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Author Topic: permanent magnet motor suggestions  (Read 2137 times)

Offline mike-ao

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permanent magnet motor suggestions
« on: September 24, 2008, 06:00:27 PM »
hi folks;

did anyone tried allready this kind of assembly?

I've made just a drawing for a V-Gate rotor as shown in several YouTube-vid's. with some add-on to think about. This kind of thinking I had allready end of the 70'ties, but I gave up, because
the magnets I had this time was too weak to fool around with.
not enought money to invest
too young @ this time ::) (whatever younth are doing....)

partial view of the rotor:
the orange "L-Coils" should generate some electric energy when they will be affected by the statormagnet during the rotation. this energy should by stored in a capacitor like this principe drawing

as soon the rotor comes close to the sticky point (center of P-Coil), the switch (transistor?) should unload the capacitor trough the P-Coil to generate a opposite magnetic field on the rotor-magnets. hopefully this should "weaken" the sticky-point strength.

my suggestion is to have a thin wire with many windings around the L-Coils and thicker, less windings on the P-Coil.

I've not the equipment and the knowledge to create coils as shown here.

regards mike

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permanent magnet motor suggestions
« on: September 24, 2008, 06:00:27 PM »