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Old 03-30-2018, 05:49 PM
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Stored recirculated flyback magnet field.

The big difference between my recirculating flyback test and Gotoluc's is the delayed nature of the magnetic field.

In my test the inductor is storing the flyback in a magnetic field and the effect is cumulative. Think about what's taking place in my shorting flyback video compared to Luc's results with his high frequency input.
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Old 03-31-2018, 10:44 AM
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2 contact spring switch.

Take a look at this spring press switch from eBay for GBP 3.99.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Painton-Pus...wAAOSw7GRZAhJA

Imagine this switch at the bottom half of the coil core. The upper magnet does not actually have to move as in Art Porter's solid state GAP; The tube magnet only needs to move enough so it can act as a commutator:

Two contacts turn on and two contacts turn off in this switch when it's depressed, and vice versa. All non-magnetic copper and aluminum:

"Press to make 2 contacts and break 2 contracts"

This gives us the same number of terminals as the DPDT switch. Two contacts connect the coil to the storage destination when the switch is up and the power pulse is activated when the switch is depressed, while at the same time disconnecting the output terminals. This internal switch will permit us to seal the top of the coil. A ring magnet would be needed as a backing magnet at the coil base with a hole large enough to pass the switch contacts through. A very nice low cost and more highly reliable soloution.

The spacing and power of the backing magnet allows us a simple way to control the piston throw. This innovation looks like a real winner!

Naturally, the coil would include a recirculating BEMF shorting diode. A FWBR would allow us to simply loop back to a rechargeable battery source and run a D.C. load off the battery. This OU loop would depend on the weight in copper of the oscillator coil. Voila!
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1/2" ID ring

This 1/2" ID by 2" OD diameter ring magnet from K&J magnetics would be a perfect match as a backing magnet for the 12 mm diameter spring switch, allowing ample room for the back of the switch to pass through:

There's a picture of a 1/2" by 1" cylinder magnet below to the right for a complimentary piston:
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Switch wiring.

The positive wire from the battery and the positive wire from the coil would each attach to the two contact electrodes of the switch while the negative wires from the battery and the coil would connect to each other.

The same relationship would work from the output destination with the positives connected to the switch terminals and the negatives attached.

The shorting diodes in parallel would simply wire directly across in reverse bias with the anode of the diodes attached to the negative of the coil and the cathode to the positive.

The operating frequency should optimally be in the two Hertz range. The switch contacts are no longer touching but at that slow a frequency the higher potential of the BEMF jumps the gap enough to recirculate the flyback.
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Twin spring switch oscillators in tandem.

The shorting flyback diode might create undue wear on the spring switch diode over time, so a twin might be a better alternative.

The secondary oscillator would require a finer copper wire and capacitor in parallel, but the two spring switches could handle the output delay fine and the twin would help preserve the switch contacts. Perhaps the best approach.
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Old 04-01-2018, 04:07 PM
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6 pin switch

The "Painton Vintage Spring Switch" appears to no longer be available. Here's the "Uxcell" DPST push button spring switch I was able to purchase off Amazon: I got the last two in stock from this distributor. This purchase will require some shopping around, but should be available in quantity from the manufacturer:

https://www.amazon.com/uxcell-Angle-...lectric+switch
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DPST schematic.

Here are the six terminals of the "Uxcell DPST" non-latching spring press switch pictured above:

3 and 4 are the positive and negative coil electrodes.

1 and 2 are the positive and negative poles of the battery, and

5 and 6 are the positive and negative capacitor electrodes. This is the NC side.

Naturally there's a diode between the positive pole of the capacitor and the positive capacitor terminal of the switch. A FWBR may position there to loop back to the source battery.
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Uxell switch diameter.

The 25 mm or 1" diameter size of the "Uxcell Switch" is going to cause problems matching up with a Neo bore hole the same width, unless we position the switch entirely outside the backing magnet. This would not really present any significant problems simply to insert a dowel in between the switch button and the magnet cylinder so the magnet piston is in the depressed state when the cylinder end is dead center inside the coil core.

We can even extend the throw of the magnet piston with a second spring between the magnet cylinder and the dowel.

There's one has a large enough hole listed but it's ceramic:
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Old 04-02-2018, 12:04 PM
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Applied magnets super store.

I located a source for the larger ID ring magnets. This one is 4 inches in diameter and has 400 pounds of pulling force and a 1 inch bore hole. The "Uxcell" switch will seat neatly inside: It will still require a dowel. The displacement and regauging of this very powerful backing magnet field in the large overhead solenoid coil will generate a lot of power!
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Two magnet oscillator.

