Virtual Photon

Power Converter

Quantum Converter
patent pending 

(for a brief pdf version [2p] click here)

This is an exercise involving customizing the electromagnetic fields exhibited by a coil with separate dedicated phased energy sources.  One energy source produces the magnetic field component -- current, while the other produces the electric field component -- voltage.  These two energy sources excite, through induction, a closed conductive system such that the induced fields/currents in the closed conductive system causes a coil in the system exhibit an electromagnetic field with intrinsic properties.


Physics, in the field of quantum electrodynamics, hypothesizes the existence of virtual photons.  These are hypothetical photons with an infinite amount of potential energy.  This virtual photon explanation is used to explain the amount of physical force that can occur for a relatively small amount of electrical work with Coulomb’s Law and some gravity issues. 
Instead of working with the current theory (which can change), this device introduces the concept of a Virtual Photon Reference (VPR).  What a Virtual Photon Reference (VPR) is, is just that.  A virtual photon is a physically  intangible concept.  Under a set of specific conditions -- enough mass or charge, this intangible idea produces tangible -- potential energy -- effects.  A Virtual Photon Reference (VPR) is a physical reference where a physically intangible concept produces physically tangible results.

Here is (hopefully) a clear electrical perspective VPPC operation.  This explanation takes the VPPC theory out of the esoteric virtual photon range into a common recognized electrical theory.

For any single phase power transformer attached to the grid the primary winding has an electro-magnetic footprint.  Part of this footprint is that the primary is in an electric field.  Out of this electric field across the primary there is an electron flow through the primary winding creating a magnetic field.  Energy from the grid that creates these electric and magnetic fields is translated through the fields by the secondary winding and then to the house or whatever.  The secondary gets its energy from these fields.

Both the electric and magnetic fields fluctuate with the frequency of the grid.  The electric field component stays the same according to frequency and for the most part is constant.  However, the magnetic field – electron flow – varies with power draw and is what translates the energy transfer.   The current flow – magnetic field -- in the primary is directly proportional to the energy – VA -- being extracted from the transformer. 
And, for any single phase power transformer the voltage field and the electron source/magnetic field come from the same energy source.

With the VPPC there are two energy sources.  The electric field energy source suspends the primary winding (7) in a closed circuit electric field.  With the electric field circuit, being a capacitive circuit, there is little to no current going through the primary (7) as it is polarized and suspended in the electric field. 
The current energy source feeds into this electric field suspended coil through C1 and provides the magnetic field component for the primary.  When the electric field and current flow mix in C1, the primary (7) is energized by an electron flow coming out of one high voltage (HV) potential across the transformer, through the transformer,  towards and into the other HV potential on the other side of the transformer.  This provides the magnetic component of the primary winding’s electro-magnetic footprint.
The secondary (8) is energized by both of these field components mixing in the primary (7).  From these fields, the secondary draws its energy or power.  So, essentially what this device does is it would give a line transformer primary the same electro-magnetic field footprint and therefore VA capabilities of being on the grid; when it's not on the grid. 
Since the HV circuit is a coil capacitor circuit, its power draw would be directly related to the capacitance and have a relatively low VA.  In addition, normally the voltage on a capacitor is 90 degrees out of phase with the current in the coil across it.  This necessitates a device (11) that keeps the voltage on the capacitor C1 and therefore on the primary in phase with the current in (4). 

The major VA consumption with this device would be the current source generating the magnetic fields in the electric field suspended primary winding.  In addition this power consumption would be inversely proportional to the electric field potential – voltage – across the coil.  For any transformer and a given power draw, the higher the voltage field across the primary, the less the current in the magnetic field circuit.

In summary, this device would give a single phase line transformer the electro-magnetic field footprint and VA capabilities of when it's attached to the grid with a VA input that is a fraction of its VA output.  Energy is pulled out of the virtual photon quantum state to do this.

