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TOPIC: Detecting EMF

#364 7 years 7 months ago
Detecting EMF

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There have been several postings elsewhere on the direct production of EMF from Rossi's "Hot Cat". For example:

Rossi: Electromotive Force Produced Directly from the Hot Cat
Now he is saying that the Hot Cat can also produce an electromagnetic force (EMF), and not through some kind of thermoelectric process, but directly from the hot cat reactor.

Any speculation on the source of the EMF? Would it be appropriate at this stage of development to try to detect for fluctuations in magnetic fields when the apparatus is in operation, small as they might be relative to a Hot Cat?
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#368 7 years 7 months ago
Detecting EMF

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Any comment would likely be wild speculation based on a very vague comment. Anyway....

- Piezo effect of some kind
- EMF pulse events
- Some form of induction from resistive heater
- Some form of harmonic from any potential control RF
- Some static or capacitive discharge artefact

Without knowing the nature of the EMF - duration, pulse waveform shape, frequency, amplitude - it is near meaningless to judge.
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#396 7 years 6 months ago
Detecting EMF

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A ham radio operator would use a coil of wire with a germanium diode feeding a low pass filter capacitor (0.1uf). The relative field strength would be read out on an ordinary DC voltmeter. Difficult to calibrate, but very good for a yes/no answer about RF energy or tuning an antenna.

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