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##### Re: The magnetic field in a tube cell!
« Reply #8 on: January 24, 2014, 09:47:01 am »
damn I see this drift speed thing pop up everywhere, http://www.haroldaspden.com/ if you have time to read this   I don't
generally if you have two unequal materials and pass current throough them the electron drift speed is different in each of them, when you stop the current conservation of momentum dictates that there are some collisions between slow and fast moving charges producing some energy according to some\ok?this behavior is speed dependent.look up my old posts
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##### Re: The magnetic field in a tube cell!
« Reply #9 on: January 24, 2014, 14:32:03 pm »

In my idea the tube cell is require to form like ...

Then build it.

I'M THINKING HOW to build it...

certainly different materials has different drift carachteristcs

I was thinking about my project and discovered that the ions actually is going to be accelerated to the same direction which not necessarily nullify the induction... the inner tube having he negative voltage is going to have negative ions to travel a smaller diameter circle and the positive charges much lighter creates greater radiation than the negative charges...
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##### Re: The magnetic field in a tube cell!
« Reply #10 on: January 24, 2014, 23:07:29 pm »
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##### Re: The magnetic field in a tube cell!
« Reply #11 on: January 25, 2014, 13:10:42 pm »
I was thinking about this feedback systems... its the way definitely but is not going to work if theres not an amplification of energy.

I'm getting super conductors to check barbats claims...i guess this is a good explanations.
and make some cool experiments.

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##### Re: The magnetic field in a tube cell!
« Reply #12 on: January 29, 2014, 09:30:12 am »
I 'll try to express my felling in a mathematical manner

If you apply an infinite magnetic field in the y direction, and apply an electric field between a pair of spaced tubes aligned parallel to to the y axis. let the center of the tubes be at zero of x axis.

You get that the ions is going to cycle around the gap infinitely...  in the zx plane....

this mean that theres going to be induction since the positive ions are much faster than the negative ions... or if further ionization is reached than in the opposite manner the free electrons are going to be much faster than the heavy ions..

Maybe that experiment donald smith made with the plasma ball consisted in this.  think about.
He states that the induced voltage is very high..  maybe al that is needed is a magnetic field to keep the rays of the plasma globe like a tornado. vortex like...
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##### Re: The magnetic field in a tube cell!
« Reply #13 on: January 29, 2014, 10:00:08 am »
but the ions have different trajectory radius from electrons so they will hit the walls of the tubes.. this could work with defined fields and mass if no losses exist and no collisions
and the E field depends on the radius ...
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