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Would you check the resulting magnetic pattern for the combination of two magnets and iron screw with a magnetic film viewer ? Would you observe any symmetry ?

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Would you check the resulting magnetic pattern for the combination of two magnets and iron screw with a magnetic film viewer ? Would you observe any symmetry ?

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Hi nathan,

Not sure if i understand your question correctly.
But i'm not in possession of magnetic film.
If i would take a guess, it will not be symmetrical.
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Hi nathan,

Not sure if i understand your question correctly.
But i'm not in possession of magnetic film.
If i would take a guess, it will not be symmetrical.
Maybe that alone is the justification for the change in velocity ?
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Will plasma conduct low voltage?

I was wondering if i could eliminate brushes by using a high voltage spark as the brushes for a low voltage current.





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I have seen relatively low voltages go through a plasma
a bit of a trick to set it up though,
you have to have a high voltage arc to start the plasma and then turn it down to low voltage at higher current.
or electric contact and then pull the arc out
a 50 ohm resistor, 120Vac, and gold plated connection on one side makes for some fun playing
just tap the connections and then pull them away, I get at least 1/4 inch gap before it breaks
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I have seen relatively low voltages go through a plasma
a bit of a trick to set it up though,
you have to have a high voltage arc to start the plasma and then turn it down to low voltage at higher current.
or electric contact and then pull the arc out
a 50 ohm resistor, 120Vac, and gold plated connection on one side makes for some fun playing
just tap the connections and then pull them away, I get at least 1/4 inch gap before it breaks
Hi spacecase ( I keep thinking "spacecake" a local delicatesse : )

I tried it very simple, I set up the high voltage connection trough the axel and a magnet, with a spark gap. Then I tried to add a battery powered low voltage high amp over that arc to get a rotation from the magnet like a homopolar motor.

Unfortunately i did not work .
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Melting a Utron

Now I decided on the design, its time to make some solid ones.


I decided on casting them in aluminium. As I have never done that before, i chewed up some youtubes and mocked up a proof of concept in the garden today.
I'm actually quit happy with the results.


Not a finished product, but a decent enough proof of concept for me! : )


Anyway, here is my first attempt in melting and casting molten aluminium:



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Utron small update

Some minor tests.


Testing the conductive properties of my Utron design. Half and whole.


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More testing

Some more testing and learning.
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undertaking casting is quite the thing,
is that your final product ?
it looks about perfect.
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undertaking casting is quite the thing,
is that your final product ?
it looks about perfect.
I tried casting and it was fun, but i'm not good enough to make stabil Utrons.

So I had a few machined according to my specifications.
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do you have any way of measuring the magnetic permeability near that when it is running ?
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do you have any way of measuring the magnetic permeability near that when it is running ?
Tell me, how would i measure that ?

I found this...

In electromagnetism, permeability is the measure of the ability of a material to support the formation of a magnetic field within itself otherwise known as distributed inductance in Transmission Line Theory. Hence, it is the degree of magnetization that a material obtains in response to an applied magnetic field.

But how to measure ? And Why ?
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Tell me, how would i measure that ?

I found this...

In electromagnetism, permeability is the measure of the ability of a material to support the formation of a magnetic field within itself otherwise known as distributed inductance in Transmission Line Theory. Hence, it is the degree of magnetization that a material obtains in response to an applied magnetic field.

But how to measure ? And Why ?
you put a a fixed amount of energy into an air core magnetic coil, then measure how much energy comes back out as the magnetic field decays.
as to why, I have noticed this value changing near some of my previous tests. Seems to be a good indicator of if you are messing with the correct fields to change gravity. (I would call it a time field)
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you put a a fixed amount of energy into an air core magnetic coil, then measure how much energy comes back out as the magnetic field decays.
as to why, I have noticed this value changing near some of my previous tests. Seems to be a good indicator of if you are messing with the correct fields to change gravity. (I would call it a time field)
Sounds interesting, but that it is above my capabilities.
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Need some help

I can not seem to get the inside Voss generator to work.

I use poly carbonate plates. Anyone familiar if that would be a problem?
I've seen most reports using PVC plates.

Or should that be equal ?

Or any other suggestions?

Anyone know if a comb or brushes would make a fundamental difference ?
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Not happy, Voss heft left the building.

Not happy this time. Can not get figured out why the Voss generator does not work. It is independently running on the inside. But somehow, it does not work and i tried a dozen different tweaks and adjustments. Any suggestions?

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your type of disk should not matter as long as it is insulating
brushes allow for less friction...
and other than that, I have never noticed any change from hard contacts or brushes that are right over the surface.

do you have multiple disks ?
are they potentially to close and interfering with each other ?

did you try giving one of your segments an initial charge to start it ?
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your type of disk should not matter as long as it is insulating
brushes allow for less friction...
and other than that, I have never noticed any change from hard contacts or brushes that are right over the surface.

do you have multiple disks ?
are they potentially to close and interfering with each other ?

did you try giving one of your segments an initial charge to start it ?
Thanks for replying.

In this setup i have one rotating disc and a solid backplate. ( Like a Voss generator )

It could be interference, i'm thinking of driving the setup with a motor and disable the electrostatic drive to isolate the Voss and see if that would generate some.

I did try to give it a starting charge, but that did not work as well.
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