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Author Topic: Self-running magnet motor requires COP = Infinity!  (Read 7593 times)

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Self-running magnet motor requires COP = Infinity!
« on: April 03, 2010, 11:26:49 PM »
An all magnet motor, with a rotor and a stator, would require a COP = Infinity, for it to self-run.  Here's the logic behind this.

Spin your all magnet motor, CW, to a RPM of 300.  The stator will be removed for this control test, so there are no magnetic interactions between the rotor and stator.  Let's say it has a spin down time of 90 seconds.  Now perform the same test CCW with a RPM of 300 and take note of the spin down time.  Let's say it is also 90 seconds.  This is our control test with no sticky spots.

Now do the tests, both CW and CCW, with the stator, so there are magnetic interactions between the rotor and the stator.  Let's say it has a spin down time of 180 seconds CW, and a spin down time of 45 seconds CCW.  As you can see, this is an asymmetric system.

Spin down time with no sticky spots, CW & CCW = 90 seconds (Control test)
Spin down time with the rotor and stator, CW = 180 seconds (a gain of 90 seconds, COP = 2)
Spin down time with the rotor and stator, CCW = 45 seconds (a loss of 45 seconds)

In order for it to self-run, then it would need to run for an infinite amount of seconds, which means it would need a COP = Infinity as you can see in the above tests.

The control test with no magnetic interactions has no sticky spot.  The test rotating CCW with magnetic interactions between the rotor and stator has a sticky spot and has a loss leaving the gate.  The test rotating CW with magnetic interactions, has a gain in kinetic energy leaving the gate with no sticky spot.

If you have an all magnet motor that has a spin down time with magnetic interactions, that is greater than the control test with no magnetic interactions or no sticky spots, then you have OU, but it's not going to self-run, unless it has a COP = Infinity.

Same goes for an electromagnetic motor.  You would need a COP = Infinity between power out to power in, in order for it to self-run.  This is the reason for the battery in the eOrbo.  In order to run the eOrbo on a capacitor, then the system will need a COP = Infinity.  A COP = 3, in an electromagnetic motor, means it will run 3 times longer, than the work the battery can do on its own.  A battery has a limited amount of energy stored to do work, thus it can only do so much work.  A COP = 3, means there is 3 times more work being done, than the battery can do own its own.   You need a COP = Infinity, in order for it to run for an infinite amount of time or to be a self-runner..

When work is being done, then the energy is converted into heat and other losses.  This is the reason for the magnetic bearings and the low air friction in the eOrbo, so you don't do unwanted work and have unwanted losses due to heat, friction, etc.

In a solid state solution, then you eliminate most of this unwanted work, so you have more energy to do the work required.  You will in essence be able to do more work, than the input energy required to do that work.  This is OU.  We will always need a source of energy or a potential, in order to have OU.  In order to have a self-runner, then we need to have an unlimited amount of energy to begin with.  This means we need to tap into an unlimited source, to have a COP = infinity and to have a self-runner.

In order to have a self-running, all magnetic motor, then the magnets will need to be storing an unlimited or infinite amount of energy within it.  Even if the limited amount of energy being stored in a magnet, isn't being depleted.....it can only do so much work within a given amount of time.  OU means being able to do more work within a given amount of time, than the input energy required to do the work within that given amount of time.  This is the reason for Seans theory on manipulating time frames.  OU is all around us.  Most don't recognize this, due to being brainwashed by the powers that be.

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