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Author Topic: Thane Heins Perepiteia.  (Read 1901521 times)

hveeder

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #75 on: February 07, 2008, 06:11:49 PM »
BEP,

If the rate of rotation is accelerating that means the shaft is capable of delivering more power then if it were rotating at a constant rate.

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #76 on: February 07, 2008, 06:18:06 PM »
@hveeder,

At some point in the curve, yes.

How I'm relating to this:
Diesel generator short circuit test using MIL STD 705C methods....
Short the generator stator leads out to confirm other things but when doing so the poor engine RPM shoots sky-high. If it wasn't for the fuel control the engine would throw more than magnets out.

I don't see yet how he is reaching that point in the curve. Is this happening while the motor is under a conventional load?

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #77 on: February 07, 2008, 06:38:12 PM »
Hi Luc,
many thanks for contacting Mr. Heins.

Did he say anything about his overunity transformer
and if the shown videos were still from an earlier development
stage ?
Does he now have better units and videos ?


Looking forward to a report from the upcoming
university demonstration
Many thanks.

Regards, Stefan.

Hi Stefan,

I did not ask Thane about the (overunity transformer) but I can talk to him about it when we meet. All we talked about was what he showed in the videos. Also I do not think that his unit has any improvements since the videos but I will know once I see the demonstration.

I did ask him why he did not put a load at the coils instead of just shorting them and he replied that none of the coils were winded the same way or had the same turns, mag wire gauge and core shape. He did this to find out if core shape, magnet wire gauge or turns had any effect over the motors acceleration. After individually testing each coil he has found no difference in the effect. So not one coil will output the same voltage, so it would be difficult to just attach a bulbs to each one. Also some output high voltage and just milliamp. He said that all the coils together (I think 8 of them) would produce around 1,000 volts and around 2 watts. So how many volts can a fluorecent bulb take?

I will bring my own MP4 pocket video camera for the demonstration and ask if I can take some footage.

Luc

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #78 on: February 07, 2008, 07:08:06 PM »
Hi DMBOss,
many thanks for your insights, but you seem to have missed somepoints.
The open circuit voltage of the 175 Ohm DC resistance output coil in video 1
is about 75 Volts .
So that gives us in the shorted case an output power of Voltage^2 / 175 Ohm= 32 Watts.
So if he closes the switch he heats the coil?s DC resistance with 32 Watts if you neglect
any AC phase shift angle.

So also he has about 600 Watts of driving power, 120 Volts x 5 Amps,
again if you neglect cos phi phase angle, so it could also be much lower..

So do you still think he is just making impedance matching with his system ?

I had a closer look at the original MPEG movies and it looks like
he is not using solid iron cores but laminated iron cores,
so the eddy current losses should be small.

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #79 on: February 07, 2008, 07:16:24 PM »
Hi Luc,
many thanks for this additional infos.
Well, yes, I have seen it already from video 3,
where in the toroidal setup one coil had over 70 Volts and the other
only about 7Volts.

Maybe you can still call him for a few minutes only again today
and just ask about the overunity transformer and if this will
be shown at the university and if he can already selfrun the transformer ?
Then we don?t have to wait so long.
Many thanks in advance.

Regards,.Stefan.
P.S: Yes,if he can put a big 60 or more Watts fluorescent bulb across all the coils in series
this should light it up pretty well.
At least if he used a 25 Watts incandescent bulbs for his main 175 Ohm coil,
it should light up also pretty well at 75 Volts already.

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #80 on: February 07, 2008, 07:30:56 PM »
@All,

Just want to say that tests done on MY pulse motor gives the oposite result as stated by DMBoss!

When I run my rotor and put a unshorted (open) coil (with a ferrite core) up to the spinning rotor then
the RPM stays almost the same. When I short the coil and put it up to the rotor the RPM is going DOWN!
A shorted coil is a break for the rotor.

Groundloop.


Well Groundloop:

You are comparing apples to oranges!  Exactly my point in chiding people posting results without doing their homework!

Ferrite cores, have exceptionally small core loss per pound of material and are virtually non-conductive so there is almost no eddy current loss.  And that's why we can use ferrites for extremely high frequencies, and cannot use steel above 400 Hz!

it's because steel, has very high core loss and so can't be used at higher freqs.  Not only is your test irrelevant to the issue at hand, i.e. Heins used bulk steel blocks as cores and you used ferrite (one has 15 watts per pound core loss at 60 Hz and the other has a few tens of milliwatts per pound at 60 Hz), But you fail to grasp energy/power balances!

Just because the rotor speed falls does not tell you anything about what and where power is going!  If you had a few turns of heavy wire on that shorted coil with ferrite as core - that would make a LOT of current and then the I'2R of that coil could be 20 watts!  This by itself with slow the rotor down, irrespective of a core loss change.  So you could have really large coil heating output placing a load torque on the rotor in excess of the miniscule core loss change of your ferrite core.

