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Author Topic: Flux Compensating Magnetic Motor  (Read 1112 times)

Offline Lunkster

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Flux Compensating Magnetic Motor
« on: September 15, 2020, 03:03:57 AM »
Flux Compensating Magnetic Motor

Flux is a mechanical way of transferring potential energies between coils that can make corrections in circuits.
In an resonant circuit, there are currents moving back and forth in two directions.  The flux in a transformer core material can handle retrieving and sending currents through the output coils in a manor that does not require more power from the power circuit.  So as the resonant output circuit looks like it has all kinds of free power, the power supply current reads lower because of it.  Instead of free energy, I see that the circuit is operating more efficiently.  So my goal was to use the flux more in circuit designs.  The drawing has three coils in the transformer.  One coil is a driver coil, One coil is an output coil and one coil is in the output circuit is driving flux in the opposite direction as the output coil in order to reduce the load from the driver coil in the transformer.  This should reduce the overall power requirement of the motor system.
The output coil driving the magnetic motor has a built in back EMF capturing element to it.  THe back EMF adjusts the flux in a way that the next time the output coil uses power, it does not have as much of a draw from the transformer driver coil.

The Lunkster
« Last Edit: September 15, 2020, 05:08:21 AM by Lunkster »