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Author Topic: Investigating - Non-Magnetic Substance that under Voltage Becomes Magnetic  (Read 3368 times)

Offline explorer

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Hi all

I have been a follower of OverUnity for a few years now.   It seems to me that on all my attempts that the pesty repel/attract is what is preventing success.

Currently many on the site have been able to amplify voltage (not amps) for years now.  I am currently Investigating is it possbile to transfor a non-Magnetic Substance and make it a magnetic substance with for voltage for example.   I believe that this is the missing link to make a true magnet motor function.

If you have any insite or wish to help in this, please post.

thanks


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Re: Investigating - Non-Magnetic Substance that under Voltage Becomes Magnetic
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2013, 05:35:16 AM »
Copper? Wound into a cool shape possibly ??

Offline TechStuf

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Re: Investigating - Non-Magnetic Substance that under Voltage Becomes Magnetic
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2013, 06:04:11 AM »
Explorer,

It would depend on the boundaries of your descriptors.  There are various forms of 'magnetism'.  The main three accepted forms of magnetism are, Ferro-magnetism, Para-magnetism, and Dia-magnetism.

Assuming that you are referring to an as yet, unexploited material for use in a free energy rotary system, perhaps one could investigate materials such as Galfenol, nano bismuth/iron deposition, unmagnetised NdFeb....and as pyrolitic graphite is used to demonstrate diamagnetic levitation, perhaps the new graphene ultracapacitor material could prove useful as well.

I for one, see little benefit in attempting to shield ourselves from a magnet's bipolar disposition, as the stronger it becomes, the stronger it becomes.


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Re: Investigating - Non-Magnetic Substance that under Voltage Becomes Magnetic
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2013, 06:04:11 AM »
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Offline DreamThinkBuild

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Re: Investigating - Non-Magnetic Substance that under Voltage Becomes Magnetic
« Reply #3 on: February 20, 2013, 03:50:28 PM »
Hi Explorer,

Welcome to the forum.

You can change the magnetic density/polarity around a magnet but requires all the magnets to reside on the same plane. Different size/strength ring magnets will let you tweak the field. Something to investigate further maybe. The picture is just a representation the field would be much smoother and not as sharp as shown.

The crop circle picture got me thinking of separated rings of magnets each locked in a orbit on the same plane traveling at different angular velocities.

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Re: Investigating - Non-Magnetic Substance that under Voltage Becomes Magnetic
« Reply #4 on: February 21, 2013, 12:38:16 AM »
Hi all

I have been a follower of OverUnity for a few years now.   It seems to me that on all my attempts that the pesty repel/attract is what is preventing success.

Currently many on the site have been able to amplify voltage (not amps) for years now.  I am currently Investigating is it possbile to transfor a non-Magnetic Substance and make it a magnetic substance with for voltage for example.   I believe that this is the missing link to make a true magnet motor function.

If you have any insite or wish to help in this, please post.

thanks


It has been theorized by many - including myself - that in the first instance that we get a "magnetic transistor", or a semi - magnetic - conductor material that with the application and removal of a stimulus (field?) containing a relatively small amount of energy, allows a magnetic circuit to be made/interrupted containing a larger amount of energy, then the PERMANENET MAGNETS will serve as batteries and the magnetic circuit's stored energy could be harvest via conventional methods.


Alas, no such exquisite material is available in any form to this day.

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Re: Investigating - Non-Magnetic Substance that under Voltage Becomes Magnetic
« Reply #4 on: February 21, 2013, 12:38:16 AM »
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