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Author Topic: 1 Coil Cutting the Flux , 1 Coil With The Grain. Bucking  (Read 716 times)

Offline floodrod

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1 Coil Cutting the Flux , 1 Coil With The Grain. Bucking
« on: July 29, 2022, 04:55:00 PM »
In this experiment I am seeing almost a complete vanishing of drag, while still producing 12V open circuit from the generator.

The Setup-  a 2 pole rotor with 1 coil setup the conventional way that will cause back EMF and a good amount of drag.  That coil is connected to a 2nd identical coil with a core that is positioned in a manner where the magnets on the rotor follow the grain of the windings and do not induce nearly as much.  But the 2nd coil's inducted magnetic field still influences the rotor magnets.

I set them up to buck, so when the first coil is dragging, the 2nd coil is doing the opposite (helping the rotor) without inducing nearly as much power as the primary coil, yet still influencing the rotor with the flux field in it from the first coil. I still get 12V open circuit with the 22 gauge wire coils, and the spin-time of the rotor is just about identical whether it it is open or shorted.

The video compares spin-times of the standard coil shorted alone, both coils bucking, and both coils in-line with each-other. It also shows scope voltage readings to ensure at least some power is produced.

I think this can be optimized better by designing specific coil geometry that reduces the 2nd coil's induction and possibly enhances the effect the fields have on the rotor.

See the test video-