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Author Topic: Echlin, Flynn, Kunnel - flux path devices  (Read 915 times)

Offline norman6538

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Echlin, Flynn, Kunnel - flux path devices
« on: January 06, 2018, 02:54:27 PM »
I am reviewing the Echlin, Flynn, Kunnel flux path devices.

I understand that the Echlin is a no Lenz counter to motion device
because the coil is perpendicular to the magnet. If that is true
then it is a VERY GOOD THING.

But as drawn there is a very strong sticky spot when the metal
shifts the flux to the coil. But if that could be properly phased with
a second device then that pull toward and the pull back when leaving
could be balanced so that there is only a mechanical rotation
work in required. I am working on a drawing to show that setup.

I remember Al Francour sp? got this working but he said that it
required very close tolerances.

There could be a mechanical version of this as well as a elec generator
version but the mechanical version always has severe limits due to the
further weaker aspect of magnets.

There really is not much recent activity on Echlin, Flynn, Kunnel flux path devices.

I hope someone can enlighten us on these devices.
Kunnel said that his device worked but not as drawn. I never could figure
out how to fix the drawing.

There is an improved version of the Flynn setup called Pemox.
see attached.

Norman

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Offline leomongolia

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Re: Echlin, Flynn, Kunnel - flux path devices
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2018, 12:49:46 PM »
Hello
Let us consider a simple version like a Flynn device:
https://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/512773000000c6.png

 

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