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Title: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: dom444 on June 29, 2017, 06:14:14 AM
this is my experimental Newman machine made from microwave oven coils and magnets the first test run,  It has a 300v inverter circuit charging a 470uf capacitor dumping into the parallel 2kv secondary windings of a microwave oven transformer, it runs in the repulsive mode and develops a fair bit of torque, I am currently waiting for some pulleys to add a 2:1 reduction driving a flywheel and then a generator.
the interrupter produces green sparks if you notice on the video, and there is a lot of radiant energy when you prob around with a neon the back EMF is very strong as well the machine  works down to 12v.






https://youtu.be/W1lInpLxXXI




 


 
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: antimony on July 04, 2017, 07:15:22 PM
Cool idea. I want to hear and see more.
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: dom444 on July 04, 2017, 09:27:39 PM
I will post another video when i get the fly wheel mounted
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: antimony on July 05, 2017, 09:34:36 AM
I will post another video when i get the fly wheel mounted

Looking 4ward 2 it. :)
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: tinman on July 05, 2017, 12:39:53 PM
Machines like this are my passion.

Nothing better than watching them get up and running.

Great job Dom  :)
Looking forward to your progress.


Brad
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: antimony on July 05, 2017, 03:40:07 PM
Machines like this are my passion.

Nothing better than watching them get up and running.

Great job Dom  :)
Looking forward to your progress.


Brad

Yeah, fun aren´t they? I had to take mine out today to test if it still worked, and it did.
But when i applied 24v it started spinning so the shaft just flew off. :)

Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: dom444 on July 05, 2017, 10:29:30 PM
The thing that got me into the Newman machine is the amount of work it can do for so little power input, but i noticed most over unity machines always  involve high voltages and low current, and i always wondered why Newman never thought of using a small inverter and one 12v battery instead of lots of series 9v battery on his eureka machine. I also noticed there are new insider photos going round of the eureka  machine and shows a reduction drive to the main flywheel.
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: antimony on July 06, 2017, 12:07:10 PM
The thing that got me into the Newman machine is the amount of work it can do for so little power input, but i noticed most over unity machines always  involve high voltages and low current, and i always wondered why Newman never thought of using a small inverter and one 12v battery instead of lots of series 9v battery on his eureka machine. I also noticed there are new insider photos going round of the eureka  machine and shows a reduction drive to the main flywheel.

I have never tried driving it with AC becouse i didn´t think it was possible.

My Newman is not very efficient i can imagine, and it doesn´t have that much torque either, but i think there is a lot of possibilities there.
I am interested in pre-semi conductor electronics, so i wanted to make a "real" Newman commutator, and tried, but i have never got it working properly, so put it on the shelf along with my other half finished projects.

Anyway, it´s cool to see what you are up to. :)
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: dom444 on July 06, 2017, 09:47:33 PM
my machine uses 300v DC just charges a capacitor then dumps it into the coils as the commutator lines up with the coils and magnets at the right spot just past center. as you can see in the clip the rotor is a
heavy steel welded  pipe  with two microwave magnets at each  end it is quite heavy but balanced, as you can see i just nudge it and it self starts i would like to see if i can close the loop with a generator
as it stands it draws about 60W from 12v as long as i can generate more than that should work.
there is a lot of energy to harvest of this machine as well there are strong pulses from the back of the coils that can be picked up with another coil and a strong back EMF charge that can be used as well.

The truth is this machine runs more like EV Grey's motor than Newman's machine you could charge a capacitor to 2kv or more then dump into the coils would be a very strong machine with lots of torque.
and when you use 2kv you could look at using EV Greys tube and harvest more energy again lots of possibility to experiment with.
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: antimony on July 07, 2017, 12:17:41 PM
my machine uses 300v DC just charges a capacitor then dumps it into the coils as the commutator lines up with the coils and magnets at the right spot just past center. as you can see in the clip the rotor is a
heavy steel welded  pipe  with two microwave magnets at each  end it is quite heavy but balanced, as you can see i just nudge it and it self starts i would like to see if i can close the loop with a generator
as it stands it draws about 60W from 12v as long as i can generate more than that should work.
there is a lot of energy to harvest of this machine as well there are strong pulses from the back of the coils that can be picked up with another coil and a strong back EMF charge that can be used as well.

The truth is this machine runs more like EV Grey's motor than Newman's machine you could charge a capacitor to 2kv or more then dump into the coils would be a very strong machine with lots of torque.
and when you use 2kv you could look at using EV Greys tube and harvest more energy again lots of possibility to experiment with.

Cool stuff. It sounds like you have long experience working with these motors. I have to watch your vids again and study them a little bit closer.

How much Cu-wire/turns do you have?
As i understand, the more Cu-wire turns it got, the lower can the voltage you apply be, is that right?

It would be interesting to see your results.

Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: dom444 on July 08, 2017, 12:04:45 AM
I can't tell you how many turns there  are  they are standard microwave oven transformer secondary windings originally generated 2000 volts. at moment they are connected in parallel but also works in series at this
stage i am not sure which is better.
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: antimony on July 11, 2017, 07:01:34 PM
I can't tell you how many turns there  are  they are standard microwave oven transformer secondary windings originally generated 2000 volts. at moment they are connected in parallel but also works in series at this
stage i am not sure which is better.

Oh,  cool. I have also thought about using a MOT, but I have never tried it.

Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: antimony on July 18, 2017, 03:28:47 PM
After you posted this thread about your project i started to think about the Newman motor and the Keppe motor, and what the difference between them except that the Keppe is switched with a Reed, and the Newman with a sparking commutator.

Are there any other difference?

Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: dom444 on July 19, 2017, 12:44:12 AM
first time i have heard of the keppe motor I had a look at it they are the same in operation  but different in principal I think Newman used the large momentum generated by a heavy steel armature with magnets attracted to a large magnetic field that with lots of windings that generated a large back EMF.
the keppe motor if it worked the same would fuse a reed in seconds Newman's machine gave real power with a massive back EMF that would produce big sparks that gave him problems. I don't think Newman utilized the back EMF appart from charging and was wasted. he was more interested in demonstrating the power of the machine pumping water.
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: antimony on July 26, 2017, 02:04:39 PM
I saw a video today about this guy called Geoffrey Miller that demonstrated that he used a tube core instead of a solid Fe core for a pick up coil.

He didnt make any comparisons between solid and Hollow, that i remember, but he sure thought that it was something really important.

Have you seen it?
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: antijon on July 26, 2017, 04:29:01 PM
https://youtu.be/qjnUKJX8AOg

Here Antimony. I think he's saying that hollow core puts less drag on the rotor magnet.
Title: Re: Newman capacitor discharge prototype
Post by: dom444 on July 27, 2017, 12:15:37 PM
Do you have the link there are lots of vids with his name attached its ok thanks got it.

thats very interesting will have to experiment good find antimony well done could be very useful information.