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Old 05-01-2019, 10:35 PM
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Hi all, Hi alexelectric, thanks for the kind words.
Yes, I'm thankful to bromikey and turion as well.
Ok, I've increased the rpm of the rotor with the safety barrier in place to around 2625 rpm's.
Still no lenz neutral or acceleratrion when series coil is shorted, with this particular setup.

Though again, when shorted, input amps are increasing very little, 10-20 milliamps.
So, I will have to give this some more thought, on what to do next.
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Hi all, I have something I'm going to try.
I'm going to extend the core out from where it is now, by an inch in length.
Will have to hammer out the old core pieces and make new ones of proper length.
Questions or comments welcome.
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Old 05-02-2019, 01:50 AM
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Multifilar Coil Vs Tank Circuit

from what I understand, it seems the neutralization of lenz seems to be because of resonance?..
would the effect show on a tank circuit instead?..

frequency of the rotor can be determined by (rpm/60s)*number of magnets
and the frequency in the coil can be calculated via L and C.

say a rotor that can turn to 1800 rpm with 8 magnets would be 240hz
a matching coil and cap would be 4.7uF and 93mH coil.

Just a wild thought..
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Old 05-02-2019, 04:08 AM
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Yes I would say. My rotor has 20 magnets at 50lb pull each with
a 9"dia rotor where magnets did place which also is part of the
frequency.

Turion uses 6 magnets that are very very powerful. The dia escapes me
but around 12" which relates to a magnet speed in MPH much faster
than even my 9" rotor.

A good point might be that a 3.75" dia rotor might not be large enough
along side the weak magnets. Such thin magnets or 1/8" at gaps of 1/8"
may not provide enough flux to properly react with the larger cores.

Without a balance, drag may prevail.

In my case even with the big rotor using 20 magnets, I got my best
response when cogging at low speeds were tremendous. It became
very difficult at this point to get the rotor up to speed without damaging
the drive motor requiring me to resort to using a clutch.

The rotor magnets and core material must be sized to generate a
reasonable amount of output Vs input. When this is accomplished
drive input with increase substantial as compared to a free wheeling
rotor with no magnets.

For example a 50lb magnet 1" long, with an 1/8" may still exhibit a
40lb pull while an 1/8" long magnet running an 1/8th" gap may not
be capable of offering much flux.
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Hi all, Hi ricards, thanks for the positive reply.

Hi bromikey, thank you also, you always have a positive, helpful reply to offer.
I am taking note of all of your suggestions, for potential use.

In the past, I did build larger rotors, with more powerful magnets, though I was using bolts as cores, I still observed interesting effects.
One thing I observed, when the bolt coil/core was facing the magnets with the coil closest to rotor, I could not get lenz neutral or speed up.
Though when I turned the coil/core around, which means the extended length of bolt core was facing the rotor magnets.
And the coil was a good distance away from the rotor magnets, then I could observe lenz neutral and even rotor speeding up.
This is why I want to try a longer core, to set the coil a distance away from the rotor magnets, while the core end is still very close to the rotor magnets.

I notice in your regenX coil thread, Barbosi brought this up and you posted tesla patents and other information related to the setting back of the coil.
I'm almost done painting the new, longer core pieces, so I'll post experiment results when I have them.
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Old 05-02-2019, 02:20 PM
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Hi all, Hi ricards, thanks for the positive reply.

Hi bromikey, thank you also, you always have a positive, helpful reply to offer.
I am taking note of all of your suggestions, for potential use.

In the past, I did build larger rotors, with more powerful magnets, though I was using bolts as cores, I still observed interesting effects.
One thing I observed, when the bolt coil/core was facing the magnets with the coil closest to rotor, I could not get lenz neutral or speed up.
Though when I turned the coil/core around, which means the extended length of bolt core was facing the rotor magnets.
And the coil was a good distance away from the rotor magnets, then I could observe lenz neutral and even rotor speeding up.
This is why I want to try a longer core, to set the coil a distance away from the rotor magnets, while the core end is still very close to the rotor magnets.

