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Mechanical free energy devices => mechanic => Topic started by: rstergar on June 23, 2014, 04:54:45 PM

Title: new idea for magnet motor
Post by: rstergar on June 23, 2014, 04:54:45 PM

i played with magnets and when i create one rotor and stator like in picture the acceleration is very fast so the rotor make approximately 320 degrees rotation...
now i draw if you create three rotors and stators like this and angle them on 120 degrees and connect them if they will make continuous rotation?

if picture doestn work its here:

thank you for answers!
Title: Re: new idea for magnet motor
Post by: TinselKoala on June 23, 2014, 05:12:05 PM
No, you will not get continuous rotation. But don't take my word for it, try it yourself and see.

You really should make yourself a test jig that gives you the ability to provide a consistent start impulse to your wheel, over and over again. Then you can observe carefully the time it takes for all motion to stop, when the system is started consistently.

Start the rotor with this consistent impulse and time the rotor motion with _no_ stator magnets nearby. Then add the stator magnet, and time the rotor motion again. Be sure to start the rotor with the exact same impulse each time, no fair storing energy in the "magnetic spring" .

Or, if you start with one stator magnet like you have shown, you can start the rotor system on top of the magnetic "hill" and give it the most gentle push to start it downhill. Time the motion, do several trials to get a good average. Then add a second stator, and start the rotor in exactly the same way as before. Time the motion,  get a good average, compare the values with and without the second stator.

An easy way to get accurate timings is to video the experiment and use the frame count.