Schematic and Drawing Numeric References

Figure 1

Major Components
T1 VOLTAGE/ELECTRIC – DRIVE TRANSFORMER (for very high voltage applications this may be a Tesla wound coil) 
T2 CURRENT/MAGNETIC -- DRIVE TRANSFORMER (shown as a 1:1 isolation transformer) 
T3 MIXING TRANSFORMER (shown as a step down power transformer) 
T4 CONVERTER TRANSFORMER (shown as a 1:1 isolation transformer) 
C1a+b  MIXING CAPACITORS (should be relatively low impedance to frequency used)

2 CURRENT CONTROL (can be one of innumerable circuits) 
11 PHASE CONTROL (see footnote) 


C1 construction suggestion

Explanation of Drawings

Magnetic Field Circuit -- 15
A transformer (T2) is (Figure 1) magnetically producing a current, using the plate of a capacitor (6) as a conductor, through the mixing transformer primary (T3 -- 7).  Within that primary the strength of the expanding and contracting magnetic fields will be in relationship to the current involved.  These magnetic fields induce the current  within the mixing transformer secondary T3 -- 8 , which goes through the converter transformer (T4) and then to load.

Electric Field Circuit -- 14
The exciting voltage in the primary of the high voltage transformer (T1) is produced and controlled by some ability to adjust the AC voltage phase (11) relative to the incoming current phase of (T2).  Keeping their phase relationship is a current sensor (13) feeding into 11.  There is a voltage control shown (10) before the primary as well. 

The high voltage secondary (9) is connected to a set of high voltage capacitor induction plates (5 -- C1a+b).  For very high voltage applications, T1 would be a Tesla wound coil.  Let us say, for the sake of argument, that this high voltage is 50 kV [50,000 volts]

Each opposite plate of the high voltage capacitor plate mixing capacitor voltage/current mixing plate -- C1a & b (6) is connected to the opposite ends of a coil (mixing transformer T3 primary – 7).  Said primary is positioned between (6) such that the induced high voltage across the capacitor demonstrates as a high voltage across the mixing transformer primary (T3 -- 7) [assuming there are losses this is shown as 40 kV] . 
As soon as the current [shown as 1 ampere] leaves the capacitor plate (6) and enters the induced electric field -- transition point, that current is now in a 40 kV electric field.  The current and the consequent magnetic field it creates out of that electric field will produce 40 kVA [about 40,000 watts]

Therefore, what the voltage circuit (Figure 2) is; is a transformer attached to two capacitors connected in series with some kind of active impedance device in series between the two capacitors.  Typically, this type of circuit would draw very little current and be a low VA.  (depending on capacitor size or voltages used) 

This active impedance (see high voltage circuit diagram) involves (depending on phase relationship) the secondary of the current drive transformer (T2 -- 4); which would actively facilitate the current transfer from C1a – 6 to C1b – 6.  The current from the magnetically driven circuit can power drive (if you will) the migrating charge between C1a – 6 to C1b – 6 of the voltage circuit.  In addition, this active impedance may also involve the expanding and contracting magnetic fields of the mixing transformer primary (T3 – 7).

The current of the electric field circuit would be (total voltage)x(total capacitance)x(120).

Electric Theory Operation (for a pdf handout version of electrical theory click here)

In more electrical detail, assume:

  • Suppose T3 is a 40,000 VA (Volts x Amperes)  step down power transformer
  • Suppose the primary of this 40,000 VA (Volts x Amperes) power transformer – (7) -- is fed 1 ampere.
The magnetic field circuit -- 15 -- (T2) produces the requisite current component of the AC power transformer (T3) -- mix point 16 -- at its rated VA.  In the above example, it would drive (for the sake of argument) 1 ampere through (6 and 7).  In order to do this it would not have to reach 40,000 volts to deliver that 1 ampere through the primary.  Let us say, for example, that (T2) needs 50 volts across its secondary (4) to drive one ampere through the mixing transformer primary (T3-7).  This would mean 50 VA is entering the mixing transformer primary (T3-7). 

As T2 is producing a 1 ampere current flow, the voltage across T3 primary (7) will be the usual out of phase voltage/current relationship of a coil.  This is where the electric field circuit -- 14 -- comes in.  Another voltage is injected at this point across T3 – 7 -- mix point 16 .

