Thread: Your Basic Coil
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Old 01-15-2016, 04:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Dog-One View Post
I was watching this video of Thane's and noticed a couple of things rather interesting:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5osYN5f35Bc

One of which is storage by means of an electrostatic field instead of an electromagnetic field.

He also mentions how the coils he uses only work within a specific range (critical minimum frequency).

Erfinder, does some of this hit home?

I know you and I have talked about capacity and that works for me. I'm just curious if Thane might be using terms that are not only incorrect, but unnecessary.

Every coil, no matter how it is wound has two intrinsic inverse or reciprocal properties. Inductive / current / magnetic.... and .... Capacitive / voltage / electric.

When a frequency of electric, magnetic or electromagnetic impinges on the coil, the two aspects will react in two different ways. High frequencies will greatly "affect" the capacitive nature of the coil, low frequencies will greatly affect the inductive nature of the coil. At one particular frequency (the fundamental) they meet in agreement. At this frequency they both have the same "resistance" or impedance" they meet in harmony, equality, about an axis of symmetry etc. This line of equilibrium, fulcrum or whatever you want to call it is where the two inverse qualities meet in the realm of time (frequency). IF the coil was simply let to resonate (imagine a tuning fork) it would resonate at this frequency.

Turns out there are other frequencies of interest too, but the most interesting one, the most basic one etc, falls at the fundamental, the others are all variations on this.

Figure out how the most simple systems act, react, what the significance of each is. Then you can apply. Think of the progression of Euclids Elements, how do we construct a working model.
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