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Author Topic: Update on self running LPSR project & 4 foot rotor!  (Read 4744 times)

Butch LaFonte

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Update on self running LPSR project & 4 foot rotor!
« on: June 17, 2005, 05:16:50 PM »
Mark Olson is near completing a four foot diameter rotor for the original LPSL two rotor design!  He will also be building the single rotor moving ring LPSR design after testing the four foot rotors. The acceleration and kinetic energy of the rotor head at the final magnet will be tremendous. We have brought on the team Quinn Ahrens who does magnetic field simulations for the designs. The moving ring LPSR design at this point looks like the best way to go according to the field simulations and that will be built before any other designs. It eliminates any contact or banging between the rotors heads. The moving ring can also be integrated into the "Peek-A-Boo" LPSR twin disk design. Should make for a very interesting week ahead. Will keep you posted. I will get Sky to up load Marks new fabrication pictures to the web page when time permits. This machine is huge!

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Offline iald

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Re: Update on self running LPSR project & 4 foot rotor!
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2005, 03:24:44 PM »

Try to see the video of Ismael aviso motor running with less amps. visit  maybe you have similar technoloigy regarding electromagnet and power.

Anyway what is  LPSR mean ? I planning to build one but i dont know whom i follow the best.