To make your blanket statement with authority, you'd have to measure torque, speed, True Power, and Rms voltage and current and crunch some numbers.  You'd also have to know the rotating mass friction at particular speeds being measured too, along with coil's DC resistance.

If however you had a gazillion turns of really fine wire as it appears Heins has, and shorted them, a miniscule current will flow and only a few tens of milliwatts will be dissipated by the coil heating, and the very large core loss change will be evident in rotor increase in speed!

To spell it out for you:

Your improper comparison using ferrite core, has a teensy core loss reduction upon shorting the coils, and this core loss reduction in drag, is less than the increase in drag due to the I^2R output of the coil heat. (yours is teensy because a 90% reduction in a core loss that starts at only 100milliwatts is teensy by comparison to a 90% reduction in steel core loss that starts at 5 or 50 watts!)

Heins' system has solid iron or steel bars as core, with a huge core loss value.  he also used a LOT of really fine wire to wind his coils - he shows one having 175 ohms DC resistance!  This miniscule current will flow to completely take the B in the core down to near zero as evidenced by the near zero voltage induction value.  So say he has 50mA flowing - into 175 ohms - that is then 437 milliwatts of coil heat adding drag to the rotor.  But he obviously has anywhere from 50 to 300 watts of drag in his system at no load, a large percentage of that being core loss - so if core loss were even a mere 5 watts no load, and it dropped to 1 watts when coils are shorted, the rotor will speed up because this lessened drag of 4 watts, is 10x higher than the increased drag from coil heating of 437mwatts!

Sorry your argument is nonsense.

DMBoss
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DMBoss,

I never said you where wrong. All I said is that MY pulse motor slowed down when you load it. This was to show people that this is the normal thing for a motor to do. So it is easy to be fooled by lossy cores.

OK?

Groundloop.

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #81 on: February 07, 2008, 09:53:12 PM »
I had a closer look at the original MPEG movies and it looks like
he is not using solid iron cores but laminated iron cores,
so the eddy current losses should be small.

I agree, part 4 definitely shows laminated cores.

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #82 on: February 07, 2008, 10:51:07 PM »
Even with laminated core materials, the hysteresis braking effect will occur if he is using carbon steel for the laminations.

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #83 on: February 08, 2008, 04:08:59 AM »
He has a demonstration at the Ottawa University Monday next week which he invited me and another member from this forum to attend.
Please see if you can borrow a digital camera that will let you take movies, and post anything that you take here.

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Thane wants to share any of his finding with all, so nothing is hidden.

The copy of his patent application on the Canadian Patent website is incomplete (it is missing 2 pages).

Please ask him for a copy of his patent application, so it can be posted here, so people can try to reproduce his results.

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #84 on: February 08, 2008, 04:09:44 AM »
I don't know if this would even be relevant to the current discussion but you may want to check out this patent, "Method and Apparatus for Increasing Energy." In it, they talk about adding a DC bias winding to the rotor in an AC motor to increase the output. Might be worth a look:

http://www.google.com/patents/pdf/METHOD_AND_APPARATUS_FOR_INCREASING_ELEC.pdf?id=lYA3AAAAEBAJ&output=pdf&sig=nhE0OQ-Zg7JP66IqJR_cIWTN8NI

God Bless,
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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #85 on: February 09, 2008, 01:36:08 AM »
Hey guys and girls,

He has a demonstration at the Ottawa University Monday next week which he invited me and another member from this forum to attend.


Luc

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=H7KrlDZ5Hkw

Just a little light entertainment  ;D

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #86 on: February 09, 2008, 04:37:40 AM »


http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=H7KrlDZ5Hkw

Just a little light entertainment  ;D

Excellent choice RunningBare ;) I love this group.

Here is another good one that speak of the changes to come: http://www.mp3tube.net/musics/Mamas-and-the-Papas-Age-of-Aquarius/16501/

Stay tuned for more.

Luc

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #87 on: February 09, 2008, 03:12:54 PM »
Interesting blog by Tyler Hamilton the reporter

http://tyler.blogware.com/blog/_archives/2008/2/4/3505063.html

and one of the comments

If Mr. Heins wants to get publicity for his motor along with all the FREE third-party verification he could ask for ($5000 to Zahn to watch a demo?!?!), all he has to do is hook up the output back to the input so that the device is self-sustaining.

That is what anybody would do asap after realizing that he had something so unusual; yet, like all the inventors of these wonderful devices, all Mr Heins does is come up with ambiguous videos.

Just based on such amazing behavior, I would guess that there is nothing unusual in what Heins has, and that consciously or unconsciously, he knows it.

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #88 on: February 09, 2008, 04:51:14 PM »
@canam101,

Also read the two posts done by the inventor:

SNIP
Re: Harnessing Back EMF to create "free" energy?
by Thane Heins on Wed 06 Feb 2008 05:45 AM EST  |  Permanent Link
Dear Tyler,

Isn't it interesting that you ask a QUESTION, "did Thane
Heins invent....blah, blah" And virtually everyone reads it
as a statement of fact (everyone so far I've seen so far at least)
when in fact your article went to great lengths to conclude that
the QUESTION is still UNANSWERED.

