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## New theories about free energy systems => Theory of overunity and free energy => Topic started by: guest1289 on September 10, 2016, 04:31:09 AM

Title: Permanent-Magnet-Motor Using An Uncommon Magnetic-Shielding Method
Post by: guest1289 on September 10, 2016, 04:31:09 AM
Permanent-Magnet-Motor Using An Uncommon Magnetic-Shielding Method

The two ways of of getting two magnets apart are, to pull them apart,  or to twist them apart.

This  Permanent-Magnet-Motor  uses the method of twisting them apart ,  as a method of Magnetic-Shielding.

( NOTE : I have not thought this  magnet-motor  out completely,  not only because I don't have any magnets to test with,  but also because I'm just typing a general idea  )

This magnet-motor consists of a  Main-Wheel  with numerous magnets on it's rim/perimeter,  and one stator-magnet.
NOTE : The wheel can only move in one direction due to an intentionally inbuilt design which is a  Non-Contact-Permanent-Magnet-Ratchet design,  which would use the arrangement of  triangle-shaped-magnets  which appear in my  Magnet-Motor-3.5( search this site ),  but merely to effect a non-contact-ratchet-effect.

When a magnet on the wheel is attracted to the stator-magnet,  and moves towards it,  this magnet on the wheel twists on it's own axis due to it possessing a screw-type( or propellor-type ) side edge shape,  which interacts with the magnetic( or just metallic ) specially designed edge of a  Static-Second-Wheel,   which sits on the same shaft as the   Main-Wheel
(  obviously the   Static-Second-Wheel  does not rotate  )

The  magnet on the wheel twists on it's own axis,  enough to allow it to get past the stator-magnet.

However,  I doubt that this Main-Wheel( and it's corresponding Static-Second-Wheel ) would rotate by itself,   so  I think you would have to connect 2 or more  Main-Wheels( including their corresponding Static-Second-Wheels ) together,  in such a way that when one Main-Wheel  is closest to it's stator-magnet,  then the other  Main-Wheel   is furthest from it's stator-magnet,  in order for the individual  Main-Wheels  help each other get past any type of points of friction .

NOTE :  I had previously posted this on another thread on this site,  since that thread uses the same type of  magnetic-shielding,  but I had thought this  magnet-motor out through less in that previous post,  than in this post.
However,  there's all sorts of details and things that I have not thought of,  and won't,  since I much prefer my  magnet-motor-3.5  because it's much simpler etc.

But if anyone wants to develop this design, that would be a good idea.
Title: Re: Permanent-Magnet-Motor Using An Uncommon Magnetic-Shielding Method
Post by: guest1289 on September 22, 2016, 12:48:30 AM
Posting this in this thread, because I don't like to interrupt the other relevant thread .
(  I don't know if this was already covered or mentioned on the other relevant thread  )

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The two ways of of getting two magnets apart are, to pull them apart,  or to twist them apart.

I had been thinking about how you would very accurately measure the difference in the energy required to :
-   pull two magnets apart
-   twist two magnets apart

An extremely accurate method would be to simply use very accurate weights( gravity ),  in other words simply to use a cord attached to the magnet,  and the other end of the cord is attached to an accurate weight.
So, you could determine through the weights required to twist,  or pull,  two magnets apart,  which is the most efficient method.
(  when testing the efficiency of  twisting,  you could simply attach the cord to one end of the magnet which is to be twisted apart from the other magnet )
(  I assume twisting would be the most efficient )
(  I assume that when the two magnets are successfully separated,  it doesn't matter what the final distance is between the two separated magnets,  but it might be up to interpretation )

Also, in this experiment,  you could possibly utilize  'Non-Electric-All-Permanent-Magnet-Levitation-Bearings'  to eliminate friction as much as possible in the experiment.

However,  what about the reverse of this experiment,  in other words,  the energy required to join two magnets together,   again comparing twisting with pushing,   remembering that you would need to use the exact same distances( Distance-A ) between the two magnets,  for twisting( Distance-A ),  and for pulling( Distance-A ),  when starting the test for twisting,  and for pulling.
(  In this test,  I think that pushing may be more efficient than twisting )
Title: Re: Permanent-Magnet-Motor Using An Uncommon Magnetic-Shielding Method
Post by: guest1289 on September 22, 2016, 01:05:45 AM
Doing some reading on the other relevant thread,  I notice that what I just posted in my previous post on this thread,  may or may not already have been covered on the other relevant thread,  but I don't know,  but it reminded me that they also use weights on the other thread.
Title: Re: Permanent-Magnet-Motor Using An Uncommon Magnetic-Shielding Method
Post by: lancaIV on September 24, 2016, 02:20:06 AM

When loading the load coil occurs by Lenz's law to a direction of rotation of the rotor opposing force.
This acting on the rotor brake force is severely limited by two factors in their effect:

It is known that the force of two interacting magnets is much lower when the magnets instead be laterally offset from one another demolished.This circumstance makes the mechanical energy converter ferromagnetic advantage.

2) In the present case are not separated two successive magnets acting, but the existing magnetic flux from one to the other yoke leg displaced without being interrupted.

As an alternative, not shown, DC powered electromagnets may also be used instead of the permanent magnets.This is possible because of high numbers of turns of coils and low voltages very strong magnetic fields can be created that make then in the form of the energy converter described above large amounts of magnetic energy available.
Title: Re: Permanent-Magnet-Motor Using An Uncommon Magnetic-Shielding Method
Post by: guest1289 on September 24, 2016, 07:23:12 PM
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