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Title: Overunity motor Design
Post by: valveman on June 06, 2006, 01:01:08 AM
Maybe there are designs like this but I think using a flywheel and a pulsed rotor is a good combination for a motor which may reach OU. 
The flywheel provides an inertial component that keeps the rotor moving.  The rotor can be pulsed to give it a kick so it continues to rotate.  The kick may come from stored-up charge from a capacitor where all its energy is released in the coil for a ms.  Perhaps the best way to do this is to use a uprocessor for control.  Not too difficult with a basic stamp or PIC.  Now to reduce or eliminate Back EMF.  This is always the problem with electric motors and the main limiting factor in reaching OU.

Anyone experimented with this or know of someone who has or is experimenting in this?

Valveman
Title: Re: Overunity motor Design
Post by: hartiberlin on June 06, 2006, 02:32:32 AM
Valveman, and where should the power come to overcome
frictional losses and the power to chargeup the capacitor ?
Will not work...
Title: Re: Overunity motor Design
Post by: gn0stik on June 06, 2006, 04:39:42 AM
Valveman, Wouldn't it be easier to pulse the stators?

Stefan, Where does the energy come from to overcome frictional losses on ANY OU device? By defenition it shouldn't be possible so when anything is OU the energy that overcomes those forces does not come from the system in question. Second law arguments are moot when talking about OU devices, since the basic goal is to circumvent the second law anyway.

Valveman I know of someone who is working on a device similar in principal to the Kundel motor, except instead of using a voice coil to oscillate a permanent magnet, he's pulsing an EM stator to get rotation. Still awaiting Ein and Eout figures.

Regards,
Gn0stik.
Title: Re: Overunity motor Design
Post by: valveman on June 08, 2006, 03:44:01 AM
I created this topic to see what people had for ideas.  Reviewing some designs, I noticed the Grey Motor works similar to this.  I look forward to hearing more comments.

Valveman
Title: Re: Overunity motor Design
Post by: lancaIV on June 08, 2006, 03:52:23 AM
Hey Valveman,
probably you think about the use of the LEVER-effect,
something like publicated in the Prof. Evert-pages,
-Motor-Flywheel-Generator- I remind it has been from an US-citizen
Don Martin his name,
or -the same idea-as patent office publication "Mularoni,EP0084761"!

Sincerely
            de Lanca