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In-Line Circuit Components

Lengthening Inductor (L1/L2) lengths applies an even higher Voltage Potential (66/67) across Resonant Capacitor (140 -170) (ER) since Inductance Reactance "Stores" Energy and, is expressed by:



(Wa) is the energy in Joules (Watt-seconds); (L) is the Inductance in Henries; and (I) is the current in amperes.

Inductance Reactance directly determines "Stored" Energy (Wa) which is controlled by input Voltage Potential attenuated or varied by way of Voltage Amplitude (Vo xxx Va xxx V b - Vf xxx Vg xxx Vn) of Figure (7-13) and/or Gated Pulse-Frequency (49a xxx 49n - T3 - 49a xxx 49n), or both.

Inductance Reactance performs several functions simultaneously or to given stimuli:

  • increases applied voltage amplitude (Vo - Vn)
  • doubles input frequency (64a * 64b) when 50% Duty Cycle Pulse (T1 = T2) is inputted
  • effectuates "Step Charging Effect" (680) of Figure (7-7) when Pulse off-time (T2) is less than Pulse on-time (T1)

... determining voltage swing from highest voltage level (Vn) to volts switch-off point (Vff), and establishing Impedance (FL) which minimizes heat loss of electrical input power (49) by impairing electron movement.

Inductor (Ll) acts and performs in like manner to Inductor (L2) since both Inductor (L1/L2) are physically the same size and shape. 

Thermal Explosive Energy-Yield (gtnt) (16a xxx 16n) instantly produced from water (85) is determined by:

  • Voltage Amplitude ( xxx Vn)
  • Duty Cycle of Pulse Train (T1 - T2a xxx T1 – T2n)
  • Gated Pulse-Frequency of applied Voltage Potential (49a xxxx 49n - T3 - 49a xxx 49n)
  • Inductor (L1/L2) length
  • Secondary Pickup Coil (523) Length (FL3a xxx FL3n)
  • dielectric gap-spacing (Cp)
  • or any combination thereof.