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Author Topic: Flow Through Three Layer Electromechanical Movement Motor  (Read 1587 times)

Offline Lunkster

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Flow Through Three Layer Electromechanical Movement Motor
« on: November 24, 2020, 05:41:37 AM »
About 40 years ago I designed a flow through motor that I had drawings to build, but the estimate for the custom magnets was more than I was willing to pay.  So this is a very expensive motor to build.  I modified the design of the old motor to incorporate the reconfiguration of the stator assembly of the newer designs.  This reduces the power input making this motor design more efficient than what it was before.

The closer the rotor and stator magnets interact with each other, the more torque is produced by the motor.
So when I first designed this motor, I thought how can I get closer than one assembly moving through the other assembly.
Well in order to do this, I do have to hold the parts together, so the slot into the stator ring was the only way I could think of doing that .  I also wanted to turn a shaft, so I needed to make it circular as well.  So in order to do this, almost everything has to be custom made.

Now the thought is that if enough of these are built, then the parts will not be custom anymore.
So I have always wanted to bring the flow through motor into the the world of this new technology.
In order to do this, the changing in size of the stator permanent magnets and functional magnets is not the best, because the magnets like to be the same size between the rotor and stator assemblies.  So this motor design will operate better with more segments of travel in it,
This is because with more segments of travel means the poles of the rotor permanent magnets and the stator permanent magnets become closer to the same size.  This increases the efficiency.  If a segment of travel was only 1 degree the stator would most likely turn into one big ring magnet and there would be little interaction between the rotor and stator assemblies.  So there always seem to be a balance of the way these motors can be designed and built.


Offline Lunkster

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Re: Flow Through Three Layer Electromechanical Movement Motor
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2020, 02:26:29 PM »
What Designing motor is for me
1.)  Come up with concept.
2.) Improve on the concept.
3.) Make it more manufacturable.
4.) Share it freely with other people

This flow through design is an improvement over the last design in that it uses less wire in the electromagnets and the permanent magnets are larger in the stator assembly.  This should improve both the efficiency and power over the last design on this post.
THe down fall is the contact strips in the design.  Now I could have the next design without those strips, but the mechanical design and build would be more costly to do.  I have solid contact strips because there are several options to power and control these motors.
A computer would be able to control the motor start up and speed and operate the two tank circuits at a 25% duty cycle if desired.  In this way you would not even need signal magnet strips or other positioning hardware in the motor design.