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Old 02-24-2009, 09:17 PM
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forward emf

I think forward emf was used in Bedini's patent...possibly to get through the patent examiners.

The inductive spike is for the most part, pure potential. Literally, I don't believe there is much FORCE in an inductive spike so it may not really be forward emf...otherwise, that spike could produce a magnetic field in the coil as it discharges but it doesn't...the field is collapsing from the original applied power that caused real EMF.

The collapsing spike is just that, an inductive spike or transient spike.

Forward EMF literally would be a current made that assists the applied field accelerating the coil's charging speed...of course in the same direction but we know this doesn't happen when we charge a coil with voltage and current.

Just my 2 cents.
Aaron Murakami

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