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Author Topic: Kohei Minato's "Magnetic Rotating Motor Generator" US Patent application  (Read 6408 times)

Offline FredWalter

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I've attached a copy of the ""Magnetic Rotating Motor Generator" US Patent application to this message.

The inventor, Kohei Minato, claims the following:

"The present invention relates to a magnetic rotating motor generator that a motor which is subject to magnetic rotational drive semipermanently performs predetermined work (e.g., rotation of a fan or drive of a mechanical shaft) in a rotation mode and, at the same time, has a power generation mode for performing power generation, output power is larger than input power for driving the motor and power regeneration is possible."

I see some similarities between Kohei Minato's motor and Paul Splain's motor:

1) it is claimed that the output power is larger than the input power. (IE. overunity)

1) there is an electromatic that 'kicks' the rotor on a regular basis so it doesn't get 'stuck'

2) the magnetic flux that the rotor sees from the magnets is not a constant all the way around the stator. In Paul Splain's motor this is done by changing the distance of the magnets from the rotor. In Kohei Minato's motor this is done by changing the angle of the magnets so they aren't perpendicular to the rotor.

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