What does an encabulator do?

Now, the first question is what is an encabulator, okay, I’ll wait for your answer. I’m not an astrophysicist or anything like that so like you (my assumption), is that you don’t know what an encabulator is. While trying to understand this, I read multiple articles that tried to explain just exactly what an encabulator was. After hours and hours of continually research, one thing became clear…… this won’t be an easy task. So after a while, I began to doubt myself. The questions of whether I should either give up or whether I should go to MIT to gain a Doctorate in Electrical Engineering in order to solve this problem came up. But let’s be frank, the days of MIT are long gone to say the least. And here I was, only a self-trained appliance repairman in Columbia, SC.  It’s easy to see some of my work at columbiascappliancerepair.com But just like troubleshooting for an expensive refrigerator, or working with a household that can’t afford a new dryer. I realized that the only constant of life is that there will be problems. Remembering all of this allowed me to refocus and try to understand this thing called an encabulator. And to be honest, one of the main reasons that I wanted to understand this concept was that I understood that this would not an easy concept to understand. So, after hours of research, the pcs began to slowly fall into place.

So, an encabulator produces power by the modial interaction of magnetic reluctance and capacitive directance, instead of the relative motions of conductors and fluxes that are normally used. Okay, I’m sure that to you this may not make it any clearer to you, but let’s analyze some of these terms. First, we can begin with the current method of power generation by focusing on the definitions of conductors and fluxes. A conductor is a material, usually a metal that allows electricity to freely travel across it. Examples of good conductors are silvers, gold, copper, etc. Now, a flux, is an electric field over a given area. So combining these terms you see that they express how a given electrical charge is dispensed throughout a material ultimately transferring power to a specific application.

Now, let’s look at the process of the encabulator by looking at the concept of magnetic reluctance and capacitive directance. Magnetic reluctance or resistance is the principal that says that magnetism wants to follow the path of least resistance, similar the principles of an electric current. While capacitance deals with a materials ability to store an electric charge. So bringing the two ideas together, you see, that the main principle is the generation of power is made by controlling the direction of magnetic forces generated in order to properly store the electrical energy generated, increasing the efficiency of power usage.

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