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Quote from: witsendEdit - I thought solenoids were small? Have used only one half of double wound inductor? When does it become a transformer - when there's more than one winding?Yes; a transformer transforms voltage and current from one circuit to another, increasing or decreasing the voltage and current. It usually takes two circuits would on the same core. But you can have a single winding that is tapped with a third wire.
Edit - I thought solenoids were small? Have used only one half of double wound inductor? When does it become a transformer - when there's more than one winding?
And if I'm asking people to get involved - while it may be 'half fledged' it would be a shame to let it just die. I haven't the interest or the abilities to progress it. But surely there are others out there who could? It's not a frivolous claim. It's not difficult to disprove. And as Jerry pointed out - it's got impressive accreditors.
Sorry to post so many consecutive posts - but JerryGG38 - we do use V^2/r analysis. We measure the voltage across the shunt. I gave up on using that analysis on the load resistor as everyone immediately said it was wrong. They couldn't argue wattage related to temperature.
Jerrygg38 - I patented it and then allowed it to lapse - to ensure that no-one could get royalties, including me. That means, apparently, that it's been put in the public domain and precludes anyone from patenting. I did this deliberately because I thought that would encourage people to apply it. But I think I shot myself in the foot because it actually just makes people sceptical. But to your question - NO ONE is making money out of this.The tests were exhaustive. They were done over a 4 year period ending about 6 years ago. Then I just gave up. Can you believe it that academics wont even attend a demonstration? But it nagged at me - the more so as energy is now such a critical issue. And then, I love my physics and I couldn't entirely give that up - any more I'm sure than you could.That's when I decided to try and publish. I sort of thought reviewers would help me polish up the paper to make it acceptable. But the IET wouldn't even forward the paper for review. I thought that was the pits. So then my daughter in law found me this forum. And - yet again - I'm going through the same process. But anyone who wants can do anything they want with this technology. It's available. My contribution to the global energy crisis. And with my love. I have absolutely no interest in progressing this. I'm only interested in the field model.