It seems to me, conditioning of the magnetic billet is a process that detects the critical transition point between random spin motion and coherent spin motion. Each billet has a unique point at which this transition occurs. No two billets are the same in this regard because the crystal imperfections in the magnetic domains are random in each particular billet. The conditioning process will locate the voltage and current levels at which this critical transition point occurs.
After this critical point has been determined, the voltage and current is set at those exact values that were discovered during conditioning. Maximum magnetic flux change occurs at this critical transition point as the small input signal pushes the billet into and out of maximum magnetization. The large changes in flux that occurs through this change in magnetization state will move electrons in the output coil that surrounds the billet. It seems like Sweet uses a DC current in the conditioning magnetic coil to find the resonant condition critical point. Then he uses a 60 Hz AC current to impress that magnetic state onto the billet. Conditioning only produces a small change in the magnetization of the billet. Bringing the unmagnetized billet to maximum magnetization requires thousands of amps and volts in a high powered pulse. At 43:42 of this video below, a bullet is made to induce vibration in a piece of metal. Sweet did not use a high current/voltage high powered pulse to "condition" the billet. Unlike Sweet, MANELAS used trial and error methods to detect the critical transition state where the billet would gain and then lose magnetization which produced vibration in the metal. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZBdvTrmHyY Sweet and MANELAS did conditioning of the magnets differently. MANELAS must have found the critical point on his single billet through trial and error by adjusting the pulsed current/frequency until he got to resonance. Maybe MANELAS could not get the Sweet conditioning method to work. It seems like the Sweet system is more efficient and powerful than the MANELAS system is. At the end of the video, Sweet impressed the critical magnetization condition on his entire two magnet configuration. There is a lot yet to be learned here. Any criticism of this thinking is much appreciated. On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 7:23 PM, Brian Ahern <ahern_br...@msn.com> wrote: > No! Those magnets are not suitable. The ferrite needs to have labile > molecular orbitals that will allow changes between ferromagnetic and random > spins. > > The interaction between phonons and magnons can be controlled by external > inputs. > > ------------------------------ > *From:* MJ <feli...@gmail.com> > *Sent:* Wednesday, February 22, 2017 4:08 PM > > *To:* firstname.lastname@example.org > *Subject:* Re: [Vo]:DESCRIBING THE MANELAS Phenomenon > > > Would it be the same if I glue together side-by-side nine squared > magnets but reversing the one at the center? > > Mark Jordan > > > On 22-Feb-17 17:40, Brian Ahern wrote: > > Imagine placing 4 - 50 cent coins at each corner. Then place one in the > center. > > > Starting with an annealed billet one can impress these fields with a > cylinder of NdFeB magnet. You just reverse the polarity for the center. > > > This process is called 'conditioning'. That is the condition for the > billet that worked for two years. > > > Another salient feature. The Manelas device was powering batteries for > his house. He had 48 lithium ion batteries accepting pulses from his unit. > On a Sunday morning in April 2012 he called me to say his battery pack > spontaneously over charged and several of the batteries 'pillowed'. > > It happend between midnight and 6 AM. I visited him that day and confirmed > that all the batteries were overcharged. > > I observed the same charging effect in July 2014 with the Manelas > system.in my home lab. > ------------------------------ > *From:* Bob Higgins <rj.bob.higg...@gmail.com> <rj.bob.higg...@gmail.com> > *Sent:* Wednesday, February 22, 2017 3:22 PM > *To:* email@example.com > *Subject:* Re: [Vo]:DESCRIBING THE MANELAS Phenomenon > > Brian, > > You previously said that the strontium ferrite block was 4" x 6" x 1". > Can you explain how the 3 coils are wound to produce a "north pole" at each > of the 4 corners with a common center south pole in the center? Are 2 of > the coils wrapped around the block like wrapping a box with ribbon in a > plus? Then is the third coil wrapped around the 1" wide circumference? > > A diagram would be great. > > Bob > > On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 1:08 PM, Brian Ahern <ahern_br...@msn.com> wrote: > >> I have the original billet and all three axises are wound with the >> suggested length of wire (170 feet). >> >> I welcome any suggestions and directions. >> >> I am not skilled with AC circuits, but I have significant experience with >> high voltage pulsed systems. >> >> I will take it to my grave that the Manelas system worked and that we >> were not fooled. I just do not know how to proceed >> > >