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Offline dieter

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #60 on: February 10, 2017, 12:43:34 AM »
I think you can exchange Time by Distance.


Whether you move it slowly or fast, it doesn't matter if the distance is the same. 1 bucket of water, brought from A to B, that is work, without a boss behind your back, bothering you, not to make lunch break of course.

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Offline conradelektro

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #61 on: February 10, 2017, 01:10:03 AM »

I think you can exchange Time by Distance.

Whether you move it slowly or fast, it doesn't matter if the distance is the same. 1 bucket of water, brought from A to B, that is work, without a boss behind your back, bothering you, not to make lunch break of course.


======= this post is wrong ===========

Sorry, you can not exchange distance and time. This is the error done by Luc in his video (said in other words).

It is very important how much time is needed to move something over a certain distance. Try it yourself. You need much more work (please do not confuse work with force) to move a one kilo stone ten meters in one second than to move a one kilo stone only one meter in a second. You need exactly ten times more work. And to move one kilo over ten meters in one second of course also needs a bigger force than to move one kilo only over one meter in one second. The crucial point is the "one second". Longer or shorter distance in the same amount of time.

You can do with the same force of 1 kilo:

- one kilo over one meter in one second, the work is f * 1 second = 1 * 1 = 1
- one kilo over ten meters in ten seconds, the work is f * 10 seconds = 1 * 10 = 10

Or you can have f1 = 1 kilo and f2 = 10 kilo then:

- the work to move one kilo over one meter in one second is 1 * 1 = 1 (f1 * 1 second)
- the work to move one kilo over ten meters in one second is 10 * 1 = 10 (f2 * 1 second)

You should believe that "work = force * time" and absolutely not "work = force * distance". The time component is all important to compute work.

Time is yuge and total loosers who confuse time and distance or force and work, to say it like Donald Trump.

Greetings, Conrad

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #62 on: February 10, 2017, 01:45:00 AM »
O.k., I am the total looser, because I confused "work" and "power".

Right, to compute work, the distance is important. It is work = (force * distance). And therfore the work was computed correctly.

But the power was not taken into consideration.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_(physics)

Power is the amount of energy consumed per unit time.

So, to compute the power of each movement (linear or rotary) one has to take time into consideration.

One has to know  (power = work / time), in other words one has to know the time for each movement in order to come up with the neccesary power for each movement. And then the two powers have to be compared.

So, the result of Luc needs a time component in order to do a useful comparison.

I leave my to wrong post above as they are. It allows the OU-believers to make fun of me which will produce OU.

Greetings, Conrad

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #63 on: February 10, 2017, 02:48:43 AM »
I think power is not a useful unit here, because we want to know about energy. Excluding for now accelleration and deaccelleration, assuming we can recover or nullify these by a spring.


Work <= Energy, or at unity Work=Energy, as far as I see. Comparing work A and B seems legit to me.


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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #64 on: February 10, 2017, 04:00:26 AM »
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Offline Cairun

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #65 on: February 10, 2017, 04:39:29 AM »
Floor,


You may already know this, but I will share it anyway.
This stems from your video http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5an8hd_rtangsld2_tech about having to shift the shield magnet down slightly to achieve a "shielding" effect.


I did a few FEMM simulations of your concept and found that if the repelling magnets are vertically centered on the shield magnet then the repelling magnets will
experience a force in the horizontal direction(X direction in FEMM simulation).  As Dieter suggested, this is due to the attraction force being greater than the repelling force for two magnets. The attached pictures(first 3 pictures) show the measurements of the forces acting on both repelling magnets and the shield magnets(the names of the files tell you which magnet is being measured) with the repelling magnets vertically centered on the shield magnet.


The second set of 3 pictures show the force measurement on the magnets with the repelling magnets shifted up/down to balance the attraction and repulsion forces which effectively gets rid of the force experienced by the repelling magnets. 
I believe in order for the shield magnet to not have a cogging point it is crucial to shift the repelling magnets up/down to balance the attraction and repulsion force.


In conclusion, if the repelling magnets are shifted up/down correctly then the shield magnet effectively experiences no force going in between the two repelling magnets.


Anyway, please keep up the good work,


Alex

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #66 on: February 10, 2017, 04:43:13 AM »
FEMM files attached.  To use change the .txt extension to .fem.

