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Offline franslight

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Superconductor Ring Motor
« on: May 06, 2009, 05:23:19 PM »
This idea comes from the idea of storing electricity in a ring.
You can charge a ring with a wire coil...

The idea (as in the sketch), is that the electricity is stored in the form of an electric current in the ring (wire square).

Due to resistance, the initial amount of energy may be limited...
but using a superconductor, one can store (maybe) a very large amount of energy... maybe even a lightning bolt...

but anyway,
a current moving in a magnetic field, will experience a force.
this force will then move the ring, and cause a rotation.

thus the coil will keep on accelerating, seeing that there is a current in the ring. The best way to slow down, or stop the rotation, will be to remove the magnets...


* There can be a question about what is being drained... the current or the magnets... or maybe both... but recharging the ring, will make the motor move again.


* I have also thought of making this into a large scale reactor, using current technology... superconductors... and the possibility of charging a super conducting ring with a lightning bolt... or just some normal electricity for now...

this may well create a revolution in the electrical industry...

you can have different sized units...

If one want electricity from a charged ring, one simply uses a coil, with a resistor...
If one wants mechanical motion, one can put the ring in a isolated housing, that can rotate, if placed in a magnetic field,
that can be controlled by adjustable magnets.


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Superconductor Ring Motor
« on: May 06, 2009, 05:23:19 PM »

Offline v71

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Re: Superconductor Ring Motor
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2009, 07:08:53 PM »
I think you suppose to let the current circulating into a superconductor ring , correct ?
You can't 'charge'  , but you can allow current to freely circulate into that superconducting ring.
The current won't be present for ever, even at virtual no resistence it will slowly vanish in time, and you cannoct connect to a load because it would be istantaneously (sp??)
I think japs are doing something like that using a big tokamak
yeasr ago i have heard that they reached the parity point

Offline mr_bojangles

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Re: Superconductor Ring Motor
« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2009, 09:09:27 PM »
all right, you stumped me

it seems you would be creating an electromagnet, or a type of toroid or something

subjecting it to another magnetic field could induce rotation

i think the main issue would be keeping the conductor charged

i think it would take too much electricity to keep it rotating

i agree that if a load was attached it would discharge as well

in addition, rotating a superconductor creates its own magnetic field on its own, about its axis

this would oppose the magnets that were being used to make it rotate

maybe try using the electrically induced magnetic field in the ring itself to make it rotate itself, or use two to rotate the other in opposite directions

superconductors are weird about magnetic fields and seem to use lenz law in an extremely different fashion than normal magnets and conductors

hope i helped some, thats about all i can think of as far as your current set up

until next time

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Re: Superconductor Ring Motor
« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2009, 09:09:27 PM »
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