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Author Topic: (Uncensored) Twist Drive Research  (Read 287 times)

Offline sm0ky2

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(Uncensored) Twist Drive Research
« on: May 11, 2023, 07:19:03 AM »
This thread is to discuss the unbiased physics of the “twist drive” mechanism.
Also known as magnetic twist release, in use since 1806

The following segment is an excerpt from one of my recently censored posts:


I will again give clarification, if anyone wants to actually read my posts that get censored, pull up the thread on the cached backpages of the date of my posts.

To calculate the “twisted” combined fields:

Clarification on use of ceramic magnets:

Ceramics and cobalts have larger, less dense fields, as do iron magnets
Rare earth and metas have tightly compact fields which are stronger and more dense.
The effect can be observed using any type of magnets. Higher the density, the greater the force across a shorter distance. You can observe the differences directly by selecting magnets of various types of the same strength rating.


Proof of concept independently replicated:


clarification of the magnetic interactions:

at parallel alignment:
field interactions approach a maximum

At 90-degrees along an axis perpendicular to the axis of magnetization:
field interactions approach 1/2


an ideal twist drive (with no system losses) would provide +50% mechanical leverage
A real world device would provide something less

Any number of machines can be designed using this principle

“switchable magnets” use this to ease the work done by the consumer

earliest known use was in the 1800’s, old timers would use this to pull strong magnets apart


After years of research from qualified builders this device has been determined to be a mechanical leverage device.
Similar to Archimedes leverage technology, but using aspects of combined magnetic fields:

The mechanical gain comes at a similar cost to that of a lever.

Following will be examples throughout history from the 1800’s forward, of this technology being used for its’ mechanical advantage.

Conclusion:  not  Overunity

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Re: (Uncensored) Twist Drive Research
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2023, 07:34:54 AM »

In 1806 this was discovered, and since has been the preferred method of separating magnets that would otherwise be difficult to separate by hand:


Conversion from magnetic twist to Archimedean leverage:


These are some commercially available devices on the market today