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Old 02-05-2016, 08:47 AM
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Here is one important Patent for the ReGenX coils and
acceleration Under Load. Here you will find the math needed
to build your replication. Anyone who can run the math will
be close enough to experiment.

US Patent
Application for Generator and Improved Coil Therefor Having
Electrodynamic Properties Patent Application (Application
#20140111054 issued April 24, 2014) - Justia Patents

Some math highlights.

FIG. 2: The Time Constant Rise Time in a Series Inductor Circuit.
The ReGenX coil's inductance contributes to the coils rise time
post TDC which in turn contributes to the 45 degree current
time delay.

FIG. 14: Isolation Oscilloscope Shot Showing ReGenX Coil
Current 135 Degree Delay

FIG. 25: Bi-Filar Wound Parallel Connected Coil

FIG. 26: Bi-Filar Wound Series Connected Coil

Total Inductive Reactance (XL) of a Generator Coil:


where: XL is the total inductive reactance
F is the operating frequency of the coil
L is the inductance of the coil
As can be deduced from the above equation, as the
operating frequency of the coil is increased, the coil's
inductive reactance must also increase.
Total Impedance (ZT) of a Generator Coil:


where: XL is the total inductive reactance of the coil
RDC is the DC resistance of the coil windings
XC is the capacitive reactance of the coil
As can be deduced from the above equation, as the inductive
reactance of the coil is increased, the total impedance of the
coil must also increase.

If we employ Ohm's Law which states that:


We can deduce that, as the coil impedance increases, the
current flow decreases accordingly.

As a magnetic North pole approaches a coil, its magnetic field
intersecting with the coil increases and causes an electromotive
force (‘EMF’ or voltage) to be induced across the coil, in
accordance with Faraday's Law and Lenz's Law, as given by
Equation (1.1), where we take advantage of the fact that
since flux ΦB for a coil is given by ΦB=NAB⊥ where B⊥ represents
magnetic field perpendicular to the coil and the number of
turns of the coil N and perpendicular area A remain constant, to
obtain the second form given

ε=−dΦB/dt=−NAd/B⊥dt  (1.1)

Conventional generator coils employ coils of low inductance
whereas the ReGen-X coil has inductance values and time
constants that can be five times greater. This has an important
role to play in the coils ability to allow current to flow through
the coil.

The effect of an inductor in a circuit is to oppose changes in
current through it by developing a voltage across it proportional
to the rate of change of the current. The relationship between
the time-varying voltage v(t) across an inductor with inductance
L and the time-varying current i(t) passing through it is described
by the differential equation:

At the instant the magnet is coaxial with the coil the situation
is as illustrated in FIG. 9. Because the rate of change of the
magnetic flux is instantaneously zero, the impedance of the coil
drops rapidly and magnetic field in the core is ‘discharged’ back
towards the rotor, repelling the passing North magnetic pole and
attracting the next South magnetic pole in the series. It is
postulated by the inventor that in this situation Lenz's law
applies in the opposite sense and so the EMF generated by
the coil is defined by Equation (2.2).

εRegen-X=+dΦB/dt=+NAdB⊥/dt  (2.2)
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