As everyone should know by now that reactive components dissipate zero power, as they equally absorb power from, and return power to, the rest of the circuit. Therefore, any inductive reactance in this load will likewise dissipate zero power. this i am referring to is part G as well as each set of electromagnets. The only thing left to dissipate power here is the resistive portion. this is where the secondary feed back comes into play to replace the ohmic losses inherent in mans systems of power generation. granted they are small yet still losses just the same. also the reason this device can resist the starting power is the over all system voltage is much higher then the original starting power. when all three sources are present in the system, ie. part G, electromagnets and the secondary feed back, there will be an amplification of the original signal within part G as each one releasing it's potential will act as a series of batteries increasing it's voltage above the original starting potential.
for this reason being so highly overlooked is the reason for many to believe that no device can be overunity. if one was to minimize the losses and return the potential back into the system when reduced is the key component to this device being able to self sustain. that and the fact that we are not rotating a huge hunk of iron yet instead moving the massless, weightless field back and forth over the secondary through the control of current flow.
Post by Marathonman on Dec 16, 2021 13:01:41 GMT -6
Considering the Active inductor controller that controls two separate feeds at the same time in complete unison 180 degrees from each other.. ie one rising one falling in current flow.
At a fixed frequency of 60 hz or other countries at 50 hz, negative inductance can be seen as a capacitor which presents the same impedance as an inductor but with opposite phase of a normal capacitor. it is referred to as negative inductance when the stored magnetic field of the inductor is releasing it's stored potential into the system which is caused by a reduced current flow. the reduced current flow can not maintain the present magnetic field thus the reduction releases the stored magnetic potential into the system which in turn raises the over all system voltage. this is akin to having a short term battery releasing it's stored potential into the system as the magnetic field collapses interacting with the winding's in the circuit creating EMF.
positive inductance is the opposite which is when the current is rising and the inductor is storing into the magnetic field and as such there will be a voltage drop across the inductor. even though the circuit on the rising side is shrinking in length, it is still storing into the magnetic field outward from the wire or circuit.
with the present system of an active inductor having a rotating brush, there will be two opposing fields at the brush essentially splitting the inductor in two allowing Figuera to control two separate feeds at the same time ie,, set N and set S. with one side with positive inductance and the other with negative inductance and vise verse as per the rotating brush, the negative inductance will allow this device to offset the positive inductance voltage drop.
negative inductance = increase in circuit length ie.. increasing winding count thus lowering current flow releasing stored magnetic potential.
positive inductance = decrease in circuit length ie.. decreasing winding count thus increasing current flow storing magnetic potential.
As you may have realized through my research and that of yours. a resistance, resistor or resistor network CAN NOT ever retain a magnetic potential in any way shape or form thus CAN NOT be used in the Figuera device. they are to wasteful of potential in the form of heat. it has to be an active inductor controller that stores and releases potential.
Post by Marathonman on Jan 2, 2022 17:49:45 GMT -6
THE REASON FOR THIS UNUSUAL SWITCHING IS TO PROGRESSIVELY ALTER THE RATIO OF THE CURRENT FLOWING THROUGH THE TWO SETS OF ELECTROMAGNETS WHICH IN TURN SHIFTS THE COLISION POINT FROM ONE SIDE OF THE SECONDARY TO THE OTHER.
Figuera chose to use inductive reactance to control the ratio of current flow shifting current more to one set of electromagnets then the other then vice verse. in this process the storage of magnetic potential used in the control of current was in turn released back into the system when reduced increasing overall system voltage to offset the drop in voltage on the rising set of electromagnets. this is in fact the most efficient way to control current flow on the planet with very, very little losses compared to resistive currant control.
the excitation potential is thus preserved being first brought up to running conditions by an external supply then replacing small losses with the secondary feed back allowing it to continually operate by it's self from that point on. the reduction of the reducing side ie.. reducing electromagnets, 1/2 of the inductive controller and the secondary feed back increases the overall system voltage of the device thus negating the further use of the starting supply as the excitation side of the device is thus maintained in pressure.
proper field line compression and specific sweeping from gap to gap only is the main key to energy production. each electromagnet occupies the secondary one at a time in a progression to the other electromagnet giving the secondary output a true sine wave shape. the sweeping of the collision point is thus swept from gap to gap and no further along with the end being delayed slightly in time causing an inductive roll off just before it is swept back to the other side.
as i have stated before Figuera achieved energy generation like that of a standard four pole generator yet using only TWO POLES.
