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Author Topic: Magnetic flux motor just patented that creates it's own electricity!  (Read 28985 times)

Offline Drak

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Re: Magnetic flux motor just patented that creates it's own electricity!
« Reply #330 on: May 14, 2023, 11:00:53 PM »
Hi Drak,

Re: 3 to 4 magnets. On surface one might think this will increase flux, and therefore force, by 33%. Fallacy. Doesn't work that way. Yes, there is benefit, but not as you might expect. Without going into theory detail, which a textbook would serve you better than I, do this. Use. This magnetic calculator.
Use N42. I sample ran 0.25 x 0.25 x 0.75 thick & 0.025 inch gap vs same only 1.0 inch thick. Not much difference in pull force at all.

Change the face area, like 0.25 x 0.5 x 0.75" thick and see the difference.

Like they say at the race track, run what you brung. Modify later.
ps. It was likely the bearing seals removed.  And likely they were greased. Especially if you may have contaminated them, clean/flush with solvent to remove all grease and lubricate with light oil, not wd40. Occasionally add a drop of oil. Keep clean, perhaps fashion paper non contact shields.

Thanks, thats a relief, I 'm glad it won't make much of a difference. I'll run all the tests I can with what I got and modify as I go. These bearings are in good condition not contaminated or anything, I haven't removed the seals yet, all of the sanding waste would make its way in them, as soon as it all fits together and spins nicely and the.. device.. is all cleaned out, then I'll remove the seals. I've removed the grease before on other bearings, I replaced with 3-in-one oil, unless there is another easy to get off the shelf product. I'm guessing just for a few tests it should be ok.

Offline lumen

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Re: Magnetic flux motor just patented that creates it's own electricity!
« Reply #331 on: May 16, 2023, 11:47:05 PM »
If you watch the graphs that show the input torque to output torque, they appear to be nearly inline as if the director is simply pulling the armature magnets around.
It seems to make some sense in that the same field force on a smaller diameter will take less torque to break free while the magnet tries to connect both poles by adjusting it's position moving the armature at it's larger diameter to do so.
I was thinking that once the director core was rotated that the field through the armature magnets would become weaker and break free from the stator with less force. But maybe not!

Watching the video carefully may reveal the effect causing the gain and how better results might be achieved.

There are also small laminated pole pieces on each end of the armature magnets that assure a strong field connection to both the director core and the stator core.
« Last Edit: May 17, 2023, 03:09:54 AM by lumen »