You can also charge a coil in series and discharge in parallel: If You have two equal coils on the same core, for simplicity each with 1 H and 1 Ohm, connect them in series and You have 4 H and 2 Ohm, put 1 V on them and wait until they are saturated: 1 V and 2 Ohm gives 0.5 A (A=V/Ohm) 4 H and 0.5 A gives 0.5 J (J=1/2 *H*I^2) 0.5 A and 4 H gives 2 Wb (A*H=Wb) Then disconnect the source and at the same time connect the coils in parallel. When in parallel You have 1 H and 0.5 Ohm. If the magnetic flux is constant during the moment of disconnect and reconfiguration: 2 Wb and 1 H gives 2 A (A=Wb/H) 1 H and 2 A gives 2 J (J=1/2 *H*I^2) Then we have an increase in energy by 400%. Is this possible? (no) Where is the error? (I forgot the N in ΦN=LI) Maybe it will work using Edward Leedskalnin "Perpetual Motion Holder". |

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