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Old 02-21-2018, 07:30 PM
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An example vacuum capacitor and example vacuum tube. Would be very easy to mistake one for the other. Vacuum capacitor invented by Tesla makes more sense in this application (look at tesla's hairpin stout copper bars circuit).
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Quite possibly the most detailed schematic attempting to describe Tesla's Pierce Arrow circuit, The question, has anyone assembled this as drawn and done any testing?

As I read this, looks like
c1-c12 are the "12 vacuum tubes"
l18-19 is the motor
r2-r33 look like resistors but labeled 100u?

not sure what the circuit to the left and right are. Where do the wires with arrows at the end go to?

Sorry I can read mechanical blueprints better than electrical schematics. Would really like to see someone figure this out though.
Can anyone preferably the author of the schematic describe this circuit in easier to read or come up with a grocery list of how to build this circuit?
One type of label is an output if the arrow points away from the circuit to which it is attached. Inputs point inwardly. This reduces the clutter of wires going every which way across huge expanses of the canvas.

Grounds are triangular shapes at the ends of wires.

This circuit is a simulation, not a schematic. It must be interpreted; not explicitly followed. Consequently, this LTSpice simulation cannot hope to produce a power supply. It merely demonstrates a single pulse and then a gradual decline to zero. This pulse can be engineered (in LTSpice) to be of any magnitude making it a viable demonstration of overunity without becoming explosive like so many of my other attempts at working in an LTSpice environment produced. Just for fun, I created a JavaScript version of a sudden and explosive infinite gain just to show how easy it is to simulate overunity explosions...
Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.

This begs the question: Does the idealization of a simulator's definition of the behavior of its electronic components prejudice toward overunity? Rather than the conventional prejudice in the opposite direction?

Coils need resistance, so I added resistors adjacent to the coils.

LTSpice demands that no section of the circuit accrue any surging voltage. So, they give error messages claiming a "floating ground" is a no no without saying what to do about it. Online advice is usually to ground that node (position) of the circuit. And some advice is to use a low level resistor. But as Joseph Newman has pointed out, this will defeat the whole purpose of such a circuit which is to accumulate voltage since that is where the overunity in most of my simulations arise from.

So, I thought I'd be smart (crafty) and bypass LTSpice's requirements to merely simulate conventional circuits by putting a low level capacitor of 10 pF in between each node they want me to ground and the triangular grounding symbol which their simulator provides. {I don't know whether this would be a common ground or Earth ground.} But the result is that the circuit becomes more likely to explode with a gain towards overunity and less likely to be manageable. So, in frustration, I gave up trying out innumerable methods to try and manage an LTSpice simulation of this particular circuit. I had better luck with both the JavaScript and Java versions (intended to run in CircuitMod with Java installed on your computer) of this circuit in Paul Falstad's electronic simulator.
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Old 02-24-2018, 03:47 AM
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Evolution of Pierce-Arrow Simulations into a Simple Idea...

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Very interested to know what type of motor would be used on a circuit like this (the story typically says something like "80hp ac"). Most of the large hp ac motors are something like 460v 3 ph when being powered by typical mains power.

3 ph motor should have 3 sets of stator coils right?
Guessing this would this need to be a single phase 80hp motor to match the schematic?
https://groups.google.com/forum/?utm...M/PesdRXs0AQAJ

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Vinyasi can you provide any details on sizing of the components in your circuit. vacuum capacitors, resistors, switches, antennae, transformer coils (2:1?), wiring type and size, motor type and size etc. Found this example for vacuum caps to try https://www.tedss.com/2020001361
Sorry, I cannot. I have no background in building HV power supplies and no formal training in EM theory. I go by the inspiration of Eric Dollard's LMD analog computer and any trial and error street smarts acquired from the past year of ongoing simulations of various types. I even got one to oscillate!
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Failed to replicate a Don Smith device due to lack of details. This actually seems less complicated, more promising.
The trend over at the Google Group which I started on the topic of Tesla's Pierce-Arrow demonstration has veered toward a much simpler theory based on a very simple premise involving Tesla's Radiant Energy patent...
Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.