I notice in your regenX coil thread, Barbosi brought this up and you posted tesla patents and other information related to the setting back of the coil.
I'm almost done painting the new, longer core pieces, so I'll post experiment results when I have them.
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SkyWatcher, what do you think, that you can reach, that is, what deceleration you will have in the engine as a goal, when the resonance is fulfilled.
what is your estimate
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Hi alexelectric, not clear on what you're asking.
Though if you mean, am I looking for just lenz neutral or speed up, lenz neutral would be fine at this point.

That's why I went up in rpm's, to see if I could reach neutral at least.

Though I could go higher in rpm, I don't want to destroy that rotor.
I want to see if I can get this rotor to at least lenz neutral, with more reasonable rpm's.
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Hi alexelectric, not clear on what you're asking.
Though if you mean, am I looking for just lenz neutral or speed up, lenz neutral would be fine at this point.

That's why I went up in rpm's, to see if I could reach neutral at least.

Though I could go higher in rpm, I don't want to destroy that rotor.
I want to see if I can get this rotor to at least lenz neutral, with more reasonable rpm's.
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ok, that you achieve your goal, you have worked a lot on this project
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I never got hit with a flying magnet, but one (or more) went through the face of my desktop computer and out the back. Another went through my keyboard and I am still running across letters from that. They are NOTHING to play with and you could loose teeth or an eye, so be dang careful. I work behind a “blast shield” to prevent personal damage.
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I never got hit with a flying magnet, but one (or more) went through the face of my desktop computer and out the back. Another went through my keyboard and I am still running across letters from that. They are NOTHING to play with and you could loose teeth or an eye, so be dang careful. I work behind a “blast shield” to prevent personal damage.
very good advice, in my case in two projects, the magnet flew out, hit a refrigerator that made a hole, luckily I was on the side
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from what I understand, it seems the neutralization of lenz seems to be because of resonance?..
would the effect show on a tank circuit instead?..

frequency of the rotor can be determined by (rpm/60s)*number of magnets
and the frequency in the coil can be calculated via L and C.

say a rotor that can turn to 1800 rpm with 8 magnets would be 240hz
a matching coil and cap would be 4.7uF and 93mH coil.

Just a wild thought..
yes, the frequency in a tank circuit L, C, passes the frequency that enters resonation with the circuit.
this process is the one used in the radio, when you tune in a station, it has a propagation frequency, in tuner circuit of the radio receiver, a variable capacitor moves, which is connected in parallel to a coil, it enters resonance or tuning , and lets pass the corresponding frequency.
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yes, the frequency in a tank circuit L, C, passes the frequency that enters resonation with the circuit.
this process is the one used in the radio, when you tune in a station, it has a propagation frequency, in tuner circuit of the radio receiver, a variable capacitor moves, which is connected in parallel to a coil, it enters resonance or tuning , and lets pass the corresponding frequency.
Hi Alex,

No, my question is no way related to radio, I meant the actual frequency of the passing magnets in the rotor, relative to your coil.
this means tuning is the other way around, you set your coil place a capacitor in parallel to make a tank circuit, and adjust your RPM/magnets to that tank circuit's frequency.
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Hi Alex,

No, my question is no way related to radio, I meant the actual frequency of the passing magnets in the rotor, relative to your coil.
this means tuning is the other way around, you set your coil place a capacitor in parallel to make a tank circuit, and adjust your RPM/magnets to that tank circuit's frequency.
if ricards, if I understood the first comment, the speed with which passes the magnets, which can come into resonance with the coil, and make the tank circuit with a capacitor in parallel.

what I described of the radio communication was an addition to the oscillating and resonant circuits.

The detail is that here, I think that the capacitor is not put in parallel, if not adding the connections of the coil to have different inductances, at different frequencies (rotation of the magnets), and the capacitance takes advantage of the same that form the coil

There are different ways to make the resonant circuits, I have seen projects of motors that coils that try to take advantage of the capacitance of the coil, etc,
well there's a lot to keep experimenting
welcome the comments everything helps to understand and learn,
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Hi all, I'm having partial success, got the extended core put back together and it is lenz neutral, it seems, at just about any rpm when short circuited.
However, when I load the generator coil with a 6 watt non-modified led bulb, lenz slow down is observed.
Though I have not yet cranked up the rpm's to high levels, need to put the shield back in place later and try that also.
Though we are obviously close, maybe a certain type of load will be lenz neutral at this point, compared to the led bulb's inner circuitry.
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Great to see someone going out on a limb for a change. Nice
setup and excellent persistence.

