Potential Energy Shuttling in a Circuit

The net result is to "shuttle" the (stress) potential energy back and forth in the circuit, between the ends. See Figure 4-7. When this stress potential energy shuttling is done at the natural (or tuned) resonant frequency of that single wire circuit as an oscillator, the monopolar charge transfer is optimized and amplified by the resonance effect, with an increase in the energy being shuttled. It is this type of Tesla single wire circuit that can in theory exhibit COP>1.0.

Tesla's single wire system also forces the change of energy between internal energy and external energy. A deeper analysis will also involve Dirac sea hole current effects as well as lifting of electrons from the Dirac Sea and combination of unobservable Dirac sea holes and electrons without radiation. However, we leave that for the advanced theorists. A taste of it is included in Chapter 9.

open capacitor Note: System is designed with open capacitor to change field a certain resonant frequency to change field energy into At that frequency, the current can energy into stress potential become mostly "squeeze" stress potential energy and "relax" as a standing wave energy emerges and stabilizes open capacitor Note: System is designed with open capacitor to change field a certain resonant frequency to change field energy into At that frequency, the current can energy into stress potential become mostly "squeeze" stress potential energy and "relax" as a standing wave energy emerges and stabilizes

Whether COP>1 0 or not depends on successful additive collection and use of the Heaviside nondiverged energy flow component due to the multipass and reflection operation

Figure 4-7 Tesla's resonant single wire circuit operation.

But is there any evidence for this "shuttling" of the monopolar potential in Tesla's circuits? Yes, there is, and indeed some of Tesla's patented circuits do exhibit such energy shuttling in them, as rigorously shown by Barrett {124, 286a, 286b}.

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