Induction in the capacitor К78-2 during its movement in the space
Nebesniy from the point of view of classical physics effect occurs if you move in space film capacitor and measure the AC voltage across its plates. The experimental setup is depicted in the following figure (b), where capacitor brand К78-2 is connected to millivoltmeter AC voltage. This assumes that the capacitor C1 moves in space at a certain speed. As shown by this experiment, the moving path (straight or circular) and direction (along the surface or perpendicular to it) does not play a significant role. But the speed of this movement depends on the voltage at millivoltmeter; pre-dependence is directly proportional. The effect is found even at relatively low speeds, such as fast walking.
Figure (c) presents the connection of the battery, consisting of several same capacitors. This allows to intensify the effect and proportionally increase the voltage and the voltmeter at the same speed. The author, at a speed of about 15 km/h and two series-connected capacitors, millivoltmeter showed a value of about 2 mV AC voltage.
The explanation of this phenomenon, which are associated with the inductance of the capacitor plates and the movement in the magnetic field of the earth, the author has been discarded, because instead of a capacitor connected to different coils, but the same effect was not observed. Inductance has taken a completely different plan: as with open and closed core, like a ferrite core, and without it, with large, medium and small inductance. Also, checked different brands and types of capacitors, but the effect was best on К78-2. Worked well capacities from 22нФ to 100нФ. The maximum voltage of the investigated capacitors must be 1000 or more volts.
The experiment showed that in addition to the described effect, millivoltmeter can capture leads from your network or from your computer, but they are comparable with the voltage effect even when approaching these sources of interference. Partly to filter out such interference, the author managed when connecting a choke in series with the investigated capacitor (Fig. d). Thus induced voltage, which is proportional to the speed of the capacitor, nothing changed.
The author is grateful to all readers who can explain this effect or to share their experience in this direction.