The voltage of the electric field circuit (T1) can be much higher than the original input voltage produced by the current drive transformer (T2).  As the current in the magnetic field circuit enters the capacitor mixing plate (6) to the primary of the mixing transformer (T3 – 7), that current is now in a much stronger electric field than it originally was in.  The primary -- mix point 16 -- (T3 - 7) sees it is being energized by a higher voltage.

Let us say now that T3 – 7  has 40,000 volts across it from C1a and C1b.  The mixing coil secondary (T3 – 8) is going to be excited by a coil that has 40,000  volts (or whatever) across it with the magnetic field current of 1 ampere.  In other words, the secondary would have a 40,000 VA capabilities.

This is a device now that has 50+ VA going in (the +  being the low VA of the high voltage circuit); while, it is producing 40,000  VA at its output.  It is recognized that this is an apparent violation of the conservation of energy.  Please see Physics Theory Operation for an explanation.

This unit can also be cascaded; meaning, the magnetic field circuits are connected in series while the electric field circuit is connected in parallel to the series connected magnetic field circuits


Physics Theory Operation 

Again, as with the Electric Theory Operation, numerous assumptions must be made:

Assuming: The current  physics theory of infinite potential energy of virtual photons is relatively accurate
Assuming: That a Virtual Photon Reference (VPR) is a relatively accurate explanation for the extreme physical forces present in Coulomb’s Law
Given: Coulomb’s Law involves the physical force present in an electric field
Then: Electric fields can – are able to – have a Virtual Photon Reference (VPR)
Add on to this:
Assuming: Electric fields can – is able to – have a Virtual Photon Reference (VPR)
Given: Capacitors store energy through electric fields
Then: Capacitors can – is able to – have a Virtual Photon Reference (VPR)
Assuming electric fields can manifest a virtual photon reference – VPR -- and assuming electric fields within capacitors have a VPR, then within the circuit of the present invention having a pair of high voltage capacitors connected in series there would be VPR within each capacitor, (b) and (c).  The circuit across the two capacitors is another capacitor – VPR (a) – and this is the electric field that energizes the entire mixing capacitor plate/winding/plate/winding assembly.   The electric field induced on the mixing capacitor plate/winding/plate/winding assembly electrically polarizes that assembly thus creating a fourth VPR, (d). 
Figure 2
In summary a VPR is suspended inside another VPR with two VPRs connecting the two.  This event occurs when any two capacitors are in series and in close proximity.  In this circuit, within VPR (d), is an electrical closed circuit magnetic field device – plate/winding/plate/winding assembly – suspended between the electric fields.  This device has one end of a pair of transformer windings going through one VPR while the other ends of the pair are connected through another VPR – (b) and (c) -- and this magnetic field assembly is contained in VPR (d).

The goal behind this is to put electrical energy into a VPR system, tap into the infinite potential energy of a VPR, and bring some of this infinite potential energy into actuality with it as it comes out of the VPR system as electrical energy – a power amplifier.  This system is trying to do this by feeding the input power into a closed high voltage capacitance system. 

Going on the assumption that the stronger the electric fields the more the VPR involvement, as evidenced in Coulomb’s Law, then the higher the voltage across C1a – 5 to C1b – 5 the more power this device should have.

With the idea of expanding and contracting magnetics fields of the coils between the VPRs, and with T3 – 7 especially, adds what may be another set of considerations to the electrical schematic.  Specifically, can the changing electric fields of the capacitors be linked to the changing magnetic field of T3 – 7 ==> T2 – 4 circuit such that together they form their own intrinsic photon?

This may involve ‘playing’ with the magnetic field shape, polarity, and configuration.  In addition, this also may involve the spatial relationships between the capacitor plate-coil-capacitor plate combination along with a spatial relationship to frequency.

Perhaps, for future study.

1,   Both 10 and 11 can be any off-the-shelf devices available and may vary from a simple rheostat and a LC or RC network (in which case 13 would not be necessary), to a dedicated slave AC power supply (as mentioned in the Summary) with a variable phase lock using 13.

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