Free Energy From Pulsed DC Transformer

Woo-Woo Discussion in 'Twilight Zone' started by leofree, Jan 7, 2018.

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    leofree

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    Hi
    What do you think about a transformer pulsed with DC current and use parallel path magnets to reinforce magnetic induction?
    This quick pulsed DC generate exploited Back EMF After switching.
    The magnet redirect magnetic flux.
    Thanks for your constructive criticism.
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    Chemelec

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    I Suggest you Build it, Than try to find any Free Energy.
     
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    Flanders and Swan "Its entropy man"
     
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    Stop wasting your own time and ours.

    (that's genuine 100% constructive criticism)
     
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    Exploiting "Back EMF After switching" is called a flyback power supply. This was invented in the late 1800's, so you are about 118 years late.

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    Switch mode power supplies use this principle, you can get an efficiency of 80% or if you are very good 90%. You cannot get a COP of greater than 1, there are always losses.
     
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    thread closed and moved to woo woo section
     
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