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  • Resonance is good if it accelerates something nearby. In any case, a resonant circuit is an oscillation of the amount of energy between the coil and the capacitor. If we approach quantitative expression, then instantaneous power can be expressed roughly: Pr = UI = 12*1 = 12W. Let us assume that the oscillation frequency in the circuit is 400 Hz to express how much power in 1 second Pr = UI *(1/f) = 12 W *(1/400) = 0.03 W provides the creation of a field in the coil. You can simply organize the rotation, but doing the work and overcoming the braking of the shaft by an opposing force, for example, the electromagnetic torque of a generator, will require precise calculation. The resonance will constantly break down when the load changes, since the rotation of the shaft must correspond to the oscillation frequency of the coil and the LC circuit. Theoretically, this is possible, but practically everything is not so rosy.
    It will not be possible to remove 12W power directly from the resonant circuit, since in fact the cat cried there.

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        • Radiant energy is a side vector of induction (we do not know its nature), which polarises an electrode (we know that it polarises an electric charge of a certain sign), so we can refer conditionally to electric induction. Everything else is already the work of the electric circuit to turn into a magnetic field around the conductor and do the work through the Ampere Force or Joule-Lenz Law. How the circuit works I have described in the book above.

          Atmospheric electricity also polarises the electrode and the rest is the same as with wires.
          The Tesla resonance transformer (Thomson, de'Sanval ......) generates a high electrical potential actually the original energy to be channelled into the circuit.

          Atmospheric electricity (past and present) | Patreon

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              • Originally posted by straggl3r View Post

                With an AV plug and some form of charge control, entire banks of rechargeable batteries like lead-acid in off-grid applications can be charged with nothing but a single High Voltage source.

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                Wise Eye OverUnity: Электрическое поле - источник энергии! (rakatskiy.blogspot.com)

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                  • Percionaire from Ukraine makes his own small motor-generators

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                        • Lenzless Generator - Test 9 - YouTube

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                          • Hello everyone, I have attached a drawing of the stator bars of the magnetic attraction motor that I am designing.

                            Unfortunately I am not able to attach videos, as I had a couple that illustrated the design well.

                            My design has three iron rotor bars rotating within the stator bars, each stator will pulse for 30 degrees of rotation allowing for four DC pulses within 120 degrees.

                            As shown in the drawing, each iron stator bar is 30 mm wide, 30 mm high and 200 mm in length, with the intent of using 1 mm single core insulated wire for three layers of twenty coil windings (a total of 60 coils) operating at 48 volts.

                            But, as I have no experience in designing electromagnets at all, before investing the money to create these items I would be very grateful for any advice anyone in the community here might have with regards to the stator magnets I have described above.

                            Many thanks.

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                            • Originally posted by Silhouette View Post
                              Hello everyone, I have attached a drawing of the stator bars of the magnetic attraction motor that I am designing.

                              Unfortunately I am not able to attach videos, as I had a couple that illustrated the design well.

                              My design has three iron rotor bars rotating within the stator bars, each stator will pulse for 30 degrees of rotation allowing for four DC pulses within 120 degrees.

                              As shown in the drawing, each iron stator bar is 30 mm wide, 30 mm high and 200 mm in length, with the intent of using 1 mm single core insulated wire for three layers of twenty coil windings (a total of 60 coils) operating at 48 volts.

                              But, as I have no experience in designing electromagnets at all, before investing the money to create these items I would be very grateful for any advice anyone in the community here might have with regards to the stator magnets I have described above.

                              Many thanks.
                              Hi Silhouette,
                              Welcome to the forum.
                              What you seek is motor design. That is too much to explain here, usually requiring education, training and experience. So keeping it simple, just use Ohm's Law. If you're unfamiliar with that, at the very least, find a tutorial or book. A course in basic electricity would be better.
                              Use geometry to determine the mean length turn (distance around the core) for the wire. I'll call that 'L'. Next find the resistance of the wire gauge per unit length. Multiply times L. Gives resistance per turn. In ohms. Multiply times the number of turns per coil. Gives coil resistance, R/coil. If wiring coils in series, multiply R/coil times # of coils for circuit resistance, R. Use Ohm's Law, I = V / R, to figure the current, in amperes. Check wire gauge charts to see if your chosen wire gauge is rated to handle that much current (called ampacity) for your intended duty cycle (how long it runs). If calculated current is above or way below stated ampacity, choose different wire gauge and repeat process.

                              When done, you should have a good chance of not burning up your coils and having enough magnetic strength to at least attract an iron object.

                              Good luck.
                              bi

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