Modeling Energy Creation Dataset

Citation Author(s):
Andrew
Ward
Positive Electron Co
Submitted by:
Andrew Ward
Last updated:
Wed, 05/11/2022 - 17:24
DOI:
10.21227/rwda-jf54
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Abstract 

The law of conservation of energy has not been disproven. However, an inability to disprove this law is not proof of its validity. This article introduces a model, with the use of Ansys and MapleSim simulations, of how to create energy with a lagging current and a quasi-sinusoidal variance in a stator’s capacitance. That is, the stator’s mean capacitance is larger than its median, so that the top half of its waveform is larger than its bottom half. The device has two capacitive stators that are connected to a dc voltage, and a rotor with conductive segments, which incur electrostatic induction from the stator’s charge. The stator and dc voltage are connected in series with an electrical load and an oversized inductor. Upon rotation, a quasi-sinusoidal variance in the stator’s capacitance is established by the cyclical change in electrostatic induction within the segments. This variance in the stator’s capacitance, in combination with the oversized inductor, forms a lagging stator current. In turn, the stator charge’s corresponding peaks occur once while the stator’s capacitance is slowly decreasing, and once while the stator’s capacitance is quickly increasing. Therefore, a greater amount of torque is produced onto the rotor as the stator’s capacitance is increasing than when it is decreasing. This lagging current creates 6.58 W of mechanical average power, 10.77 W of electrical average power, and 1.11 W average power within its dc voltage source. This model provides evidence that energy can be created in opposition to the law of conservation energy.

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There are five downloadable .zip files associated with the article Energy Creation From a Lagging Current and a Quasi-Sinusoidal Variance in Capacitance.

  1. Graphs and Tables
    1. Excel files of all graphs and tables used within the article; each of which are labeled with their respective figure or table numbers.
  2. Data Files
    1. Raw, Excel files of Ansys and MapleSim's export and import files.
      1. Ansys Measurement Exports
      2. MapleSim Imports
      3. MapleSim Exports
      4. Ansys Imports
  3. CAD
    1. Raw, IronCad, CAD file and its exported .sat file which was imported into Ansys
  4. MapleSim 
    1. MapleSim Simulation save file. The fifteen variations have been saved, but the file can be used to test other variations as well.
  5. Ansys
    1. Ansys Simulation archive file. The best four of the fifteen variations were tested, and their results have been saved.
      1. Due to the size of this file only the best variations were tested with the assumption that if the best four were validated the others would be as well.
  6. Ansys Simulation Videos
  7. Ansys Simulation Graphs

The MapleSim and Ansys save files will require proprietary software to view. Their respective companies' websites have been referenced within the article.