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Author Topic: MY PATENTED DEVICE DOES NOT WORK!  (Read 16405 times)

Offline mr2

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« Reply #45 on: September 08, 2017, 10:02:48 PM »
@ MR 2

I think you are missing the conceptual premise behind what you are doing.

we can shorten the duty cycle of power going into a device. this is for certain.
and most of our devices, the way we use them, are very inefficient by design.
things like storing the energy in capacitors, or a flywheel, or shortening the pulse time with a Joule Thief, etc.
these tricks can make our use more efficient.

But you are not creating any sort of "overunity" when you do this.

I will try to explain.

A motor, when given a steady power input, of maximum potential, has a given torque potential over time, vs the RPM.
meaning, under a heavy load, all of the energy sent into the motor can be converted into motive force.

When you operate a motor at a lower duty cycle, meaning, you put less energy over time through the coils.....
you lose some % of this torque over time.
it is a precisely inversely proportional relationship.

the same motor, when run through your device, under heavy load, you will see the loss of power over time.

just running the motor, at a certain rpm, or turning a small fan, this does not load the motor. you cannot see the power you lose.
what you see, is a more efficient method of turning the motor to a given rpm. basically, uselessly fooling yourself.

if all you do is run a fan, or some low-power use of the motor,.
sure, do what you are doing, and you can save "energy" cost of running that motor.
this is because we waste a lot of energy to turn that fan. you make it more efficient by shortening the duty cycle.
a joule thief will do the same thing when connected to a motor, or visible lighting.

it is only under constant heavy load, that the motor is strained enough to observe how the total energy over time is lower.

test this, and you will see what I am talking about.

I have to agree, to a point.
When loading a motor 100% there is no savings. For now. There is no interest of saving energy. 90% of my country have seen my invention and the politics say: Why do we need to save energy?
We can't tax that..
Even Bellona that many of you might know about said: Good luck! Who really care about "free energy".. ?

But my invention saved energy on the BEST motors from any manufacturers, even 1 BILL USD investments done of ELCO in Italy.
Even the papst motors.
Been there, didn't get any response.. "not invented here..."

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« Reply #45 on: September 08, 2017, 10:02:48 PM »


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