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10 & 20 Volt Operation of Wireless Bipolar TC via 666 Pancake Spirals

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Published on Jul 28, 2012

20 VOLT OPERATION DESCRIPTION;
Seriesed secondaries @ 127 degree phase angle as 2.4 H,140 ohm,7000 ohm reactance @465 hz, conduct 170 ma @ 7volts/1ma. 89% of summed voltages on each 50 nf cap develop at this phase angle for estimation of 2100 volts input to bipolar TC. Advantage of this approach is that a direct short of arc gap will only drop voltage on capacitors by 50%, insuring maximum energy transfer from cap source. If these caps were sourced by fields in zero or 180 degree phase angles, gap short would drop voltages down to their reactive state, about a 75% drop, and consequently the input amperages from alternator would go to dangerous levels near 20A spec of stator line meters. A shorted gap test at this 20 volt level only increased the input amperages by 15%! Very similar to a current limited supply.No STATOR voltage gains from TC load kickback, or so called negative resistance noted in this example: two 20 volt phases drop to 16 and 18 volts respectively on phases 2 & 3. Individual snapshots near ending of video noted in this example so that phase angle calculations may be made.
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297phasing

Phase angles shown with example of law of cos calculations. 297 degrees in the normal 360 time circle, or ~5/6 ths of the normal time difference between voltage rises are shown. 1/6 of the normal 360 degree time circle is missing, so to represent the vector relationship 1/6 of the circle needs to be cut out of the 2d diagram and the remaining quantities folded into a 3d cone, showing that space time curvature as compression of time has occurred. The missing time is thought to be converted into the energy of the output arc. Taken from a 20 volt 3 phase alternator as shown in the video ending of youtu.be/KqtA7iVaCUg

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Output arc of the wireless bipolar tesla coils where 104 watts remains just on TC coil operation after subtraction of ohmic delivery line losses on primaries and secondaries
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316.4 degrees in amp phasing circle of 360:degrees~ 1/8 time contraction. THE ENERGY GAIN ON A CONTRACTED TIME CIRCLE FOR STATOR LINE VS PHASE AMPS IS EXPRESSED AS THE FACT THAT SINCE THE MAXIMUM STATOR LINE AMPERAGE OCCURS WHEN SERVING 180 DEGREE PHASES, ANY SMALLER PHASE ANGLE WILL HAVE LESS CONDUCTION ON THE STATOR LINE INPUTS. And what we are doing here is make the totality of phase angles in the circle a SMALLER quantity. Here in this case if we made the smallest phase angle of 8.1 degrees into 51.7 degrees so that the inputs showed the full 360 degrees of time separation, the amps on the supply line would have to rise to 3.33 A from its near 3A level which be a 10/9ths or 11% increase. We are acheiving more phase amperage then should be the case for what is shown by the stator line delivery. Apparent power as VA calculations show 156 watts- 44 watts primary loss-8 watts secondary heat loss= 104 watts to TC.

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