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Author Topic: Pulse coils in Adams motor type device  (Read 3571 times)

Offline capthook

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Pulse coils in Adams motor type device
« on: September 23, 2008, 09:30:26 AM »
The idea is you have magnets around the rotor and electromagnets around the stator.

As the rotor turns - a magnet is attracted to the iron core of an electromagnet.
Just as the magnet is approaching dead center of the electromagnet core - the electromagnet is pulsed in repulsion - just enough to negate the attraction of the magnet - allowing it to pass by.
(Or even add a bit more juice and repulse it as it passes.)

How does magnet size/strength and core size/electomagnet construction affect the process?

As the magnet approaches - it will align the domains of the core into attraction.  So when pulsing the coil to negate the attraction - you have to realign all these domains back to neutral.  (And then add even more juice to align them into repulsion if desired)


Would using a larger diameter core to create a stronger attraction to improve performance/efficiency  actually not do that because now you have 'more' domains to realign to 'neutral' requiring a larger wattage pulse?

Is the Adams theory in general more, and not less, energy intensive?

What about coil/core length?  Windings past - say 2" - aren't' going to contribute much effect?  And what if the core extendeds 2" past the windings (like the end of a bolt for mounting it)?  Will that 'unwound' section of core reduce the effectiveness of the the first 2" of windings?

And even in just a standalone electromagnet - say you want 'x' (small) Gauss.  Will it actually require less energy using a small diameter core over a large one because there are less total magnetic domains - and you only need to align a portion of them - requiring less power. (so long as saturation isn't a problem)

And what if you increase magnet size/strength?  Is that going to realign even more domains in the core requiring a larger wattage pulse?


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Re: Pulse coils in Adams motor type device
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2008, 07:41:39 AM »