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Author Topic: Tests on Ring Magnet SMOT - Not bad!  (Read 8894 times)

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Re: Tests on Ring Magnet SMOT - Not bad!
« Reply #15 on: October 09, 2016, 10:30:37 PM »
What happens if you release one more ring magnet on the track when the first magnet is already held up in sticky spot?  The second ring magnet moves towards sticky spot and kicks the first magnet out of sticky spot by repulsion which (first magnet)  again moves towards sticky spot on the track and kicks the latter from the sticky spot.

Will not this ass kicking go on for ever?
There will be no difference. How will the half way magnet experience a sticky spot that is busy with another magnet?
I general, if one magnet cannot pull it off, two magnets will not make it any better. Permanent magnets are conservative. If we keep ignoring that fact, we will be seeing many more failed magnet motor projects through the years to come.


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Re: Tests on Ring Magnet SMOT - Not bad!
« Reply #15 on: October 09, 2016, 10:30:37 PM »