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Author Topic: Equilibrium Generator near self running  (Read 3497 times)


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Equilibrium Generator near self running
« on: November 17, 2007, 12:19:17 AM »
I want to explain the recent developments of our Equilibrium Generator. First I will review the basic layout. The rotor magnet when approaching the stator is attracted to the stator core on the left. The rotor magnet experiences repulsion on the right side. The flux of the rotor magnet is repelled during this period, but the repelled flux is deflected to the right side of the stator core completing the magnetic circuit through the stator assembly. We have placed a coil around the repulsion magnet that works to aid the repulsion magnet's magnetic field. The reason for this is that it eliminates the need for an external drive motor for the generator.
The test video's need explaining. We ran current through the stator coil from an external DC power supply to simulate load conditions on the stator assembly and then we moved the rotor left and right till we got it in an equilibrium state or "cog free". We then ran current through the coil around the repulsion magnet to see if it would kick the rotor magnet around if pulsed at the right time to get the rotor out of the equilibrium state and cause the generator to become self sustaining. This worked, but we now need to have an engineer come in and design and build a circuit to take the power from the stator coil produced by the rotor's rotation and send it to the repulsion permanent magnet's outer electro-magnet coil. The nature of the system is that the two are out of phase in actual operation. The power from the coil needs to be stored in a capacitor and released to the repulsion system's outer electro-magnet coil at the correct time.
This eliminates the need for an external drive motor.
The repulsion from just one stator can power the rotor and if the generator has eight stators then seven are free to supply power externally. Remember the rotor is in a state of equilibrium with all the stators or rather the rotor is cog free. If the load changes on the stator, the rotor moves left or right to regain it's equilibrium state. We are uploading as time permits test video of the generator in operation. We have produced voltages as high as 1200 volts AC. As soon as we can get funding to replace the wood rotors with aluminum we can run four to five or maybe even seven thousand RPM. We are running at only 1500 to 2000 RPM at this time.
Note: All permanent magnets will be replaced with electro-magnets in future designs.
The recent video of the self running coil addition is now on Youtube at this link >
There are animations of the self running design on the site as well as the old design that uses an external drive motor.
Butch LaFonte

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Re: Equilibrium Generator near self running
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2008, 11:59:10 PM »
Hello Butch,
do you have video of your real device?


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Re: Equilibrium Generator near self running
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2008, 12:33:29 AM »

Welcome back Butch...I missed your input.

It is very encouraging to to see that so many are so close to a brakthrough.


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Re: Equilibrium Generator near self running
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2008, 12:33:29 AM »
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