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Author Topic: Spinning magnets with coil designs issues  (Read 279 times)

Offline jhewitt03041976@gmail.com

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Spinning magnets with coil designs issues
« on: June 29, 2018, 05:13:23 PM »
Some time ago, in my experiments, I had noticed an issue that would cause an Overunity device utilizing magnets spinning over/around/inside coils, the issue was at a point where the device reaches a certain RPM, the device has a sudden and continuous limiting effect, testing for friction from physical contact or even passive like drag from air, etc. provided no results, I tested with just magnetic motivator (magnets pushing other magnets) as well as configurations that involve powered motivators such as small motors hooked into the system, yet despise the size and multiple configurations, I ended up having the same effects that prevented the system becoming self-sufficient, I had realized, at a certain point where the system produces enough power, the coils start producing an effect that replicates an electromagnetic motor, it actually causes a braking or magnetic drag on the system, equalizing between passive amount of production and active amount of a load, I believe I have designed an additional circuit to be added that would counteract this effect while maintaining a very high efficiency, reducing loss from resistance, I will not reveal the design at this time, until I can perfect it, but I did share the discovery so that others can use and design their own correction circuit. I wish luck to everyone interested and hope you also share any discoveries with others here too !!! Peace, Never Look Down and Never Be Looked Down At !!!

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Re: Spinning magnets with coil designs issues
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2018, 08:06:22 AM »
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I did share the discovery so that others can use and design their own correction circuit


Where did you share this?


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