Post by Marathonman on Jan 2, 2022 23:57:10 GMT -6
Negative voltage (inductive impedance)
This is what is being created as the active inductor controller expands and contracts both sides of the circuit. adding or subtracting loops within the time constant of the circuit will create inductance as each loop added magnetically link adding to the inductive reactance of that circuit. therefore the current being exposed to a larger negative voltage (ie CEMF/Back EMF) will reduce in current flow. the end result is giving DC AC like qualities of increase and decrease current flow thus falls under inductive reactance which we all know will control current flow just like an AC variac except with DC.
The loop area is the primary physical effect that controls the amount of inductance a current will experience. increase the loop count, increase the inductance thus increase the inductive reactance reducing current flow. If we induce a time-varying magnetic flux in the circuit, there will be a time-varying inductive reactance within the circuit thus decreasing the original current flow.
the permeability of part G's core will reduce as the current is increased and as such the closer the saturation level of the core the less an impact it will have on the core reducing the released potential allowing the core in a sense to govern the amount of secondary output and feed back that can feed back into the system. this is why i have stated the core needs to have a little headroom just not to much that allows to much feedback and frying the device.
Post by Marathonman on Feb 7, 2022 13:37:22 GMT -6
Active Inductor Controller
In the graph below which is just like the original patent except the original patent does NOT show the whole core specifically just the brush rotation ans worded as such. in this graph i have outlined the on time for the ends and one of the contacts in the middle. as you can plainly see the ends are on considerably longer then the ones in the middle. the ends are like four to five times longer as i have been saying for many years. also in the original patent it "SPECIFICALLY" says that the brush is making contact with two contacts at a time for a make before break scenario to allow the ongoing current rise and fall without any back emf collapse of the magnetic field in part G.
in order to get the proper sine wave shape Figuera used his core design brush rotation to have the ends on for longer giving his output a nice sine wave shape. this equates to an inductive roll off because of this pause at the ends causing the induction to start to recede naturally giving it a nice rounded shape. as the brush continues it's rotation around the northern semi circle it naturally continues the reduction as the winding count increases to set N connection and decreases for set S connection.
as my point exactly as i have been saying in order for the electronics to mimic this feature exactly as it applies, you have to account for this by allowing your electronics to have an on time of four to five times longer to allow for the inductive roll off just like the original patent. not only that but the make before break feature is also a (MUST HAVE FEATURE) in your design. in my attempt to mimic the feature ( which is being highly overlooked) I incorporated the make before break and the ends on for four to five times longer to mimic the natural built in feature of the mechanical brush rotation into my electronic and coding output. my electronic switching mimics these features "EXACTLY" as i intended to do so from my years of study of this active inductor controller.
as you build either the mechanical which has these features naturally built in or electronically, you must incorporate these into your design in order for it to function as the original patent.
the blue lines represent the area of contact and the time spent on.
Post by Marathonman on Mar 26, 2022 15:39:05 GMT -6
Superposition and Vector Potentials.
According to present day Physics the principle of superposition states that every charge in space creates an electric field at point independent of the presence of other charges in that medium. The resultant electric field is a vector sum of the electric field due to individual charges. while I am "NOT" a fan of electric charged particles in space or counterspace this is not my point of relevance to the topic.
Since everyone should know by now that when ever there is an electric field there is a magnetic field and vise verse. since the only way to combine magnetic fields is to align them north to south taking two magnets placing them together will make one large magnet. placing them north to north or south to south obviously will be opposing.
WHY ARE THEY OPPOSING?. quite simple, spin direction. Two north or two south poles have the same spin direction when side to side yet when put face to face they have opposite spin directions there fore will oppose one another. So one might conclude that independent magnetic fields opposing in fashion will never combine. Agreed!, but in all actuality there is a negative voidance at the south pole charging into counterspace and a positive discharge into space at the north pole. Technically the voidance is the cause of the attraction not magnetic attraction as per Eric Dollard. Yes Voidance "charge" "S" and Discharge Positive "N" have spin direction.
