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Author Topic: Magneto Propulsion Units  (Read 10817 times)

Offline ltseung888

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Magneto Propulsion Units
« on: July 04, 2007, 01:31:16 PM »
Imagine an athlete swung a chain ball.  The moment he released the chain, the ball would fly in the tangential direction.

Now the force holding the ball is not via a chain but via a magnetic force.  The rotating ball rotates within a spherical container.  The rotational speed can be very fast - faster than any velocity of combustion gas.  When the magnetic force is cut, the ball can carry the sphere in a tangential direction.

This system is superior to all known chemical fuel propulsion.  The advantages are:
(1) No fuel is needed
(2) No mass is ejected
(3) Works also in outer space, the moon or the planets

Pulsed rotating Over Unity Devices leads naturally to the development of these magneto propulsion units.

See attached file by Forever Yuen for details.

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Magneto Propulsion Units
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Offline Paul-R

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Re: Magneto Propulsion Units
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2008, 01:58:56 PM »
Now the force holding the ball is not via a chain but via a magnetic force.  The rotating ball rotates within a spherical container. 
It takes energy to keep a ball rotating in a circle; otherwise, it will slow down and stop.
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Re: Magneto Propulsion Units
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2008, 11:38:25 PM »
It takes energy to keep a ball rotating in a circle; otherwise, it will slow down and stop.
Paul.

A working flying saucer prototype has been demonstrated in a stadium in China.  The details and contact person is Mr. Lee Cheung Kin (Email cheungkin331@hkbn.net).

Mr. Lee sent the information to President-Elect Obama on November 4, 2008 in an Open Letter.  If you have Internet Explorer, you can see the presentation slides in http://hk.geocities.com/winghang20022002/Flying_Saucer.files/frame.htm

The main theoretical experiment is shown below.

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Re: Magneto Propulsion Units
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Offline TinselKoala

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Re: Magneto Propulsion Units
« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2008, 12:09:25 AM »
Haven't we been here before?

When your ball is spinning around, it and whatever is in the center of its rotation (call it the magholder) , will actually be spinning around a mutual center of mass. When the connection is broken, both the ball and the magholder will fly off on tangents in opposite directions. The velocity that they will fly off will be determined by the initial rotation rate before separation, and their relative masses. If the outer sphere is fixed in some way to the magholder, its motion will be cancelled when the ball hits it.

In space, the center of mass of the system will not move.

Momentum is conserved, in this universe, anyway.

The claim about the flying saucer being demonstrated is demonstratably bogus, if the saucer is claimed to be kept aloft by other than aerodynamic means.

The "main theoretical experiment" is not an experiment, unless it can be in some coherent way used to demonstrate something about the LTLOT, and unless it illustrates something that is NOT EXPLAINED COMPLETELY by standard kinematics.

It does neither.

Neither will it hover or sustain flight.





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Re: Magneto Propulsion Units
« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2009, 04:40:05 AM »
Howdy I read about fords magneto powered model T. I heard of others have built this magneto magnet motor. My Stepfather had a big airplane magneto that he said it might be able to make a motor run with it but never got to do it. I took a iron core coil and stuck a magnet on the iron coil. When I ran 12 volts through the coil the magnet flipped. I hooked the same setup to the high tension wire on my 8 hp briggs an straton to ground with no luck. I will try a spark gap after the coil I may just be shorting it out. Has anybody pulsed a coil with a magneto? And whats the trick Thanks! I was out in a boat years ago and my freind started the outboard with a rope on the flywheel. the engine started and the nut holding the flywheel came off when he reved the motor. The flywheel lifted off the motor climbed about 60 feet high turned and flew to the side of the river and landed in the parking lot where we rowed to it and got it back. It flew not whipped.

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Re: Magneto Propulsion Units
« Reply #5 on: July 20, 2009, 08:58:29 PM »
Sorry but as i see that setup the cylinder cannot move, because the electromagnet pushes the magnet in opposite direction and the force is equal and opposite.
Am i missing something here ???

 

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