This update is based on the results of our own latest research and experiments, and is meant to show our supporters and all those who have embraced the project, that we have a clear way forward toward producing overunity with the machine. It is hoped that this will encourage all who have invested time and money in this project to continue on with tuning and finalizing the generator.
We also really want to encourage the groups who are designing, building and working with the Mini-QEGs, that the scaled-down versions of the machine are the ideal development platform for doing the procedures in this update. Using these instructions, you should be able to more quickly determine the steel resonant frequency of your cores, since the lower rotor mass of the smaller machines would make it easier to run through a wide range of RPMs, and the smaller components will make it more convenient for testing and making changes. Of course, all the numbers will be different, but the concept is the same. This could potentially shorten development time, and will certainly be very interesting and rewarding work!
In conclusion, I (James) feel that I need to help everyone involved in our project to fully understand the underlying principles of how this machine works as I understand it, and how we are on our way to producing a self-sustaining generator with output power well in excess of the input power.