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Offline Floor

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #67 on: February 10, 2017, 08:31:59 AM »
@cairun

    thanks

I know the principle is sound.  Any need to fine tune the magnet positions,
is not a major obstacle.

I got effective shielding ... (while the shield magnet was nearly centered)
when I achieved a more precise shield magnet positioning  (but off camera).

                        regards
                             floor

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #68 on: February 10, 2017, 01:23:44 PM »
I think power is not a useful unit here, because we want to know about energy. Excluding for now accelleration and deaccelleration, assuming we can recover or nullify these by a spring.

Work <= Energy, or at unity Work=Energy, as far as I see. Comparing work A and B seems legit to me.

Time is yuge, it's true, make  T I M E  great again, it will be great! T I M E first, T I M E first. Work without time, total looser, no power or energy.

It is very important how long you do some work. If you do some work for 1 hour it is less energy than doing the work of for two hours.

If your lamp uses 8 Watt, it is meaningless before you switch it on. Only once you switch it on for one hour it will consume 8 Watt-Hours, 8 Watt of power consumed for one hour.

The power company does not charge for Watt, it charges you for Watt-Hours. And this is true, so true.

Greetings, Conrad
« Last Edit: February 10, 2017, 04:02:37 PM by conradelektro »

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #69 on: February 10, 2017, 02:19:56 PM »
Luc’s machine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUlDMY1iE5A is great, very ingenious (and I really mean it, it really is amazingly exciting).

I cite from his video, the complete cycle needs:

540 grams work linear
336 grams work rotary

Now time comes in. For how long is Luc applying this work.  We need work-hours (not only work) or work-seconds in order to calculate energy expenditure or energy production.
 
Remark: Work alone is meaningless. One has to do work for some time to produce something. Your work might well be excellent but it does not help if you do it for zero hours. And it will be worth more (will produce more power or energy) if you do it for two hours instead of only for one hour.
 
I want to propose a very simple experiment which Luc could do easily with his very nice machine:

-          Luc turns the wheel of his machine continuously in a leisurely way, just easy, no hast. (It does not matter that it will not really be a constant turning rate in a strict theoretical sense. As continuous as he manages without stressing himself and without overburdening the mechanics of his machine.)
 
-          Luc will put in continuously a work of 336 grams.
 
-          But the output of his machine, the movement of the sledge (the linear movement) will not be continuous. The sledge will rapidly move away from the wheel and then it will rest for a moment. Then the sledge will rapidly move towards the wheel and will again rest for a moment. And so on.
 
-          So, the input of 336 grams of work is continuous, but the output of 540 grams of work is intermittent.  Well, you see, it now depends on how long the sledge is at rest.
 
-          Let’s assume that Luc is turning his machine in a way that a full cycle takes one second. So he will put in 336 Gram-Seconds. The energy or power he needs will be 336 grams per second.
 
-          But he does only get out 540 grams for 0.62 seconds because the sledge only moves 0.62 seconds (each cycle) and will put out energy or power only as long as it moves (not when it rests).

Remark: Why do I know that the sledge only moves for 0.62 seconds (for every second of movement of the wheel) in my example above? Well, I know that input and output of an ideal machine (no friction, no heat losses) will be equal. And therefore 336 * 1 = x * 540, which means that time x is 336/540 = 0.62

But you do not have to believe my calculation (because you probably want to believe in OU). You only have to admit that Luc’s (really nice and well-crafted machine) needs a continuous input and gives only an intermittent output. That should speed up your brain and make you believe in time instead of OU. 336 grams of continuous input can well equal 540 grams of intermittent output (power wise or energy wise). To do the time measurements will be tricky and needs photoelectric sensors and an oscilloscope. You should believe in time measurements when talking about power or energy (work has to be done for some time to produce power or energy).
 
Greetings, Conrad
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Offline norman6538

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #70 on: February 10, 2017, 02:54:47 PM »
The test method I prefer to use would be.

1. drive the input with a falling weight on a rope like the kookoo clock.

2. lift a weight with the output work available and then calculate
  the weight x distance in and the weight x distance out and NOBODY
HAS ANY ARGUMENT ABOUT MEASUREMENTS BEING WRONG.

