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A Preliminary Quantification of Newman's Effect by Larry Adams
Subject: A PRELIMINARY QUANTIFICATION OF NEWMAN'S EFFECT
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Joseph Newman and, as informational material, are provided here from
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Thanks to Dr. Patrick Bailey of the Institute for New Energy
for forwarding the following:
A PRELIMINARY QUANTIFICATION OF NEWMAN'S EFFECT
by Larry Adams
Newman has experimentally derived a magnetic field from a coil connected to
high potential. As shall be seen in the following, this is a complementary
effect to that found in ferromagnetic resonance. This effect does not
contradict Oersted, since it depends on an entirely different set of
suppositions unknown to Oersted and now known as a part of condensed matter
After studying ferromagnetic resonance theory for nine years it comes as no
surprise to me that Newman has proven a collary to the relationship of
fields and spinning dipoles in matter. He has completed the symmetry.
While it is well known that magnetic fields cause the precession of
elementary magnetic moments and that precessing moments produce a magnetic
field, the role of the electric field, the other half of the symmetry, has
not until now been explained.
An electric field is known to cause spinning electric dipoles to precess.
Precessing elementary electric dipoles are, at the same time, precessing
elementary magnetic moments. Precessing electrons have BOTH
The ratio e/m means two things simultaneously. Of course, charge to mass,
influenced by electric fields, but also the ratio is the ratio of magnetic
moment to angular momentum of the electron, influenced by magnetic fields.
We are not dealing here with the usual source of magnetism, a conductive
flow of electrons. Rather, it is the precession of electrons that is
crucial. The precession tends to align the magnetic moments parallel; by
superposition, a net magnetic field emerges.
Newman's effect, then, is that a high electrical potential across a solid
copper coil of radius r causes the precession of electrons in the copper,
yielding a magnetic field.
If the angular frequency of precession is w and the ratio e/m is y (mksa
units) then the magnetic flux density is:
B = w / y
An identity for B is:
B = E / wr
where E is the applied electric field.
Solve for w in the first equation (w = yB) then substitute this
expression into the identity for w. Multiply both sides by B, and,
B^2 = E / yr or,
B = sqrt(E / yr).
Maxwell's equations are linear because they refer to a vacuum. The
non-linearity between E and B above is connected with the presence
of mass and spin.
Can very large electric fields be applied without breakdown?
Theoretically, if r = 1m and E = 1.76 x 10^11 V/m, B = 1 Tesla.
The current through the coil is marginal to insignificant as related
by Newman. Power = V^2 / R so the length and diameter of the copper
forming the coil must be chosen to maximize the resistance.
B will alternate (pole switch) with an alternating potential.
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