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Mechanical free energy devices => mechanic => Topic started by: Augusto on January 28, 2011, 06:38:26 PM

Title: The Schietti Magnetic Engine
Post by: Augusto on January 28, 2011, 06:38:26 PM
The Schietti Magnetic Engine: its functioning is quite easy. The neodymium cylinders are covered with a screening mu-metal, like the diamagnetic bismuth block (pyrolytic graphite or antimony) on the right. The neodymium cylinders surpass the bismuth diamagnetic threshold because they are screened by the mu-metal and receive a repulsive push that makes the engine turning continuously. As an alternative to the bismuth, it's possible to invert the polarities to the neodymium magnets, setting them up in a way that they reject each other.


http://domenico-schietti-2.blogspot.com/
Title: Re: The Schietti Magnetic Engine
Post by: neptune on January 28, 2011, 07:10:24 PM
I smell Bullshit . So this guy is devoting his life to make a better world? He is the inventor of three overunity machines ? So when is he going to open source them?
Title: Re: The Schietti Magnetic Engine
Post by: luishan on January 29, 2011, 03:05:03 AM
Would show us any video clip in working ?
Title: Re: The Schietti Magnetic Engine
Post by: Cap-Z-ro on January 30, 2011, 12:21:29 AM

From what I observed, this looks like a workable arrangement.

Instead I would have the shielding on the yop portion of the stator, with the magnets in repulsion.

That way simply sliding the shielding up or down would control the speed.

The extra stuff on the site about global governance was making sense up until I read the following...

" The System's Agents: women don't like  like men do and therefore millions men get ruined by drugs and prostitutes accepting any job in order to have money to pay their vices. "

I have to say that was a bit of a head shaker.

Nevertheless, interesting concept...I'd like to hear Clanzer's assessment on this.

Regards...

Title: Re: The Schietti Magnetic Engine
Post by: Omnibus on January 30, 2011, 12:45:45 AM
Hasn't this been tried earlier? It appears, the FEMM he's showing doesn't quite demonstrate the asymmetry needed. It would be great if someone can sim this with a better density of the field curves prior to actually bulding it.