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Author Topic: My free energy experiment.  (Read 84346 times)

Offline shylo

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Re: My free energy experiment.
« Reply #105 on: October 24, 2010, 10:30:37 PM »
Hi Steve when you say you wired the two cd motors in parralel ,...since they are facing each other like in the photo .....one is spinning cw while the other spins ccw ,... because the motor I have spins ethier direction depending on polarity...........still trying to find a 2nd cd motor to try this exp. ......a schematic of new test would be greatly appreciated....not quite sure what the exact layout is......thanx for any advice ....shylo

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« Reply #106 on: October 24, 2010, 11:30:04 PM »
First of all,,the update,,I ended the experiment for the 2 recharging 5 bats around 5:20 pm, it did not end up well at all, as I did the big drain test with my 3 inch motor and it only ran about 5 mins. For those who have not kept up with the post,,the big drain,,is a motor I use to drain a single 1.2v battery. It will flat drain a fully recharged battery from my plug in ac recharger in about 10 or so minutes,,and yes the battery gets very warm doing that, but its a fast way I drain them. And I can test the power stored in a battery that way by timing the drain. So I had the numbers but not the power. So it seems I can only go as high as 2 bats recharging 3 and still keep the actual power so to speak,,or should I say amps,,oh well. I will repeat this experiment again just recharging 4 bats and see how that goes, perhaps tomorrow. Still was a fun run. And I still think 2- 1.2v bats recharging 3- 1.2v bats is still very nice.

Shylo,,all is the same thats on the last schematic but the motors are as shown in the picture I took, and you wire the motors so that they both spin the disk in the same direction...

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« Reply #107 on: October 25, 2010, 05:13:31 PM »
Thought I would upload a picture of my main drain motor, those reading the post know what I use it for. It will run on 1 AA battery but not very fast, and it will drain an AA battery in like 10 minutes or so. It takes alot of amperage to run this motor.

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Offline stevensrd1

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« Reply #108 on: October 25, 2010, 11:38:16 PM »
Ok,,I may have figured out a way to get two AA batteries to recharge 5 AA batteries. If you kept up with the post,,you know we can recharge two AA batteries with two AA batteries with the 1 cd motor experiment. You also know we can recharge three AA batteries with two AA batteries with the two cd motor experiment. Which does a better job at it then using the one cd motor experiment to do that. You also know that my last attempt to recharge 5 AA batteries with 2 AA batteries did not work out so well, as I got only around half the recharge with that one. Now I been thinking about this and got another experiment going thats a bit different in design but not alot different. I been looking at the problem half way backwards, took me some hard thinking to figure this one out. See on the one cd motor experiment I use the motor not only for looks or to show something can run while the recharge is going on. But the cd motor is also acting as an electron pump, this and the actual design or way the batteries are wired helps make this all possible. Now as to my two cd motor experiment, I got a better recharge but at less run time. But that worked out well, as both cd motors were acting as electron pumps, delivering a better recharge,,with minimum actual energy drain overall from the batteries while doing this. Originally my reason for adding the second cd motor was to ease the overall load on the first motor. That worked out ok too, but then we had two motors doing some draining on the main batteries as the other batteries were being drained. It was a tricky position there. Now the way I figured out how to recharge the 5 AA batteries with two is by using three AA batteries. But its not like you might think, in truth its still only two AA batteries recharging the five AA batteries, as the third main battery is completely out of the circuit loop for recharging. See I use the third main AA battery to power the top cd motor on my two cd motor experiment now. Now Ill tell you what,,when I was first experimenting with this earlier,,I was recharging two AA batteries with two AA batteries this way and I seen not only was the recharging batteries rising in numbers on the meter,,but so were the main batteries rising as well. There may or may not be something to that Ill have to get back to it as since I thought of how to rig it all to recharge the five AA batteries, I quickly did so to test it,,and the test is underway now.
And the main batteries are slowly draining here,,so its not doing the same as the two battery experiment before this one. So back to how this is working, If you take an AA battery and hook it to a motor, and let it run,,and hook a meter also,,you can watch the numbers slowly fall as the motor slowly drains the battery while running right. But if you pay attention to the direction the motor is spinning, then let the motor drain the battery,,then spin the motor by hand in that same direction as it was spinning, with the meter hooked up,,you see the numbers rise. So in effect your recharging the battery that way, by simply spinning it the same way it was spinning when it ran and drained the battery. SO on my two cd motor experiment now, the top motor is powered by that third battery, that is not in the recharging loop. But it adds spin to the bottom motor without any drain on the main batteries,,and this adds the extra energy to get the 5 AA batteries recharged, at least thats my theory for now. The test is underway,,the motors are zooming and have been some hours now, when the test is over I will see if the 5 AA batteries took a good recharge and are holding their amperage and Ill come back here sometime later and write the results,,wish me luck...Oh If this works out well Ill also make a schematic, but overall nothing is changed on the two cd motor experiment except a third battery is powering the top cd motor,,and that is a separate circuit,,not in the recharging loop. So more later...

