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Old 04-15-2018, 02:06 AM
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Series Resistance inside a Capacitor is Negative Resistance

By adding series resistance to capacitors and inductors in Paul Falstad's electronic simulator, I've discovered that to do so effectively makes it into negative resistance for capacitors since the equations for a simple inductor model (not a transformer model) is the reciprocal (hyperbolic inversion) of a capacitor.

Many of my circuits designed over the past year lie dormant with series resistance. Some spring to overunity from their prior state of non-overunity.

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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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.

Some remain exactly the same as before. A few lose either power gain or else don't behave normally.

A comparison can be made by going here...
Index of /circuitjs1/vinyasi-cts

A list of those circuits which retain overunity is here...
Series Resistance is a Reality Check for Electronic Simulations

Equivalent series resistance, Component models -- Wikipedia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXYc6uWKBgE -- YT vid
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File Type: txt TappedTransformerElm.java_.txt (9.4 KB, 1 views)
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