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Old 09-19-2016, 01:03 AM
Vinyasi Vinyasi is offline
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Adam Trombly confirms magnetic grounding a Faraday Generator's iron chassis.

Adam Trombly suggests, via Bryan Strohm, the significant relevance of magnetically grounding the iron chassis of a Unipolar Generator to a much larger mass of iron if we include William Lyne's alleged quotation from Tesla that "for every 200 lbs. of iron added to his Special Generator, one horsepower is added to its output".

Bryan Strohm quotes Adam Trombly (at 2 min, and 38 sec into Bryan's lecture) on Adam's saturation of his unipolar disk with current and the significance of the enclosure surrounding this device.

Bryan also cites Adam as alleging that if two Unipolar disks counter-rotate, then it becomes possible for their rotation to speed up.

Since the disks of Adam's design saturate themselves with current, this means that you cannot diminish their ability to handle a varying load. This is probably why their speed increases to make up the difference.

Consequently, if the RPM of the disks should accelerate due to their saturation plus an increase of load made upon this device, then its voltage will rise to match the demand of load.

Adam Trombly confirms magnetic grounding a Faraday Generator's iron chassis.
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