This time I've got a more direct reading than current. Pivoting torque.
Before that, traditional links list:
- Part 1 (how efficiency works while you charge an electromagnetic field)
- Part 2 (why discharge time matters and how it affects heat dissipation)
- Part 3 (that one was half-wrong, but heat dissipation part is likely to be true, read carefully)
- Part 4 (what affects discharge time)
- Part 5 (how to discharge field slowly using MOSFETs)
Current is a great reason to assume that magnetic field is somewhere... there, but not that convincing - I can imagine some unaccounted nuances, there are lots of them, usually. And people try to decrease their amount by doing further research.
It was necessary to prove, that along with current it produces appropriate force, as we use unusual methods to work with an electromagnetic field here, so I made that thing:
P.S. "Power distribution question": I don't know, why it charges field at that rate exactly, previously I thought, that it must be an unused part of U^2/R power, but now I see, that it's kind of different in reality. More complicated? Or opposite : )