Hint for Running this Simulator on your Desktop PC

It is easier to run the simulator on your PC if it is located closest to the root directory of your harddrive.

The simulator is running constantly in the background even while you're not using it when the simulator is stopped and the "RUN / Stop" button in the upper right corner is red. Apparently, the simulator has to travel through the URL of the simulator's location every time it performs any function even when running in the background.

And if the URL is a long one, whether or not it is local or remote, then I find that there is a significant time-lag while waiting for the simulator to finish each process before it accepts acting on any new ones.

For example...
I place my simulator's top-level directory (folder) immediately at C:\ on my harddrive. So, the URL for accessing its root page to load the simulator into my browser is...


This significantly speeds it up. This is why I make my remote access URL also very short...





Compressed Files and Java Simulator Software

PRIVSIM4no.zip replaces REALSIM4nm.zip and pc-sim-falstad-vinyasi.zip and the circuitjs1-falstad-vinyasi*.zip series. These latter three packages will no longer be updated. I will no longer continue to update the parallel simulator of STEPSIM4kh.zip. And I will no longer update falstad-cts.zip and vinyasi-cts.zip.

PRIVSIM4no.zip and REALSIM4nm.zip have equivalent series resistance inside its inductors and capacitors. This condition renders capacitor resistance as negative resistance (called Mho, which is Ohm spelled backwards) and symbolized by an upside-down Omega from the Greek alphabet... \mho
... while inductors, such as transformers and simple coils, exhibit normal (positive) resistance. Although the equivalent series resistance of capacitors is 10 milli ohms by default, you may temporarily alter this to whatever you want for each capacitor, but it cannot be saved nor exported. The calculation of equivalent series resistance for inductors is a complicated formula explained below...

STEPSIM4kh.zip has equivalent series resistance added to its inductors and capacitors making it similar to PRIVSIM4no.zip and REALSIM4nm.zip.

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 !_Be_Sure_and_Check_Out_The_Nikola_Tesla_Folder.html2018-12-30 09:18 266  
 !_Be_Sure_and_Check_Out_The_Parametric_Excitation_Folder.html2018-12-30 09:18 293  
 Copper-Magnet-Wire-Data.pdf2018-09-08 15:23 291K 
 ESR for Caps, smaller.jpg2018-09-09 10:03 23K 
 EV Motor with Two HF Aerials - Micro Cap.zip2018-11-28 15:42 1.3M 
 Inverted EV Motor - Micro Cap.zip2020-06-21 15:00 21M 
 LTSpice - Tesla's Pierce-Arrow.zip2019-01-21 08:23 24M 
 PRIVSIM4no-SRC.zip2019-06-27 09:26 14MThis is the source code for my personal edition: PRIVSIM4no.zip.
 PRIVSIM4no.zip2019-06-27 09:28 74MThis is my personal edition of Paul Falstad's electronic simulator.
 Pierce-Arrow_1931, v15e -- LTSpice.zip2018-02-20 12:32 3.7MDownload LTSpice to run this package.
 REALSIM4nm-SRC.zip2019-05-24 20:10 13MSource code for REALSIM4nm.
 REALSIM4nm.zip2019-05-24 20:08 6.9MSeries Resistance added to caps and coils. Host this on your PC.
 STEPSIM4kh-SRC.zip2018-06-10 21:26 11MSource code for compiling your own STEPSIM4kh.
 STEPSIM4kh.zip2018-06-10 21:28 11MStops simulation after each time step. Good for analysis of circuit behavior.
 STEPSIM4kh.zip_README.txt2018-03-27 09:07 1.2KDescribes contents of package.
 Setup-CircuitMod-v2.6.exe2017-06-21 08:01 2.2MLocal mirrored copy of CircuitMod: Paul Falstad's Simulator in Java. MyFav.
 Setup-CircuitMod-v2.7-3264bits.exe2018-03-06 11:17 2.4MLocal mirrored copy of CircuitMod: Paul Falstad's Simulator in Java.
 circuit.jar2018-09-14 08:02 246K 
 circuitjs1-falstad-vinyasi_v4jm.zip2018-04-10 18:07 9.8MTwo options for 'Circuit Information' window: large and small. mirror
 circuitjs1-falstad-vinyasi_v4ju.zip2018-04-13 07:50 9.8MSimilar to REALSIM4nm, but I will not develop this file name. mirror
 falstad-cts.zip2022-11-26 01:43 273KPaul Falstad's circuits.
 pc-sim-falstad-vinyasi.zip2018-04-13 07:51 13MFor desktop PC; not up-to-date. http://is.gd/electsimmirror
 pc-sim-falstad-vinyasi.zip_README.txt2018-04-15 22:31 419 Describes contents of package.
 vinyasi-cts.zip2023-01-16 13:26 18MMy circuits which promote, maintain and harness surges.

