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Mechanical free energy devices => mechanic => Topic started by: Butch LaFonte on May 02, 2009, 04:42:00 AM

Title: Project
Post by: Butch LaFonte on May 02, 2009, 04:42:00 AM
Project
Title: Re: Project
Post by: gravityblock on May 02, 2009, 07:16:28 AM
I really like this.  Good job.  Will try to replicate when I get the materials.  I have so much on my to do list now, and don't know where to start first.   ;D

Thanks for sharing,

GB
Title: Re: Project
Post by: gravityblock on May 02, 2009, 10:22:02 PM
I've found something interesting between magnets and ferromagnetic materials that you may be fully aware of.

Take 4 or 6 round magnets and stack them to form a longer cylinder magnet.  When you approach a thin metal piece between the poles on the cylinder magnet, the metal piece will move towards one of the ends.  If it's placed slightly to the left half of the cylinder magnet, the metal piece will move towards the left end.  Slightly to the right and it will move to the right end.

This is the interesting part.  When you place the metal piece towards one end and give it a slight push, it will move towards the other end before it even gets close to being half way across the cylinder magnet.  I don't understand this.  It's almost like the metal that is slightly pushed at the edge, creates a force in the magnet or metal that is with the direction of movement, instead of a force that is against the direction of movement that is experienced without the slight push.   :o

When I'm doing this experiment, I am letting the metal touch the cylinder magnet.  It also works when there is a very small gap between the magnets and metal, but the effect quickly disappears as the distance is increased as far as I can tell from the hand experiments.

Are you aware of this?  It appears you're design will take full advantage of this and be a beneficial factor in the operation of the motor.

Thanks,

GB
Title: Re: Project
Post by: broli on May 02, 2009, 10:43:08 PM
Butch I believe this is the best design yet. Because it gets rids of any linear secondary motion that was needed in the other designs. Good job.
Title: Re: Project
Post by: Lilhawk on May 03, 2009, 02:16:58 AM
excellent....ramp design to diverter/neutral area... I do see bit of a problem.

when #1 enters diverter area , #2 is leaving diverter area--this ok except when #1 is fully just in the diverter( no longer helping #2 ) the air gap to the diverter with be smaller than the gap to the stator causing #2 to pull reverse to the diverter.

This probably can fixed by taking out a few degrees of the diverter where #2 leaves. This way #1 helps more with #2's gap breaking.

design could also be changed to a single 270 +/- ramp and a single 90 +/- diverter area

edit:-- whoops- just thought of another negative to deal with...
       when #1 approaches the diverter its flux will be divided between diverter and stator so it will only half the energy
                    to break #2's gap

        -guess  it will  need energy stored as a flywheel in the rotor from the ramp attraction to help