Aharonov-Bohm effect as zero-point energy concentrator

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Fighter posted this 23 May 2022

Hello,

This is the imported thread (from the old aboveunity site) about my experiment investigating the Aharonov-Bohm effect as zero-point energy concentrator:

 

For references I will keep the original posting date for every imported post.

Note: This thread is public, everyone can see it, even the visitors which are not members here.

For the posts made by former aboveunity members which are not members on our site I'll use a member placeholder named UndisclosedMember.

Regards,

Fighter

"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration."
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Jagau posted this 17 January 2024

Just for your information the Powerlite AMCC630 is 3 times cheaper with about same specs as Hitachi

https://eu.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Proterial/AMCC0630?qs=0lSvoLzn4L%2FosZBXog0vsg%3D%3D

Jagau

Fighter posted this 17 January 2024

There is a big difference: AMCC cores are amorphous while the core I bought is nanocrystaline just as the core Tom Bearden is talking about.

This was the main criteria I searched before buying: to be clearly specified it's nanocrystaline.

The one I've bought is made by Hitachi, seems the ones available now on Mouser are made by Proterial and from what I see it's not specified anywhere if the actual ones are nanocrystaline or not.

I'm posting a zoomed photo from this post where it's showing Hitachi Metals as manufacturer:

So it's a good thing I have this one made by Hitachi because I'm 100% sure it's nanocrystaline !

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Fighter

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Nikola Tesla
Jagau posted this 17 January 2024

Yes your are right, Powerlite is Amorphous and Hitachi is nanocrytaline , here a definition of each

Amorphous  


Metglas® is an amorphous metal, Amorphous metals do not have crystalline structure like other magnetic materials. All the atoms in an amorphous metal are randomly arranged, thus giving it a higher resistivity (about three times) value than that for crystalline counterparts. Amorphous alloys are prepared by cooling the melt at about million degrees per second. This fast cooling does not give the atoms enough time to rearrange into stable crystalline form. As a result one gets metastable amorphous structure. Because of the absence of crystalline structure amorphous alloys are magnetically soft (lower coercivity, lower core loss, higher permeability). High resistivity gives lower loss at higher frequencies. The losses are among the lowest of any known magnetic materials.

 

Nanocrystalline

Nanocrystalline or Finemet® Nanocrystalline - The precursor of FINEMET® Nanocrystalline is amorphous ribbon (non-crystalline) obtained by rapid quenching at one million °C/second from the molten metal consisting of Fe, Si, B and small amounts of Cu and Nb. These crystallized alloys have grains which are extremely uniform and small, "about ten nanometers in size". Amorphous metals which contain certain alloy elements show superior soft magnetic properties through crystallization. It was commonly known that the characteristics of soft magnetic materials are "larger crystal grains yield better soft magnetic properties". Contrary to this common belief, soft magnetic material consisting of a small, "nano-order", crystal grains have excellent soft magnetic properties.

 

 

 

 

The rmain difference is:

Metglas offers low core loss in the 1000 Hz to 20,000 Hz range while Nanomaterials extend the range to 100,000 Hz.

This is why i used Metglass material but it is my choice.

Jagau

Fighter posted this 17 January 2024

Yes, I'm attaching below the specs for Hitachi F3CC series and this is the section complying with my search criteria I did before buying (highlighted in the red rectangle):

It's a good thing I bought this one when it was available !

Regards,

Fighter

 

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Fighter posted this 18 January 2024

Metglas offers low core loss in the 1000 Hz to 20,000 Hz range while Nanomaterials extend the range to 100,000 Hz.

This is why i used Metglass material but it is my choice.

Absolutely, I also used Metglas while I tried to replicate MEG and also for ZPM's research and development.

But when I tried to replicate MEG I didn't had the information we have now: the video and the document where Bearden speaks about MEG using the Aharonov-Bohm effect and repeating multiple times about the usage of a nanocrystaline core.

That's why for this experiment (which definitely I must resume !) I was kind of forced to look for a nanocrystaline core.

Fighter

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Nikola Tesla
Fighter posted this 20 January 2024

For later reference, just in case will be needed.

Since the cores made by Hitachi are not available anymore on TME (it was replaces by the ones made by Proterial) seems there is another site which still have this kind of cores here.

Fighter

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Fighter posted this 02 March 2024

Hello,

As a personal note I'm adding here a very important correction for my understanding in how Tom Bearden's MEG is using the Aharonov Bohm.

More specific, the initial field around the core is not an electric field (E) but an uncurled magnetic vector potential (Ā). In order to convert it to an electric field (E) we need to perturb it using pulses sent to the small input coils placed on the top side of MEG (indicated by red arrows in the image below):

I was under the (wrong) impression that we have already an electric field (E) around the core produced by the Aharonov Bohm effect. Well, it seems we need some very short pulses in some small coils in order to convert the uncurled Ā field to E field. This is the way Tom Bearden used that unlimited energy in the Ā field (because it's continually replenished by the Zero-Point field) to make his MEG go COP 5 overunity.

And some data this correction is based on:

  • A screenshot from Tom Bearden's video posted in this thread:

  • And some data from Tom Bearden's explanation document (attached below to this post):

 Regards,

Fighter

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