Mechanical free energy devices => mechanic => Topic started by: guest1289 on June 25, 2015, 08:08:45 PM

Title: Magnet-Motor with no sticky-points, no-one knows why it should not work ?
Post by: guest1289 on June 25, 2015, 08:08:45 PM
No one knows why this Magnet-Motor should not work.

Below,  are two diagrams of a Magnet-Motor with no sticky-points.

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

It has no sticky-points,   because the only sticky-point,  the last magnet on the wheel to leave the component on the diagram labelled as  'A',   is MORE-THAN counterbalanced by all of the magnets behind it on the wheel  ) .

NOTE :  Magnetic-Repulsion is not used in this Magnet-Motor ( not in this design ).

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' could have magnets and  'A' could also be magnetic ).

THE REASON WHY IT SHOULD WORK -  Pieces of metal always move to the middle point of a magnet,   and I assume that magnets always move to the middle point of a piece of metal.
SO,  ALL OF THE MAGNETS,  BEHIND THE LAST MAGNET ON THE WHEEL TO LEAVE THE COMPONENT ON THE DIAGRAM LABELLED AS  'A'  ,   WILL HAVE A  'TOTAL MAGNETIC FORCE'  WHICH IS GREATER THAN THAT OF THE LAST MAGNET ON THE WHEEL TO LEAVE THE COMPONENT ON THE DIAGRAM LABELLED AS  'A' ,   WHICH WOULD RESULT IN ROTATION.

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