Variations of systems
Energy stored, times cycles per second, represents that being pumped by the system. Capacitors and inductors temporarly store electrons.
Capacitor formula; W = .5XCEXC.P.S.
W = energy in joules (watt seconds) c = capacitance in farads E = applied potential in volts squared
Inductor (Coil ) formula;
W = energy in joules (watt seconds)
L = inductance in henrys I = current in amperes squared
Both one henry and one farad = 1 Volt. The higher the cycles per second including the squaring flux lines cause a large increase in the amount of energy being produced.
The above combined with a resonant energy induction system, (all electrons moving at the same time, in the same direction), make the next move into overunity practical.
In the resonant induction system a very high percentage of the energy present is useful. When resonant, (Ohms-Impedance-Z)becomes zero and all energy present is available, undegraded. Ohms is load or wasted energy and ampers is the rate of wasting.
Using this information, now apply it to an air-core coil, resonant transformer energy system. L-l and L-2 coils are now present. L-l has less turns and is many times the diameter of L-2. Input from a 12 V gelcel source produces 8,000 V with low (wasted energy) amperage into 4 turns of coil L-l. Each turn of L-l recieves 2,000 V of resonant potential. Each turn of L-2 is then exposed the electric flux of 2,000 V. Each turn at the bottom end of L-2 aquire 2,000 V. The flux lines are squared and are additive to as the voltage and amperage progresses toward the top end of L-2's many turns.
A huge amount of flux lines that were not previously present occure at the top end of L-2. These flux lines excite the electrons nearby in it's earth, and air groundings. This high level of excitment above the ambient causes a large amount of electrons not previously part of the energy present, to become available.