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Author Topic: Latest MEG news, Mar 2006  (Read 6313 times)

Offline PaulLowrance

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Latest MEG news, Mar 2006
« on: September 10, 2006, 06:59:26 AM »
I found this from Tom Bearden's website.

Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2006 17:27:07 -0600




We are just beginning again to rebuild another MEG demonstrator, for testing and then funding to complete the program.


We have a very hard year to a year and a half of work on the MEG, before it is out of engineering development and ready for production engineering. At that time, with successful conclusion of ED we will hopefully be in condition to place the system on the market.

Best wishes,

Tom Bearden

edit: Looks like 2007 will be the year of "Free Energy" with thee legit sources scheduled for release in 2007-- Steorn, Bearden, and myself.
« Last Edit: May 03, 2007, 03:14:35 AM by PaulLowrance »

Offline Charlieb000

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a discovery
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2010, 04:09:57 AM »
hi all,
i sort of discovered something using FEMM. it might be obvious but its worth stating since i havnt heard it before.

the larger the core and the smaller the magnet equals less input energy.

i made a core (in the simulator) and put magnet in it and simulated how the coil (1000T, 0.02A) would repell. i then added another magnet,  it didnt repell when simulated, but i enlarged the core and it did (without needing to change the coil power), i added more and enlarged it more and pretty soon it looked like an insanely small current was needed to move it. this worked for attract and repel.

this is why MEG cores are large. and may also account for the varied results people get.

another thing i would like to work on is a coreless approach (maybe a Charles flynn motor spinoff - the one in Kelleys manual at about 1-44 --- and i think thats the design Lutek uses.) , then there is no frequency or saturation limits.


Offline Charlieb000

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Re: Latest MEG news, Mar 2006
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2010, 11:56:13 AM »
another small addition obvious also, any gaps in the core increases the input energy when forcing flux into the other side, whole cores is best but this rules out all options as you need to stop eddy currents.

the zip file above is the FEMM save file, do note the mistake that i have chosen Mumetel when i should have chosen pure iron, it then appears to hold more flux (maybe i misunderstood it).

on beardens site it says someone did it with over a million times more output... well now you know how.
« Last Edit: August 30, 2010, 01:06:08 PM by Charlieb000 »