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Author Topic: "Locked" current problem solved in Magneto designs  (Read 2425 times)


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"Locked" current problem solved in Magneto designs
« on: June 14, 2007, 12:16:15 AM »
I have solved the problem of getting a magneto type coil/iron core to allow it's full power potential to be utilized. The problem being current is "locked up" in this type of generator due to the voltage/current frequency aspect inherent in these systems. These systems must be voltage only systems. I am writing a paper tonight and will post it to my web page and to this list. This is a major break through for overunity research that uses these coil/soft ferromagnetic core designs. If you take the resistance of the wire in the coil and divide it into the voltage out put of the coil you will find that the current should be for instance, 2 amps, but you are only getting .008 amps out when it's operating. This is due to back emf induced into the adjacent wires due to changing magnetic field strength of the coil during the rotor cycle. I have found a way to unlock the "trapped" power from this type of system.

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Re: "Locked" current problem solved in Magneto designs
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2007, 11:53:29 PM »

If you really solved this, then you have just possibly solved the problem of converting existing internal combustion engines to magnetic power, by only removing the piston rings(no compression needed), chamber oil, mounting a permanent magnet on top of the piston, and replacing the heads with electromagnets powered by a magneto! Just a thought!