Thx to Jeane Manning for passing Oliver's note: Hello
put up a new web page with links to my papers about Tesla technology I’ve done
over the years. It is at http://tesla.nichelson.googlepages.com/home
ten years ago I briefly had a web page with two of my papers and after the
account with that ISP ended many other web sites posted those papers. I thought
it was time that the original versions should be available – and with the
current web page also has some items that have not been on the internet before.
One is a description of wireless power transmission tests in relation to
submarine communication and another is a copy of Tesla’s letter about his
generator that “would consume no fuel.”
wishes for the New Year –
----------------- From the website:
Nikola Tesla's "Free Energy" Documents reproduces the inventor's 1902 letter to Robert U. Johnson about Tesla's new energy generator that "would not consume fuel".
This letter was found in the Tesla Collection at Columbia University
Library when attending the IEEE Tesla Symposium in New York in January
1976. This letter will come to be considered as important in the
history of electrical science as the papers of Franklin, Faraday and
Maxwell. For a "translated" version of the difficult handwriting, use
the email link.
Nikola Tesla's Later Energy Generation Designs
was prepared for the 26th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering
Conference in August 1991. The paper documents that Nikola Tesla
claimed to have built an electrical power generator that would not
consume fuel, where in his writings the description of such a device is
found, the theory of how a fuelless generator could be possible, and a
suggestion as to how Tesla's new device might have operated. The paper
moves from historical fact, the claims for such a generator in a letter
hand written by Tesla, to speculation about the operating principles of
the inventions. At the time of writing the paper, the historical
material was certain, but the engineering explanation of how the new
type of generator worked was speculation.
The Second Law of Thermodynamics and Tesla's Fuelless Generator
was prepared, for the 28th (1993) IECEC conference. It takes up Tesla's
argument for a fuelless electric power generator that does not violate
the Second Law of Thermodynamics. Though the device appears to supply
power without fuel, it is not a perpetual motion machine. Tesla's
explanation and a modern analysis is given of the device's operation.
This paper presents a more satisfactory theory about the engineering
aspects of the new generator than the 1991 IECEC paper.
Much more here: http://tesla.nichelson.googlepages.com/home