A fellow over there had similar requests like yours to use an off the shelf AC three phase motor. That prompted me to make a revision to possibly illustrate an accommodation to his request...
Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.

But then I realized that I had forgotten to test this with a load...
http://is.gd/loadedradiant

These were JavaScript simulations. So, I ported them over to Java with only one seemingly minor detail: I swapped which capacitor initiates the power surge while the battery is engaged in the beginning...
http://is.gd/3phasemotorcmf
http://is.gd/loadedradiantcmf

All of these simulations exhibited a mere 34 to 46 milli Ohms of resistance on its single coil. In other words, the amps far exceeds the volts! {Insuring very little heat losses.} Or, mechanical vibration losses generated along similar lines as the heat losses.


These latest simulations helped me gain a better appreciation for what Eric Dollard has said in his presentation to the San Francisco Tesla Society posted on YouTube...
http://is.gd/teslaimpulse

...that capacitors are portals bidirectionally negotiating transference of energy to and from the aether using inductors as the pump to determine direction of flow (loss vs gain) in addition to losses due to thermodynamic inefficiencies...
https://github.com/Vinyasi/circuitjs...from-Inductors

Politically correct EM theory doesn't lie. It merely fails to tell us the whole story. Eric says it best: simply put. If I were king, I'd want to knight Sir Eric.
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Extreme Simplicity may only be Possible in the Virtual World of the Simulator?

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Well, reviewing the situation with...
Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.

...and its variaitions...
Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.
Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.

...I've come to the conclusion that this...
Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.

..remains superior to those other three due to its flexibility should you happen to use components slightly different than what is in those simulations. This was brought to my attention by...

https://groups.google.com/d/msg/tesl...M/4m0VDFLjAQAJ

and

https://groups.google.com/d/msg/tesl...M/_f3BrPrjAQAJ

Which then spawned one of my responses...

https://groups.google.com/d/msg/tesl...M/YlW-6xsjAgAJ

I had a few other responses prior to that one guessing why the problem arose, but not capable of offering a solution.
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Tested a very crude version of the circuit Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.

and left it connected for a few minutes, nothing to report. Used a voltage detector pen near the main coil of multistrand wire, no measurable voltage detected in the coil.

Hoping to get some results with the other larger circuit and vacuum caps.
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Overunity can be Theorized to Depend on Series Resistance

Due to a novel idea presented by MX6Maximus...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jqipq5YZK0

I became inspired to modify his circuit to produce overunity. In the course of doing so, I managed to use only one refined LMD module instead of two in this example...

Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance. -- http:// vinyasi.info /ne?startCircuit=PA-FOR-THE-REAL-WORLD.txt

{compare with...}

Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance. -- http:// vinyasi.info /realsim?startCircuit=PA-FOR-THE-REAL-WORLD.txt

... with the added restriction of only working under series resistance. This is the first circuit designed exclusively for my new simulator upgrade from Paul Falstad's original in which series resistance is added to all caps and coils. Here it is...

http://is.gd/refinedpa
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Divide and Conquer the Synthesis of Electrical Watts

I have to thank several people who have made this post possible...
C. Earl Amman, Nikola Tesla, Joseph Newman, Eric Dollard, Byron Brubaker, boguslaw, Slovenia, etc.

In my analysis of the Newman device, it becomes apparent that he has succeeded in dividing up his circuit into two sources each equally specialized in its domain. The battery pack specializes in delivering a constant voltage to Newman's massive copper coil wherein the coil is acting as a blender synthesizing electricity from the voltage coming from the batteries and the current coming from the rotating magnetic field of the permanent bar magnets in the center of the coil. The voltage is reused while the current is drained. Since the voltage is not drained (appreciably), the voltage maintains the spin of the rotating magnetic field regardless of the drainage of current. So, we have two separate subsystems synthesizing mechanical advantage (in as much as there's more force and spin rate as the device warms up to its operating speed long after Newman gives it a push start with his hand).

We're told that Tesla installed an aerial at the back of the Pierce-Arrow. But what about the aerial already there servicing the radio? What if these two aerials became part of the circuit in a manner similar to the placement of two bronze hollow spheres - one over each headlight - in C. Earl Amman's EV?

