you say, its doing what it wants to do.
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