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m668004

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Magnetic Energy Pump Design
« on: June 03, 2005, 05:42:31 PM »
Please look at: http://jnaudin.free.fr/html/mep1.htm

And then look at the picture I attached.

4 diskmagnets, 2 ironplates and 2 steelweights are used. The rotation of the 2 inner magnets changes the flux, so the steelweights will move periodically. The rotation of the 2 rotormagnets takes very little work, because the forces on both sides are equal. When, for example, the left rotormagnet resists the rotation, then the right rotormagnet will support it - and reversed. So the resisting and the supporting force neutralize each other and the rotor can moved easily.

M.
« Last Edit: June 03, 2005, 08:45:05 PM by m668004 »

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Magnetic Energy Pump Design
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Offline gyulasun

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Re: Magnetic Energy Pump Design
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2005, 08:36:27 AM »
Hi? M,

You show a very interesting idea here, thanks for sharing it. Because there is a continuous flux change at the ends of the two ironplates I think you can place coils there to induce voltage in them. My question is : what do you think will Lenz law work against the rotation of the two inner magnets if you load the two coils ??

My other question : How can you utilize the periodic movements of the steelweights ?

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Re: Magnetic Energy Pump Design
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2005, 11:56:15 AM »
@Gyula

Good questions. I'm not sure about Lenz. Therefore I attached weights and not coils.? ;) Maybe another person could answer this question.? ???

The peridodic movements of the steelweights could be used to generate an alternating pressure and flow in a gas or a liquid or to turn a wheel, but then the weights are part of the wheel that moves under the influence of the changing flux. Other ideas are possible.

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Re: Magnetic Energy Pump Design
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Offline wizkycho

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Re: Magnetic Energy Pump Design
« Reply #3 on: June 06, 2005, 08:34:18 AM »
Please look at: http://jnaudin.free.fr/html/mep1.htm

And then look at the picture I attached.

4 diskmagnets, 2 ironplates and 2 steelweights are used. The rotation of the 2 inner magnets changes the flux, so the steelweights will move periodically. The rotation of the 2 rotormagnets takes very little work, because the forces on both sides are equal. When, for example, the left rotormagnet resists the rotation, then the right rotormagnet will support it - and reversed. So the resisting and the supporting force neutralize each other and the rotor can moved easily.

M.

It is better to keep it mechanicall for now.

This WORKS if thickness of the ironplates is adjusted like in mine wizkychos PMM and RPMM. But this is not very tricky job
and a gradient of precission for adjustment is 0.5 mm, which makes it easy to adjust.

I still give advantage to my Rotational PMM at
http://starglider.netfirms.com/RPMMonly.html think it is easier to build.

but You have one advantage. Yours can really work for 1000 years, RPMM if properly set (distance between repel magnets) "only" 100 to 500 years.

I think we need a topic where we can finaly decide which device we are going to build so we can cut the expenses.
I really don't care who will be the first to go OU but what is important is to keep this technology available.


 

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