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Author Topic: A NEW 'MAGNETIC-BEARING', INVENTED TODAY  (Read 7604 times)

Offline TinselKoala

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Re: A NEW 'MAGNETIC-BEARING', INVENTED TODAY
« Reply #15 on: August 29, 2015, 03:03:06 PM »
Yes, your description is perfectly clear... and it WILL NOT WORK.  (It + might+ work if the axle is spinning fast enough, that is, spin-stabilized. But as soon as the spinning slows, it will crash.)

Unfortunately I can see that there is no possibility of convincing you of this. The only hope for you is to solve whatever problem is preventing you from performing your own experiments, so that you can do some bench work of your own, to see how magnets actually behave.

Do you really think that nobody has tried this before? Do you find some theoretical flaw in Earnshaw's Theorem? Don't you think that a company such as Steorn would have tried this and used it, if it could possibly work?

I have dozens of magnets here, I even have a full set of the superstrong, concentric ring magnets that Steorn used in their "zero-force" bearings that they used in the Plinth Orbos. And I've shown you already my working version of the Mendocino suspension... which requires that single point of _rigid contact_ which cannot be replaced with repelling magnets as in your idea. And many other people reading here also have plenty of magnets with which to build and test. But of course, when we fail to make something that works according to your idea, you can just say that we didn't do it exactly right somehow. The only way for you to really know is to DO IT YOURSELF, and build up a little real experience with magnets. 

Or, perhaps you could _hire_ someone, pay them what their time and expertise is worth and have them build something to your _exact_ dimensioned specifications.

Let me ask you frankly: Just what would it take for you to be convinced that this idea does not and cannot work? What kind of experimental or theoretical evidence would you accept? Clearly you do not accept Earnshaw's Theorem, or the input which I have given you. Is it possible that _no_ data from _anyone_ could convince you that your idea won't work?

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Re: A NEW 'MAGNETIC-BEARING', INVENTED TODAY
« Reply #15 on: August 29, 2015, 03:03:06 PM »

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Re: A NEW 'MAGNETIC-BEARING', INVENTED TODAY
« Reply #16 on: August 29, 2015, 06:55:01 PM »
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I  wonder  if either the  'stator-magnets'  or  the  'rotating-magnet'  in  this  'magnetic-bearing',  were replaced with a  replica  made of  Bizmuth( or other diamagnetic material ),   what would be the result

   OR

     -  If the  'stator-magnets'  or  the  'rotating-magnet'  in  'Any Other'   'magnetic-bearing' ,   were replaced with a  replica  made of  Bizmuth( or other diamagnetic material )  ,   could it make a difference to them 

    No  real need to reply to this one,  I would assume it's already been tried etc

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Re: A NEW 'MAGNETIC-BEARING', INVENTED TODAY
« Reply #17 on: August 30, 2015, 11:28:46 PM »
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In the diagram below,   is my new design for the   magnetic-bearing  that I created this thread for.

(  The  problem  with the diagram  is that I would have preferred to make the  spherical-magnets  slightly smaller,   and/or,  perhaps with more space between  each spherical-magnet.    )

I have replaced the  'cylindrical-permanent-magnets( stators )'  which keeps the   'central rotating-cylindrical-permanent-magnet'   in place in this  magnetic-bearing.  with   'spherical-magnets'  .

And,  I should state the reason why I think that the  previous-version  of this  magnetic-bearing( in the diagram below 'SIDE VIEW OF PREVIOUS VERSION.JPG'  )  could function successfully,  and that reason  is the relative   small-diameter   of the of the    'cylindrical-permanent-magnets( stators )'  when  compared  to the  large-diameter of the   'central rotating-cylindrical-permanent-magnet',   one reason why they have a   small-diameter  is so that they will not interfere with each others  magnetic-fields .  (   this is something I wan't to retain in my new version which uses   'spherical-magnets' ).

Don't bother  replying  saying this won't work,  I'm just posting it anyway




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Re: A NEW 'MAGNETIC-BEARING', INVENTED TODAY
« Reply #17 on: August 30, 2015, 11:28:46 PM »
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