How can we humans anything new if we don't start with and aren't afraid
to ask "WHAT IF"? I would suggest all your bloggers read this interesting
article: http://www.lightshift.com/Inspiration/monkey.html

Our MIT financial budget to have the question answered
is $20,000.00 USD. Our trip to Cambridge alone cost 5
grand. I can assure you that Dr. Zahn would not agree to
take our money and waste one second of his valuable time if the design
was obviously flawed in any way. BTW he is NOT stumped but pleasantly
surprised and interested. Our main goal is to have a third party evaluation performed
to provide due diligence for any future investors to protect their money,
maintain our corporate integrity and serve science and humanity in the process.

As far as putting the demo in a public place it already is (on the internet)
and anyone who wants a demo can come to Ottawa U and get one
ANYTIME. In fact we have 2 business people coming next week from
Toronto who may end up being strategic partners and the Ottawa Skeptic
Society is coming on Monday.

Finally to clarify another point - the motor power goes DOWN as the system
speed increases while simultaneously the generator output goes UP. This
what we have observed and can demonstrate and claim.

Is this phenomenon perpetual motion or perpetual nonsense - only time
and effort and tell along with a willingness to try and ask the difficult
questions (in the face of adversity) while those who don't continue eating dirt.

The man who says it cannot be done - should not interfere with the one doing it.
Chinese Proverb

Cheers
Than

Re: Harnessing Back EMF to create "free" energy?
by Thane Heins on Thu 07 Feb 2008 05:56 AM EST  |  Permanent Link
Dear Stephen B,
Yes and in part 5 I think; I briefly show the input power when coil 2 is producing about 220 no load volts while the other coils are shorted AND DRIVING the motor - then I use ONLY the motor to accelerate the system up to 220 no load volts on coil 2 and the motor is drawing more than 50 more watts of power than in the first case.

I know the demo is very boring for most people so it is not as technical as it ought to be. Here is an explanation I gave to someone else yesterday (who wanted to know about a mechanical rather than electrical load) which might be useful to you as well.

The prototype uses an induction motor as the prime mover. The speed increase is due to the
magnetic coupling of the generator Back EMF - MMF's to the induction motor's rotor. Without
this it would operate as a conventional generator prime mover scenario and decelerate under
electrical load.

When an induction motor accelerates - the slip angle between the stator and rotor decreases.
The slip angle dictates how much current will be drawn by the stator coil.
Maximum slip angle at startup RPM = 0 = maximum motor current.
Minimum slip angle at full speed = max RPM = minimum motor current.

The induction motor's current draw is in direct proportion to the RPM of the rotor. As the
motor speeds up the slip angle decreases and the motor draws less and less current. If you talk about one you are also talking about the other.

Shorting out a CONVENTIONAL generator = maximum electrical load = maximum RESISTIVE magnetic load = maximum counter torque = maximum deceleration.

Shorting out a MAGNETICALLY COUPLED generator = maximum electrical load = maximum ASSISTIVE magnetic load = maximum complimentary torque = maximum acceleration.

The point is, for physics a load - be it mechanical or electrical is NOT supposed to cause
acceleration.

In this case a mechanical brake would produce deceleration because a brake does not produce a
magnetic field like a salient pole coil of wire does which is the "not so secret recipe" for success
here.

Concerning your wind turbine question, look at Part 4 of the Demo which uses the Toroid Coil configuration - this was specifically designed for wind generators to reduce and ultimately eliminate "motor action" inside the generator.

I hope this helps for now.

Cheers
Thane

Thane C. Heins
Co-Founder - Potential Difference Inc.
Perepiteia Generator Inventor

"Credibility can't be invented, it has to be earned"
Tyler Hamilton - Toronto Star Columnist

"You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete."
R. Buckminster Fuller

END SNIP

What Thane Heins is claiming:

"Finally to clarify another point - the motor power goes DOWN as the system
speed increases while simultaneously the generator output goes UP. This
what we have observed and can demonstrate and claim."

Groundloop.

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Re: Thane heins is getting some serious attention for is motor
« Reply #89 on: February 09, 2008, 07:09:40 PM »
@canam101,

Also read the two posts done by the inventor:


Re: Harnessing Back EMF to create "free" energy?
by Thane Heins on Wed 06 Feb 2008 05:45 AM EST  |  Permanent Link
<snip>
As far as putting the demo in a public place it already is (on the internet)
and anyone who wants a demo can come to Ottawa U and get one
ANYTIME. In fact we have 2 business people coming next week from
Toronto who may end up being strategic partners and the Ottawa Skeptic
Society is coming on Monday.
<snip>
</color>

Uh oh. Sounds like Monday might to be a big show with all those people.
And with a group of skeptics, it may not be all that productive. I guess
we'll see. I was hoping for enough information to be able to decide if it's
worth replicating (power in vs power out with the toroid configuration) and
then information on materials (there are sufficient other construction
details in the videos.)
-Steve
http://rimstar.org