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Steve:
Can somebody explain the amperes in the video here?

Steve

WeThePeople:
The effect of the magnetism in the GEET process by nature
creates complex multiple magnetic field strengths.

The meter is made to measure that same magnetic field in a single conductor wire by clamping that openable clamp up and passing the wire through the gap,
then releasing the clamp so it closes "Loop" (Like a toroid) completely around the conductor in question.

The meter measures the induced magnetic gauss in that closed (Clamp) loop
and converets the field strength into a reading in Ampere's of the Tesla field strength present.

As the flux is ninety degrees to the current passing through the wire, the reading is reasonibly accurate for general ampere measurment without cutting into an existing circuit to place a "Shunt" there to measure the actual current flow.

However, add a few hundred grains of salt (So to speak) to this vids results.

Unless you were spinning a wire at an incredible speed axially,
and were creating multiple lines of flux at many angles same time.
You could not reproduce this over exaggerated reading under normal use
while measuring that same wire.

The GEET rod inside however is doing this,
so the reading will appear abnormally high.

I will give it this, remarks of people trying to hold things like nails and screwdrivers parallel to a GEET chamber have always indicated a rapidly changing field that makes things basicly appear to shudder of vibrate.

Someone with one of these needs to eBay some teflon coated wire and wrap a long well-wound coil around the outside pipe and see what is presented as usable energy from the winding's two ends.

As the field clearly moves from prevoius tinkering with ferrous material by previous experimenters,
it stands to reason there is a high likelyhood of a stationary coil catching something.

It is just a matter of what shape,
and in what relation to the GEET chamber...

We The People

Note to others:
I'm new to this Netherland forum
I spell like crap, and I already know that...
I strive to be merely legible at best, OK?

Steve:

--- Quote from: WeThePeople on December 07, 2009, 08:23:59 am ---The effect of the magnetism in the GEET process by nature
creates complex multiple magnetic field strengths.

The meter is made to measure that same magnetic field in a single conductor wire by clamping that openable clamp up and passing the wire through the gap,
then releasing the clamp so it closes "Loop" (Like a toroid) completely around the conductor in question.

The meter measures the induced magnetic gauss in that closed (Clamp) loop
and converets the field strength into a reading in Ampere's of the Tesla field strength present.

As the flux is ninety degrees to the current passing through the wire, the reading is reasonibly accurate for general ampere measurment without cutting into an existing circuit to place a "Shunt" there to measure the actual current flow.

However, add a few hundred grains of salt (So to speak) to this vids results.

Unless you were spinning a wire at an incredible speed axially,
and were creating multiple lines of flux at many angles same time.
You could not reproduce this over exaggerated reading under normal use
while measuring that same wire.

The GEET rod inside however is doing this,
so the reading will appear abnormally high.

I will give it this, remarks of people trying to hold things like nails and screwdrivers parallel to a GEET chamber have always indicated a rapidly changing field that makes things basicly appear to shudder of vibrate.

Someone with one of these needs to eBay some teflon coated wire and wrap a long well-wound coil around the outside pipe and see what is presented as usable energy from the winding's two ends.

As the field clearly moves from prevoius tinkering with ferrous material by previous experimenters,
it stands to reason there is a high likelyhood of a stationary coil catching something.

It is just a matter of what shape,
and in what relation to the GEET chamber...

We The People

Note to others:
I'm new to this Netherland forum
I spell like crap, and I already know that...
I strive to be merely legible at best, OK?

--- End quote ---

Welcome, Wethepeople, to the ionizationx forum.

You explained well whats going on in the geet.
Spelling like crap is exactly what i am doing here as well, but you can use the spell checker in the editor, if you wish.
 ;)

Steve

WeThePeople:
Thank you for the welcome Steve,
nice avatar you have there.
Quiet to the point actually.  :)
(Says: "Mean People Suck")

After I wrote that and wandered a way to do other things.

A simple test occurred to me for someone to try.

Take some medium wire, like a coat hanger or so.

Make a loop that leaves about a quarter inch / half a centimeter
of space all the way around the chamber, and solder it.

Leave the remaining wire as a handle...

If even a small amount of that reading is true,
then this test for induction heating should work.

with the loop slid off the chamber bring it up to temp,
then slide the loop over the chamber keeping the space.



The induction effect should make it bright red near instantly.

A test that only needs a coat hanger, and a few minutes to make.

Steve:
 :)

Steve

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