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Author Topic: Self Powered Generator & Motors-Part 2  (Read 1460 times)

Offline seraphis

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Self Powered Generator & Motors-Part 2
« on: October 03, 2018, 12:31:44 AM »
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A continuously rotating North seeking electro-magnet which attempts to align itself with the Earth's magnetic lines of force. The electro-magnet has the ability to change
its polarity with each one-half revolution in the case of a unit with one electro-magnet only. With each half revolution the rotation is accelerated due to a boost given by the collapsing magnetic field in the electro-magnet at the moment of polarity reversal.
The device is not self starting, starting from a external source of power, such as a battery.
The device is connected to a generator which only requires that it be caused to rotate to develop electrical current.
The output from this generator is then used to energize the electromagnet described in the first paragraph.
The outside source of starting power may then be disconnected once the motor/ generator is up to speed.

The device is then running without a external source of power and will run continuously while generating electricity.