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Author Topic: SUPERCONDUCTORS... a truely working magnet shield?  (Read 2915 times)

Offline leviterande

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SUPERCONDUCTORS... a truely working magnet shield?
« on: July 30, 2012, 07:47:04 PM »
Hi everyone,

Lets assume we have a superconductor at room temperature. Would we really have a free energy motor?
We know that a superconductor-wall put between two magnets will shield them apart  so these 2 magnets "wont see each other"  HOWEVER! there is a repelling force acting on each magnet from the superconductor!!

The very vital question is how strong this repelling force of the superconductor acting on the 2 magnets is. Is it as strong as  the repulsion of  two identical magnets placed North North?  I really dont exactly understand the relation between a magnet a super conductor. Yes, the magnet is repelled by the superconductor but the magnet is also somehow strangely "invisibly attached to the super conductor" as you can lift the superconductor simply   by only lifting the magnet hovering above!

Is the NET repulsion force between Magnet---superconductor---magnet
the same as between             Magnet--- repelling another---Magnet?     

it seems that      Magnet---superconductor---magnet repulsion is insignificant compared to the repulsion of the same magnets w/o the superconductor... am I right?


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