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Author Topic: Why doesn't this MEG work again?  (Read 4341 times)

Offline nwman

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Why doesn't this MEG work again?
« on: October 31, 2008, 04:08:06 AM »
Hello all,

I hate to ask this simple questions because I should know why this doesn't work. But... Why doesn't this design work? [See below]

Is it because of Lenz law?

Should it not act like a normal AC transformer because the secondary coils' polarities are switching due to the fact that they are connected & wrapped in different directions so that when the field is on one side it sends current to the other side switching the polarity of the other side?



Offline Nali2001

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Re: Why doesn't this MEG work again?
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2008, 11:36:40 PM »
Well Flynn says:

For free energy I just need output windings?
No, not that simple, as one fairly noisy researcher discovered. Trying to get a viable full electric load out of the apparatus is high problematic to put it mildly. While it IS a solvable problem, the solution is proprietary at this time, and is so complex it could not be easily replicated by a home experimenter anyway, even with detailed instructions. Suffice it to say the over-unity electrical output results claimed can NOT have possibly been obtained with the circuits that have been published. Either the claims are wrong, or misleading / incomplete circuits were published.

What is wrong with the published circuits?
The energy from the input coils just leaks into the output circuit. So the fields of the permanent magnets are static in time, and do not move from one leg to the other. Performing force experiments with the generator windings in place, would reveal this flaw. However, it seems to have eluded hundreds of experimenters, who failed to use a rigorous methodology when conducting their experimentation.

To be honest, I don't really have a clear idea of what really the problem is. I have seen it in tests though that the placement of the magnet does noting to the output power... But why is still a bit unclear. Cant' really help you at the moment.

Offline Kator01

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Re: Why doesn't this MEG work again?
« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2008, 01:02:59 AM »
Hi nwman,

well my two cents here : if you consider just on permanent magnet in this setup and one control-coil. The magnet- flux  are seperated in two halfes ( left and right ). The control-coils just counteract ( compensate) only that part of the field ( right wing) which is not flowing through the output-coils. The magnet-fields do not flip but half of the field is just compensated or better cancelled. Therefore half of that energy has to be spent in the control-coils.It is just wasted.

The new MEG here does something different. The fields of the control-coils act perpendicular ( 90 degree angle) to the flux-lines caused by the permanant-magnets thus blocking the pathway but not compensating it. in this way
the flux really flips to the output-coils.;topicseen#msg135309



Offline nwman

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Re: Why doesn't this MEG work again?
« Reply #3 on: November 01, 2008, 09:18:23 PM »

Wouldn't the two control coils act like magnets [shown below] that are equivalent to being stacked? Thus actually increasing the total magnetic field on the right side?