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Acoustic magnetic generator.
« on: February 16, 2014, 12:07:02 AM »
Here's a new related topic:

http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/PatD9.pdf

"Claim 1:

An acoustic magnetic power generator composed of an alternating current signal generator connected to an acoustic transducer which stimulates the core of a permanent magnet such that the atoms of the magnet are caused to vibrate which in turn causes the magnetic field to vibrate and causes a current and voltage to be generated in an output coil wrapped around a permanent magnet or in the magnetic field of the permanent magnet which said current and voltage can be used for powering a load".


Here's a copy of the "Full Patent":

http://www.google.com/patents/US5568005

Danial Nunez has demonstrated how he sends a "Quick and Dirty" audio signal from his I-Pod App, through an amplifier into a Rodin coil. One could use the very simple and low cost Nunez approach to stimulate a smoke detector type Piezo Transducer attached to the magnet core of a "Synchro Coil" with a resonant LC tank and diode. One could easily get the kind of overunity effect described in the "Self acceleration Reed switch thread" that Conradelektro failed to follow through with. This approach is sure fire and wouldn't require any difficult neutral zone positioning of the coil!


More useful gouge:

http://scraw.hubpages.com/hub/Economical-Benefits-of-Free-Energy-For-A-Cab-Driver

"It is possible to produce anywhere from 1mA all the way up to 5 Amps".


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The best way tap into eletrical current from the power generator is to wrap copper wire around the permanent magnet. Any size will suffice, however the number of turns will determine the amound of current and voltage. The load will be connected to the wire terminals, which will need to be connected with a fuse to provide safety in the event of voltage spikes".


A variable capacitor, or "Radio Tuner" wired to the "Synchro Coil" would help tune the LC resonant frequency to the acoustic sine wave.  Amplifier volume would help control power.


Here's what a 20 to 20khz audio piezo transducer looks like below: This would simply attach to the magnet core!

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Acoustic magnetic generator.
« on: February 16, 2014, 12:07:02 AM »

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2014, 01:53:10 AM »

Here's a good article on the MRA or "Magnetic Resonance Amplifier" of Joel McClain and Norman Wootan:

http://rexresearch.com/mra/1mra.htm

Concerning resonance:

"The MRA is a series resonant LC circuit in which power gain is attainable as a result of the increase in effective impedance under certain operating conditions. When the series impedance increases, primary current is reduced. When the power available from the secondary coil either remains the same or increases as the primary circuit impedance increases, a power gain occurs".

"In application, the MRA is tuned at resonance for maximum power transfer, then detuned slightly for maximum power gain. This relates directly to the use of thermal pressure at resonance, and the effect that this has on continued polar rotation and the release of donor electrons".

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2014, 03:12:35 AM »
One can see how fiendishly simple the MRA circuit is. McClain and Wootan simply wrapped one end of the piezo wire around the magnet. They called the piezo chip a capacitor and the wire the inductor of an LC tank. Then there's a secondary to a full wave rectifier, and the D.C. load. They were denied a patent for this overly simplistic circuit. The Davidson patent US 5568005 A merely vibrates the magnet core with the transducer. My version is similar to the Davidson patent but includes a separate tank to tune the coil.

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #3 on: February 16, 2014, 03:25:04 AM »
Here's a good article on the MRA or "Magnetic Resonance Amplifier" of Joel McClain and Norman Wootan:

http://rexresearch.com/mra/1mra.htm

Concerning resonance:

"The MRA is a series resonant LC circuit in which power gain is attainable as a result of the increase in effective impedance under certain operating conditions. When the series impedance increases, primary current is reduced. When the power available from the secondary coil either remains the same or increases as the primary circuit impedance increases, a power gain occurs".

"In application, the MRA is tuned at resonance for maximum power transfer, then detuned slightly for maximum power gain. This relates directly to the use of thermal pressure at resonance, and the effect that this has on continued polar rotation and the release of donor electrons".

hi synchro1,

I have tested the "barium titanate" which was purchased off ebay.

