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Title: "No-Lenz" Gramm generator possible overunity?
Post by: Nali2001 on August 28, 2006, 02:47:42 AM
What do you guys think? Could it be that this old principle has over unity characteristics? We now have far better materials and neodymium magnets and such. The working principle does sound like there might be something to it. Reducing Lenz Law so you can use a small motor as a prime mover to drive a big generator, and have no Lenz resistive effects when the output is put under load. It has some resemblance to the Phi-Device.
So please let me know what you guys think.

Thanks!
Title: Re: "No-Lenz" Gramm generator possible overunity?
Post by: bastonia on August 28, 2006, 11:46:55 AM
For being so well know, I could not find anymore info on Gramm's generator on the web ... can you point us in the right direction ... I would like to see more details on the process.  thanks.
Title: Re: "No-Lenz" Gramm generator possible overunity?
Post by: Nali2001 on August 28, 2006, 02:30:00 PM
Hello and thanks for your reply.
Please note that the explaining text in the picture is not mine. And I also could not find any more info on this device. Probably because it is so old. And of course not used today anymore. But I think the principle of operation speaks for itself as being a ?no load generator? This patent has some resemblance as being also ?no-load?
http://home.planet.nl/~sintt000/PART60.pdf (http://home.planet.nl/~sintt000/PART60.pdf)
Title: Re: "No-Lenz" Gramm generator possible overunity?
Post by: pese on August 28, 2006, 03:06:22 PM
Ferrite was not used possibly as core.
100 years ago?

Remember they that at this time also Transformers without  iron core were built!!!  Use of iron-wire Eisendrah for coil-windings  had  in each case its own iron(core) in each turn.    (Try it now also with copper-plated Ironwires  could again make a sense  !