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Title: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: Butch LaFonte on April 05, 2005, 06:10:18 AM
http://butchlafonte.50megs.com/  till new site is up and running.
New paying web site being build at this time that will have latest updates on the Equilibrium Motor,
test data, and a video, plus in time all more than 1200 past design idea drawings from the last twenty five years.
The new site address when operating will be butchlafonte.com
Thanks,
Butch LaFonte
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: Butch LaFonte on April 05, 2005, 07:46:28 AM
Norman and all,
The Equilibrium Motor can be configured using two magneto's, one in repulsion and one in attraction. The present design excludes cores in the coils because they complicate the setup due to domains having to be reversed and the rotor magnet wanting to stick to the coil cores which complicates balancing the repulsion and attraction force and EMF forces. The air core design operates in a NEAR magneto way because the voltage/current stays stable during the rotor movement away from the locked rotor/stator and the air core coils act as permanent magnets because their strength stays constant through the rotor exit, no generator drag. One coil tries to act as a generator, the other as a motor, but any EMF they produce is cancelled by each other so the coils just act like permanent magnets due to the steady main voltage/current source. This source energy is recycled or used for other existing needs. The coils try but never are able to function like a generator, or the other like a motor. The mail power supply to a degree never knows what is going on with the rotor, it is kind of like a team of 1000 horses pulling in a straight line, one horse tries to slow down, the horse in front of him tries to speed up, and the total pull of the team stays the same through it all.
What is interesting to see is what happens when you take one of the coils out of the circuit and move the rotor away from the fixed magnet and watch the volt meter peg to one side. Then take the other out and put the first back in the circuit and see the same thing except the voltage is in the opposite direction. Now put the two back in the circuit and watch the meter needle stay almost still when you move the rotor away. They cancel each out, making the coils act like permanent magnets.
Butch
PS Please read the operation sequence on my site,
http://butchlafonte.50megs.com/
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: cmichaelcouch on April 09, 2005, 04:33:20 AM
Butch:

Just wanted to encourage you since the new group host switch thing.  It's not as easy to find everything as it was in the digest format but this may be good too.

Michael Couch
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: hartiberlin on April 09, 2005, 02:38:06 PM
Hi Michael, here we have a ver nice search function, so this will
find everything already posted. Much better as in the Yahoogroup.

Butch, are you sure that your action and reaction coils will not all
cancel out ?
Did you get the parts from Norman Bollinger to finally build some
prototype, which the father of Dave Squires did for you ?

Regards, Stefan.
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: Butch LaFonte on April 10, 2005, 04:05:24 AM
Stefan,
I will post links to pics on the web.
Butch
Title: Way to show overunity?
Post by: Butch LaFonte on April 10, 2005, 04:09:28 AM
http://butchlafonte.50megs.com/
See first page
I have video if needed on principle of equilibrium.
Eddy currents will not be a problem with new materials available.
Title: Re: To Stefan, pics from past protypes
Post by: Butch LaFonte on April 10, 2005, 04:21:59 AM
http://www.theverylastpageoftheinternet.com/ElectromagneticDev/lafonte/lafonte.htm
Title: You need to see this, can be electro-magnetic coils also
Post by: Butch LaFonte on April 10, 2005, 10:18:52 PM
I have integrated the LaFonte Equilibrium Motor principle into the exit area of the SMOT.
You have seen my 10 minute video of the equilibrium principle being proven over and over. Now look at this drawing on my home page and you can see how the disk is simply rotated into equilibrium and the disk will then just move out of the "stick" spot with little to no work just like in my video. This can be built very easy, but you need to see my video to appreciate how simple it is. First drawing on my web page.
My web page > http://butchlafonte.50megs.com/

Thanks,
Butch
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: prometheus_effect on April 11, 2005, 03:57:50 AM
Hi Butch,

Why do you think the rotor will move downward (toward an area of greater field density) in your example?

Regards,
Prometheus_Effect
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: Butch LaFonte on April 11, 2005, 06:43:36 PM
The disk will be pulled toward the increasing flux density. It will just slide down the guide rod toward the area of maximum attraction, just like the steel ball rolling in the SMOT, the ferro-magnetic blue colored part of the disk will be pulled down the guide rod.
Butch
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: Kysmett on April 11, 2005, 06:50:13 PM
Bruce,

If you set up the magnets so that there were like poles on each side(as opposed to one side attract one side oppose) and the shaft was rotated, would it not oscilate, being attracted ferromagneticly and then 90 degrees later oppose and be 'pushed' up on its own?
Title: Re: To Stefan
Post by: Butch LaFonte on April 11, 2005, 06:52:21 PM
Butch, are you sure that your action and reaction coils will not all
cancel out ?
Regards, Stefan.
Quote
Yes, I'm sure, I have ran many tests and it's like a team of 1000 horses pulling in a straight line and one slows down, the one if front of him speeds up, and the total pull of the team stays the same.
Butch
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: magpower on April 11, 2005, 09:28:31 PM
The disk will be pulled toward the increasing flux density. It will just slide down the guide rod toward the area of maximum attraction, just like the steel ball rolling in the SMOT, the ferro-magnetic blue colored part of the disk will be pulled down the guide rod.
Butch

Hi Butch

First like to say I really like your thoughts and find it very intresting. Your latest one I have questions .Does the center pivot out somehow. And if right side vertical bar blue, then the blue rotor would lock on too the metal bar. And wouldn't this be better if it was geared or locked in phase? I still don't understand how it works.

Thks
Wayne
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: prometheus_effect on April 12, 2005, 09:12:42 AM
The disk will be pulled toward the increasing flux density. It will just slide down the guide rod toward the area of maximum attraction, just like the steel ball rolling in the SMOT, the ferro-magnetic blue colored part of the disk will be pulled down the guide rod.
Butch

Butch,

Normal ferromagnetic draw back will occur as the disc moves past the point of max flux density. It will then oscillate about the max flux point until frictional losses finally stops it.

Prometheus_Effect
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: Butch LaFonte on April 14, 2005, 01:35:45 AM
Effect,
I don't see the draw back happening because the disk is in a state of equilibrium as it starts to leave the max flux area. Also the reason the disk will slide down the rod is based on the same thing that causes the steel ball to roll to the max flux area in the SMOT.
Butch
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: prometheus_effect on April 14, 2005, 01:47:13 AM
Butch,

As the magnets have been made to effectively not be there (the magnets on the disc have no real effect in either rotation) the only other major effect we have to deal with is that of the forces acting on the ferrite. It will experience inward attraction and then outward drawback.

Prometheus Effect
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: Butch LaFonte on April 19, 2005, 07:01:26 PM
One of the forces is repulsion, the other, attraction, these two forces are in equilibrium just exactly as shown in my video on my web site.
butchlafonte.com
Title: Re: LaFonte Equilibrium Motor
Post by: ring_theory on September 24, 2005, 12:27:28 PM
Well there is one problem i see with this mechanism and with most other free energy machines. FRICTION, still useing a shaft and or disc. therefore robbing the mechanism of potential. this configureation has had more than it's fare share of research over the last 100 years and still no real results. Flywheel energy and storage devices have failed due to friction. even the military has put way too much time into compulsators that have failed.