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Author Topic: Why Motors Work? Theory.  (Read 2161 times)

Offline buzneg

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Why Motors Work? Theory.
« on: December 08, 2007, 08:02:51 AM »

Diamagnetism is the only force that I know acts on copper metal, when it's in a magnetic feild, if there's another let me know. This theory stands-up if the motor's wire was Iron also. Iron isn't diamagnetic but the property which is needed is unrandomize/uniforme spine of the electons, in the atoms.

This theory can explain why Homopolar Motors as well as regular Motors work, and why they're different. Lorentz force law, lenz law, the hall effect, can all be explained, and tied together, as the same thing.

In a piece of copper of 100,000,000.000 atoms there is not net spin either clockwise of counter clockwise of the electrons, but when a magnet is brought close to it the diamagnetic force happens, so then there is a unified clockwise, or counterclockwise spin. When current is sent trough this, wouldn't a magnus effect happen? One needs a good imagination for this. The homopolar motor is easyier to imagine, but the normal motors are more difficult because they work with a gyroscopic + magnus effect. In a homopolar motor, the "wind" is the current flow, and the "spinning object" is the atom, see the 90 degree force, and the bending in the "wind" which causes the hall effect.

I'll update this post latter, I want to upload some pictures, need a wire for my comp.

here's a discussion about it that I've started on the Steorn board.

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Why Motors Work? Theory.
« on: December 08, 2007, 08:02:51 AM »