Let me repeat that when not much magnetic flux reached the cores
my speed up was so tiny I could barely read it. However with tight gaps
and super powerful cogging my speed up soared to record levels using the
same magnets, using the same rotor, using the same coil, using the same
running and start up RPM's. Everything was the same except for the
start up magnetic cogging which is enormous. This also permitted me
to generator a decent amount of power where with big gaps little
to nothing.

You always go out on a limb, perfect choice for the new hardware
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PS you can connect two 40ft coils up to make 80ft coils (Not series)
Maybe 40ft is too short for your size rotor.

Then series connect 80ft coils.

No one has ever tried this.
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Hi bromikey, thanks for the positive, encouraging words and helpful information as always.

Yes, I think you are correct, not enough flux in this 3/4" diameter, bailing wire core.
In the past, with those bolt core experiments, I was using 1/2" diameter bolts and a rotor with 6 stacked of these 1" diameter by 1/8" thick magnets, for 3/4" thickness magnets.

Also, I did connect an amp meter earlier today, to see if the amps were increasing when short circuited, zero increase at very low rpm's.

Yup, I thought about the same thing, the 80 foot coil idea.
Though as I thought about it, isn't that exactly how it is wired now, it's one long series coil wire.
Meaning, I don't think we can get 80 foot continuous coils, only a 40 foot coil that is connected back to the start of another coil strand, Nikola Tesla style.

Unless I'm not imagining this in my minds eye correctly, let me know what you think.

Otherwise, I'm going to think about what to do next, will probably do a higher speed run tomorrow, when I'm rested more.

Also, do you think I should post a video showing my progress so far, of how it is lenz neutral, when short circuited, would that be of value to you or anyone.
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Hi SkyWatcher. Hi everybody

My name is cristian alba. I am following your work and I have achieved a first step as you will see in the video that I will provide below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOFtSXnfD5o
I have achieved a significant increase in rotor speed with a relevant current drop. When you put a load on it, things change and the law of lenz is present. If you do not mind, could you indicate what I am doing wrong?
I have to mention that I used two coils of a washing machine drain pump connected in bucking coil.
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Hi lorinrandone, thanks for the reply and sharing your work.
Not sure how that coil is wired, if it is bucking mode, then I'm also not sure what results you might get, even if you have all the parameters close enough to get speed up under a load of some kind.

What I can say, you are close to speed up under a load, just as I am.

There is a window of opportunity, the variables have to be close enough to get lenz neutral or speed up under load.

This is my current thinking on the matter.
When the coil is short circuited, that takes the longest to charge the coil that way, as that is the greatest amp load on the coil.
However, as we add resistances (loads) across the coil, it takes less time for the coil to charge and that sends a magnetic flux wave into the oncoming rotor magnet and slows it down.
Whereas, with the short circuit, that magnetic flux wave coming through the core, does not get to the rotor magnet in time to push back against it, instead, it repels it away, just as you are observing and showing.
Your rotor must have a decent rpm I assume to be doing that, now it's just a matter of getting the variables or capacitance of coil higher, to allow a load which speeds up the charging time of the coil, to cause lenz neutral or speed up under load.
Though like I said, I'm not sure about that bucking coil, if you will get the same results as bromikey, turion, etc.
peace love light

Edit: just want to clarify more, my thoughts.
The shorted coil gives the highest magnetic flux into the core.
Though that is like shorting a capacitor, then remove the short and it takes much more time for that empty capacitor to charge up.
That is giving a very nice delay to the magnetic wave, which normally would push against the incoming rotor magnet.
When we place resistances (loads) across the generator coil, then it's like charging a capacitor that is half full, that takes much less time to do so,
and is why we then need much higher rpm's or a proper multifilar coil with more capacitance to cause a greater phase delay, or an even greater length
core extension than what I have done.
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Hi bromikey,
Yes, I think you are correct, not enough flux in this 3/4" diameter, bailing wire core.
In the past, with those bolt core experiments, I was using 1/2" diameter bolts and a rotor with 6 stacked of these 1" diameter by 1/8" thick magnets, for 3/4" thickness magnets.

