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Fri Sep 25, 2009 8:44 am PostPost subject: Faraday dynamo/ The N-machine / Tesla's version
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Harvey, do you have any experience with any of these devices?
There seems to be a bit of info out there, and some conflicting.
Any thoughts?

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Well I suppose these are touchy subjects

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Somehow I missed this post until today. I just posted in another thread - feel free to copy it and paste it here.

Other than some rudimentary tests and some general homopolar experiments I have not even started on any N machine experiments although I would like to.

I have to refresh myself on Tesla's version - I've read...well more like skimmed it before, but I was looking for something else at the time and it didn't stick.

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Hey Harvey
Teslas version had circular magnets like large speaker magnets, on each side, covering the whole disk. Also the disk was cut into a spiral from the center out, which had the effect as to reinforce the magnets fields there by substantially increasing the current output the faster it was spun.
Here is a page on it
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/tesla/esp_tesla_25.htm
There are more out there also, but this one sorta covers the good stuff on other things too.
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