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Directory:Flynn Parallel Path principle device

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Experimental Set-up

Experimental set-up for the Directory:Joseph Flynn's Parallel Path technology.

Proposed by Sterling D. Allan, March 2, 2006. Affirmed by Mike Schuckel March 3, 2006.

See also: Directory:FPPP:Simple flux experiment presented by Tim Harwood.

Objective

The basic concept is really quite simple.

This device is meant to illustrate the following principle:

:'by aligning two magnetic fields to one side of a flux core, you can deliver 3.5x more units of magnetic force, than the electrical input alone could supply.'

This 4x phenomenon comes into place at a very narrow window of current and voltage flowing to the coils. Once the proper wattage is reached, the effect kicks in, and all the magnetic force is focused to one side. This results in the other end plate falling off (no more magnetic attraction there), and the focused end plate becoming very difficult to remove.

The following diagram represents the principle that this proof of concept device is designed to illustrate, and the essence of the test that needs to be performed.

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The objective is to replicate, demonstrate, and quantify this effect.

Procedure

The main components of the device are not glued together or otherwise fastened. The individual stacks, of course, are solid units, but the separate stacks are not fastened to each other but are held together magnetically.

To simplify these descriptions, we refer to the shape of the letter "H". The two vertical legs of the letter correspond to the wound laminant stacks (shaped like a rectangular bar) on the left and the right. The horizontal connect between corresponds to the magnet(s) placed between the two horizontal bars. The, on the top and bottom of the "H" are two "end plates" or "end laminant bars or stacks".

Tests

1) Test the mangnet strenth alone (how much force required to pull an end-plate laminant stack away from one magnet side.

a) magnet 1, pole N

b) magnet 1, pole S

c) magnet 2, pole N

d) magnet 2, pole S

2) Test the "H" configuraion with magnet 1 only in place between two wound (but not elctrically charged) stacks. See how much force is recquired to pull the end plate off.

a) magnet 1, only, between the two wound stacks

b) magnet 2, only, between the two wound stacks

c) magnets 1 and 2 in same polarity orientation between the two wound stacks

d) magnet 1 and 2 in opposite polarity between the two wound stacks

3) Test the configuration with the two wound stacks progressively charged to the point that the Flynn PPMT effect kicks in, and one of the two end stacks falls off, and the other is held in place with mutliplied force.

4) Test the same configuration and voltage setting, but with the two magnets of opposite orientation (N/S S/N) between the electrically charged laminant stacks, to show that the Flynn effect does not kick in.

5) Characterize the window of "voltage in" at which the Flynn effect holds true, and the strength of attraction at the edges of the window, versus toward the middle of the window and identify the strongest position.

6) Characterize the force required to pull the end plate off before and after the above-mentioned window, at voltage/currents below the window and above it.

7) Reverse the current going to the coils and show that the same holds true for the end plate on the other end.

Repeat

Repeat the experiment several times, to determine the reproducability of the results and to calculate the standard deviation (e.g. accuracy or lack thereof) of your technique.

Results

Record the results from each of the test arrangements.

[PES Network is in process of conducting these experiments with the device constructed by Mike Schuckel. Results pending.]

See also

Directory:FPPP:Simple flux experiment

- Directory:Flynn Parallel Path principle device

- Parallel Path forum

- Directory:Joseph Flynn's Parallel Path technology

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- Main Page

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