The increase in efficiency due to the charge redistribution

This project allows you to simulate electrical processes in a long line (DL) when subjected to harmonic oscillations of different frequencies and phases. Frequency a selected multiple of the length DL, which leads to the appearance in it of standing waves, which, in turn, redistribute the electric charges along its entire length. Simulated removal of charge to the load at certain points in time that certain combinations of excitatory fluctuations can significantly increase the efficiency of the second kind (K,_{η2}), and obtain the corresponding energy gain in real devices.

Highly recommend pre-acquainted with the theoretical basis of this phenomenon.

In the top graph on the left you can see the distribution of average electric field strength along the DL. The following chart shows the standing wave, which distributes and charges. At certain points in time is the removal of charges are converted into their corresponding energy. The process of removal depicted in the rightmost figure. Below is the calculation FOR stimulating energy — W_{in}that would result from the removal of load — W_{out} and their inverse relationship — K_{η2}. The last figure is the most important, he is responsible for the energy gain of our model.

The lower graph shows one period of oscillations, which excite DL. Also, it allows you to monitor and change the point of energy extraction. To change — click in any point of the graph — the green bar moves to the selected point. In the bottom row, you can set your own ratios of the harmonics of the phase, the frequency FOR exciting oscillations to — L attenuation coefficient of DL — D, and what portion of energy is removed each cycle — P. After the selection you must click on the "Recalculate" button.

All units in this simulation is relative. This allows you not to be attached to real values, voltages, powers and energies, but to have the opportunity for their conversion to absolute units at any time.

Because the modeling assumes a cumulative calculation, to obtain a more accurate result you need to wait a few oscillations, while the wave is not stabiliziruemost, and with it — and results. This is especially true for small values of D and P.

Besides all kinds of combinations possible here simulation of the classical quarter-wave transformer Tesla, as a particular case of DL.

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