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Author Topic: Let's try something new. Piezo-magnetic motor...  (Read 3967 times)

Offline Low-Q

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Let's try something new. Piezo-magnetic motor...
« on: May 26, 2011, 05:18:37 PM »
I recieved lots of piezos recently. Now I want to make a piezomagnetic motor. At least try to make a pendulum which mechanicly pulses the piezo with repelling magnets. I have no hope of a self powering machine, but I just want to learn more about these piezos.

Also these piezos are sensitive to heat. They output electric energy when the temperature changes. Shorting a cold piezo that is put into my hand to warm it up, makes a short loud audioable pulse. I have been warned about touching it when soldering on wires. It produce high voltage when heated with the solder iron...

So maybe I'll make a small piezoelectric heat engine :)


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Offline tak22

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Re: Let's try something new. Piezo-magnetic motor...
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2011, 05:52:57 PM »
Very shiny and new, you sure you don't just want to play poker with them?
Yes I'd like the time to 'play' with piezos too so I'll be interested to see what
you can achieve with them.

Can you tell us the specs and where you got them? Thanks!