Meaning, I don't think we can get 80 foot continuous coils,..............

Just seems like there must be other ways to connect all those wires
but I have not tried them. I saw a post somewhere of various connection
schemes. maybe bucking?????

Good observation about the magnets you use to use and the core. The
core could be easily replaced with a 3/4" square block off the bottom
end of a microwave transformer (MOT) this is what I use for now.

I have watched you for years now and your favorite position is out on
a limb sawing, true experimenter/inventor mind set.

Happy hunting.

yes the zero lenz effects already achieved on your end is enough to send
all the yuppies buzzing "Can't be done" to late



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Hi lorinrandone, thanks for the reply and sharing your work.
Not sure how that coil is wired, if it is bucking mode, then I'm also not sure what results you might get, even if you have all the parameters close enough to get speed up under a load of some kind.

What I can say, you are close to speed up under a load, just as I am.

There is a window of opportunity, the variables have to be close enough to get lenz neutral or speed up under load.

This is my current thinking on the matter.
When the coil is short circuited, that takes the longest to charge the coil that way, as that is the greatest amp load on the coil.
However, as we add resistances (loads) across the coil, it takes less time for the coil to charge and that sends a magnetic flux wave into the oncoming rotor magnet and slows it down.
Whereas, with the short circuit, that magnetic flux wave coming through the core, does not get to the rotor magnet in time to push back against it, instead, it repels it away, just as you are observing and showing.
Your rotor must have a decent rpm I assume to be doing that, now it's just a matter of getting the variables or capacitance of coil higher, to allow a load which speeds up the charging time of the coil, to cause lenz neutral or speed up under load.
Though like I said, I'm not sure about that bucking coil, if you will get the same results as bromikey, turion, etc.
peace love light

Edit: just want to clarify more, my thoughts.
The shorted coil gives the highest magnetic flux into the core.
Though that is like shorting a capacitor, then remove the short and it takes much more time for that empty capacitor to charge up.
That is giving a very nice delay to the magnetic wave, which normally would push against the incoming rotor magnet.
When we place resistances (loads) across the generator coil, then it's like charging a capacitor that is half full, that takes much less time to do so,
and is why we then need much higher rpm's or a proper multifilar coil with more capacitance to cause a greater phase delay, or an even greater length
core extension than what I have done.

SkyWatcher
thank you for your relevant opinions. I'm going to put more data about it.
As I said in the previous post, the coils are original drain pump washer and come wound with 0.45mm thread (I do not know how many turns open each). I have just turned one of them to connect as opposed , then I came up with the idea of making a kind of squirrel cage through the holes a few brass spuds that also serves to hold the core. I have also observed that fastening with iron screws, I do not get the same effect. I do not know, maybe it is an illusion. It is also true that I do not have much experience with this type of things, maybe Turion with his experience, could clarify this topic.
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I think a couple things are worth repeating so if you already know all this, skip to the next post:
1. Speed up under load is an interaction between a single magnet on the rotor and the coil. More magnets means more of these events per rotation but more magnets will NOT cause the event to happen at the same rpm as you were turning fewer magnets if it wasn’t already happening at that rpm.

2. The MORE you speed up under load the LESS your coil produces as a generator coil so the perfect coil does not speed up or slow down.

3. Speed up under load is a matter of capacitance so if you connect a load with high capacitance you are increasing the capacitance if your coil.

4. It is also a matter of timing. Most coils fill as the rotor magnet approaches, causing a field that repels the approaching magnet. The correct coil fills just as the rotor magnet reaches top dead center, pushing it away in the direction of rotation. You can also fill TOO LATE, after the magnet has passed.

5. A capacitor connected to ANY coil in series will increase its capacitance. But realize the SIZE of the cap is going to affect when the event happens just as the size of the coil does.

