The TEP is Parametric !

by Fred B. Epps

Created on 01 September 97

Date :   01/09/1997 20:32:40   
From: (Fred Epps)
Hi Jean-louis and others in the TEP team!
Your new "nonreciprocal" experiments completely corroborate my new theory
on TEP operation.  
The key to my theory is a statement made by someone on the list to the
effect that when L3 is "on" the system as a whole is NOT noninductive.  L3
supports one of the windings of the TEP coil so that it has a finite
inductance.  When L3 is switched "off" the TEP coil returns to its natural
noninductive state.
The L thus goes back and forth between a value typical of a usual coil to
the very low value of a bifilar coil.  This provides the mechanism of
parametric pumping according to the formula E= 1/2Li^2 (as the L goes to
zero the energy in the coil must expand in order to maintain conservation
The TEP is the fulfillment of my dream of a parametric energy source.  It
is a better scheme than my "switched bifilar" device, which can be
forgotten. The TEP needs only a few small modifications and it will be
overunity to an extreme degree!
Since the change in L is very large, the magnification of energy is
TREMENDOUS.  The energy seen in the TEP output does not derive from the L3
coil at all, but simply comes from the amplification of small noise
voltages in the TEP coil.  These voltages are probably in the milivolt if
not microvolt range so the parametric amplification is at least 10,000
times for the circuit describe by you.
Jean-louis, operating this circuit in DC form means you are running it in
its LEAST efficient form! If the output circuit is resonant, the
amplification will be applied to the voltage of the previous cycle and the
energy gain will be ASTRONOMICAL!  I am ABSOLUTELY sure of this!  It will
be necessary to put resistive heating elements in the circuit to dissipate
energy and high current wire will be needed!
It is true that the input must be a DC pulse because of how the device
operates (but even that limitation can be 
overcome--see below).  But it is not true that the OUTPUT circuit must be
gated by diodes. No matter which way the current flows in a resonant form
of your device, the L3 coil will support one field over the other and the
noninductive coil becomes inductive, which is all that is necessary for the
amplification to occur. Drawing 1 in the GIF shows the new design for the
TEP circuit-- it is obvious.

(I have drawn the TEP coil as a counterwound coil rather than a folded back
coil because it makes the energy flow easier to see-- for me at least-- but
the principle is the same.) 
The TEP is completely nonreciprocal because not only is there no inductive
output from the TEP coil, the amplification occurs when L3 is turned OFF. 
There is no way that the voltage generated in the TEP coil can affect the
off state of the driver!
If TWO TEP coils are built, then the INPUT circuit can also be made
resonant by the simple expedient of making it a tank circuit and passing
the positive and negative halves of the sine wave through two gated
branches, each of which contains a TEP coil.  This is shown in drawing 2.

[I forgot to put in the "CW" and "CCW" notations in this picture].  This
will result in a little loading of the input because the output L will be
changing as the input is still "on", but this disadvantage will be
compensated by the much lower energy needed to maintain the input.
There are other factors.  Inclusion of a LINEAR magnetic material in the
TEP core will increase the parametric amplification even more because the
depth of variation of the L in each cycle will be increased greatly.  I
suggest a LINEAR material so that the output waveform will still be a
typical parametric sine, ready for the power outlet :-)
Also-- the "overefficiency" of the circuit is limited by the intensity of
the magnetic field generated by L3, since it must be equal to the field
generated by one of the branches of the TEP according to my theory. "Large
coil" techniques could be used for this purpose.
The overunity nature of this device arises from the cancellation of the
fields in the TEP coil.  It is possible that "scalars" are generated by
this cancellation, but the cancellation itself allows for the change of
inductance without doing work. The question of HOW the magnetic field or
inductance is cancelled brings in the whole hornet's nest of scalar theory,
and undoubtably leads to the answer to the question "where is the energy
coming from?"

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