It may be possible to sandwich the solenoid coil between two ring magnets in attraction and still trigger the DPST switch on one side with perhaps a monopole cylinder. This would double the output! The power pulse of the coil would displace and regauge the two fields like the original "Leon Dragone Magnet Pump", while the internal cylinder and spring pressure switch acted as the commutator. This is shaping up to be very streamlined build. Everyone who's kept abreast of this thread can see how elegant a solution it is for the many complex problems the commutator caused. Coupled with Gotoluc's BEMF high voltage wire secondary, the build starts to look like a "Tokamak Reactor".
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Monopole cylinder.

A monopole cylinder can easily be constructed by simply attaching two small cylinders from the same poles to a ferrite plug in the middle; The attraction to the ferrite over powers the repulsion, the central field cancels out and we're left with two identical poles at each end.

This monopole trigger cylinder would be attracted to the backing magnet at the base and repelled by the backing magnet overhead. The power pulse would only have to move the monopole cylinder far enough to work the spring pressure switch. We can run a dowel through the top disc magnet also to steady the cylinder. The output would come from the regauging of the magnet disk fields on each side. This would be identical to Art Porter's solid state GAP with the addition of the innovative internal commutator.

The voltage of the power pulse would regulate the throw distance and the duration of the output pulse. The flyback runs to the secondary oscillator. We accomplish all the features of Joe Newman's commutator this way.
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Old 04-02-2018, 05:03 PM
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Monopole cylinder

Here's a schematic of the monopole cylinder: Click a second time on the attachment after it opens for for an enlargement:

The cylinder depresses the switch as normally closed for power pulse. When the coil is energized, the cylinder releases it's pressure and opens the output pathway. The monopole cylinder magnets can be offset in strength to increase the throw. Two dowels, both top and bottom stabilize the piston. This oscillator will self start with an on/off switch. The beauty of this oscillator is that it will work inverted as a avionic alternator.
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Old 04-02-2018, 11:24 PM
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DPDT momentary press spring switch

Here's an open picture of a "Momentary Double Pole Double Throw Press Spring Switch"; This is the first time I've ever seen one opened up like this for view, and it's the perfect kind of switch for the GAP oscillator:

The first blade on the top is just a spring. The two coil wires would attach to the elongated movable blade electrodes that extend out to the right. The battery poles would connect to the fourth and sixth blades from the top so the coil is energized in the depressed position, and the storage capacitor would connect to the two and four blades in the released position:

This is a hand made switch available on eBay for $5.95 from Reading PA:

It would be fun to try and make a switch like this at home.

https://www.ebay.com/p/Switchcraft-4....c100005.m1851
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Old 04-03-2018, 05:03 PM
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OU Theory.

Definition from Wikipedia:

"Nonlinear metamaterials are a periodic, nonlinear, transmission medium. These are a type of negative index metamaterial where the nonlinearity is available because the microscopic electric field of the inclusions can be larger than the macroscopic electric field of the electromagnetic (EM) source".

Quotes from N.E. Zaev’s : “Inductive Conversion of Heat Environmental Energy to Electrical Energy” conclusion:

1.-“A possibility to convert environmental heat energy to electrical energy by means of non-linear magnetic material and dielectrics”

4.-Phenomenology of energy generation or, rather, energy transformation seems to be a non-linearity of processes in “Magnetization- Demagnetization” cycle; Their thermodynamics is in thermofluctuational exchange Of energy with spontaneous orientation of domains according to Neel’s theory.

Art Porter measured an over unity COP in his solid state GAP. Basically to sum it up: The electrons in the neodymium material have to do work when their orbits are destabilized to return to alignment after pulsing from the electro magnetic field. The magnetic material cools off and absorbs heat to fuel the work of the electrons, and electrical energy is generated in the quanta field and transferred to the output coil through induction.
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Old 04-03-2018, 10:10 PM
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Precise PI/PO measurements.

I just returned from the hardware store with a DPDT toggle switch. I brought my original "Leon Dragone" magnet pump coil and powerful disc magnets by plane from California to Costa Rica for testing.

I am preparing a definitive Power in and Power out measurement test of the pump at this time and will upload a video of the results soon. The test will involve a simple switching by hand of the toggle switch coupled with DMM measurements.
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Old 04-05-2018, 03:55 PM
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PI/PO DPDT test

Here's a close up of the DPDT toggle switch ready for testing: The green and red clip leads on the left run to the positive and negative poles of the power source; The yellow and red clip leads on the right run to the electrodes of the DMM. The center terminals of the switch are connected to the two wires from the pulse coil:

Preliminary tests have me thinking about a "Timer Latch" to keep the DPDT press switch closed to output for a fixed duration. This may be easier to handle then it sounds.

The magnet begins and needs time to "cook" after the pulse. The over unity power is from the microscopic electric field, and is greater then the power from the macroscopic field from electromagnetic (EM) source side.

