Classical Physics


The Study of Electromagnetic Processes in the Experiments of Tesla

Authors: B. Sacco, A.K. Tomilin

The Tesla wireless transmission of energy original experiment, proposed again in a downsized scale by K. Meyl, has been replicated in order to test the hypothesis of the existence of electroscalar (longitudinal) waves. Additional experiments have been performed, in which we have investigated the features of the electromagnetic processes between the two spherical antennas. In particular, the origin of coils resonances has been measured and analyzed. Resonant frequencies calculated on the basis of the generalized electrodynamic theory, are in good agreement with the experimental values found.

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[v1] 2012-10-26 23:05:14

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