Eric says that electricity can be synthesized. {Somewhere, Eric says that varying an electrostatic field in which is immersed a magnetic field will synthesize electricity. Varying the capacitor's value, in this simulation, up and down repeatedly, does just that to the magnetic field inside the transformer.}

We're also told by conventional wisdom that energy IN must equal energy OUT. If by energy, we mean Watts, and if voltage is reused rather than spent, then I don't violate anything by creating or destroying current (amps). This I do, in the following circuit ...

Circuit Simulator Applet ported to JavaScript by Iain Sharp, from the original in Java by Paul Falstad, Used Here to Promote the Simulation of Surges Arising from the Judicious Use of Negative Resistance.


... in which the voltage on the antenna/s has no behavioral relation to its current/amperage.

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BTW, the second capacitor to satisfy Eric's analog computer in either TEM mode or LMD mode is implied by the flow of air at a perpendicular between the two antennas in this simulation and between the two bronze spheres in C. Earl Amman's EV.
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Another BTW, I made what appears to me now an oversight in which I'm just assuming that this circuit is in LMD mode when it may be both TEM and LMD. The battery charges the circuit in TEM (in the beginning of the circuit's operation) while the air flow between the antennas suggests LMD.
By repeatedly raising and then alternately lowering the capacitor's value from its starting value of 1mF or less, using 1F as the maximum to repeatedly raise the value to, I can circumvent the need to keep raising the capacitor's value to infinity and still get an intermittent rise of current to appear (at the two bronze spheres represented here by the two simulator's antenna to the far left of the circuit) which tends towards infinite gain overall (on average and over time of performing multiple raisings and lowerings of the capacitor's value).

Tesla invented variable, vacuum tube capacitors and filed for a patent in 1896 but apparently never received any patent for his invention. Yet, one year prior to his death (in 1943), this invention became commercially available.

The operating manual for the circuit simulation, above, is here ...

http://is.gd/oprman

... intended to satisfy this video ...

https://is.gd/capbatt

... and Wikipedia article ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Current_source

The operating manual is included here ...
https://is.gd/piercearrowplaylist

The shortcut to this post is ...
http://is.gd/divcon

The attached image, below, is a fully developed version by comparison to the concept circuit, displayed above, and is found here ...
http://is.gd/syncur

Here is its video...
https://youtu.be/E2VAva5xXzk

In this video...
http://is.gd/capbatt

...I theorize the possibility of designing a capacitor whose two plates on either side of its dielectric separator could be of differing electronegativities so as to precharge the dielectric, but also - more importantly, to prevent the reverse flow of current inside this component so as to also prevent the normal directional flow of current outside this component in the surrounding circuit to which this is attached. Thus, in this format, it may only serve as a pure voltage reference which cannot be drained nor discharged. Rather, the drainage of current should or could come from somewhere else while this voltage difference is reused over and over again.

So, in this fully developed version, I surround a capacitor with the two halves of an EV's battery pack in hopes of simulating this concept. It's not perfect, but it works well in the simulation, below.

What inspired me to develop this design concept was Tesla's patent on blending AC with DC...
http://is.gd/acplusdc

I ended up using that when I fashioned my capacitor sandwich of a capacitor in the middle of two halves of an EV's battery pack on the left side of the transformer (see attachment, below). The second scope from the left displays the battery conditioning taking place. AC is passing through this battery sandwich of just a few amps or less. Since both charge and discharge is occurring of equal and minor amounts, there is no net loss or gain for the battery pack. Thus, they get a little tickle lest they should degrade through lack of use. I'm not using them to drain them of their voltage to create current. I merely need them to boost the voltage of the concept circuit, above ( http://is.gd/currsors ), which has no problem getting more current. And since the battery pack suffers from no loss, I get to reuse their voltage over and over again.

The coupling coefficient of the transformer in the fully developed version, attached below, insures that most of the power stays focused on the load and central capacitor (the 10F capacitor whose value we manually wiggle up and down). A strong coupling of say 0.999 would have lumped most of the power over on the left where the antennas are located which won't help our load on the right. A loose coupling is also better for slowing down the dissipation of the load's electrical momentum since a loose coupling more thoroughly isolates the right-hand side from the left-hand side of the transformer. The less they interact, the greater is the stability of each.

