The Triode Capacitor and Other Curious Components

See Figure 6-17. In this rough concept by the present author, the notion is to implant a grid of very small copper wire mesh inside the dielectric and near one or both of the capacitor plates, and then to utilize grids as if they were grids of a triode tube, for gating and controlling the displacement current in the capacitor and the dielectric strain. As an example, when charging the capacitor, the grids can be used to increase the displacement current (which also increases the voltage on the capacitor and dielectric strain). This increases the charge and energy in the charged capacitor, without putting in as much "enhancement and gating" energy as the extra energy obtained in the charged capacitor. If desired, we can also incorporate the 2% Fe-doped Al wires in the grid, or connected to it, to further move the grid toward a "pure current-free potential" operation.

The scheme is that a voltage on this grid will intercept only a small current during charging of the capacitor, but can have an appreciable voltage upon it. The charging potential is placed across the capacitor, and simultaneously the grid has a similar potential placed upon it. The external source of charging potential is then disconnected, and the capacitor charges with more energy rearranged in its circuit than the energy one dissipates in the grid. The similarity to an old vacuum tube triode is apparent. For the purist, additional grids with tetrode and pentode functions can also be added.

One or more inventors has unwittingly tried to approach this in one way or another, but have not directly incorporated this schema and have not used the grid. They do not seem to have obtained positive results with those different schemas without the grid, nor have they specified the difficulties and phenomenology encountered, etc. We were curious about possible results of combining this (the triode grid in the capacitor) with the known elimination of capacitor losses by appropriate pulse charging {406a-b}. It seems that experimentation and research with the triode capacitor and its variations is definitely indicated.

We were also curious about the Davis non-inductive resistor {407a}, which is a special kind of "capacitor" that becomes an inductance-free resistor. One may argue that the resistor may be multiply inductive after all, though it is net noninductive. It may well be "equally and oppositely inductive," which is quite a different thing altogether, since it produces an artificial stress potential (and in the presence of AC, it produces a longitudinal EM stress field wave) in spacetime even though it produces a net zero reactance. In short, it produces a Lorentz-regauging, directly, and this can be a varying Lorentz regauging producing longitudinal EM stress waves. Whether this odd characteristic can be utilized in a COP>1.0 process remains to be seen. Preliminary indications are that it can be so utilized.

The various versions of the biwound coil, wound with two conductors at once and then the currents passed through the conductors in opposite directions, also presents interesting capabilities. Here again, it is multiply inductive, but may be tuned and adjusted to be net noninductive. We strongly suggest comparison with the well-known hairpin dual dipole antenna.

In short, this biwound coil arrangement — with various variations — can produce (and modulate) a magnetostatic scalar stress potential in the local vacuum and, in the case of AC, a longitudinal EM wave. This would appear to be a direct change (and oscillation) of the stress potential of the vacuum itself, which can be decomposed via the Whittaker process into a harmonic set of phase conjugate longitudinal EM wavepairs. The potential longitudinal EM wave communication possibilities can be seen, although one might require a Fogal transistor to receive the longitudinal EM wave modulations of such signals.

Further work in this area of unusual capacitors and components is left to the interested reader for his or her experimentation and research.

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