As promised herewith my first experiment. I guess not a lot need to be added.
I have tons of questions and remarks but its 2.a.m. right now, so I will come back later for that.
The info here really helped me.Thanks again.
Fantastic work Jasper!
Experiment is the best teacher, and there is much to learn. What we have been taught in School, in our Textbooks is very much so Incomplete!
Great Work! Thanks for sharing!
There are a few things that are very confusing to me. I'm still not done going through all the information here and I'm still trying to wrap my mind around it. So my apologies if these questions are already discussed and/or answered.
The first thing I'm struggling with is the relation between the amount of turns of the primary and secondary coil, and the behavior of the bucking magnetic fields in the core. Is there any thing known about why the 1 on 3 coil turn ratio is so effective? This is a very confusing concept for me.
The second question I have is about the amount of turns in a coil. In my experiments I see better results with very few coil windings and very thick wires. Others are often working with hundreds of turns in their coils. In general I do understand that many different device configurations can give good results. But, could it be that, beside finding balance and getting into resonance, the amount of copper in the coil is a leading factor? And the amount of turns is mainly to boost the voltage to required levels?
All good questions!
I do not have a definitive answer that I can give with confidence, sorry. However, there is a difference between the B and H Fields. I covered the H and B Fields sometime back, the B Field is Magnetic Field Density, and the H Field is Magnetic Field Strength.
So, if the strength of one Magnetic Field is able to over come the other, then one Conductor will be forced to respond and respond it does!
Current travels backwards, the Coil becomes a Battery and thus a Current Source.
At Resonance the Magnitude of the Currents are ≅Equal but Opposite ( Newtons Laws of Motion ). 180 Degrees out of Phase. The Coil with more turns is the Coil that is over come, it has a lower H Field, the Magnetic Field Strength is less than the H Field of the Coil with Fewer Turns.
Also, remembering, there is a DC and an AC Resistance Difference. This is the Impedance.
For New Comers: Just think a Changing Magnetic Field in the Presence of a Conductor: Electromagnetic Induction.
The question is: by adding a third Coil as an Input Coil, what is required to get this same effect?
Got it ! That makes perfect sense. Thanks for your advice.
I also will look up the B and H field topic. For some strange reason this is all very counter intuitive. In essence not very complicated but somehow hard to grasp. I started off with many variants of the Preva experiment and replications of the Andrey Melnichenko demo. Great learning tools that clearly show the effects we are looking for. Next will be starting with adding a third input coil and see if I can get it to work.
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