But without the "Barium ferrite magnet" i'm only able to achieve 500uA at 10volt  of output power (OU) for 1uA(input current) using 5volt input connected via 1kohm resistor in series with Barium titanate running at 16.8KHZ for a specimen /fragment.

Instead of Barium ferrite magnet i was using bilfilar consisting of around 45 turns 18AWG on 3 toroid.There is around 2.2x voltage amplification at around 10..13 volts output but output current is mere 500uA.

There isn't enough power to support even my low power microprocessor which needs 500uA at 2v but i'm unable to get the required frequency which need 5volts.
The objective was to create a loop back the easy way.Unless someone knows maybe a "watch circuit which draw ultra low power for the signal generator" maybe i can do it and still light a led (forever) at least.

It's so hard get Barium ferrite magnet.The only source i know is China.
The last round of barium ferrite magnet (custom order) shippment to my home was a disaster at 45kg they can't shipped out via Air due magnetic field which was too strong even after using metal box.I know nuts about using ships for delivery suggesting for fedex or ups or etc did not give me any result.
But at least they gave me a refund minus  the production cost of USD100."$#%^"



As the site claims it will only gives few watt of power which is good enough for me for a start and use it to smack skeptics in the face. :)

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #4 on: February 16, 2014, 03:31:03 AM »
@magpwr,

Permanent Magnets:


Permanent magnets are manmade materials that produce their own magnetic fields. They can attract ferromagntic materials, such as iron, nickel or cobalt. The magnets are made from "hard" ferromagnetic materials such as alnico and ferrite. Engineers use special processing techniques that utilize powerful magnetic fields. This process aligns the internal microcrystalline structure of them, so that they never get demagnetized. Those motivated enough to experiemnt will not have to concern thelmselves with various sizes or magnetic flux. The acoustic-magnetic generator will work with any of them.


The "Acoustic Magnet Generator" or AMG is not the MRA, or "Magnetic Resonance Amplifier", which calls for the Barium Ferrite Magnet! Try the AMG and some Neo's! The Piezo transducer does not make contact with the magnet in the MRA, unlike the AMG!

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #5 on: February 16, 2014, 03:44:00 AM »
@magpwr,

Permanent Magnets:


Permanent magnets are manmade materials that produce their own magnetic fields. They can attract ferromagntic materials, such as iron, nickel or cobalt. The magnets are made from "hard" ferromagnetic materials such as alnico and ferrite. Engineers use special processing techniques that utilize powerful magnetic fields. This process aligns the internal microcrystalline structure of them, so that they never get demagnetized. Those motivated enough to experiemnt will not have to concern thelmselves with various sizes or magnetic flux. The acoustic-magnetic generator will work with any of them.


The "Acoustic Magnet Generator" or AMG is not the MRA, or "Magnetic Resonant Amplifier".

hi synchro1,

The another reason for me to purchase the Barium ferrite magnet spec related to Floyd Sweet VTA ou device.
I have not tried creating bifilar coil on any other magnet yet.Although hematite beads is a possible canidate.

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #6 on: February 16, 2014, 03:47:34 AM »
@Magpwr,


Any kind of magnets will work. Hematite beads are too small to wrap. Just order some neo's from K&J magnetics!


http://www.kjmagnetics.com/


Just wrap the magnets with a wire coil, attach a rectifier and ring them with a piezo chip!

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #7 on: February 16, 2014, 03:51:21 AM »
@Magpwr,


Any kind of magnets will work. Hematite beads are too small to wrap. Just order some neo's from K&J magnetics!

I have bad experience with neo.The field is way too strong if you try to wind bilfilar on neo magnet you will know what i meant.
Barium in magnet is a better choice since it would get excited as well and yet produce few watt of ou power only.

It's hard for me to explain unless you purchase the barium titanate and find the optimal output voltage from another bifilar coil once the resonance is found.
The fun part the input current is real tiny at around 1uA since i'm using 1kohms from signal generator output and still able to light led from another coil.It's as far as i can go with limited resources.

