Thread: Your Basic Coil
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Old 01-13-2016, 10:11 AM
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Originally Posted by erfinder View Post
The goal for some is acceleration, its not mine either, acceleration is an effect associated with properly configured systems. Some refuse to recognize that there is an upper limit to this effect. To make matters worse, they refuse to see that the dropping of input is "THE" indication that CEMF is increasing, and not in a beneficial manner.... Folks worshiping this concept are saying basically that they don't want this effect in their motors, but, its OK if its in the generator?!?

There is a difference between tearing itself apart and tearing itself apart. My method is resonance. I am not just dealing with a simple phase shift. I am moving from a condition of parallel LC resonance into series LC resonance. My machine is a Mag Amp. One where impulse currents and alternating currents are combined and related in such a manner that the two augment each other.

My device is far from perfect, while there is little BEMF in the powered field coil there is inevitably some in the armature. The BEMF that would have been in the powered field coil is now in the output coil as a forward EMF or generated current.

When current is drawn from this generator coil the motor accelerates giving even more generated current. This is the opposite to a normal motor generator setup and I refer to this action as self compensating as the motor rises to the load. Yes there is an upper limit to the effect and the output is always less than the input but i have narrowed the gap.

The transformer action is not the same as the generator action, the generation is totally conventional. The transformer action, when properly phased occurs in the same place, at the same time as the generation. The trick is getting it in the same direction and this can be done.

At this point we have one input and two outputs, one generated and the other induced like a transformer. I think this is similar to what you are talking about. Efficiency is higher because we have only one iron loss and one friction loss and one copper loss.

Im sure resonance will be a factor too but as of now i haven't achieved the speed to get the desired frequency successfully but you can hear it trying, sort of a waa wa wa wa waaaa sound as the speed goes up.

In truth my device isnt a motor at all, its a self exciting generator and the topography of the generator causes rotation at the same time and place as the generation. The powered field coil is simply an energizer as some would call it. It is self exciting because i feed the output of the generator into the powered field winding and armature in series with the load.

There are problems but no need to confuse people until they get the basic concept.
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