From the image, below, you may notice that I take liberties when fine tuning the 10F capacitor when wiggling it towards the end of approaching my target which is usually around 60 amps on the antenna scoped to the far left of all the oscilloscope tracings at the bottom of the simulation's canvas. It takes a little bit of finesse to avoid overshooting my target which is for around 200 amps to appear at the load.

So, you see, 60 amps on the antenna producing 200 amps at the load indicates a lopsidedness of over three times more current occurring at the load then at the antenna. Why waist current wanting to dissipate out to the environment? The less energy this device looses to the immediate surroundings via ionization through its two antennas mounted on an EV conversion, the less likely will anyone's radio be disturbed or the FCC as well!

Interestingly enough, the FCC was instituted three years after Tesla demonstrated his Pierce-Arrow conversion -- not to mention the immediate bankruptcy of Pierce-Arrow itself!

I'm a big believer in Alvin Toffler's (author of "Future Shock" and others) rendition of the future composed of cottage industry -- not corporate manufacturing -- to supply all of our needs.

We'll have to look after each other.....
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Parametric Capacitance Powering Four Wires in 1 Coil of a 3 Phase A/C Induction Motor

If a circuit is already precharged, then it's upkeep (to offset thermodynamic losses and conversions) is rather easy by parametrically altering one or more capacitors' values, lowering and then raising, their capacitances very abruptly in the milli Farad - or more - range (serving as the upper boundary). In this example, I suggest the use of 100 milli Farads as the upper boundary and 50 milli Farads as the lower boundary. Timing is also important. If you setup the parameters of variation beforehand (as described above), and then flick the solitary switch (in this example) at just the right moment immediately prior to a sinusoidal wave turning around (falling after rising or rising after falling), then you increase your chances of a gainful result rather than a loss.



This endeavor is much like pushing a child on a play-swing at the right moment to amplify her arc rather than diminish it (to avoid pushing her at the wrong moment in her swing). The difference, here, is that pushing a child – or having the child lean forward – drives an oscillator by injecting new energy into the pendulous swing rather than parametrically amplifying stored energy by having the child stand up and sit down suddenly (from a squat) just before reaching the apex of her arc – or at her apex – (finishing this procedure of shortening and lengthening the radius of her arcing swing before reaching the apex of each swinging arc so as to amplify, rather than diminish, her stored momentum).


Please see the text called, "How to Pump a Swing" and other fine texts.

BTW, dead batteries (the lead-acid type or AGM) make a good poor man's reactive converter (instead of using a synchronous condenser) to bring the power factor back to unity. Free energy is not the hard part. The challenge is making it useful! The next time you hear the term: "radiant", just substitute the word "reactive". My favorite reactance is parametric capacitance for it's the easiest overunity to achieve.

Quartz crystals are used as oscillators since they will mechanically vibrate if subjected to a voltage or emit a voltage if mechanically squeezed. This alteration of a crystal's dimensions affects its "shunt capacitance". If tens of millions of quartz crystal oscillators were connected in parallel, then their total capacitance, along with their parametric variations, might be useful for power gain whenever the circuit begins to "run down"?

If the circuit received enough of an initial charge from outside itself, all of the millions of quartz crystals might self-oscillate – and in so doing – self-sustain their own charge by parametrically contracting and expanding with each pulsing A/C cycle. The right balance of factors may create a self-running operation? Perhaps...

Quotes from Eric Dollard...

Refined & Enhanced, LMD Analog Computer Module...
https://youtu.be/cCJcU7INwnU?t=3h5m15s
http://is.gd/refinedlmd

Parametric Time Shifts of Inductance and Capacitance results in the Synthesis from, or Decomposition back into, the Constituent Ingredients of Electricity ...
https://youtu.be/cCJcU7INwnU?t=1h51m57s

50 times faster than the speed of light: primary cosmic solar rays...
https://youtu.be/cCJcU7INwnU?t=47m49s

Source of Gravity...
https://youtu.be/cCJcU7INwnU?t=48m43s

The Law of Conservation of Energy breaks down...
https://youtu.be/cCJcU7INwnU?t=28m41s
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