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Title: Would this magnetic motor work?
Post by: then00b on February 05, 2008, 07:40:44 AM
Would a magnetic motor work that has a circle of magnets that circle outword slightly . In the center is a cylinder with a bar comming out. The bar will spin on the cylinder like clock hands and there would be a magnet on the end of the bar that would be repeled by the circle of magnets. If the magnets would spin the bar would the cylinder in the center that spins be able to turn a generator if the magnetic force was strong
Title: Re: Would this magnetic motor work?
Post by: gyulasun on February 05, 2008, 09:26:16 AM
You can have a look at these tests: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1Z1THqv_G4

or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LdJkL3L-344&NR=1

or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCANbMBujjQ&NR=1

or here by member Honk: http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=3456.0;topicseen (http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=3456.0;topicseen)

So all these mean you have to defeat the sticky spot at the end of your circle by compensating it with a counter flux from an electromagnet: it needs (a certain) input energy!

I understand you would use repel magnets (the links I show you use attraction) but the sticky spot in YOUR case will be at the enter point into the circle where the distance between your rotor magnet and the first stator magnet is the smallest, right?

Gyula
Title: Re: Would this magnetic motor work?
Post by: Honk on February 05, 2008, 10:08:29 AM
Your idea will work with some small modifications.
This motor type will not spinn by its own. It needs external control by electronics and an electromagnet.

1) You must use an electromagnet at the end of the spiral to trick the rotor magnet into another revolution.
2) You must use high and narrow stators magnet to form the spiral, giving smooth flux levels along the free ride, (wide magnets won't work any good)
3) Attraction mode will give you twice the potentiell output/cop compared to repel mode.
4) Don't use to narrow rotor magnets. The wider, the more torque, but to wide will make the motor harder to build.
5) You must use precisely timed electronics to control the solenoid electromagnet, otherwise your motor won't work.
6) You must build the motor big enough, or else you will have trouble overcoming the sticky spot, meaning no surplus energy.
Title: Re: Would this magnetic motor work?
Post by: then00b on February 05, 2008, 05:27:30 PM
Thanks. So If I had one magnet on an electric pulse timed right would the motor be able to spin itself and also spin an alternator. If so the alternator could power a house right.
Title: Re: Would this magnetic motor work?
Post by: Honk on February 05, 2008, 06:41:53 PM
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Title: Re: Would this magnetic motor work?
Post by: watermotor on February 09, 2008, 06:56:33 AM
i have tested it and it work realy but i dont tkink, it cant use on a car (http://www.sun1001.com)