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### Author Topic: Can Anyone Explain Why The Following Sticky-Less Magnet-Motor Should Not Work ?  (Read 3497 times)

#### PerpetualMotion12345678

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##### Can Anyone Explain Why The Following Sticky-Less Magnet-Motor Should Not Work ?
« on: June 24, 2015, 02:53:05 AM »
Below,  are two diagrams of a Sticky-Less-Magnet-Motor.

(  The direction of rotation is shown by a white arrow )

It is sticky-Less because the only sticky-point ( the last magnet on the wheel to leave the component on the diagram labelled as  'A',   is perfectly counterbalanced by the next first magnet on the wheel the be attracted to  'A' ) .
NOTE : This Magnet-Motor could work by either having magnets on the rim of the wheel,  and component 'A' could just be made of metal( not a magnet ) ,  OR,  the magnets on the wheel could be replaced with pieces of metal,  and  'A'  could be magnetic. (  OR,   the 'wheel' has magnets and  'A' is also magnetic ).  WHY IT SHOULD WORK -  Pieces of metal always move to the middle point of a magnet,   and magnets always move to the middle point of a piece of metal.

The second diagram below,   shows another design for the component on the First-Diagram below,  which is labelled as  'A' .