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Author Topic: 2 Theories for "Shielding" in a magnetic motor  (Read 6789 times)

Offline inventoroftelesis

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2 Theories for "Shielding" in a magnetic motor
« on: February 20, 2012, 03:54:24 AM »
My name is Richard Timko, I am the inventor of Project Telesis, located at peswiki.com.  My magnetic motor should work with Superconducting but I am having problems finding a manufacture that can make an YBCO superconductor with Barium Zirconate nanotechnology material.  My alternate idea is a radical new way at looking at a "Shielding" device.  I call this idea the "Neutral Field Pixel Magnet" and is explained as follows:
1.   1/8" cubed 10,000 to 14,000 gauess magnets
2.   arranged in an 3/4" X 1 3/4" size with an alternating pattern of "+" and "-" poles; magic combination may take several "builds" to get exactly right
3.   this magnet would be of a "Nuetral Field" and would neither "attract" or "repell"
If you feel that this is a valid idea, please Message me with a reply.

Thanks,
Richard Timko, inventoroftelesis

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Offline pauldude000

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Re: 2 Theories for "Shielding" in a magnetic motor
« Reply #1 on: February 29, 2012, 08:55:12 AM »
Here is a thought for you to try.


You are on the right track, as useful energy requires an imbalance of potential.


The best permanent magnet shielding is distance, as the strength of a magnetic field decreases geometrically with distance. Therefore if you have north poles facing out, use an iron rod extension on the back side of each armature magnet to try to weaken the south field which gets in the way. Have them also angled the same amount in the direction of travel, so that the south fields (which you wish to minimize the effects of anyway) split their field between the native magnet north, and the following magnet north......


Another idea is to epoxy the mags south pole to an iron ring in the center to even out or spread out the fields.



Just an idea.


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Re: 2 Theories for "Shielding" in a magnetic motor
« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2014, 02:47:08 AM »
My name is Richard Timko, I am the inventor of Project Telesis, located at peswiki.com.  My magnetic motor should work with Superconducting but I am having problems finding a manufacture that can make an YBCO superconductor with Barium Zirconate nanotechnology material.  My alternate idea is a radical new way at looking at a "Shielding" device.  I call this idea the "Neutral Field Pixel Magnet" and is explained as follows:
1.   1/8" cubed 10,000 to 14,000 gauess magnets
2.   arranged in an 3/4" X 1 3/4" size with an alternating pattern of "+" and "-" poles; magic combination may take several "builds" to get exactly right
3.   this magnet would be of a "Nuetral Field" and would neither "attract" or "repell"
If you feel that this is a valid idea, please Message me with a reply.

Thanks,
Richard Timko, inventoroftelesis
Omg please check this video.  The best magnetic shielding is spin.  This video shows 55lbs magnet losing its attraction for e to a steel disk due to spin. Enjoy
Also Watch "The best magnetic shielding is spin" on YouTube
The best magnetic shielding is spin:http://youtu.be/8C6uyQ0bct4

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Re: 2 Theories for "Shielding" in a magnetic motor
« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2014, 02:47:08 AM »
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