Many times we are talking about the resonance frequency when describing our devices.
But do we really understand what natural resonance frequency really means and what advantages it provides to our devices ?
Any object have a natural resonance frequency. When two objects have the same resonance frequency we can see both reacting in the same way when we do a action on one of them.
Let's start with sound resonance frequency:
The input used to produce the sound is the same. But when the frequency of the sound is not matching the resonance frequency of the glass there is no energy produced in the glass so the input energy is wasted.
But when the frequency of the sound is matching the resonance frequency of the glass there is so much energy produced in the glass that it is destroyed.
Notice how the input energy is the same in both situations but the wood stick starts to jump around only at the natural resonance frequency of the glass !
We can see the force applied to the first object is the same every time. But at resonance frequency there is action at distance with no physical contact. Both objects are reacting like both of them are hit !
So we saw what natural sound resonance frequency means for some objects made of glass or metal.
But think what natural magnetic resonance means for the devices we're building and experimenting with !
Everything in our devices have its own natural magnetic resonance. Coils, cores, everything...
You want to know how to use the natural resonance of the coils to multiply the input energy without actually affecting the input or even decresing the input ? Just like I shown in my experiements with ZPM and also our members shown with their ZPM replications ?
Below is a 30 minutes video showing you how to do exactly that. The video on YouTube is here but just to make sure we'll still have it even if it disappears from YouTube I've made a copy of it and I uploaded it on our server.
While you watch it always please keep looking at the power meter showing the energy used for input.
Even if it's a long video I guarantee you gonna learn a lot about the natural frequency of the coils and how we can use it in our devices to our advange and to have multiple output loads without affecting the input or even decreasing the input. You'll not gonna regret any minute spent watching this demonstration:
So, after watching the video, what do you think ? How many loads can we have on output without affecting the input ? 😉
Remember what one of our great teachers, Tom Bearden, told us: "Don't kill the dipole !". Now, after learning all these about the natural resonance frequency, it gives a whole new meaning/understanding to Tom's advice, isn't it ?..
Now we can understand better what's going on in our devices at resonance frequency and how to use it in our experiments !
Edit: I'm adding here a link related to resonance frequency. Sorry, I forgot about it when I created this post:
Quoting a fragment from the reference link above:
“Standing waves don't form under just any circumstances. They require that energy be fed into a system at an appropriate frequency. That is, when the driving frequency applied to a system equals its natural frequency. This condition is known as resonance. Standing waves are always associated with resonance. Resonance can be identified by a dramatic increase in amplitude of the resultant vibrations.
|"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration."|