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Title: Pulsed Magnet Motor Takahashi
Post by: JulienVictor on December 26, 2013, 10:34:44 PM
Hello

I made a little drawing of how I understand the Takahashi motor. As when the motor turns the rotor is giving away power over the hole time, the coil is loaded only a fraction of the time..., but I think all here know the principe.

The questions I have are the following,
-If I intensifie the perm. magnets X times, must there also be used X times more energy for the pole creation by the coil?
-If I intensifie the perm. magnets X times, goes then X times the torque and X times the turns per second up, so that the rotational power increase X^2 times? (As the rotational energy is (rad/sec) * nm)
-Would the rotor even accelerate?

Kind regards

Julien


( I wanted to modifie the picture, now there are 2 showing the same motor)
Title: Re: Pulsed Magnet Motor Takahashi
Post by: Paul-R on December 27, 2013, 04:09:33 PM
 
I think you have Yasunori Takahashi's design slightly wrong. This may help:
 
http://www.cheniere.org/misc/wankel.htm (http://www.cheniere.org/misc/wankel.htm)
 
N.B. The direction of rotation is different in the two drawings.
 
Title: Re: Pulsed Magnet Motor Takahashi
Post by: JulienVictor on December 27, 2013, 05:41:03 PM
The direction is actually the same I saw, on Bearden's site it's just "mirrored" to mine. The principle of both is the same.