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Old 10-13-2018, 06:41 PM
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Lightbulb Invention Solved????

Despite a rumor that this invention is a myth of someone's imagination, I have recently had the pleasure of reviewing one of my earlier simulations from almost a year ago which claims that I have come as close as I can to speculating what this thingy of Tesla is...


But upon further review, it dawned on me that only two labels were missing from this simulation which tag the 'M' and 'H' coils...

Tagging them makes it possible to fill in some of the remaining relationships which are not meant to be taken too literally...

Building up to any output from a cold start...

Although a strong case could be made for speculating that analogs of transmission lines might have something to do with this mystery, ...

Precharged using a derivative of L.V. Bewley's schematics...

Topping off an EV's battery pack...

... or the mysterious EV conversion of a Pierce-Arrow four thousand pound luxury car of 1931 by Tesla since it can't be a mere happy accident that Tesla chose a car with a heavy chassis which may contain lots of ferromagnetizable mass?

After labeling the 'M' and 'H' coils, it stilled bugged me that aluminum was not included in my simulation since I assumed it wasn't possible to emulate the paramagnetic properties of aluminum without recourse to more sophisticated software.

But, then, another thought dawned on me: common modern day capacitors very frequently base their dielectrics on aluminum oxide known as ceramic capacitors. So, I took some interpretive liberty in adding four capacitive connections between the four transformer coils which is intended to represent positioning the 'H' coils in the gap between the opposing feet of the two horseshoe laminate cores beneath the two 'M' coils. Thus, the 'M' and 'H' coils are, now, both inductively and dielectrically linked with each other.

If this could be introduced into the story of Tesla's EV conversion of a Pierce-Arrow in 1931 -- without the assistance of a battery pack or motor controller, then maybe the accelerator pedal was capable of decoupling and recoupling the magnetic link between the car's chassis and the 'H' coils' core material to turn OFF and ON, respectively, the car's acceleration?

Without recourse to Eric's, or Bewley's, analog computers, this speculation of mine uses inductive, as well as capacitive, parametric excitation to build up its energy. It also uses surges generated from the mechanical switches to add to its energy reserve. And a dead battery, if not totally dead, does not have enough juice to be of normal benefit to us, but is enough to start up a parametric oscillator such as this.

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Tesla did not make use of space charges in his Special Generator as Thomas Bearden points out in his MEG. Instead, Tesla created his own space of diffuse magnetic charge along with all of the quality of non-decay crucial for developing a sustainable surge of overunity.
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