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Author Topic: Selfrunning Free Energy Permanent Magnet Motor - The Simon Magnet Motor motor  (Read 53801 times)

Offline hartiberlin

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Hi All,

here is a new Permanent Magnet motor that produces all the time
around 2 NewtonMeters torque.

Check this out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTjll5LI66Q

I just made a video of it from the Simulation Slides and animations
that were put out by Maxwell 3D simulator Program.

The Inventor is Simon A. Okojokwu from Africa.

The motor consists of basically 3 Radially polarized Ring Magnets
where tilted bar magnets are inserted to guide the flux onto the
inner rotor ring magnet into a spiral like fashion, so the rotor ring
magnet is always propelled into one direction with about 2 Nm of
torque.

I attach here his 2 PDF Files.
The other design is a more simpler design with disc magnets, but only
have about 0.2 Nm of torque, but this is not shown in the video.

The design shown in the video was tested with 2 different 3D Magnet simulators,
Maxwell 3D and CST STUDIO SUITE 2014 and shows always positive results.

Enjoy !

Regards, Stefan.
« Last Edit: December 15, 2014, 07:55:08 AM by hartiberlin »

Offline TinselKoala

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Is there a working, actual model, or just the simulations and animations? 







Offline lumen

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Looks like it could simply be built in another plane using standard ring magnets.
The problem is that there is no driving force that can rotate the ring magnet because force lines would simply slide over the uniform field surface.
 
 

Offline hartiberlin

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There is only these animations and simulations until now
and a prototype must be build to prove this these simulations.

And no to Lumen, a simulation shows of course a force onto the rotor
as it is also a magnet ! The forces are calculated via the volume integrals in the airgap.

Offline TinselKoala

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Ah. So I suppose you will be "simulating" the award of a "simulated" Overunity Prize, then?

 ;)

Seriously, who is working to build a real working model of this design, and what _real_ experiments lead them, or anyone, to believe that it will work as the simulations seem to show?

Offline Low-Q

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If I understand correctly, the inner and outer rings (With all the small magnets on them) are stationary, and the middle ring is rotary?


Vidar

Offline hartiberlin

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I added to the first posting in this thread the ZIP file with the Maxwell3D file
to it...

So everybody who can get the Maxwell3D Simulation program to work on his PC can now play with it.

Thanks to Simon to having  freely released this file !

Regards, Stefan.

Offline tiquila77

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The Simon magnet motor(SMM) uses the principle of moment of magnetic shear forces to rotate a pivoted ring magnet; the three ring magnets are in attraction mode, but they can also be in repulsion mode, i.e the inner and outer ring magnets can be in repulsion mode relative to the middle, pivoted ring magnet.

While experimenting with some magnets to see whether the tiny oblique magnets would incline the magnetic fields of the three ring magnets, I noticed that the tiny oblique magnets can indeed do so, and that the extend they to which they do this is affected by the flux density of the three ring magnets.

From series of simulations, I discovered that the output torque was affected by the following physical factors:
(1) The flux density of all the magnets in the motor;
(2) The heights of the magnets;
(3) The radii of the three ring magnets;
(4) The thickness of the three ring magnets;
(5) The inclination angle of the tiny oblique magnets; and
(6) The number of the tiny oblique magnets.

The output torque of the SMM is directly proportional to the flux density and the heights of all the magnets. It is directly proportional to the radii of the ring magnets; also it is proportional to the number and the inclination angle of the tiny oblique magnets. But it is inversely proportional to the thickness of the ring mafnets...

Offline alan

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In other words: fake

Offline tiquila77

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In other words, the behaviour of the motor can be perfected described mathmatically.

If H, B are respectively the height and the flux density of all the magnets; if R and D are respectively the radius and thickness of any of the ring magnet; and if N and Q are respectively the number and inclination angle of the tiny oblique nagnets; then the torque T of the motor would be equal to the right hand side of the equation given below.

T= K * H^a * B^b * R^c * D^-d * N^e * Q^f

K is the constant and its exact value can be gotten from experiment. The values of the powers a, b, c, d, e, and f can be gotten from dimensional analysis...

Offline tiquila77

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In the recent simulations, the total tiny oblique magnets were 40, and the output torque was 3Nm. The moment of inertia of the pivoted ring magnet was 1426.09201 *10^-6 Kgm^2; the angular acceleration was 2103.6 rad/sec.

If we assume that the pivoted ring magnet started from rest, the angular velocity of the magnet would be equal to (at), where "a" is the angular velocity, and t is the time taken to accelerate...

If t=1second, then the angular velocity is equal to 2103.6 rad/sec.
The formular for power is the product of torque and angular velocity.
Thus the power output of the pivoted magnet is (3 * 2103.6) Watt i.e. 6.309KW or 8.457Horsepower....

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@Stefan

I have a moving GIF animation of such system, but I cannot post it here because your forum corrupts animated GIF files.

Offline hartiberlin

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@Stefan

I have a moving GIF animation of such system, but I cannot post it here because your forum corrupts animated GIF files.

Please post it in a ZIP file archive
or send me the file via email to
hartiberlin@gmail.com

Many thanks.

Regards, Stefan.

Offline l0stf0x

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Can anyone export the file for maxwell 11 and post it here? This file is for maxwell 14
 I don't know If it can be done somehow

I got the 11 version :( and it doesn't open the project.. Thanks

Offline MagnaProp

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I'd hit them up for a free 30 day evaluation copy. Seems fairly straight forward from the info given in the video though.

I'm curious as to what these parts I have circled in red are? Are they magnets or metal pieces that are attracted to magnets or metal such as copper which isn't attracted to magnets?