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« Reply #109 on: October 25, 2010, 11:57:39 PM »
Hi Steve
You are putting a lot time and work into this,hats off to you,you have my admiration,keep the reports comeing.I'm following every post.
peter

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Offline stevensrd1

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« Reply #110 on: October 26, 2010, 01:47:12 AM »
Ty, I got a good feeling about this newest design, considering the electron pump is more or less not draining the main batteries, and considering even if the bottom motor slows some over the hours,,the top motor will keep up the work. And also considering as I said if you take a motor and connect it to a battery with a meter connected. Leave the same things mentioned hooked up, let the motor drain the battery, you can also just drain a battery completely, that might even be better as Ive did it this way as well,,then with the meter hooked up, spin the motor by hand the same direction it was spinning when the battery was powering it,,and the numbers on the meter go up, as the motor is then acting like a generator and putting energy or power back into the battery as you spin it. So the top motor makes the bottom motor do this as well,,adding energy to the recharge loop. This test started around 4 pm,,and is still running, with the five recharging showing a meter reading of 1338. The proof however is not in the numbers,,contrary to what most would assume,,its in the amperage stored in the recharging batteries. That does not show up on the meter under a voltage reading, but an amperage test can be made with the meter after the recharge. I usually just use the main drain motor for a time run test, as it takes alot of amperage to run that motor. And like I said in previous post, that main drain motor can drain a fully recharged AA battery recharged from my ac recharger in like ten minutes, so I have an estimate of stored amperage by using the main drain on the recharged batteries. In the earlier experiments like the two bat recharging two bat experiment, I just swapped the main drained bats with the recharged ones,,and could run that a few times, tho each recharge that way was less as the cd motor consumed energy running. So this setup is different, I have ran a cd motor on a fully recharged AA battery with no load,,for over two weeks before, I did have a magnet on the rotor and a quartz crystal on that,,did the quartz or magnet contribute to its run time,,I have no idea lol. Point is there is little overall load on the top cd motor on my present experiment,,as the bottom cd motor want to run in the same direction, as its powered in the recharging loop,,so runtime should be longer,,and that will also contribute to overall recharge,,ok knows Im rambling,,so thanks for the post,,Ill report how this experiment this time turns out later..

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« Reply #111 on: October 26, 2010, 03:17:45 AM »
Heres an update, as of 9:12 pm, the meter readings are at 1346 for the five AA batteries recharging. I also did a reading on the main two AA batteries, even tho the mains are wired in series,,and the recharging bats in parallel, the mains give different readings for each battery, as usual my reading are done while the machine is running. For mains bat one,,as I call it is 1302,,and mains bat two is 1294. I would swear the thing has picked up speed, seriously. Anyway the test continues, more later..

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« Reply #112 on: October 26, 2010, 06:28:23 AM »
Another update,,bats recharging reading, 1357,,looking good I think, no noticeable speed loss,,possible speed increase, the speed increase I cant verify since I have no rpm meter. But either way it definitely has not slowed any, that Im almost sure of. If it has increased in speed I can not imagine how since the top motor is out of the recharging loop, even if the top motor and bottom motor are connected by the spinning cd disk.  Eventually it must slow and stop,,then will come the final test. I will use one recharged bat on the main drain motor time test,,and another I will even do a meter amp test on, and will post the results, Will post more later.

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« Reply #113 on: October 26, 2010, 08:12:59 AM »
I know Im posting to many updates lol,,but Im up anyway so nothig better to do. So heres another update,,recharging bats reading 1362 as of 2:12 am,,and no noticeable speed change in the spinning cd,,its been zooming since the start,,so would be hard to tell if it slowed a little anyway. More later..

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« Reply #114 on: October 26, 2010, 11:16:57 AM »
Update, recharging bats at 1367 as of 5:15 am,,experiment still running.

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« Reply #115 on: October 26, 2010, 01:02:13 PM »
New update,,as of 7:00 am,,5 recharging bats reading 1370,,motors still spinning without slowing,,thinks this will turn out well. More later..

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« Reply #116 on: October 26, 2010, 04:29:59 PM »
Update,,recharging bats reading 1375,,experiment continues..

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« Reply #117 on: October 26, 2010, 05:49:35 PM »
I can notice the motor slowing some now,,recharging bats still at 1375,,so im sure I will get to the final test today,,sometime. Then the final results will be posted,,but it still spins on fairly fast now,,but I can notice some speed loss..Ill post the main drain motor test and amp test when it stops..Doubt the readings will go up much more,,but if it does more then a few points Ill post that as well.

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« Reply #118 on: October 26, 2010, 09:21:46 PM »
Ok I went ahead and stopped the test early cause I was just curious what the results were. Im sure it could have ran several more hours if not even into the night had I let it continue. So I did the main drain motor test on one of the recharged AA batteries and got 9 minutes run time,,so thats very good, it held amperage and it takes a whole lot to run that big motor. If you haven't read the previous post, the main drain motor is a motor I use that can drain a AA battery in ten minutes or so which was fully recharged on my AC plug in recharger. I also did an amp test, on DCA on two different settings on one of the recharged AA batteries, heres the results, on the 20m setting for the amp test it read 2.26 and for the 200m setting it read 22.6, so all in all I think this design is a fairly nice one as the test turned out well. I will make a schematic later and post it,,but if you been reading its all already in the post..So thats it for now,,Im sure I will think of something else to try and if it works well post it on here in time.

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« Reply #119 on: October 26, 2010, 09:52:27 PM »
Sorry, but this is not a "magnet" motor, it's a free energy device.
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