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #8 on: February 16, 2014, 03:54:44 AM »
@Magpwr,


Place the Neo in a thick dielectric plastic conduit, don't try and wrap directly over the magnet, but wrap over the tube!.

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #9 on: February 16, 2014, 07:18:32 AM »
I haven't had much luck with the neos inside the coil. I'm getting nearly 7v (amps not measured yet) using a combo of ferrites & neos. My power source is direct from iphone no additional amplifier.
I'm uploading the video now. Love to test with barium ferrite mags. Uploading the video now


it's here [size=78%]http://youtu.be/aEP0XKZqpfo[/size] but may still be processing

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #10 on: February 16, 2014, 07:46:44 AM »
I haven't had much luck with the neos inside the coil. I'm getting nearly 7v (amps not measured yet) using a combo of ferrites & neos. My power source is direct from iphone no additional amplifier.
I'm uploading the video now. Love to test with barium ferrite mags. Uploading the video now


it's here [size=78%]http://youtu.be/aEP0XKZqpfo[/size] but may still be processing

Hi Jimboot,

That's is a interesting video to demonstrate the voltage increase using neo magnet near yoke's proximity.

There is a speak brand -"Selenium"  speaker which is using barium ferrite magnet as found in ebay.
I wouldn't dare to cough up money to get that speaker just to extract the magnet from it even if means missing the ou part for me.


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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #11 on: February 16, 2014, 08:05:52 AM »
@Jimboot,


Awesome video! The Davidson patent says the Piezo Transducer has to be on the magnet or in the magnetic field. Looks like you proved that, and I'll go further and wager you're maybe four times overunity, where the output's forecasted to be. Any kind of output amperage has to add up to an OU COP at six whopping volts, with that tiny amount of milli amp input! Incredible "Quick and Dirty" solution to a very complex sounding experiment. Try and light a bulb. Congratulations on posting a real classic. I think Stephan should select your video for the overunity review.   

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #12 on: February 16, 2014, 09:37:33 AM »
@Jimboot,


Awesome video! The Davidson patent says the Piezo Transducer has to be on the magnet or in the magnetic field. Looks like you proved that, and I'll go further and wager you're maybe four times overunity, where the output's forecasted to be. Any kind of output amperage has to add up to an OU COP at six whopping volts, with that tiny amount of milli amp input! Incredible "Quick and Dirty" solution to a very complex sounding experiment. Try and light a bulb. Congratulations on posting a real classic. I think Stephan should select your video for the overunity review.
I honestly don't know enough to be as excited as you LOL. But thanks. I'm uploading another video now, where I've lit a couple of LEDs. Won't light an incandescent though of 4.5v so current must be pretty low. I'd like to try much higher frequencies with barium ferrite mags though.


EDIT: Video is still uploading but will be available here [size=78%]http://youtu.be/XJe8OaJo_zw[/size]


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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #13 on: February 16, 2014, 10:47:02 AM »
Just been playing with it a little more. The power increase is directly proportional to the amount of mags I add. Fwiw

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Re: Acoustic magnetic generator.
« Reply #14 on: February 16, 2014, 04:58:30 PM »
I honestly don't know enough to be as excited as you LOL. But thanks. I'm uploading another video now, where I've lit a couple of LEDs. Won't light an incandescent though of 4.5v so current must be pretty low. I'd like to try much higher frequencies with barium ferrite mags though.


EDIT: Video is still uploading but will be available here [size=78%]http://youtu.be/XJe8OaJo_zw[/size]


@Jimboot,


Another smashing video! Here's a quote: "I would have to imagine the iPhone/ iPod Touch and other iPods use about 1 or 1/2 watt".

Those LED's are really blazing. You could easily be five or ten times overunity already!

Your approach is unique. A patentable innovation completely different from any of the magnet wrapped versions. I'm very impressed!

 

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