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Three ways of magnetizing an iron spiral as a flux capacitor, per patent.

The Flux Capacitor Project is about creation of a vector inversion oscillator, and mapping its resonant dwell.

Much information on the vector inversion effect is available. However, the topic remains esoteric in the general population, as military weaponry and high-energy physics are the only industries commonly designing with such knowledge.

This development is examining vector inversion as a ferrous four-layer (soft iron[1]) sandwiched with dual insulating layers (plastic) to make a dual-transmission line.

When rolled up, this dual, center-tapped spiral transmission line is a common design among several patents since the early 1960-s, such as the Spiral flux capacitor.

With iron in the design, frequencies are limited to lower frequencies due to the thermal heating of iron in alternating current.

Iron-less design of a Vector inversion autotransformer was designed and used to study plasma streamers, built for a USAEC funded study, 1967.

This project will examine both devices. The focus of learning is to enable iron-less auto-transformers to operate at lower voltages in self-resonance. In this scenario, dielectric-heating is a glass ceiling in design power levels.

Lower voltage tests will also confirm whether the magnetic-induction effect on dielectrically stored charge is even detectable.

If the effect is lost at lower voltages, will higher frequencies be detectable?

Square rising edges will optimize possible vector inversion effect at somewhat lower voltage levels.

potential Flux cap assembly material vendors

Magnetic sheilding is akin to mu-metal

Soft magnetic sheet easily magnetizes. However, the iron spiral of the flux cap remains in the same polarity whether charging or discharging. Therefore, permanence in a ferrous material is less important, while optimal magnetizability may be key. The numbers should develop with the know.

Status: thoughts organizing, considering test-materials and target reactance

Project scope: share forward, open-source, live development (bucket list speed)

Interested? talk to Don aght groupKOS doght cφm about a video of the project for each of our YouTube channels, etc.

The dirt An iron-dielectric-iron-dielectric spiral roll is studied for the cross-dielectric transfer that amounts to magnetic-dielectric transformation. And the transformation is reversible.

Study interest points to finding how low the voltage level in the flux capacitor can go and remain of some usefulness as a snap-over, or pulse-compressing magnetic-dielectric voltage transformer.

An ironless plastic and aluminum foil double-capacitor wrap on a plastic rod could put extra reach on voltage levels for buck-boost power-supply designs. Consider something like a USB powered neon sign (5vdc boost-converted with flux-capacitor to around a kilovolt, e.g.) Useful for engineering is a precise control of the 'when' of a fast dV/dt with common low-voltage power-switching transistors driving ironless designs over a megahertz for high efficiency. (Conversion efficiencies passed 95% when time-compressing output pulses of Marx generators.)

The physics is similar to the

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  1. Soft iron: galvanized steel strapping, #30 gauge thickness, is an affordable testing candidate.