The BEMF secondary would need the same phase delay, so one output timer latch should be sufficient.

This one final improvement is the only thing keeping the project from complete and everlasting success.
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I just returned from the hardware store with a DPDT toggle switch. I brought my original "Leon Dragone" magnet pump coil and powerful disc magnets by plane from California to Costa Rica for testing.

I am preparing a definitive Power in and Power out measurement test of the pump at this time and will upload a video of the results soon. The test will involve a simple switching by hand of the toggle switch coupled with DMM measurements.
Reference to Leon Dragone work was discussed here 2009 some of the papers by Bill Alek and Tim Vaughn are found in post #16 and #20 in this thread below. Information stored on less expensive server host seem to evaporate. On Dragone work there was coil cooling effect. We understand that there is a range of temperatures where magnets get stronger some kind of spin increases and material contracts. The radiated spin component of an electromagnet.

https://www.energeticforum.com/renew...magnetism.html
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Old 04-05-2018, 06:31 PM
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Press switch timer.

@Mikrovolt,

Thank you for the reference. The magnet cools down as the electrons are destabilized when it's pulsed, and needs to absorb heat to fuel the work the electrons do to realign themselves while they generate electricity as a byproduct. Dragone's work has been suppressed by oligarchical censorship. I uploaded two or three comments to that thread. Here I am again with another spin on it: It takes time for the magnet to generate the power. This time factor was the subject of Leon Dragone's mathematical equations.

It's very easy to see how long it takes with the simple test device you see in the picture above in comment #346.
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Shape Memory Alloy.

A shape-memory alloy (SMA, smart metal, memory metal, memory alloy, muscle wire, smart alloy) is an alloy that "remembers" its original shape and that when deformed returns to its pre-deformed shape when heated.

SMA actuators are typically actuated electrically, where an electric current results in Joule heating. Deactivation typically occurs by free convective heat transfer to the ambient environment. Consequently, SMA actuation is typically asymmetric, with a relatively fast actuation time and a slow deactuation time.

A SMA contact in the DPDT switch may solve the problem of output phase lag quite elegantly.
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Old 04-05-2018, 10:49 PM
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Currie point of Gadolinium and TPDT switch.

A magnetic Gadolinium plug seated over the monopole piston that heats from a third spring press contact; Triple Pole Double Throw (TPDT), to the Currie point and looses it's magnetism would hold the output switch open until the plug heated, at a controlled rate, to the Currie point until it dropped the monopole piston. This would permit us a very high precision output duration control. A Gadolinium tube may cool by convection from the overhead magnet that's losing heat from the coil pulse with a non-magnetic contact core like brass running through it:

Look at this video demonstrating the effect with a plug of Gadolinium :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWbWu9lfFEE

Here's the 9 pin switch below from Amazon $24.13: "The third pole can be wired to control an LED status light or other custom function" -

2 NC-1 NO.

https://www.amazon.com/Golden-Age-3-...+spring+switch

The other alternative would be to wire a "Timer Relay" in series with the third contact to run a small electro-magnet at the top of the solenoid core over the monopole piston cylinder. This may prove to be more reliable. This would allow us to use a normal axial polarized cylinder piston, attracted to the roof magnet and neutralized by the electro-magnet field.

I think the flyback secondary would need a duplication of the whole nine pin switch, a second "Timer Relay" plus a second overhead electro-magnet.
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Schematic

Here's a schematic of the 9 pin TPDT spring press switch and an overhead neutralization coil. The piston cylinder has been returned to an axial polarized orientation: Click on the attachment a second time for an enlargement.

The axial cylinder would stick to the coil over head until pulsed, then it would attract down toward the base and trigger the press switch which in turn would pulse it back to the top. The small neutralization coil would need a rubber stopper in place. A timer switch would delay the power to the coil for a duration sufficient enough to fully decant the latent output.
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Offset piston cylinder.

The piston cylinder has two ring magnets on the bottom and one ring magnet and a spacer on the top. This offsets the attraction more to the base magnet which is the more distant of the two. The cylinder attaches to the overhead neutralization coil by magnetization alone during the extended output period with no cost to the circuit: Click a second time on the attachment for an enlargement.
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Old 04-07-2018, 05:51 PM
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Floyd Sweet's VTA

Take a look at these schematics of Floyd Sweet's VTA. The GAP magnet coil is practically identical to Sweet's VTA.

The GAP needs square magnets over and under and three orthogonal output wraps, the coils (A, B and C) pictured in the diagram below at the above left to connect to the output terminal of the 9 pin stomp switch.

This is to capture all the output from the precession of the electrons in the regauging magnets, in addition to the hybrid power coil. Same for the flyback secondary.

