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Electromagnetic Force By Electric Current

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Electromagnetic Force By Electric Current Front page.                Electromagnetic Force by Electric Current When a copper wire is wound over on iron rod and an electric current I is passed through the coil, an electromagnet ...


G-field Electric Current Generator

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G-field Electric Current Generator Return to: "Scalar Electromagnetic Wave Transciever". (Page is still being build).                                                           G-field ...


Alternative Science Research and Interpretations

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...   Electronics And Electrics   Scalar Radio wave .   Free Energy Research   Voltage Due To Maxwell's Displacement Current  .       Mass Acceleration and Electrical Resonance .    30-06-2008 .   Sound Waves and Resonance ...


Electromagnetic Force By Electric Current

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Electromagnetic Force By Electric Current Front page.                Electromagnetic Force by Electric Current When a copper wire is wound over on iron rod and an electric current I is passed through the coil, an electromagnet ...


Voltage Due To Maxwell's Displacement Current

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... is when the molecules of the dielectric material between the capacitor metal plates become polarized by a small amount. This polarization is called Maxwell's displacement current. This displacement current can produce weak electrical ...


Parametric Electric Generators

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... i /d t + i ×d L /d t . The calculus derivative d i /d t is rate of change of current i through inductance L . Where L is the inductance of the coil, variable i is input current into coil, and dt is small change in time. Coils is shown in ...


Can Lenz Law Be Avoided In Electric Generator?

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... 2. The induced current I due to motion speed v produces a Lorentz force F that is in the same direction as the initial motion v. The current I in this design does not produce counter electromagnetic force. The induced current I due to ...


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... ically recharge themselves a little amount. This can be seen if the electronic appliance does not consume much electric current to operate. How does the battery rechage itself?    May have heard about anti matter, and anti photons. There ...


Joseph Newman's Electric Motor

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... coil 2 has applied to it an electric supply voltage V . The electric supply voltage V causes an electric current I through the coil 2. The current I through the coil 2 emits an electromag-netic field with intensity B . The stator coil 2 ...


Electric Motors

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... is only direct current, equations (3b) and (3c) works sufficiently for a non-changing electromagnetic field intensity B r . When input current I is varying direct current or alternating current, the varying magnetic field intensity B r is ...


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