6. Every coil will speed up under load at the correct frequency,

Those pump motor coils don’t have enough capacitance for the frequency (speed) your rotor is traveling. If you put several in series and the rotor magnets were hitting only one at that moment in time, you might see speed up under load. It depends on your rpm. The effect you are seeing with the bucking coils is not the same effect you get with the correct high capacitance coils. You will NOT get the effect without multiple strands wound in parallel and connected in series. Not unless you use a capacitor in series or have a HUGE increase in rpm.
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Hi all, Hi turion, thanks for sharing that information.
Yes, I thought about that also, the timing.
Maybe my high resistance series coils are not charging quickly with a load added, maybe the coil is charging too slowly and charging or filling the coil too late and causing a slow down with load.
Hmm, more to ponder and more experiments needed.
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I don’t remember exactly how you connected the strands on your coil, and I am too busy to go searching the thread for that info. My best advice would be to connect all the wires in series and make one long wire. If it speeds up under load great, but you aren’t finished. Disconnect the last wire and see if it still speeds up. At some point it won’t, and that tells you exactly how many strands you have to connect to get the effect with YOUR magnets on YOUR sized rotor at YOUR rpm.

If on the other hand it does NOT speed up under load when you first start, you don’t know yet if you have TOO MANY strands in parallel or not enough. So you have to go through the same process. Disconnect one strand at a time until it speeds up under load. But don’t stop THERE. Keep disconnecting strands until it stops speeding up under load. That tells you the MINIMUM number of strands you need to get the effect. Once you KNOW that you can put a second or third or fourth group of the same number together and run them all in parallel. That gives you a basic working coil to play with, but what you will find is that because you have two or more of theses strands in parallel that are composed of wires connected in series, it CHANGED things again.

If it NEVER does, you have a problem. It could be size of wire, thickness and size of magnet, core material or rpm of the rotor. But at least you will KNOW that your particular coil will NOT work with everything else you have. So change those things or change the coil.


I spent hundreds of hours perfecting a coil that would work with a specific size rotor with a specific size of magnets of a specific thickness turned at a specific rpm that will do EXACTLY what I want it to, and posted all that info here. Experiments that don’t match those specs are just that, experiments. And the only solution available is the same one I used. Hundreds of hours of trial and error. I SINCERELY applaud your efforts to do this. We need more people working on this!!!!!

I will say that I am working on a small three coil prototype that demonstrates all the principles I have shared, and if I have enough time to get it up and running and tested, I may be able to share at least ONE more thing I have learned that is a real game changer. We could share the .stl file so people can print their own or possibly one of the members here will make kits folks could purchase. It won’t be me. I will never use this forum to sell anything except stuff I have bought that others may not be able to find and really want. But I am so tired of people telling me to “prove it” that I am not sharing ANYTHING until I have a prototype that will run long enough to shoot video and make real measurements that people can see.
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I think a couple things are worth repeating so if you already know all this, skip to the next post:
1. Speed up under load is an interaction between a single magnet on the rotor and the coil. More magnets means more of these events per rotation but more magnets will NOT cause the event to happen at the same rpm as you were turning fewer magnets if it wasn’t already happening at that rpm.

2. The MORE you speed up under load the LESS your coil produces as a generator coil so the perfect coil does not speed up or slow down.

3. Speed up under load is a matter of capacitance so if you connect a load with high capacitance you are increasing the capacitance if your coil.

4. It is also a matter of timing. Most coils fill as the rotor magnet approaches, causing a field that repels the approaching magnet. The correct coil fills just as the rotor magnet reaches top dead center, pushing it away in the direction of rotation. You can also fill TOO LATE, after the magnet has passed.

5. A capacitor connected to ANY coil in series will increase its capacitance. But realize the SIZE of the cap is going to affect when the event happens just as the size of the coil does.

6. Every coil will speed up under load at the correct frequency,

Those pump motor coils don’t have enough capacitance for the frequency (speed) your rotor is traveling. If you put several in series and the rotor magnets were hitting only one at that moment in time, you might see speed up under load. It depends on your rpm. The effect you are seeing with the bucking coils is not the same effect you get with the correct high capacitance coils. You will NOT get the effect without multiple strands wound in parallel and connected in series. Not unless you use a capacitor in series or have a HUGE increase in rpm.



