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Dave Dameron
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Dave Dameron (Abstracts)
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  • A Misapprehension Concerning Electric Current Neutrality (2011) [Updated 1 decade ago]

    It is generally thought that, when direct current flows in a stationary wire, no external electric field is produced. However, we show that if the Lorentz contraction of the assemblage of moving electrons is taken into account, special relativity theory predicts a nonzero electric field. Other theory also predicts nonzero electric fields through other mechanisms, and experimental works report confirmation of these mechanisms.

  • Observations on Motional Induction (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]

  • An Electronic Attempt to Measure the Time Delay Calculated from the Force -q(v . grad)A (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]

    An experiment is described to explore the electronic detection of the longitudinal electrodynamic force -q(v . grad)A. The goal is to find measurable effects predicted by this alternate invariant of the electrodynamic force equation. Comparisons with the Aharonov-Bohm effect viewed as a classical effect show equivalent predictions. The experimental tests of the transit time of an electron beam gave negative results, and the issue is still being investigated.

  • Tests on Transformer Induction (2001) [Updated 1 decade ago]

    The induced voltage in a transformer winding can be explained by the change in the magnetic vector potential at the winding. However, for a closed circuit, the contour integral of this potential is still the negative change of flux linked, as stated by Faraday's law.

  • Flux Leakage Tests for the Marinov Motor (2000) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    Several tests are presented for evaluating the effects of flux leakage in the Marinov Motor. The conclusion is that the leakage may play a significant part, but does not explain the entire operation. A second section explores briefly the electromotive aspects of the motor.