Resonant capacitors

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A cylindrical capacitor with a rod as the central electrode is the first capacitor design of the XVIII century. A pulse of DC causes the resonant oscillations in the rod as in Hertz’s vibrator. The radio emission of the rod mostly stays within the capacitor. The skin effect causes the electrons to a circular motion by the Lorentz force. The magnetic field and vortical motion of electrons in a constant direction (DC current) can cause the macrovortices, which give an extra energy. This effect is provided by the following features:

  • Stepped or linear ramp pulses.
  • Ferromagnetic conductors (steel, etc.)
Gray's conversion tube

Edwin Gray's conversion tube (US patent 4595975) is a feedthrough resonant capacitor with a spark gap. The spark gap electrodes (12 and 32) are usually made of steel. The resonant frequencies depend on the application circuit parameters.

Kanarev’s ectrolytic cell

Stanley Meyer’s (US patent 5149407) and Philipp Kanarev’s (Russian patent 2277138) energy efficient electrolytic cell with the steel electrodes (6,7,8) is a resonant capacitor in the shielded housing (1).


MAHG (Moller's Atomic Hydrogen Generator), which is created with Alexander V. Frolov’s[1] participation and tested by Jean-Louis Naudin, is a power vacuum tube with a tungsten filament and the hydrogen-water cooling. The power dissipation of this lamp is higher than the pulsed power consumption due to the electron macrovortices. The inventors claim wrongnly that the energy source is a dissociation-recombination process of the hydrogen molecules.


  1. Фролов А.В. Новые источники энергии, 8 издание, 2015 // Глава 15 – ISBN 978-5-7679-1848-5

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