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Russian Academy Of Science Correspondence[1]

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Russian Academy Of Science Correspondence[1]

  1. 1. Letter #10 Russian Academy of Science LetterFrom: Евстигнеев Николай <EvstigneevNM@yandex.ru>Subject: Some questions about your great work in electrodynamicsTo: thane_heins@yahoo.caReceived: Wednesday, January 27, 2010, 2:08 PMHello dear Thane!My name is Nick; I’m doctor in mathematics working in the field of partial differential equationsand chaotic dynamics. I’m very interested in what you are doing with your experiments, becausefrom the mathematical point of view what’s going on in your experiments is the break of SO3symmetry in fundamental tensor of Yang Mills equations that makes it obvious to see the flaws ifMaxwell electrodynamics. There are some questions about you great experimental work. I wouldbe delighted if you take some time to answer those. These questions might be lame for I’m nottoo good in electro techniques and a very poor engineer, so please don’t judge me too hard.The questions are:1. In your experimental work with Multi Coil Stators that are self-accelerating is the accelerationconstant (a=constant) or does it stops when a certain rotation speed is achieved?In our observations so far the acceleration stops when a certain rotational speed is reached.However if the parameters of the coil are changed (i.e. increasing the wire gauge) theacceleration can be made to continue. Each coil has an ideal operating range or window ofoperation.2. Is there a correlation between frequency (rotation velocity) and the number of turns in youraccelerating high voltage coils, core material or it’s impedance?The acceleration is based on frequency dependant impedance. Coil impedance is a function offrequency where:XL = 2pifLZL = 2pifL + RDCAs the frequency increases (rotor RPM) the impedance of the coil also increases so its currentcarrying capacity decreases accordingly. As the coil’s ability to carry current decreases the coil’s(Lenz induced) repelling magnetic field also decreases while at the same time the coil’s inducedvoltage is increasing.When the magnet is TDC (top dead centre) to the coil (neither approaching nor receding) the coilimpedance drops to the DC resistance of the coil and the self induced voltage is maximum. Thehigh voltage is then able to be dissipated through the small DC resistance of the coil – producinga delayed magnetic field which pushes away on the now receding magnet while at the same timeattracting the next opposite magnet pole on the rotor.If the Self Accelerating coil is engaged at a rotor speed where current can flow in the coil(because the frequency is low) – then the coil acts like any conventional coil and producesa repelling magnetic field as per Lenz’s Law.3. In bi-toroid transformer you have a central coil on a high reluctance flux core and two bifilarcoils with serial connection on low reluctance flux cores (low resistance), right? Can you makethese coils of a thick wire or those coils are supposed to be made of a thing wire with highimpedance (Z)?The Primary Coil of the Bi-Toroid Transformer is set on a variable “high reluctance” flux path core.By variable we mean that the reluctance of the primary core leg is a function of primary coilimpedance and the magnitude of flux flowing in the primary coil core. The physical size of theprimary core leg is also much smaller that the secondary core legs to ensure that the primarycore with its large flux in a small area produces the maximum reluctance – operating at very close
  2. 2. to saturation – therefore inhibiting secondary induced flux from entering the primary core andencouraging secondary induced flux to stay in the lower reluctance outer flux path route.The primary coil impedance plays a role in disallowing secondary induced flux from coupling backthrough the primary core – while at the same time the higher gauge (low impedance) wireemployed in the secondary windings represents a lower reluctance flux path route for secondaryinduced flux once again encouraging the secondary flux to stay away from the primary and followthe path of least reluctance in the outer flux path ring.4. Is there a resistance on a rotating ferromagnetic disk with spaces in your project with stationarymagnets and coils when the load on the coils is on? Are those coils made of thick wire or of thinglike the high voltage coils in your Multi Coil project?There is some initial resistance due to the eddy current losses and hysteresis losses associatedwith the disk but the coil induced magnetic field has no declarative impact on the speed ofrotation of the disk in fact it even accelerates a little when the coils are loaded probably becausewe are increasing the induction motor’s rotor flux magnitude. The coils employed are low gaugehigh current carrying wire which produce a maximum induced magnetic field.Thank you very much in advance!Yours truly, Nick.Dr. Evstigneev N.M., leading sc., dep. of chaotic dynamics, Institute for System analysis, RussianAcademy of Science.I hope this answers your questions.Best wishesThane.Part 2--- On Fri, 1/29/10, Евстигнеев Николай <EvstigneevNM@yandex.ru> wrote:From: Евстигнеев Николай <EvstigneevNM@yandex.ru>Subject: Re: Russian Academy of Science - Questions AnsweredTo: "Thane C. Heins" <thane_heins@yahoo.ca>Received: Friday, January 29, 2010, 10:42 AMDear Thane!Thank you very much for the detailed answers you provided! Number of your experiments (MultiCoil Stators and bi-toroid transformer) are not lying in the field fo Maxwellianelectrodynamics. Today I made a numerical simulation of a model problem – simulation of theAmpere’s force on the coil from the moving permanent magnet using Maxwell set of equationswith bias currents in conductors. I changed number of terns in the “coil” and varied magnetic andelectric properties of coil material to get the equivalent of high R and Z. In the simulation there areno effects that you have in experiments – in the simulation there’s a direct Lenz law as its statedby the physics. That is fascinating! I will inform you on any progress that i’ll make along withreports.Thank you once again!Yours truly, Nick--- On Fri, 1/29/10, Thane C. Heins <thane_heins@yahoo.ca> wrote:From: Thane C. Heins <thane_heins@yahoo.ca>Subject: Re: Russian Academy of Science - Part 2To: "Евстигнеев Николай" <EvstigneevNM@yandex.ru>Received: Friday, January 29, 2010, 2:17 PMDear Nick,
  3. 3. The R (DC resistance) should be low (50 ohms) but the Z (frequency dependent impedance)should be high. You have to create a scenario where the inductor acts like a capacitor (storingenergy in electrostatic field NOT the electromagnetic field).The accelerating coils in this video:http://www.youtube.com/user/ThaneCHeins#p/u/0/RC06V8vXUqIemploy bifilar windings because the bifilar coil in this configuration has increased self-capacitance, which is a key component for acceleration. The frequency is about 400 Hz.See Bifilar coil here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bifilar_coilCheersThaneThane C. HeinsPresident - Potential +/- Difference Inc.613.795.1602"An important scientific innovation rarely makes its way by gradually winningover and converting its opponents: What does happen is that the opponentsgradually die out." - Max Planck

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