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Author Topic: Self Powered Generators & Motors - Part 18  (Read 1598 times)

Offline seraphis

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Self Powered Generators & Motors - Part 18
« on: October 30, 2018, 12:54:44 AM »
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Achievement of an autonomous rotating movement in both directions obtained with three specifically sought elements:

1)…Blocking zone (2).
2)…Driving zone ((2).
3)…Magnetic key (5).

These elements carry magnetic charges equal but unlimited.

The purpose of this new invention is to demonstrate by its process today that it is possible to obtain a rotating magnetic movement in both directions in the absence of known external energy.

The RMD (ROTATING MAGNETIC DISK). By the sole presence of magnets properly placed on the disk and in relation to the disk's axle, we obtain a rotation in one direction or the other.

The drawings and the explanations provided herein should be construed as indicative and not restrictive. They represent an approach privileged by the author which enables one to easily understand the invention.

Fig. 1. the disk (1) is divided in 4 cross-shaped zones (2) illustrated in the drawing by dotted lines. The zones known as blocking zones are directly above the central axle of the disk as well as 4 zones known as driving zones (3). In these driving zones are located properly placed axles (6) designed to receive magnetic keys (5)

Fig. 2. The cross-section of the disk clearly shows the position of the axles on both sides (6) designed to receive the keys (5) and this in relation to the main axle of the disk (4).

Fig. 3. The magnetic key (5) holds magnets along its entire length and sides, in undeniably even numbers.

Fig. 6. (COMPRESSOR). The magnets (8) placed on their supports (9) are designed to be placed in the blocking (2) and driving (3) zones.

Fig 4. The drawing clearly shows the proper placement of the magnets from Fig. 6 called compressors in relation to the magnetic keys (5), the latter being also located (parallel and facing each other) in both the blocking and the driving zone.
The rotation of the disk is now possible by the sole opposing magnetic forces deliberately sought between compressors (6) and keys (5). To obtain a clockwise rotation, the upper compressor in the driving zone need only be in attraction in relation to the upper magnet of the key while the lower compressor should be in repulsion in relation to the lower element of the key.

The placement described above must be reversed for the blocking zone. The key will thus be neutralized in perfect balance. To obtain a reverse rotation, the process must be inverted (as a reminder the labels A and R in the drawing refer to attraction and repulsion).

Fig 5. The drawing of this disk clearly demonstrates the multiplying potential of magnetic charges both in number and in strength. In addition, the disks themselves may be multiplied on a fixed or moving axle to obtain additional and indefinite power.

The field of the disk as well as the fixed axle may be used for some driving mechanism, namely: ratchet, ragged field, belt, etc.

It is also evident that it is possible to add to the same axle an undetermined and indefinite number of disks.
The RMD mentioned above may only be obtained through the compulsory union of the three elements mounted on a disk, namely: magnetic blocking, magnetic driving, and magnetic key. The three elements of this disk can be loaded with magnetic forces unlimited in number and in strength. However, these magnetic charges must always be placed facing each other and parallel.

The RMD applies within the scope of an energetic magnetic force with multiple driving uses both known and unknown to this day.