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Old 02-24-2018, 03:47 AM
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Evolution of Pierce-Arrow Simulations into a Simple Idea...

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Very interested to know what type of motor would be used on a circuit like this (the story typically says something like "80hp ac"). Most of the large hp ac motors are something like 460v 3 ph when being powered by typical mains power.

3 ph motor should have 3 sets of stator coils right?
Guessing this would this need to be a single phase 80hp motor to match the schematic?
https://groups.google.com/forum/?utm...M/PesdRXs0AQAJ

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Vinyasi can you provide any details on sizing of the components in your circuit. vacuum capacitors, resistors, switches, antennae, transformer coils (2:1?), wiring type and size, motor type and size etc. Found this example for vacuum caps to try https://www.tedss.com/2020001361
Sorry, I cannot. I have no background in building HV power supplies and no formal training in EM theory. I go by the inspiration of Eric Dollard's LMD analog computer and any trial and error street smarts acquired from the past year of ongoing simulations of various types. I even got one to oscillate!
Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.

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Failed to replicate a Don Smith device due to lack of details. This actually seems less complicated, more promising.
The trend over at the Google Group which I started on the topic of Tesla's Pierce-Arrow demonstration has veered toward a much simpler theory based on a very simple premise involving Tesla's Radiant Energy patent...
Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.

A fellow over there had similar requests like yours to use an off the shelf AC three phase motor. That prompted me to make a revision to possibly illustrate an accommodation to his request...
Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.

But then I realized that I had forgotten to test this with a load...
http://is.gd/loadedradiant

These were JavaScript simulations. So, I ported them over to Java with only one seemingly minor detail: I swapped which capacitor initiates the power surge while the battery is engaged in the beginning...
http://is.gd/3phasemotorcmf
http://is.gd/loadedradiantcmf

All of these simulations exhibited a mere 34 to 46 milli Ohms of resistance on its single coil. In other words, the amps far exceeds the volts! {Insuring very little heat losses.} Or, mechanical vibration losses generated along similar lines as the heat losses.


These latest simulations helped me gain a better appreciation for what Eric Dollard has said in his presentation to the San Francisco Tesla Society posted on YouTube...
http://is.gd/teslaimpulse

...that capacitors are portals bidirectionally negotiating transference of energy to and from the aether using inductors as the pump to determine direction of flow (loss vs gain) in addition to losses due to thermodynamic inefficiencies...
https://github.com/Vinyasi/circuitjs...from-Inductors

Politically correct EM theory doesn't lie. It merely fails to tell us the whole story. Eric says it best: simply put. If I were king, I'd want to knight Sir Eric.
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