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Author Topic: Hybrid Bucking Coils  (Read 1167 times)


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Hybrid Bucking Coils
« on: July 31, 2022, 04:29:22 PM »

A hybrid magnet is when a combination of permanent magnet and electromagnets
together function as one magnet when the electromagnet is energized.

The idea is to build devices that operate with the attraction of the permanent
magnets for 50% of the time with the power to the electromagnet off.

Then when the permanent magnet gets to the place where it would normally
produce reverse torque on the devise, the electromagnet is activated.

This activation of the electromagnet with the physical location of the permanent
magnets will create a functional magnet with its poles now changed to a new location
as a result of the joining of these components into a hybrid.

By doing this, devices can be built with half the duty cycle of input power for the
operation of the device.  This can easily work in motors.
I believe that it can be included into generator devices as well.

The drawing below is showing 5 of the modes that the hybrid configurations
of permanent magnets and electromagnets can be arranged into for a bucking
arrangement that might cause a fluctuating magnetic field in the
electrical steel and output coils of a generator..

The device would need to be extended and looped around into a circle.
The different modes would need to be properly cycled through in order
to produce a proper magnetic flux changes in the generator.

One person had a response that this technology will not work because
it will lock up.  This may be true.

Can our motor and generators operate with a 50% duty cycle
rather than a 100% duty cycle and still get the performance
of current motor and generator devices on the market today?