Nikola tesla

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TesIa's nonlinear oscillator-shuttle-circuit (OSC) theory compared with linear, nonlinear-feedback
and nonlinear-element electrical engineering circuit theory'
T. W. BARRETT
13521 S.E. 52nd st. Bellevue, WA 98006, U.S.A.
ABSTRACT. Tesla's approach to electrical engineering addresses primarily the reactive part of electromagnetic field-matter interac-tions, rather than theresistive part. His approach is more compara-ble with the physics of nonlinear optics and many-body systems than with that of single-body systems. It is fundamentally a nonlinear approach and may be contrasted with the approach of mainstream electrical engineering, both linear and nonlinear. The nonlinear as-pects of mainstream electrical engineering are based on feedback in the resistive field,whereas the nonlinearity in Tesla's approach is based on oscillators using to-and-fro shuttling of energy to capacita-tive stores through non-circuit elements attached to circuits. These oscillator-shuttle-circuit connections result in adiabatic nonlineari-ties in the complete oscillator-shuttle-circuit systems (OSCs). Tesla OSCs are reactive or active rather than resistive, the latter being themainstream approach, therefore device nonlinear susceptibilities are possible using the Tesla approach.
As a development of this approach, 3-wave, 4-wave ... n-wave mixing is proposed here using OSC devices, rather than laser-matter inter-actions. The interactions of oscillator-shuttles (OS) and circuits (C) to which they are attached as monopoles forming ascs are not de-scribable by Kirchhoff'sand Ohm's laws. It is suggested that in the asc formulation, floating grounds are functionally independent and do not function as common grounds. Tesla employed, rather, a concept of multiple grounds for energy storage and removal by oscillator-shuttles which cannot be fitted in the simple monolithic circuit format, permitting a many-body definition of the internal activity of device subsystemswhich act at different phase relations. This concept is the basis'for his polyphase system of energy transfer.
Originally disclosed in document [\"0 225395, 1988, C.S. Patent Office.

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The 'resla OSCs are analogs of quaternionic systems. It is shown that more complex ascs arc analogs of more complex number cle-ments (e.g., Cayley numbers and"beyond Cayley numbers"). The adyant.ages of crafting energy in quaternionic, or SU(2) group, and higher group, symmetry form, lie in: (1) parametric pumping with only a one driye system (power contr'ol) ; (2) control of the E field or Joule/cycle (energy control) ; (3) phase modulation at rates greater than the carrier (phase contro0; (.!) reduction of noise in energy transmission (noise control) forcommunications; and (5) reduction of power loss in power transmission. Engineering applications are suggest ed.
Finally, it is shown that Tesla's OSC approach is more appropriately (succinctly) described in A four potential form, than in E, H, Band D field form or by Ohm's law. That is, the boundary conditions are of crucial importance in defining the functioning of OSCs.
RES U M B. fAlmanicre dont Tes/a approche l"ingenicrie electrique concerne principalement la partie reactive de l'interaclion champ-matiere, plutM que la partie resistive. Son approche est pills compa-mble Ii la physique de l'optique non lineaire et des systhnes 11 plu-"ieurs COf'pS qu '.1 cellc de systcmes a un seul corps. L 'approche de Te"la est basee sur des connections circuit-navette-oscillaleur (OSC)permet/ant des su,\ceptibiliU!s nonlineail'es du dispositij. Les OSC de Tesla sont des analogues des systemes de quaternions. Des OSC pl1lS complexes sonl des analogues de nornbres plus complexes (par ex. nombres de Cayley), II y a des avantages pmtiques a mettre I'ener-gie SallS forme de quatemions au d 'Clements de groupes de symlrie de type S U(2) ou plus eleve ; par exemple, dans 1) Ie controle de...
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