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Author Topic: Simple Idea for a magmotor - Does it work?  (Read 4112 times)

Offline leeanderthal

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Simple Idea for a magmotor - Does it work?
« on: December 27, 2007, 04:10:18 PM »
It seems to me that this simple configuration of magnets would be in a continuous state of imbalance.  The rotor would rotate CCW.  There would be six magnets on the rotor that would always be in both attraction and repulsion mode trying to overcome one of the rotor magnets trying to regauge.  There would be 56 points per revolution where regauging would be necessary.  The circumference of the rotor is 56 times the width of one magnet so that only one magnet is regauging at a time.  Something to think about.  Has this been tried before?

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Re: Simple Idea for a magmotor - Does it work?
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2007, 04:16:04 PM »
   Only 13 magnets, why not just build it. Grade 8's from ace hardware are only a buck each.

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Re: Simple Idea for a magmotor - Does it work?
« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2007, 04:47:07 PM »
I would think that if this has any chance of working that it would have to be built with precision which I am presently incapable of doing (thanks to hurricane "Katrina") and the magnets would probably have to be matched for strength.  BTW, last time I checked  8+7=15.  You were off by two bucks. 

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Re: Simple Idea for a magmotor - Does it work?
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Re: Simple Idea for a magmotor - Does it work?
« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2007, 06:16:47 AM »
It seems to me that this simple configuration of magnets would be in a continuous state of imbalance.  The rotor would rotate CCW.  There would be six magnets on the rotor that would always be in both attraction and repulsion mode trying to overcome one of the rotor magnets trying to regauge.  There would be 56 points per revolution where regauging would be necessary.  The circumference of the rotor is 56 times the width of one magnet so that only one magnet is regauging at a time.  Something to think about.  Has this been tried before?

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Try   doing  a web search  on       magnetic  flux gate motor

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Re: Simple Idea for a magmotor - Does it work?
« Reply #4 on: December 28, 2007, 10:20:02 AM »
Will only work with vertical movement of outer magnet (calculated)

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Re: Simple Idea for a magmotor - Does it work?
« Reply #5 on: December 28, 2007, 11:40:29 AM »
leeanderthal, it will take placing one just before it reaches the strongest attraction point and placing the other just before it reaches its strongest repelling point just to get the center one past it's gate. If you can do that and it works, you end up with a perpetual motion motor that would not have any power to do work. You must create another draw and repel within the same time frame to give this design enough power to do work.

 Two to get thru or three or more to get thru and do work. I like the design but it will require more magnets and realignment of the ones you have if you want it to do work.

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Re: Simple Idea for a magmotor - Does it work?
« Reply #6 on: December 30, 2007, 04:56:38 PM »
I would think that if this has any chance of working that it would have to be built with precision which I am presently incapable of doing (thanks to hurricane "Katrina") and the magnets would probably have to be matched for strength.  BTW, last time I checked  8+7=15.  You were off by two bucks. 

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OK, OK , so I'll go take my GED again...   Homer says it right,   DOH!!!

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Re: Simple Idea for a magmotor - Does it work?
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Re: Simple Idea for a magmotor - Does it work?
« Reply #7 on: December 30, 2007, 06:47:15 PM »
It seems to me that this simple configuration of magnets would be in a continuous state of imbalance.  The rotor would rotate CCW.  There would be six magnets on the rotor that would always be in both attraction and repulsion mode trying to overcome one of the rotor magnets trying to regauge.  There would be 56 points per revolution where regauging would be necessary.  The circumference of the rotor is 56 times the width of one magnet so that only one magnet is regauging at a time.  Something to think about.  Has this been tried before?

This caught my eye because of some similarities with the OC machine described on Steorn.com and in http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,3417.0.html

You might want to consider a couple ideas from that concept, using pivoting rotor magnets to reduce the resistance when transitioning from attraction into repulsion, increasing the number of rotor magnets (15?) so there are more of them pushing or pulling through the rough spots (regaging).

 

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