Compressed Files and Java Simulator Software, etc.

	================================= Vinnie's Theory on making Coil Inductance more Realistic =================================

	Add equivalent series resistance to inductance to be more realistic, 
	ie eliminate a super conducting coil based on a few assumptions...

	[article on Wikipedia]

	I use standard charts depicting wire resistance, weight and length per AWG, and then I multiply by a factor of 0.003125 per 
	Henry. This factor is derived from the motor coil of Joseph Newman described by Dr. Hastings in chapter six of Newman's book, 
	any edition, entitled: "The Energy Machine of Joseph Newman". Since one tenth AWG is a base ten logarythm, I raise ten to the 
	power of one tenth AWG, and then multiply by 0.003125 times inductance to get the equivalent series resistance for that coil.

	Consequently, and for example, a coil of 30 AWG wound to exhibit 50,000 Ohms of resistance and 16,000 Henrys of inductance is 
	also exhibiting a ratio of a little over three Ohms per Henry.

	Rendered into Java software code...

	int wireGauge;
	double wireGaugeConstant;
	double seriesResistance;

	wireGaugeConstant = 0.003125;
	seriesResistance = Math.pow(10, (wireGauge / 10) ) * wireGaugeConstant * inductance;

	AWG Copper Wire Size Table and Data Chart @ 100 Degrees F
	Magnet Wire, Winding Wire, Engineering Data Handbook – shortcut: http://is.gd/navalu

	Now that I've upgraded this software, many – if not most – of my prior circuits may not work due to a loss of resonance among their 
	various components requiring some tweaking to get them going again, or not. The easiest solution is for you to experiment on them 
	(if I haven't already) by altering the AWG value for each coil. This will affect the resistance of each coil which may help bring 
	that circuit back to operational status.

Watch on Vimeo...
For those of you not trusting my simulations as not being realistic on the grounds of their violating some, or another, law of Physics, such as the Law of Thermodynamics, I have this to ask you... Does time vary while you take your measurements? What impact would the variation of time have on the validity of your measure- ments? Could Energy be Conserved if Time should Vary from the Observer's point of view? These are the questions addressed by Noether's Theorem. She, Emmy, defines the Conservation of Energy in terms of the non- variance of time and excludes the Conservation of Energy whenever time is variant. It makes logical sense despite Einstein's Theory of Relativity allowing for time variance among multiple observers. But I'm asking for a single observer: What will be the impact of the variation of time upon energy and our measurements of it? I say this in good faith since electricity is like a magician: it can fake the alteration of reality without affecting reality one bit. In other words, and to get to my point... The electric power company fakes the instantaneous transmission of electricity (thus, breaking the speed of light barrier) by placing a huge bank of capacitors (each bank is large enough to fill four rooms full) inline, in series, within the transmission line every one hundred miles. This resets the phase angle of A/C's sinewave back and maintains it in lock step with the source so that the destination's phase angle is exactly in phase with the source despite hundreds, if not thousands, of miles separating the source from the destination. This effectively overcomes nature's limit to the speed of light and its limit to the speed of electricity by appearance, only. If capacitors can do this by themselves, what can they do when doubled and combined with a pair of RF choke coils (or transformer coils) in a daisy-chain of two or more modules of Eric Dollard's LMD analog computer? Do the Laws of Physics account for everything? Or, is there more to Reality than its mere adherence to our cherished Laws? A case in point... The Electromagnetic Spectrum is just that: it pertains to electromagnetic waves traveling in space. In distinct contrast, the electro- static waves of counter-space have no speed limit since they don't travel; they skip like a rock skipping across the surface of a lake. EM waves are transverse while ES waves are longitudinal. EM waves go into orbit around a source of current (since these waves are "circuits", aka closed loops) creating a magnetic field while ES waves are open paths (known as line segments in the mathematical field of geometry) whose two end points terminate on voltage terminals (such as electrons' electrostatic potentials as measured in electron volts). Thus, a longitudinal electrostatic wave skips between terminals of differing electrostatic potentials bypassing any consideration of having traveled between the two terminals – especially since they can't travel in space. So, they skip along in counter-space. Newton's Cradle is the mechanical analog to how electrical energy easily, and effortlessly, converts back and forth between these two waveforms. The outer spherical balls (the ones that fly upwards and fall back downwards) are exhibiting transverse motion while the central spheres are exhibiting longitudinal non-motion in that the energy is transferred through these stationary spheres by skipping through them – but not in space, but in counter-space. We can say this of the mechanical analogy to electrodynamics since both mechanics and electrodynamics are thematically one and the same. In other words, electrodynamics is mechanical at the level of the electron. This is why parametric excitation works in both the electrical and mechanical mediums.