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BroMikey 04-19-2017 07:22 AM

Electrostatic Energy Collection
Here is an interesting energy collection, like a battery running
a motor on electrostatic energy. Great for 1 wire HV experiments.

In this thread you may post any experiment with electrostatic or
very HV devices using an infinitesimal amounts of current.

Of course a transducer will make it usable for low voltage machines.




BroMikey 04-19-2017 07:33 AM

Electrostatic Oscillator + Leyden Jar Capacitor




mikrovolt 04-25-2017 01:21 AM

If I understand correctly A type of light weight rotor that is driven by electrostatics.


ricards 04-29-2017 01:12 PM

worth studying
with regards to thread..
I think people should consider looking at Bruce A. Perreault work.

Earth ION Energy? Research - Forum

I think electrostatic energy and ions (from air) is the same thing.

mikrovolt 05-03-2017 05:50 AM

Corona motor along with explanation of atmospheric electricity.

This post is a video of an experiment using atmospheric electricity
the rotating device is electrostatic and uses infinitesimal amounts of current.
Reference source is the book titled " Lectures on Physics. "
by professor Richard Feynman. Vol 2. p9 which is p113 pdf:

In the video note the plastic crate is used to keep works up off the ground because the charge will try to find a path to a ground.
I see some less successful experiments that use a table that might take a long time to charge or cause a leak. Also below the video are list of other related sources. Be careful of HV!


ebay sells small HV converters that use 3V battery or solar cell in case
you don't have a drone copter and reel of wire the solar cell to HV.
see picture 9.1 b How could you rearrange the charge on the man
to lower the lines to have 900V at 1 meter ?

mikrovolt 05-15-2017 06:41 AM

A lab setup to derive close approximation of coulomb's law
can take exacting care and patience because of the nature
of electrostatics. You become skilled when you have all the right
equipment and training. It is recommended that a student
have hands on experience so that familiarity makes the quantitative
more meaningful when future projects require modification.
Review is how we recall the small details.


example of how probes have developed for circuit boards
video #199 showing basic measurement of a radio IF

BroMikey 05-15-2017 08:43 AM

Way to cool, I never seem this. How to make

https://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_2254896075&feature= iv&list=PL36D7ABECE2AC9666&src_vid=2rVdEhyMR6A&v=9 uEjXsX1F14



BroMikey 05-15-2017 09:48 AM

This one is not a toy






Cherryman 05-15-2017 12:50 PM

That reminds me of this very professional build:

There was more on YT on this motor, but i can not find it anymore.

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