Subject: Fwd: Paper 107 Section 3 & 4
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2008 03:09:10 EDT
This is excellent progress and in due course work such as this will lead to patents, industry certificates and a new company with a range of carefully worked out and constructed devices. Only when all is ready will the devices be announced, as is usual in industry, and all devices will be comprehensively protected by patents and industry certification. The lack of certification has been the weak point up to now of claims to new energy devices. A public fiasco such as Steorn must be avided, because it reduces confidence in the whole new energy industry. Now though, both Horst Eckardt and Franklin Amador have a deep knowledge of all aspects of ECE and also of the electrical engineering involved.
Yes, that alternative design is regularly used. we can design it that way too, I just wanted to show a way to have both generators interact at different speeds/accelerations and see how the they superimposed on top of eachother with oscillations. It’s basically more flexible as far a experiments, but makes it more complicated with more moving parts.
By the way, I do need to use more ECE theory equations from section 1 & 2. I will do that this week, but the basic principle is still the same. I need to show our study in terms of ECE equations. I still have mixed feelings about using the Lorenz Equation.
Regards, Franklin —– Original Message —–
Sent: Monday, March 31, 2008 2:46 AM
Subject: AW: Paper 107 Section 3 & 4
thanks, I will look into this. An alternative setup may be to bring two homopolar generators in direct contact instead of using a belt (if I understand Tesla’s design correctly). Then only one direction of the magnetic field is required and current flows back to the axis in the second generator due to its reversed direction of rotation.
—–Ursprüngliche Nachricht—– Von: Franklin Amador [mailto:fdamador] at [comcast.net] Gesendet: Montag, 31. März 2008 02:43 An: Horst Eckardt; Myron Evans
Betreff: Paper 107 Section 3 & 4
Horst & Myron,
Here are my additional input for paper 107. I think I still need a little more work on it, but I would like your input both on the electron trajectory mathematical part.
I know there will be a curving nature to the accelerative state of the electron’s path…I think I might still need to add this to our study. Right now, I’m just doing the math for a straight path of a particle.
Ok, I hope things are well with you both. Also, I need more time for the engineering part of the business proposal. Please give me more time.