In the 1980s, long before my computer days, i experimented with simple AC energizing of coils. This was one of my earliest curiosities. What would happen with multiple axes or multi axis coils. Each coil at varied angles, but with the same centroids. Two or more connected in series and one or more coil(s) as a 'pickup' coil. The input waveform was observed along with the output waveform. For the most part the output bore distinct harmonics . One day i placed a small magnet inside -- It spun around vigorously. This tennis ball form work, for my multiaxial, also allowed inserting other coils inside. All for my fascination with induction. One day i placed a small magnet inside, energized it with weak AC (such as low volt, low amp current from utility). The magnet vigorously spun around. My expectation was that this was simply due to intermittent engagement with multiple axes, (of the multiple coils).
In those days, my rural isolation left me to explore imagination with rare visits to small libraries or bookstores. Finally, i saw images of great resonance for me. It was labelled 'poloid', but since that time the word has been very clouded with extreme irrelevance. Google/Images to see what i mean. So i reworded many of my images. It seemed to me the typical disinfo efforts, on the web-- By those who want to discourage human experimentation of biaxial and multiaxial induction. This page explores one aspect which
is visually apparent in poloidal coil like structures.
(Below. CAD picture here suggests a cross section of a coil circuit).
of 3D computer graphics offers interesting evidence which is difficult
to explore otherwise. Poloidal coils can take a variety of forms.
In the following model many copies of the same "poloidal geometry"
are placed into grid arrangement. The first image (below), shows
an overhead view with zero angle of perspective, (axonometric).
The second image (below), shows
the same arrangement of poloidal coil like objects from a 40 degree
perspective view. An "open weave" is apparent on one
side of the poloidal coil, when viewed at particular angles.
The third image (below), will show
one of these poloids tilted to view at 66 degrees. Note "open"
weave on the left side and the "closed" weave on the
right side of the image.
The fourth image (below),shows the
same arrangement from a centered top view with a perspective angle
of 140 degrees. The intent of this view is to show that there
exists an "open weave" from all sides. For this particular
geometry, The necessary angle to align with the openness is near
Enersearch became interested in
this geometry to search for some sort of "loft" or possibly
a "turbine" effect" which might be discovered.
Diverse areas of physics note poloidal geometry. Early in the
history of physics, mere toroidal geometry had been assumed,
(e.g.: the earths magnetic field). Today, closer observation admits
that poloidal geometry might be a noteworthy area for closer
study. For comparison toroid coils are placed in a matrix , in
the picture below. The "open weave" appears on all side
equally of each toroid coil below.
Works which study poloidal geometry
include, (but are not limited to) : H. Alfven and others, also
summarized in the book " The Big Bang Never Happened",
by E. Lerner (Random House 1991).
In a context of perceiving nature's circuitry, pattern is to software
what structure is to hardware. As more of a geometric minded generalist
and less a math man , my calculations utilize pattern and structure,
(instead). . . . As a backyard scientist, my interest in physics
is mechanical, whether the science at hand speculates about the
infinitesimal or the nearly infinite. I've been trying to write
a summary of experiments done here at Enersearch, analyzing effects
of analog- electronic coils configured in patterns which you can
find throughout this site. More later.
Click here for a visual
comparison of poloidal and toroidal structure.
Also: click here to see relation
of biaxial toroid to the tetrahedron.
A first animation effort
depicting "particles orbiting in a poloidal circuit",
(albeit an incomplete3D viewing).
More animations coming, tune in
Also: See my "hyper
spiralling, concentric spherical weave", which also,potentially
has "windmill/ generator" effects (for particles).
..... Research & Development Through Free Exchange of Ideas
Enersearch was incorporated in 1980 but never materialized financially. A synergy of concepts were developed and are reflected in the pages of this series. The synergy continues as a single handed effort of Bo Atkinson, in Maine, USA.
..Note: These pages are placed in the public domain and are furnished "as is". The author assumes no responsibility for the use or misuse of the concepts in this series. All pertaining laws should be satisfied, in duplicating or testing my concepts or descriptions, as are posted on my linked pages.
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