Which direction do the north and south pole rotate.
But I must also add that opposing magnetic fields when increased in strength can compress magnetic field lines much higher in intensity then that of a single magnetic field by a substantial margin.
This is not so when dealing with electric fields. electric fields in a superposition situation can and will be additive or their vector potentials sum's are in alignment or simply put, the same direction.
This case scenario is completely applicable in the Clemente Figuera device. Magnetic potentials in opposing fashion will always oppose, but they are not being increased at the same time as one is increasing and the other decreasing causing their associated electric fields to be additive or aligned in the same direction. so when the associated magnetic field lines are being compressed so are the associated electric fields.
This is why most misunderstood my graph below. notice the vector potentials of both magnetic and electric fields. Superposition comes into play here as does the vector sum of the electric fields. the Induced is the sum of both electric vector potentials in the same direction. One magnetic field is increasing yet the other is decreasing reversing the electric field to align with the increasing electromagnet's electric field or vector potential.
Post by Marathonman on Aug 19, 2022 13:48:35 GMT -6
Sweeping Fields and the Electric field Created
Pretty much self explanatory but I will explain:
Both electromagnets increasing and decreasing 180 degrees out from each other create an Electric field in the space occupied by the secondary. The electric field becomes as if one field as both induced are in the same direction. The secondary is polarized and current begins to flow with a load attached. According to the Lenz Law a second field will form within the secondary opposing the change. It is this opposing field that is pushed cross the secondary area electric field by the rising electromagnet. Since the reducing electromagnets is soft coupled to the secondary opposing field creating EMF there is no draw on the primary electromagnets like that of a direct coupled transformer.
According to Faraday an EMF is created when ever there is movement within a magnetic or electric field which creates EMF. The two electromagnets create the electric field but since the system is stationary we have to move the secondary over this electric field created. That is where the opposing fields come into play shoving the secondary opposing field over the electric field giving the illusion of motion within the secondary thus creating EMF in the secondary.
This is how EMF is created in a stationary system. Moving a field across another field. Now the electronics section is going to make the entire device none moving and you will never even know it is creating Power.
Post by Marathonman on Sept 26, 2022 10:45:54 GMT -6
As in the above post when current is drawn from a standard rotating generator secondary the exact Lenz Law associated with the Figuera device secondary is at play here. With the rotating generator when current is drawn from the secondary a second field is formed and it is this field that causes the generator motor to bog down. As you can see in the below graph as the coil comes into register or approaches the stator it is repulsed as in N><N. As the rotor leaves the stator it is attracted back to the stator N<S. The reason for this is the Lenz Law which is a second field created within the secondary opposing the change of magnetic field. This repulsion and attraction of the rotor to the stator is the reason a standard rotating generator bog down when power is draw from it. It take 150% power to get 90 plus % out just from this repulsion and attraction bogging down of the motor, how stupid is this? It takes massive power to overcome this Lenz Law field in rotation and why rotating generators will never be OU. If not for the Lenz Law it would be though because it feeds it self and outputs more power then it take to excite the primary NS field.
Now with the Figuera stationary generator power is thus drawn from the secondary, the Lenz Law field still forms but in this scenario Figuera uses the Lenz Law to his advantage to induce motion into the secondary. When current flow through the secondary and the load an opposing magnetic field will form in the secondary just like in a standard rotating generator. Except this time Figuera used the Primaries opposing field to push the secondary Lenz Law field across the electric field created by both primaries. According to Physics no opposing magnetic fields will ever join as one field so they remain opposing at all times yet this is not true for the electric fields created by the primaries and they combine as one field in the same direction. This is why the secondary switches polarity on each end because the electric fields change direction.
This my friends is how AC is created in a stationary generator using the Lenz Law field to ones advantage. Also it is quite easily to change the current flow very efficiently through the primaries set N and S with the active inductor controller and why in the patent he used a small motor just to rotate the brush. The commutator was positioned on the shaft to turn the AC into DC feeding the secondary feed back into the system.
Last Edit: Sept 26, 2022 11:30:03 GMT -6 by Marathonman