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RLC series circuit is popular as an electric oscillation circuit.

In this circuit, on the condition that the switch turns on after the capacitor is charged, when the oscillating current occurs as the following .

The conditions are;

e is the base of natural logarithm, e = 2.7182

α is the attenuation constant, α = R/2L ( the reciprocal of the time constant )

The current becomes the damped oscillation shown in CHART11

The actual experimental machine is mentioned in CHART16.

**NEGATIVE INDUCTOR**
Sample of the magnetic core used in the negative inductor, the solenoid-type. Double coils wind around the cylinder electrifying in negative.

(CHART 7) A single cylinder (electrifying in negative) A double cylinders (the inner cylinder electrifying in positive, and the outer cylinder in negative)

(CHART 8) The magnetic core used in the negative inductor, the troidal-type. The inner cylinder is electrified into negative, and the outer cylinder is electrified into positive. The noninductive electric wire are placed on the surface of the inner cylinder along the circumference in the direction of the axis. The non-inductive electric wire are not placed on the outer cylinder. For free electrons flowing in the direction of the axis of the cylinder, the electrifying double cylinders are equal to a troidal coil.

(CHART 9) Setting metallic balls which are electrified into negative, symmetrically around the axis of the double coils (non-inductive coil). Setting other smaller metallic ball which is electrified into positive, on the axis detached from the coil. Because the non-inductive coil doesn't generate the magnetic field, at the viewpoint of the free electrons flowing in the coiled wire, there is nothing but the magnetic field caused by the electrifying balls in circular motion. This relative magnetic field pierces the coil, and induces an opposite self-induction phenomenon.

**The Self-Excited Generator**RLC series circuit is popular as an electric oscillation circuit.

In this circuit, on the condition that the switch turns on after the capacitor is charged, when the oscillating current occurs as the following .

The conditions are;

e is the base of natural logarithm, e = 2.7182

α is the attenuation constant, α = R/2L ( the reciprocal of the time constant )

The current becomes the damped oscillation shown in CHART11

CHART11 damped oscillation

When the resistance R=0, the attenuation constant α = 0. In this situation, the current becomes the sustained oscillation shown in CHART12

CHART12 sustained oscillation

Then, in the RLC series circuit, on the condition that the inductance L is negative, what kind of current flows? Interestingly, is a negative value, and the increased oscillation shown in CHART13 occurs under the conditions to oscillate satisfied. At this time, according to the equation 1, because the number in the radical sine is negative, the value of current becomes an imaginary number. In other words, the motions of free electrons follow an imaginary time.

CHART13 increased oscillation

Provided that the imaginary current of I (A) flows for t seconds as our real time in a circuit which has resistance of R the heat quantity H (J) generating from the circuit should be negative according to the Joule's law, .

In the RLC series circuit whose total inductance is negative because of the Negative Inductor, an imaginary current with the increased oscillation flows. By this imaginary current, the circuit is cooled down.

CHART15 is an experimental circuit to generate the electric power. The use of the symmetric silicon switch (SSS) whose breakover voltage is about 60 V, prevents high voltage, electric discharges and short-circuits, and provides the stable output.

The actual experimental machine is mentioned in CHART16.

CHART16 - SELF-EXCITED GENERATOR

The self-induction phenomenon brought by the acceleration of the electric charges is a relative phenomenon occuring by the relative acceleration between these and other electric charges. When the relative acceleration exist between the same kind of electric charges, the negative energy can be stored in the relative magnetic field. In applying the phenomenon, the negative inductor can be made. It is possible to make the negative inductor easily by electrifying the back of the non-inductive coil into negative.

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