Floyd's VTA had a COP of 2,000,000 to 1.
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12 pin press switch

Wapping the block magnets VTA style would produce 6 additional output coils. The block magnets can be jig sawed together from smaller rectangles and squares to be any size. This 12 pin press switch is $4.77 complete with a square button on top:

Look at JLN's 2Sgen scope shot of his clock pulse between input and output cycles: His output duration is around 10 times as long as his power pulse:

JLN's COP was measured at 13.5 times over unity! The only real major difference between the alternator under design and Floyd Sweet's VTA is the single hybrid input output coil in place of Sweet's two separate coils; Also we have the analog commutator in place of Sweet's integrated circuitry.
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Floyd Sweet's VTA.

This is a really good video by Chris Sykes about Sweet's VTA:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3Enr6_d3yU
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I just ordered two of these 14 pin silver alloy contact momentary spring press switches. They have a selector switch "Modular Combination Mode": Click a second time on the attachments: Some switch for $4.22!

The hyper-link continues to fail, but copy and paste this in the google search engine:

Silver contact 16mm Momentary square LED lamp light illuminated Push Button Switch Self Reset press 3NONC 14 pin F16F-33DN
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Dishwasher pump field windings.

Inspired by Lidmotor's latest video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0mQBXv6bto&t=10s, I pulled the field windings from an A.C. synchronous dishwasher motor and discovered the exceptional power the windings and stator have as a D.C. electro-magnet.

The combination of the thin wire coils and the finely machined stator laminations make it an ideal "Flyback" secondary. I'll be experimenting with this ready made piece of equipment and upload some "Kick-Back Effect" power videos with it soon.

Right off the bat I can see how two of these coil stators one bungyed over head with permanent magnets on each side of the stator would invert and transform the high voltage D.C. flyback pulse into a smooth A.C. sine wave for the steady illumination of an incandescent bulb as it oscillated inside the field winding coils.

The high voltage spikes make flyback a bit tricky deal with. The conversion to electro-magnetic energy seems to handle the transformation quite well compared with the damaging effect of storage to a battery.
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Dishwasher stator and coil as electro-magnet

Here's a video demonstrating how the A.C synchronous motor stator and coil would work with a twin as a "Flyback Secondary" inverter, transformer, alternator: I included a schematic below:

I mistakingly state in the video that the ceramic magnets are in opposition; What I should have said is that they are opposite sides facing in attraction.

https://youtu.be/W6CP1R06oQU

Placing this oscillator where the charge battery is located in the Bedini SSG would allow the negative of the output coil to connect to the negative of the power battery and the positive to the positive of the power battery through a diode. This would charge the power battery with a half wave. The inductor does a good job of absorbing the high voltage back spike, which has a damaging effect on the charge battery.
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2nd dishwasher pump stator and coils.

I'm headed to town to buy a second dishwasher pump. On reflection, I realized it may be possible to position a small diameter spring pressure switch
between the two stators. A DPDT would allow us to harvest output from the power coil along with the upper oscillator. This power is not BEMF.

I couldn't find any evidence of BEMF from the coils which are counter wound and I believe at this point that the BEMF is self cancelling. We're dealing with "Horseshoe magnet stators" with opposite electro-magnetic poles at each end.

Each stator can have powerful backing magnets both above and below but weak enough in attraction to break free of each other from the combined force of the springs and the opposition pulse of the power coils. These are strong.

The power we collect from the pulse coils would be from the regauging of the backing magnets, and the spring press switch wiring nearly identical to the other version. I'm attracted to the high toleranced quality of the stators and the professionally tensioned copper coils in these inexpensive components.

One can easily see the similarity of two of these stator coils pressed together with backing magnets and the "Solid Sate" MEG's of Bearden and Flynn.

One simple shorting metal contact between the elastic mounted stators and magnets would generate plenty of power from the oscillator coils.

Below on the left we see a picture of the coils mounted on the stator, then in the middle, we see the coils splayed to show the serial connecting wire, and on the right the laminated stator alone:
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Twin stators

I bought two new identical synchronous dishwasher motors. Look at the attraction strength between the stators with just 4 ceramic magnets. It's hard to pull them apart. The coils are in the background on the left: These stator coils pry out of the motors effortlessly. There's a tiny capacitor that comes wedged between the coils. In place, the coils remain securely pressure attached to the stator; Removed, the stator slips very freely in and out of the coils.

The coils can either be arranged in "Amplification Mode" or "Neutralization Mode". The "Horseshoe" combination stators and coils themselves can either be in attraction or repulsion to each other. Very highly suitable set of platform components for the GAP VTA! I'm thrilled with the discovery of this gimmick; Thanks to more quantum leap spear heading by the illustrious Lidmotor!
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