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Author Topic: The Newman Matrix  (Read 10072 times)

Offline Super Skunk

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Re: The Newman Matrix
« Reply #15 on: February 10, 2008, 04:17:45 AM »
I was thinking of the exact same idea after I saw one of ray0energy's youtube videos on how to make a newman motor. After he made a second motor he placed it next to another motor that was already running and it spun the new motor. I was going to make a tube like in your drawings to see if it would expand the life of my electric scooter. I just thought it would look funny having this tube mounted on the bike. When I saw this post it was almost like a drawing right out of my imagination.  ;D

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Re: The Newman Matrix
« Reply #15 on: February 10, 2008, 04:17:45 AM »

Offline Ray0energy

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Re: The Newman Matrix
« Reply #16 on: February 20, 2008, 01:29:42 PM »

Imagine the magnet in the center being pulsed and the other 26 work as pick up coils.The pulse should be just strong enough to self sustain after hand cranking everything up to speed.


Perhaps each coil needs pulsing for it to work best.

Or perhaps one per axle works best.

Or perhaps just the center pilar.

Can put them all in parallel on one alternator.

Or perhaps they really need their own communicator each.

nice ideas i was oredy trying same thins that look like this ;)
i will soon post same videos ;)

Offline gaby de wilde

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Re: The Newman Matrix
« Reply #17 on: February 21, 2008, 08:47:04 AM »
I've seen a lot of nice Newman based setups on youtube. Got a bit lost actually. There is so much I cant remember what I've seen exactly. =)

here is another fun idea partially based on the Newman motor.
combination of the milkovic, newman and finsrud devices

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Re: The Newman Matrix
« Reply #17 on: February 21, 2008, 08:47:04 AM »
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Offline david wells

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Re: The Newman Matrix
« Reply #18 on: April 18, 2008, 07:22:23 AM »
The Newman motor has a problem with sparking at the comutator. The effect is caused by trying to back charge the battery by mechanically comutating the spike back into the battery. This is difficult to do with one battery . If both circuits are completed at the same time , a direct short is the result . A small time delay is required between the comutator segments to prevent shorting . At high voltages , the problem gets worse . As the gap is widened to reduce the sparking , a lot of the coil's energy is lost . The collapsing field disapates it's energy very quickly and any off time during this event results in wasted energy .
   A better way was found . The comutator was replaced by a points set from an automotive distributor . A full wave bridge was attached across the coil leads . The output from the bridge was dumped into a second battery . Any voltage or current generated by the coil is immediately captured and delivered to the waiting battery . The spike never appears .
   The motor timing is accomplished by using a cam just like the auto distributor with the lobes ground to the correct dwell .
   The motor can be rigged to operate in the attract and repell mode by using two sets of points . The tricky part here again is that if the points ever close at the same time , a direct short occurs .
    To solve this problem , the motor was found to operate just fine using only attract or repell with one set of points .
    The lack of spark at the points is uncanny . You can't even see a points spark in the dark .
    The motor was further symplified by using a car speaker magnet sandwiched between two steel side bars and mounted on a shaft with ball bearings . A pancake coil with a small cast iron core pin was used to concentrate the flux to attract the rotor bars .
    The motor operates at different speeds depending on the weather . When high pressure comes the motor slows to about half speed . When a storm arrives , the rpm picks up to about double . The motor appears to be running on something besides the battery .
    Ben Franklin got electricity out of a storm with his kite . Possibly this circuit does the same thing . It is possible the machine actually goes overunity during a severe storm . My scope burned out before I thought about checking for overunity .
    With the double battery system , checking the ins and outs of power became a lot easier . The scope was set to generate a sine wave . The uppper half of the wave was the power going into the motor and the lower half of the wave was the power going to the second battery . The upper curve was larger than the lower curve so it was obvoius that the motor was not over unity . The rpm could be increased by rolling the shaft with the hand . When the rpm was slightly increased , the curves were equal and it was assumed that this would be the unity speed of the motor . Further increase in speed would generate power just like any ordinary generator .
    These tests were run before the speed up during storms was noted .
    It is not known at this time if the motor generates more power than it uses during a storm . What is known is that more power is used than captured when there is no storm .
    If it does indeed gain during a storm , this puts the device in the same problem as a wind mill . No wind , no power . No storm , no power .
    John Bedini's 2 battery systems are quite like this system . Could his devices be picking up power during storms ?
    It was found that polaritys were involved and it made a difference which side of the coil you put the points . David Wells