Its all there right in front of your eyes.  My pendulum that travels higher than
its dropped point is such an example - its all visible - no measurements required.


Norman

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #71 on: February 10, 2017, 04:44:40 PM »

Dear Conrad,

Lets look at a test device which can test your distance time beliefs.

Test device parts needed:
A DC electric motor which has a flywheel attached to its shaft and use of photo switch to turn the motor on and off.

First test:
We attach a scale to the outer circumference of the flywheel and adjust the current to the motor so it can pull 34 grams. Then we adjust the photo switch to power the motor 110 mm distance of the flywheel outer circumference. We note of the RPM in this condition.

Second test:
We attach a scale to the outer circumference of the flywheel and adjust the current to the motor so it can pull 538 grams. Then we adjust the photo switch to power the motor 11 mm distance of the flywheel outer circumference. We note of the RPM in this condition.

If your belief is correct, the RPM should be greater on the first test compered to the second test, correct?

Regards

Luc

But you do not have to believe my calculation (because you probably want to believe in OU).

Please note, I have already stated that I need true measurement data to believe a device is OU. I do not just believe a device is OU until I have the measurement data to prove it or the device is running on its own and I can witness it. So please stop judging me that I just want to believe in OU as I have made no claims of OU.
Stick only to what has been presented and keep your personal opinions out.
You should know this to be the correct scientific approach.


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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #72 on: February 10, 2017, 05:40:17 PM »
Yeah TIME, and loosers, right.


Forget about time. It's a fog granade. Conrad just seems to insist on being correct, although already being prooved being wrong, which he temporarily agreed with.


With your bicycle you can drive with a high or low gear from town A to town B. If you dive with little force, it takes less force over a longer period of time, if you dive fast it takes more force over a shorter period of time. Total energy used is eighter time * force OR distance * force. Every discussion about this subject seems like good ol merry go round to me.







furthermore, rotational vs straight push is of little meaning since the Radius of the wheel is really big.


What is still a question is how the 11mm push is measured over that distance, with the wheels' magnet aligned in the center, or with it passing by.

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Re: Magnet force shield
« Reply #73 on: February 10, 2017, 05:57:18 PM »
Lets look at a test device which can test your distance time beliefs.

Test device parts needed:
A DC electric motor which has a flywheel attached to its shaft and use of photo switch to turn the motor on and off.

First test:
We attach a scale to the outer circumference of the flywheel and adjust the current to the motor so it can pull 34 grams. Then we adjust the photo switch to power the motor 110 mm distance of the flywheel outer circumference. We note of the RPM in this condition.

Second test:
We attach a scale to the outer circumference of the flywheel and adjust the current to the motor so it can pull 538 grams. Then we adjust the photo switch to power the motor 11 mm distance of the flywheel outer circumference. We note of the RPM in this condition.

If your belief is correct, the RPM should be greater on the first test compered to the second test, correct?

Luc,

I can not answer this question just like that, I probably make an error. And I do not want to put more work into this, I lost already too much T I M E.

Greetings, Conrad

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« Reply #74 on: February 10, 2017, 06:02:52 PM »
Yeah TIME, and loosers, right.
Forget about time. It's a fog granade. Conrad just seems to insist on being correct, although already being prooved being wrong, which he temporarily agreed with.

With your bicycle you can drive with a high or low gear from town A to town B. If you dive with little force, it takes less force over a longer period of time, if you dive fast it takes more force over a shorter period of time. Total energy used is eighter time * force OR distance * force. Every discussion about this subject seems like good ol merry go round to me.

furthermore, rotational vs straight push is of little meaning since the Radius of the wheel is really big.

What is still a question is how the 11mm push is measured over that distance, with the wheels' magnet aligned in the center, or with it passing by.

Dieter, please come to your senses.

An eight Watt lamp switched on 2 hours needs the double power or energy than being switched on only 1 hour.

8 Watt switched on 2 hours is 16 Watt-Hours.

8 Watt switched on 1 hour is 8 Watt-Hours.

8 Watt switched on 57,3 hours is 458,4 Watt-Hours. (Really difficult?)

Please, please, please, you may call me whatever you want, but please say that this is correct. This is not a fog granade, it is the simple truth.

Greetings, Conrad

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