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Re: Free energy from an electric field!
« Reply #16 on: October 04, 2013, 19:26:20 pm »
4300% energy gain or more.. what am I doing wrong? :P

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Re: Free energy from an electric field!
« Reply #17 on: October 04, 2013, 19:28:18 pm »
well you should note however that it would only do no work for a homogeneous electric field, you don't need high powered math since the displacement integral is zero the work is zero very simple... these days I have been working on a system that gets energy out of the E field now the hard stuff is how to get that energy out say you accelerate electrons without energy cost and the total kinetic energy is increased how do you get energy out wihout thermal loses to make overunity?

yes, only from a uniform electric field. No work being performed is the beauty of it because we still are moving something for nothing.

That is the question! how to get the energy out. The electrons are being accelerated with no energy consumption and since they are in motion they create a magnetic field. But the magnetic field created by the electrons is also uniform so we can't induce a current in a coil. If we can just tweak it enough to create something like a non uniform field we could capture the energy. I have a few ideas but I have not developed them far enough yet

also, I was talking to some guys on a physics forum that work with particle accelerators and apparently they can pick up some rf fields from the accelerated particles in a near by coil.


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Re: Free energy from an electric field!
« Reply #18 on: October 04, 2013, 19:46:28 pm »
ok dave I have figured out how to accelerate them without energy cost but the problem is how to get energy out of the system...or I can just build an x-ray machine that works with a 12V battery   ;D

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Re: Free energy from an electric field!
« Reply #19 on: October 04, 2013, 20:12:04 pm »
I like the xray machine idea!!! hahah

I see two different ways to remove energy from the system. But like I said, I'm not finished developing the ideas so I will post after I close the holes in my theories.

Have any ideas?

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Re: Free energy from an electric field!
« Reply #20 on: October 04, 2013, 20:24:18 pm »
I don't care about holes in theories post your ideas I can help.. only thing I can think of now is a pick up coil and to pulse the electrons... I only need to get like 5% of the energy out for this to work.

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Re: Free energy from an electric field!
« Reply #21 on: October 04, 2013, 20:51:23 pm »
Ok, I'll give it a shot. and I agree, from the model I created, we only need to capture a small amount of the magnetic field to make up for the applied electric field.

I'll post back after I'm done with class today and have gathered my thoughts.

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Re: Free energy from an electric field!
« Reply #22 on: October 05, 2013, 00:11:23 am »
One idea is to pulse the electrons, as you have already stated. It might be possible to group electrons together in packets with space in between each packet. This way the electrons don't need to stop at any point and the field will appear nonuniform. Apparently, creating these packets is common in particle accelerator.

Another idea is to actually try to create a potential across a conductor and try to get the free electrons to flow through it. I mean create a potential by pushing a mass of electrons against one end and forcing electrons away from the other end. So just like any normal circuit except powered by free electrons under the force of an electric field.

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Re: Free energy from an electric field!
« Reply #23 on: October 05, 2013, 00:30:07 am »
about the second thinking about 2d materials?
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