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Thank you. I do not know if I could thank you otherwise for the accuracy and relevance of the given explanation.
My best regard. cristian alba
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Sky,
...................... I have a prototype that will run long enough to shoot
video and make real measurements that people can see.

The coils get hot and 10 minute the machine must be turned off?
Something like that is what you wrote. This might be why Heinz patent
talks about HT high Temp type II magnet wire. It has game changer
qualities as the resistance is lowered due to the nano coating on the
layered surface of the build.

As you know core material should be Metglas which is another game
changer I think. Iron might be easier for a novice. Like me.

Gonna order some of that there tape (Nano) to make cores with one
of these days from Alibaba. The price break is $145 to the door for
22 pounds of the best stuff having a higher frequency response (tiny)
than the standard 100hz tape sold for wall adapter construction.

As the coil strands get thicker more power is collected and it seems
like with better wire and core the heat will be greatly reduced to a level
that is practical to run long term. Still guessing of course but an educated
one. I cheat, I listen to everyone who has done it.

Keep up the fight to push foreword never surrender.


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Hi all, wow, thanks for that very helpful post turion, that will help for sure.

I have yet to read your post bromikey, have to go out, just want to post this update.

I have success under load , with lenz speed up, input amps drops at least 30 milliamps.

I decided to try and use a 10 ohm - 10 watt resistor I had here.
And with rpms between 1950 rpm and 2325 rpm, I was getting audible speed up with my ears and the amp meter dropping in amperage.

I could also see, It did not need all 51 strands to cause speed up either, I placed the load between 51 and 15th series strand and was still getting speed up.
Though I have most of them taped, so I would have to take more time to see where the neutral point is and then slow down point.

Edit: I just checked with 10 ohm resistor load again, I can hear slight slow down at 15 strands.
So with that, we know this coil needs more than 15 strands at 2325 rpm.

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Both Ferrite and Metglass are cooler than iron, but they also absorb flux MUCH FASTER and release it much faster. So there goes your speed up under load. I have both materials and will get around to testing the ferrite SOON.

As for iron cores... let the core stick out the back of the coil at least an inch. Thanked a gator aide bottle and remove the lid. Drills hole in the lid so it fits over your core. Now hot glue it in place, fill the bottle with water and screw it onto the lid. Heating problem solved. For a BIG machine, circulate the heated water through the floors and walls of your house to heat your home. Not in the summer though.
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Sky,
As I said, with the RIGHT capacitor, ANY coil will speed up under load. Glad you have got it working.

The next step is PROVING to yourself the VALUE of this. If the coil output is the same as a coil that does NOT exhibit this kind of behavior but still has the same mass of wire, and if the amp draw of the motor is less with EACH one of these kind of coils aligned to the rotor, I see VALUE in this.
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Hi turion, better to have it without the capacitor I would think.

I see and have known the value, many things are very undervalued in this realm, because usually those things can't be controlled.
Take this Nikola Tesla coil I'm experimenting with and you are perfecting.
When taken to the logical conclusion of its use, unless we're going to be charged for the excess it generates, it too, cannot be controlled and put in a nice little box of, put 1 in and get 1 back.

Also, I measured the 120 vac - 11 watt incandescent bulb I was previously using as load and it shows 113.5 ohms.
I guess that it is too high of a resistance for my particular setup and my particular
Nikola tesla multifilar coil.
Maybe it was causing the effect to come too late or too soon.

By the way, I'm using Nikola tesla's full name, so people are not confused with that other puppet and their company.
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Thanks for your work and sharing turion.
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Both Ferrite and Metglass are cooler than iron

,.......... So there goes your speed up under load.

For a BIG machine, circulate the heated water through
he floors and walls ..............
Can't help but think oil filled transformers, N.T. came out with those
also. I guess mineral oil works for heat extraction as a means of cooling
on a common pole transformer. Just press the spools into a tight fitting
plastic tube using water proof epoxy.

You have to heat your hot water at the house anyway. Quick and easy.
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