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Comparisons of 2 wire Air Core Transformer to 5 wire 3 phase Delivery -at- 480 hz

Original poster: "harvey norris by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <harvich-at-yahoo-dot-com>

I have used this two wire method of alternator input
to run a secondary arc gap connecting a possible TC
primary /secondary coil. Didnt find the correct tuning
yet, using .6 mh and 1 nf for a 200,000 hz try.
However the primary has a tight volume of spirals
which needs to be expanded to be the same diameter as
the secondary. But here the arc gap is easily made to
function, but at increased voltage input the BPS rates
seem to sound very high, and quenching problems seem
to come into play.

The single alternator phase input of ~ 33 volts
enabling 4 amps conduction is thought to have produced
~9300 volts at the gap. Thus the alternator can
feasibly drive an arc gap, but the work to incorporate
this with a TC design remains to be done.

More exacting equal reactance measurements  showing
the 1 ohm 10.8mh coil  to be in resonance at 480 hz
are made at

I had initially thought there might be something
strange about these mutual inductances, which others
have indicated to be normal. To better clarify the
confusion here a more concrete  concise description
can be given. Two of the phases of the alternator are
delegated to produce a magnetic field assumed to be
massive because of the excessive amount of turns,
where magnetic field intensity is amp turns/ divided
by length. However several factors, most importantly
the internal capacity of the massive turn coil:
prevent that amperage from developing for the
impressed voltage it is given with resonant
combinations, and only a possible q of 8 can be made
by those methods, where the coil being used here would
have a q of 160 at 480 hz, were the ideal voltage
rises to become possible.  Next a low ohmic coil is
used for the third phase placed in resonance, where
that phase also has different, but less drastic
limitations on its possible amperage delivery. In this
circumstance we are tuning the 10.8 mh primary to the
conditions it will see when either placed in magnetic
unity with the massive turn coil, or put in  magnetic
opposition with that coil: Where both of these coils
are also placed together in space for air core mutual
inductance. Thus each differing impedance can be
measured and the coil assigned an new "acting
inductance" for its new condition of impedance.

"Now in each of these circumstances we can see that
the coil acts with different impedances, thus we can
give each X(L) value an acting inductance brought on
by mutual inductance, and to also see how this 
deviates from the measured 10.8 mh value
For Opposition X(L) = 20.68 ohms ~ to 6.86 mh
For Unison X(L) = 34.3 ohms ~ to 11.37 mh, thus only
an increase of .57 mh from 10.8 mh LCR meter
measurement, but for the opposition case more than 4
mh acting inductance has been removed. This shows the
degree of mutual inductance that the L2 coil makes on
L1, where then the method seems to indicate that it is
easier to decrease the impedance than to increase it.
(There are additional reactance considerations here
also with the actual timings of each field, because we
are comparing reactance currents with resonant in

Now what is further found in these 3 phase
interactions timed by resonance to make 180 field
interactions,  the same effect occurs on the side
using two alternator phases, when in fact those phases
are disconnected, and thus the device is acting as an
air core transformer driven by a single alternator
input. The secondary normally has its currents induced
180 out of phase with the source by Lenz Law. Since we
are able to miraculously produce these currents, this
should also be reflected by a decrease of the primary
impedance where it is noted;
"Thus to compare these actions first only the 2 wire
case is noted

1.79 stator volts enables 309 ma where individually

X(L) reactance consumption; 1.95 volts enables 82.4 ma
= 23.66 Ohms 
X(C) reactance consumption: 2.13 volts enables 91.2 ma
= 23.35 Ohms

Now for the five wire delivery we have two reactive
amperage consumptions to be noted, unison and
opposition, where any supposed increased impedance
cancellation on DSR1 can be noted, since now we 
are reacting "real magnetic fields together" instead
of the reaction field with its source, as occurs in 2
wire input. 

For the 2 wire delivery that acting X(L) at 23.66 ohms
would be an acting inductance of 7.84 mh ,which is a 3
mh reduction from isolated 10.8 mh measurement."

Thus to conclude for the 2 wire air core model the
impedance of the primary was decreased 72.6 % by the
induced currents in the secondary, but in the 3 phase
delivery the impedance  in the 1 ohm reactance was
reduced 63.5 %.

Paradoxically that reduction is not however translated
into a higher amperage delivery of the primary,
because this mutual induction also limits the possible
conduction to half the level available in  primary
isolation. The primary can be removed, retuned for
isolation at 10.8 mh and yet deliver more current than
the mutual induction case,  even after retuning. 

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