Experimental Path to Development of the MEG

In our experiments with the Radus effect previously discussed in Chapter 6, paragraph 6.4.5, we had already done extensive work with switching magnetic fluxes for less switching energy than can be intercepted from the switched flux. We had also experimented with various cores for transformer and coil variants, including eventually the new layered nanocrystalline cores.

In our experiments, we noticed a remarkable thing. With certain modern nanocrystalline core materials, and using a permanent magnet to provide B-flux, we found that the core material would extract and hold essentially all the permanent magnet's B-flux inside the core. Field measurements right against the outside of the poles of the powerful little neodymium-iron-boron magnet itself showed very little B-flux spilling out into space! In short, we had discovered how to make a magnetic system that nonlocally propagated only the uncurled magnetic vector potential A, without any operator energy input. We realized we had discovered a marvelous and free way to freely obtain an excellent Aharonov-Bohm effect, similar to the way a nearly perfect toroid would localize the B-field inside the core, with the uncurled A-potential appearing in space surrounding the toroid. The advantage of our approach over the toroid was that we did not have to furnish any current and voltage to obtain the localized B-flux and the non-localized curl-free A-potential energy.

Further, if we perturbed the B-field flux in the core, we consequently perturbed the uncurled A-potential in space surrounding the core. From both sources — the perturbed B-flux in the core and the perturbed

A-potential outside the core — we could produce very large E-fields and concomitant very large voltages capable of driving more "power" through the secondary coils of the transformer section than the power required to perform the switching and perturbation.

We could easily prove this by perturbing the localized B-flux (and the concomitant surrounding uncurled A-potential automatically) with weak energy. We proved that increasing the rate of the rise time and decay time of even a weak input EM energy perturbation could produce quite large E-fields, including 1,000 to 5,000 volts (or even 20,000 volts!) appearing in the secondary coil if desired. We also proved another thing: the special nanocrystalline core material in some buildups self-adjusted its permeability, continuing to localize the perturbed and alternating B-fields and their fluxes while freeing the resulting E-fields andpassing them out of the core. In short, the permeability of the specially selected core material automatically adjusted with the perturbation of the localized B-flux and nonlocalized A-potential, so that all the oscillating B-flux remained localized in the core. Further, the highly layered nanocrystalline material produced essentially no eddy currents at all, hence no heating, even in the presence of dramatic B-flux oscillation and dramatic E-field intensities in the surrounding uncurled A-potential space and in the output (secondary) coils of the transformer section of the MEG.

The absolute proof that the core changed its permeability was in the lack of a phase lag between voltage and current in the output from the output coils. Here a remarkable thing was observed: the output current was in phase with the output voltage, within about 2°. In short, under certain circumstances the output coils wound around the nanocrystalline core would exhibit essentially a purely E-field interaction, with only minuscule B-field leakage — something deemed impossible in the typical electrodynamics textbook. This meant that the excess E-fields produced by the perturbed A-potential in space outside the core also reacted with the output coil's conduction electrons in a purely electrical manner! This was because the B-fields locally produced in the output coils by the interacting changing E-fields, were infact instantly drawn into the core material as they were produced, and were held there so they did not react in magnetic fashion with the electrons in the output current from the secondarycoils.

So this is a dramatic localization of Faraday's law of induction. Consequently, one entire group of embodiments of the MEG uses a purely electrical interaction with the secondary (output) coils of the transformer section.212 Or more exactly, the core material draws in all the magnetic fields from the reactions of the output coils, leaving only the electrical reaction outside the core — including in the coil conductors, which obviously are wound outside the core material.

On the other hand, the perturbed localized magnetic B-flux inside the core material did produce the normal E-field to be expected, as a function of the time-rate of change of the B-field. Such an E-field is not localized in the core material, but extends outside the core and interacts with the electrons in the output secondary coils of the MEG's transformer section. Again, the magnitude of this E-field is a function of the time-rate of perturbation of the localized B-field flux in the core.

The nanocrystalline core also has excellent high frequency response, with negligible eddy currents. Thus we can "fine tune" the engineering of the rise time and decay time of the input perturbation pulses.

Hence we accomplish several kinds of "gated energy amplification" in the MEG: (i) the amplified magnitude of the external E-field interacting with the external collectors (such as the output secondary coils) due to perturbation of the nonlocalized external uncurled A-potential, (ii) the amplified magnitude of an additional E-field interacting with the external collectors (such as the output secondary coils) due to perturbation of the localized internal B-field flux inside the core material, (iii) a large number of additional derivatives of higher order B-fields and E-fields are formed and utilized, and (iv) adding additional collectors (either coils wound on the core or external "receiving antenna circuits" produces additional power for heavier loads, for a given perturbation input.

We had exhibited a cored output coil with a remarkable adaptation of the AB effect. Essentially the output of the secondary coil was driven by the large electric field component created from the uncurled A-potential perturbations and by the large electric field component created from the B-field flux perturbations inside the core. This peculiar transformer-like section operated from the E-field fluxes emerging or produced outside the

212 Again we accent that the magnetic field reactions do occur, and the B-fields are in fact produced. But the resulting B-fields are also extracted into the core material and localized therein. Even the magnetic B-fields produced in the input and output coils themselves, is so localized and not allowed to interact with the electron currents through the coils to produce the conventional 90° phase lag between voltage and current.

transformer core material, rather than from the magnetic field flux being produced and oscillated inside the core material itself.

Obviously we had found a remarkable but legitimate COP>1.0 process and embodiment — in fact, a whole set of them. We had also invented a new kind of "transformer" or energy generator-transducer.

From that we progressed to discovering ways to a dual use of both the perturbed B-flux in the core and the E-fields from the perturbed A-potential outside the core. To first order, that turned out to be fairly simple: any changing B-flux inside the core material and thus inside the output (secondary) coils of the transformer section, produces not only B-field which is held and localized, but also the changes of this local "pinned" B-field further produces E-field oscillations which are not pinned in the core. Hence the electric field half of a normal transformer action could and did occur in the secondary coils, but the magnetic field half did not occur in the coils themselves. The MEG used and uses a nearly pure E-field interaction in the output coils of its transformer section secondary, where that net interacting E-field comes from a variety of E-field generating mechanisms.

We filed our first patent, and then filed a second patent application soon after. Presently we are preparing to file our third and fourth patent applications on additional phenomenology and mechanisms uncovered in our experiments. As we are writing this section, our first patent has issued {37}.

In the view of the present author, we have uncovered a remarkable new application of the Aharonov-Bohm effect and the geometric phase, one that is practical and eminently useful in novel new electrical power systems.

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