VIDEO 13 HOW CREATED ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD ENERGY PERFORMS POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE WORK OVERUNITY

welcome back to the potential difference research lab in this video we are going to demonstrate how energy can be created and why electromagnetic field energy is a source of energy which is created around a current bearing wire and so what we're going to be doing in this demonstration is we're going to use the electromagnetic field that's created around the region region X generator coil to increase the kinetic energy of the system we're going to use the the electromagnetic field energy to perform positive work to in order to increase the kinetic energy of the system and you'll be able to you'll be able to see the kinetic energy of the system increase and so the electromagnetic field energy that's created around the region X generator coil will perform positive work it will increase the kinetic energy of the system when the coil is operated above the critical minimum frequency of operation and then below the critical minimum frequency of operation the electromagnetic field energy which is created will perform negative work and it will decelerate the system when operated below the quit minimum frequency of the coil the work-energy principle states that the change in kinetic energy of an object or system is equal to the net work done on that system and energy is the currency required to perform work in any direction positive work is system acceleration and negative work positive work is system acceleration and kinetic energy increase and negative work is system deceleration and kinetic energy reduction well we'll also be demonstrating is that when the regenexx generator coil we're going to be charging a battery so here's our battery voltage and then we'll be able to see that the current that we're sending to the battery and what I'll do is we'll see a kinetic energy increase when the system when we're operating above the critical minimum frequency of the coil will see a kinetic energy increase we'll see positive work being performed while we are recharging the Eevee's batteries and then we'll see even more positive work being performed when we short out the coil so the the higher the magnitude of current that flows in the coil the stronger the magnetic field and the the greater the increase in kinetic energy when you add a battery to the circuit between between the coil and itself you you increase the resistance and you reduce the current that's flowing and the positive work performed by the electromagnetic field energy is reduced the magnitude of kinetic energy increase or decrease the magnitude of the work performed positive or negative is a function of the the magnitude of the current that's flowing in the coil and if the current is decreased the magnitude of work performed will also be decreased so let's fire up the system and again it's pretty loud so hopefully we'll catch everything [Music] [Applause] now our system is Danny States the [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] now [Music] well [Music] [Music] [Music] [Applause] [Applause] [Music] the rejects generator of coil performs the electromagnetic field energy that's created around the region X generator coil performs positive work creates a complementary electromagnetic torque which accelerates the system and increases the kinetic energy of the system and according to the work energy principle which states that any kinetic energy increase requires a source of energy this identifies the electromagnetic field energy as a source of energy that's created and above the critical minimum frequency of operation we achieve system acceleration and positive work being performed and then below the critical minimum frequency the same magnetic field energy performs negative work reduces the kinetic energy of the system creates a counter electromagnetic torque which is which exists in all electric generators and also above the critical minimum frequency of operation the generator operates infinite efficiency when it's recharging the battery meaning that the prime mover does not need to supply any additional power to the to the drive shaft which goes to the generator and below the critical minimum frequency the generator operates at below below a hundred percent efficiency which means that when the generator delivers power to the load the prime mover input increases and prime mover delivers additional mechanical power in the generators driveshaft so the next video actually will be the the rejects coil equivalent circuit and what happens as the coil transitions from below the minimum frequency of operation to above and that's the next video that's coming up next so thanks and stay tuned Cheers

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