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Load issues
« on: January 03, 2010, 09:27:50 PM »
OK I am not an engineer nor do I have a background in magnetics or electronics so if this question is elementary please go easy on me....After reading and watching hours of information on magnetic propulsion and magnetic motor devices it seems to me the only real issue is friction resulting from the load applied to said machine. If this is the case then has anyone worked on this and does anyone have any real proof there is a way to compensate for this? I am a believer in magnetic propulsion and have seen many examples of people running a light bulb or showing some form of output but they all seem to lack the ability to demonstrate any solid production electricity to be either stored for use or on demand type use. I have several designs drawn up but none actually built yet and would like to research the effects an applied load has and ways to compensate for this before I continue. I really like the idea of supplying enough electricity to run a small yet high rpm electric motor that could handle a load applied to it. I have looked into using magnets as bearing for virtually no friction and have looked into the various types of high output coil design in order to get optimal output from the device. I really like the generator on youtube made from hard drive magnets but am not sure exactly how it goes together as the video is poor. So again my main question is the load issue and how to compensate for this.

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Load issues
« on: January 03, 2010, 09:27:50 PM »