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Old 07-29-2009, 03:03 PM
witsend witsend is offline
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Therefore, in terms of the model current flow is simply the movement of zipons, as fields, or strings, through adjacent circuit material in order to diminish potential difference at a supply source.

In our switching circuit the potential difference is transferred to the resistor. Subject to the amount of potential difference from induction this can regenerate a second cycle of current flow with a reverse polarity in the event that the supply is interrupted. Therefore most frequencies and most duty cycles will enable this regenerated cycle of current flow which will result in a co-efficiency of performance that, at it's least, will exceed 1.

With careful adjustement to the duty cycle it is possible to impose this 'cut off' to induce a resonating fequency that enhances the rate at which energy is returned to the battery to recharge it without diminishing the amount of energy dissipated at the resistor. This results in a co-efficiency of performance that is theoretically only limited to the applied frequency and and the inductive componenets in the circuitry.

I think that covers it.

Last edited by witsend; 07-29-2009 at 03:16 PM. Reason: qualification