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Title: Assisted Magnetic Generator
Post by: Brutus on September 28, 2015, 12:10:49 AM
I have been playing with this idea for a while and decided to throw it out there and see if any agree with the thought.   I can't get enough kbs. apparently to show live pictures of mock up I did so will only show drawings.  The concept is to use a variable speed electric motor in the center of base plate which will have 3 large magnets aligned at 120 degrees which will be used to drive a set of a minimum of four magnet generators.  The construction being similar to a wind turbine.   The driving mode of these individual units would be an equal size magnet array as the drive motor at the bottom which the drive motor will force to turn.  There by giving power assist to four individual magnet generators.  I have two designs for the actual coil and magnet array as you can see.  One is a set of 8 magnetic balls going through a set of 6 curved coils in each of the four units.   The other design is contructed like a wind generator using a flat coil stator and a set of flat magnets on rotor stand off to give distance from each group of magnets.   I also have shown the usage of a belt drive alternative to the magnets just in case you prefer more torque.    You can hopefully, as I have not built it yet, get more power out than used and supply the electric motor with  free energy.    You can expand and add as many more units to the build as you like as long as you align one driving magnet array to another. I can see 8 units on a single motor drive easily.   Each will push/drive the other.   If you set up the drive magnets as I have shown on two rotatable disks and spin one close to the other you will see the power I am talking about to make this work. 
Title: Re: Assisted Magnetic Generator
Post by: Brutus on October 12, 2015, 10:48:28 PM
For those who would like to see a different but similar idea.  Where as my idea is using the assisting power of a drive motor for the driving of the rotor and stator with magnets for several units.   Raoul's  power motor is using the magnet array of multiple assemblies to run their own individual generators.  My magnet array pushes against each other while Raoul's is pulling toward each other.     To see his  generator go to the PJK BOOK and look up Raoul Hatem's energy system.  On my copy it is Chapter 2 page 46 thru 48.   It's pretty nice.                                       I have just stumbled onto this site which shows a very similar project by Bobby Thomas I was unaware of till now.  It is very much like my idea for propulsion  of the generators.  It seems many have looked at this concept before me.  This site shows the Hatem assembly in motion. 
Title: Re: Assisted Magnetic Generator
Post by: Brutus on July 10, 2017, 11:14:13 PM
 Here are some pictures of this idea on a partial mock up.  I just wanted to give you a visual of the model as to how it is constructed.  As you can see the center magnets will rotate causing the outer magnets to rotate to avoid the center magnets by the pushing of the magnets against each other.  Or trying to push each other away.   This will force  the outer units to rotate and generate the electric current  by running the top magnets across the coils.  On a complete array you would have four of these outer units surrounding the inner driver.  There by running four generators from one central driver.   The pictures only show the construction process not the actual materials needed.  I just used what I had lying around to demonstrate the design. 
How it works is the center driver has three sets of magnets, or one bigger solid one if you like, in three equal distances around the diameter.  Set it up any way you want, I am just giving you the concept.  The Drum you see is only a spacing device to separate the magnetic forces and keep every thing from interfering with each other.  The drum will be spinning around in synchronized motion equal to the drive motor.  The drive magnets will be positive or negative side out, (Does not matter), because the drum section will be the same so that each will push at each other and keep forcing each other away.  On top of the drum are placed the rotor magnets that will be passing over the coils .  The coils are located in the smaller container shown.  (I only show a small container here to illustrate the place where the coils reside.)  So as the drum rotates the top magnets placed on top of the drum are passing over the coils creating the current you want to capture.   Now if you think this is to much with the magnets and all,  I have an alternative solution by not using the magnets to drive the assembly at all, but to just put a belt on the whole bunch and still being driven by the center drive motor.  Picture shows how to run the belt on paper next to the assembly.  The space between the driver motor and the outer units shown here in the picture are really to far away as depicted.  They should be as close as manageable to allow as much magnetic energy to come into play as possible.  The closer the better. 

If you want to test the idea.  Just get two assemblies of three equally space magnets on wheels and as close as you can get them,  face the magnets polarity toward each other of the same polarity. Start rotating one wheel and watch how the magnets coordinate their motion to each other.  They will fall lock step into a centered middle rotation. 
On the completed assembly you will need to start the driver slowly so that the outer units can keep up the centering coordination. 
Title: Re: Assisted Magnetic Generator
Post by: Brutus on July 14, 2017, 07:45:20 PM
I think  it would be better to go large on this idea if you plan on getting much power to use.  So I suggest something such as the P&k washing machine motors as your outside generators.  They are already assembled and can be modified easily enough to fit the project.  Also re-wiring is not difficult with the plans to do so.  You can use the belt drive alternative if you need more thrust to drive the assembly.  Here is web site that gives you  instructions  and math on the various aspects of doing it this way. You can go to other areas  to get more information on different ways of wiring .