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Author Topic: AT LAST! A Turkish magnet motor ready for markets !!!  (Read 30901 times)

Offline EMdevices

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Re: AT LAST! A Turkish magnet motor ready for markets !!!
« Reply #30 on: April 28, 2010, 05:46:19 AM »
Here's some comments on this invention:




1) The inventor is willing to bring his device before academia to be examined which tells me it has to be a functional principle or perhaps such a clever hidden source of power that he is safe and confident no one will discover it in public.   I like to give people the benefit of doubt, and hope this motor is "genuine", but not necessarily over-unity, I'll explain later....

2) Taking out patents on the invention also says something, but not much, as most patents are just ideas.

3)  A spinning motor needs very little energy to keep it's velocity, the only energy needed is that of overcoming frictional losses, eddy current losses, etc.., which could be small.  If enough energy is stored in the motor, for example in the magnetic field under compression, it could spin for a very long time.  The propeller seems to put out some power, so this is encouraging.

4) As is the case with most magnet motors,  turning them "ON" involves "MOVING" something against a force, and that represents putting energy into the system.  The inventor seems to be torquing something with the Allen wrench, and then releasing the energy with the hammer.   His actions makes me very skeptical in the sense that this is not over unity but certainly is spinning as can be seen.  Also, energy can be injected into the system during assembly, by the mere fact of pressing the rotor inside the stator against the repulsion force of the magnets.

5)  The wires coming out of the device raise questions, and I'm thinking they could be originating from a coil inside the motor attempting to make this device a generator as well, seems very logical to me.

6) A standard test of any motor is to put it under a varying load and plot it's rpm vs torque curve.  Since no curves are presented in the patent or in the presentations, I can only assume this was not tried, or if tried it was deemed a very poor performer and they did not bother to show it.  Therefore I suspect this motor is only turning and maintains it's RPM while the initial magnetic field inside of it THAT WAS COMPRESSED UPON STARTING IT dissipates.  This is like a spring, you put energy into it and it slowly dissipates down, and all those neo magnets can store a lot of energy in compression against themselves.   I've built an all magnetic motor years ago and got all excited at the speed, until I realized what was happening. 

7)  Having said all that, I hope this motor is something more, and needs to be tested properly!  I say don't be tempted to invest any money in this until it is verified and tested independently and properly.

EM