Directory: Geoffrey S. Miller's Key: GSM Tube Core

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July 2, 2015 ~20 GMT

Often, it's the simplest things that can make the biggest difference.

That would seem to be the case with Directory:Geoffrey S. Miller's Energybat Labs GSM Tube Core (GSM = Geoff's initials).

Instead of using solid iron, he uses a hollow, slit iron (steel) core in his coils. This is the key difference in his systems and replications of other people's work, such as Newman, Keppe, and Eklund. This is his discovery.

No one from our audience was able to guess what this key was, through the past week, when I issued a challenge to see if anyone could figure it out by looking at the photos and videos. Clues included: "You can see it very clearly in the two previous videos. It is so simple that it can be described with just two words."" str="He came up with it a couple of years ago when he was being too lazy to go across the shop to get something for his coil, and he used something else nearby, and it ended up working VERY WELL." ["></pesn>

In another variation to the solid iron core rod, a Bedini SG Coil calls for forming the iron core out of a bunch of nails cut to size, clustered in a group, to reduce eddy currents and overheating. But Geoff's Bedini SG uses the GSM Tube Core in the generator coils to recharge the front end battery. The Lenz-law back torque induced by the load current through the generator coil seems to be lessened by the hollow core. Geoff’s version of the SG thereby achieves overunity so that excess energy can be generated (extracted) from the wheelwork of nature.

Geoff thinks the reason this GSM Tube Core works is that the hollow tube serves as a wave guide to amplify the incoming magnetic resonance.

One of the problems that solid iron cores create is cogging and saturation. It's hard to turn the magnets by them because of their attraction to the cores. On the other hand, magnets slip right by the hollow core with virtually no resistance whatsoever.

Try it. Pass a magnet by a solid iron shaft, and you can feel the cogging resistance -- if you can do it without the magnet hooking up to the rod. Then do the same thing with a hollow iron (steel) tube. It passes right by, without hardly even noticing the tube. But if you bring the magnet up to the tube slowly, its will fasten to the tube, magnetically, as you would expect. As demonstrated on the SG generator coils, the hollow core also seems to lessen the Lenz-law back torque with the generator under load. 'Think of the ramifications of nearly resistance-less generators.'

Geoff has a test motor that enables him to simultaneously compare different core/coil types. The motor has eight large ferrite magnets that turn with a hand crank, with eight positions for stationary core/coils around the perimeter. Each can be wired to an LED bulb that lights up once sufficient current is generated.

You can see from this test jig that the GSM Tube Core begins producing sufficient current at much lower speeds than other core/coil types, such as metglass, which is supposed to be the leader in such capabilities.

Variations: The tube coil does not need to be circular. It can be oval, square, triangular, or other shapes. Hollow and nominally thin are pretty much the only criteria. Geoff demonstrates how tubes that are longer than the coil section work even better. Much longer work tubes work even better. At some point, there is a trade off in size and weight but in terms of function, the longer the tube, the better it works -- the sooner (slower speed) it generates current in his test jig. Having a slit up the tube prevents eddy currents in the tube, further increasing the function of the system. But even without a slit/cut/opening, the tube generates very little eddy currents resulting in heat.

All of the variables and their exact contribution to overall efficiency/effectiveness need to be studied and characterized. What is the ideal thickness ratio of the tube? What is the ideal shape? What is the contribution of the length of the tube? Geoff welcomes input and suggestions, but even more than that, he welcomes open participation.

Geoff is making this available via an open license (patent pending, to enforce and preserve rights). He requests that a 5% royalty be remitted on all commercial sales (plans, translations, kits, components, completed systems, manufacturing, franchises, etc.) to EnergyBat Labs. A license contract does not have to be in place first in order to launch any venture. Anyone can pursue this, without restrictions. But if you sell something, then you are obliged to remit the 5% royalty. Simple.

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About an hour after I linked up this story in our news, I got a call from Geoff. He said that about three years ago when he first got the EnergyBat lab facility, to purchased a pair of shoes that he's been wearing since then.

But it wasn't until just now, as he was putting on his shoes to go meet up with Col. Karl Zimmer (with Keppe group, US), that he noticed the name inside the shoes: "Core Technology." How funny! Totally unintentional and serendipitous.

I have very high expectations for how Karl is going to be able to help EnergyBat Labs. I'm thinking Karl will make a great leader for Geoff's business. He lives just 40 minutes away. Like Geoff, he, also, has been studying exotic free energy for decades, tinkering with stuff, building stuff. They're both grateful for PES' catalytic role in hooking them up.

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Latest: Directory:Geoffrey S. Miller's Energybat Labs > Events:Sterling D. Allan Visits EnergyBat Labs, June 18, 2015 > Directory: Geoffrey S. Miller's Key: GSM Tube Core - Instead of using solid iron, Geoff discovered that using a hollow, slit iron (steel) core in his coils is far more effective in inducing current. The GSM Tube Core uses far less material, weighs much less, and works a lot better. (PESWiki July 2, 2015)
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Latest: Directory:Geoffrey S. Miller's Energybat Labs > Events:Sterling D. Allan Visits EnergyBat Labs, June 18, 2015 > Joseph Newman Motor replications by Geoffrey Miller of Energybat Labs -- Historic and Recent - Geoff was the first to replicate the Newman Motor, for which accomplishment he was given a license to the technology. So far, he's built six versions, all of which work, three of which have Geoff's improvement on them. No one yet has figured out what that is. (PESN June 27, 2015)
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Latest: Directory:Geoffrey S. Miller's Energybat Labs > Events:Sterling D. Allan Visits EnergyBat Labs, June 18, 2015 > Overunity Keppe motor variant -- Teaser for tour of Geoffrey Miller's Energybat Labs - With a modification Geoff came up with to the coil, which is in most of his scores of variants of several inventors' technology, Geoff inputs just 2.4 Watts from a bank of twelve 9-V batteries in series (110-V) to his Keppe motor replica and is able to power an 11-Watt LED bulb at 2/3 capacity (~8 Watts output). (PESN June 26, 2015)


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