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Author Topic: Self Powered Generator & Motors - Part 28  (Read 130 times)

Offline seraphis

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Self Powered Generator & Motors - Part 28
« on: November 27, 2018, 09:51:47 PM »
Publication Number
JP53-67814

Title
REVOLVING MOTOR FORMED OF COMBINATION OF PERMANENT MAGNETS
AND STRONGLY MAGNETIC BODIES SUCH AS IRON.

Abstract
A revolving motor formed of a combination of permanent magnets and strongly magnetic bodies such as iron and so forth in which a plurality and a plurality of series of rotors 2 formed of combinations of strongly magnetic bodies 5 such as iron and so forth and permanent magnets 6 is disposed through the medium of an arm 3 between a plurality of permanent magnets 1, 1 …

Detailed Description of the Invention
This invention relates to a revolving motor formed of a combination of permanent magnets and strongly magnetic bodies such as iron and so forth.

Hitherto, it has been necessary to provide electric power as the source of motive force in order to drive electric motors. It has therefore been necessary to provide large amounts of electric power, and in order to obtain such electric power, we have in general relied upon thermal power plants most of which employ bunker oil and so forth, apart from a certain amount of electric power generated from hydro and nuclear energy and so forth.

At present, the demand for electric power is increasing year by year, and after a certain number of years, it will no longer be possible to meet the demand for electric power. For that reason, efforts have been made to respond to the increase in demand through nuclear power and other means, but the development of these means is unlikely to occur very rapidly because they suffer from various problems.

In addition, whereas the increase in the demand for electric power has responded to the great increase in the price of crude oil due to the recent Oil Shocks, the situation is becoming increasingly difficult. Moreover, as we now enter a period of stable expansion, there are limits to the import of crude oil, and imports of crude oil will be unable to meet any greater increase in the demand for electric power.

For these reasons, the development of the next generation of energy sources such as nuclear power in particular is a pressing concern at present as we face the reality of the depletion of energy.

The present invention has been developed as a result of research and development aimed at this need, and is characterized by rotation by the repulsive force of lines of magnetic force without the necessity for the supply of energy from elsewhere, and moreover the present invention emits no pollution, such as exhaust gases, which are now a problem.

As can be seen in the drawings, a rotating shaft 4 is fixed in the axis of a disc-shaped plate forming a plurality of permanent magnets 1, 1 … for which an orifice 6 is provided for the passage of the rotary shaft 4 in such a manner as not to come into contact with the rotary shaft 4, and a rotor 2 that consists of a combination of strongly magnetic bodies 5 such as iron and so forth and permanent magnets 6 is fixed through the medium of an arm 3 of non-magnetic material between the plurality of permanent magnets 1, 1 to the rotary shaft 4. The rotors 2 are disposed radially in the axis of the rotary shaft 4 in the direction of the axis as illustrated in Figure 3 and Figure 5, and in the rotors 2 two permanent magnets 6 and 6’ are enclosed and fixed on the two sides of the head 3a of arms 3 of non-magnetic material in such a manner that the poles of the permanent magnets 6 and 6’ are mutually opposed as for example in Figure 8 in which the top side of the surface opposite to the direction of rotation 10 is the N pole and the down side is the S pole, strong magnetic materials are bonded to and in contact with the reverse side to the surface of the direction of rotation, such that the lines of magnetic force do not emanate from the surface of the direction of rotation.

The disc-shaped plate form permanent magnets 1, 1’ … are fixed to an outer frame 7, and the rotary shaft 4 on which the rotor 2 is mounted is in contact through the medium of ball bearings 9 with the outer frame 7.

The differences in the density of the lines of magnetic force is intended to yield rotary force, and to explain Figure 7 and Figure 8, Figure 7 is a side cross-sectional view of the rotor 2. The poles of the upper magnet 6 and the lower magnet 6’ are mutually reversed, and when in contact with the strongly magnetic body 5 such as iron at the left hand side of the drawing, the lines of magnetic force run in the direction of the dotted line 21 producing lines of magnetic force in the space at the left hand side.

When the rotor 2 which is in this state is placed within a fixed magnetic field such as in Figure 8, repulsive force is generated between the lines of magnetic force 21 that emanate from the right hand side of the rotor 2 and the lines of magnetic force 20 in the magnetic field. On the left hand side, the lines of magnetic force pass through the strongly magnetic body 5 and hence this effect does not arise.

The present invention makes use of such repulsive force as rotary force. Figure 9, Figure 10 and Figure 11 illustrate different forms of the rotor 2, but there is absolutely no difference in their principal and effects. Thus, Figure 9 illustrates an example in which the left hand side strongly magnetic body of the rotor 2 shown in Figure 6 is omitted, and in Figure 10 no strongly magnetic bodies are employed, and the non-magnetic arm 3 is inserted directly into the recess in the centre of the horseshoe-shaped magnet and linked.

In Figure 11, the non-magnetic arm 3 is inserted into the centre of the recess of a U-shaped magnet.

A plurality of such rotors 2 and of the disc-shaped permanent magnets 1 is provided, and the strength of the force generated by such a motor may be adjusted by increasing the number and mass of the rotors 2 and by employing magnets of even higher magnetism.

Such motors would be employed principally in the generation of electric power, but could, through the adjustment of the combinations and the magnetic force, be employed in a wide diversity of other applications also.

The method of the present invention as described above does not require the input of any electric power or other energy from outside, and the device can be employed until it becomes damaged and unusable, and hence the motor can be operated continuously until that time.

Figure 1 is a perpendicular cross-sectional drawing of the motor of the invention.
Figure 2 is an oblique view of the motor of the invention.
Figure 3 is a cross-sectional view along the line A-A.
Figure 4 is a cross-sectional view along the line B-B.
Figure 5 is an oblique view of the disc-shaped permanent magnets and of the rotors.
Figure 6 is an expanded oblique view of the rotors.
Figure 7 is a horizontal cross-sectional view of the rotors.
Figure 8 is a drawing illustrating the principle of the present invention.
Figure 9 and
Figure 10 and
Figure 11 are oblique views of different forms of the rotors.

Description of the Drawings
1, 1’   Disc-shaped permanent magnets
2   Rotor
3   Non-magnetic arm
3a   Head of arm
4   Rotary shaft
5   Strongly magnetic body
6, 6’   Permanent magnets mounted in the rotor
7   Outer frame
8   Orifice passing through rotary shaft
10   Direction of rotation
20, 21 Lines of magnetic force

Applicant:  Kimitaka Kumaya
30th November 1976

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