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Title: RE-INVENTING THE WHEEL PART 2-PERMANENT MAGNET MOTORS AND GENERATORS
Post by: bajac on October 28, 2012, 05:10:52 AM
 The attached document was a provisional patent application that I submitted in 2009 for permanent magnet motors and generators. I abandoned the application because I did not have the time to test and validate the concept.
Please, note that what I refer to as magnetic amplifiers, it is not! It is not even a saturable core. I know the concept is not correct, but even if the concept is wrong, I was able to anticipate many similar inventions. I am posting it for general discussion and education.
 
Thanks,
Bajac
 
Title: Re: RE-INVENTING THE WHEEL PART 2-PERMANENT MAGNET MOTORS AND GENERATORS
Post by: John01 on March 15, 2014, 09:07:57 PM
Hello i want to build one like this Free Energy ??? - Fact or Fake ? Wasif Kahloon showing selfrunning magnet motor  (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yodY1jH5j-I).But  i did not know what the magnet motor is spining please help. :)
Title: Re: RE-INVENTING THE WHEEL PART 2-PERMANENT MAGNET MOTORS AND GENERATORS
Post by: dieter on March 16, 2014, 09:41:40 PM
Bajac,


very well made patent description, nice, clear drawing. I didn't study the non solid state things much. The solid ones, esp. the first couple of drawings are very much of my taste. I see there a combination of a magnetic frame and a double torroid. The double torroid guides the back EMF to flow in a separate loop, the bigger torroid (=easier path), leaving the primary lenz-less. Additionally, idle time between pulses will cause a flux path switch.


Very promising. In practice, from what I have learned so far, the biggest challenge is a high induction efficiency, because without that any effort is fruitless. A metglass core may help. But basicly it isn't so easy to have 90% or more of the input coil on the output coil unless you're an expert in building transformers. Funny thing is also, you can use permanent magnets to optimize the performence of an inductive process, by pushing the flux density to a value that brings the core to 95% saturation, where the knee of efficiency may be. (and that surprisingly seems to work regardless of the fact that this flux density additive is static)


Also important: the fewer variables in a setup, the better, because you won't have to test 1000 combinations of polarities etc.  for instance 16 Variables results in 65536 possible settings that you would need to test.


I am currently experimenting with something similar to the first drawing, so I may come up with some additional infos on the subject.


Regards