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Tesla coils , is it a Negative resistance pump?
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Looking into Negative Resistance, is it possible that a Tesla coil could be considered as a Negative Resistor pump? Maybe it's just me , but the concept of the Magnifying Transmitter seems to be about Negative Resistance ? Just a musing of thoughts , wondering what others think on this subject. ????
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(06-07-2024, 06:55 AM)Uniongarage Wrote: Looking into Negative Resistance, is it possible that a Tesla coil could be considered as a Negative Resistor pump? Maybe it's just me , but the concept of the Magnifying Transmitter seems to be about Negative Resistance ? Just a musing of thoughts , wondering what others think on this subject. ????

There is negative resistance at the welding arc and at the tunnel diode as well.
But to maintain it, you need energy from a power source.
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(06-07-2024, 06:55 AM)Uniongarage Wrote: Looking into Negative Resistance, is it possible that a Tesla coil could be considered as a Negative Resistor pump? Maybe it's just me , but the concept of the Magnifying Transmitter seems to be about Negative Resistance ? Just a musing of thoughts , wondering what others think on this subject. ????

Have you watched any of Fausto's videos regarding negative resistance?

He has a four part video series from two weeks ago regarding negative resistance

https://www.youtube.com/@FaustoGomes/videos

Also worth looking into regarding negative resistance is MTech Industries

https://www.youtube.com/@MTECHINDUSTRIES2022/videos

Master Ivo could further your understanding as well

https://www.youtube.com/@MasterIvo/videos

Might be of interest to you, Uniongarage
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I have , but I'm looking into the quantum theory of how this idea works. Casmir effect ? Being able to extract negative energy from the quanta or field.

My theory is , the Tesla Stout Copper Bar (aka ) Hair pin experiment is a good example of using pressure to create a vacuum in the aether field. It works like a carburetor.
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negative resistance would seem to imply that this resistance wouldadd or increase current from a source, beyond say zero resistance. if we have a coil, the tiny capacitance between turns gets charged first limited by the resistance with cemf at max, thus no immediate current flow other than charging that capacirance. then due to the resistance, input overcomes the cemf tillfull current is reached.

a bifi coil capacitance is much greater and takes on the charge nearly immediately limited by only the resistance. if you only apply input fo as long as it takes to energi e the capacitance and then remove the input, then the oscillation will begin. and at its highest point. rinse then repeat

resonance increases eff. same as a tuned vented speaker box

mags
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If we set up a parallel resonance coil circuit , in as both coils are tank circuits on the same , say ferrous material, tuned to its resonant frequency. The primary coil acts as a almost perfect resistor the secondary coil is now is wide open to extract the energy from where? Think like a battery , as impedance goes up amperage goes down and voltage raises. Is it the magnetic field? Or is it mutual capacitance? Or both.
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