2013 Pulse motor build off

Jimboot

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #50, on September 21st, 2013, 04:30 AM »Last edited on September 21st, 2013, 04:32 AM by Jimboot
Just threw this one together this afternoon. Trying a new gen coil which is relatively low lenz . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tf9n5mJ-MwM hope I'm not too late :)

Lynx

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #51, on September 21st, 2013, 05:17 AM »
Quote from Jimboot on September 21st, 2013, 04:30 AM
Just threw this one together this afternoon.....
How do the hall effect switch fire the coils, do you have a schematic for it?
That's some speed you get there, impressive!

natsud1

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #52, on September 21st, 2013, 08:25 AM »
finally youtube got done this is my official entry. Thanks guys it has been fun learning experience. my email is natsud1@yahoo.com  

firepinto


Lynx

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #55, on September 21st, 2013, 01:09 PM »
That is going to be soooo sweet Nate, can't wait to see it in action

firepinto


freethisone

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #57, on September 22nd, 2013, 02:03 AM »Last edited on September 22nd, 2013, 02:05 AM by freethisone
Pinto that is an amazing looking contraption..
Are there neo dimum magnets spaced around the white wheels? i was thinking that would help generate energy at that axis.

i wish i could enter but sadly am unable.

i had an idea wile thinking of a pancake coil, or Rodin coil.

ill draw a picture to show with my description.


the object from collecting energy from radio antenna, or induction coils are of interest.

to transmit energy with radio we oscillate a current up and down an antenna wire at what frequency we choose. higher up in gig hertz range..
it is a moving charge up and down the wire.

an induction coil is similar at the center of the coil most charge is in motion, back and forth to cause a iron rod to pull in one side, and come out  the other. or for induction.


a pancake coil is both an antenna, and a induction coil in one.

i want the emf to travel perpendicular to the coil. i what it to oscillate between two pancake coils, and i would like to include a second or third path way or conducting wire to direct part of that oscillation how i choose.

add paint:-/


natsud1

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #58, on September 22nd, 2013, 09:02 AM »
Hey guys I thought I would just share. I tried to make another pulse motor out of just anything I could find now that I kinda get a grasp on how to do it and I found this thing I Kicked off the back of a TV so I tried to hook it up and make a motor out of it and this is what I came up with. I just thought it was neat to be able to take random part that had a coil wires on it and a magnet and make some type of motor work tought it was really neat it's not very good pulse motor but I just thought it was cool to take a random part and do this. theres nothing but a battery and transistor running this no protections or anything cause i just threw it together this morning for fun. I am really enjoying this pulse motor stuff so far its fun to play with. Thanks for holding this build off I may have never gotten around to actually learning about this stuff or building one if it wasnt for the kick in the but the build off gave me

Lynx

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #59, on September 22nd, 2013, 09:07 AM »
Good for you Nat, hope to see more of your builds
Would that be a pulse motor btw?
What feedback do you use, hall effect switch or reed relay or.......?

Jeff Nading

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #60, on September 22nd, 2013, 01:52 PM »
I like it, very good thinking.:D:D:D

erfinder

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #61, on September 22nd, 2013, 02:44 PM »Last edited on September 22nd, 2013, 03:38 PM by Lynx
Finally finished...3 minutes isn't enough time, but I gave it my best go.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnezYYGaGBk

Regards

natsud1

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #62, on September 22nd, 2013, 06:56 PM »
Quote from Lynx on September 22nd, 2013, 09:07 AM
Good for you Nat, hope to see more of your builds
Would that be a pulse motor btw?
What feedback do you use, hall effect switch or reed relay or.......?
Umm I don't really know what you mean about it being a pulse motor maybe you could tell me lol. but it has two sets of coils and I used one side as the trigger and one for the run kinda like the bedini circuit I think, it just uses the 2n3055 transistor a battery and the coils. Sorry I don't really know very much about this stuff I was just messing around so I probably don't do stuff the right way. I still don't know if the output of the pulse motor I entered is ac or dc for the charging, still learning. You may have to ask simplified questions so I can actually answer them lol

firepinto

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #63, on September 22nd, 2013, 08:00 PM »
Well here are two of the last videos before my final entry video in the other thread:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCMzDtD2bSY



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yxxGaEKyYU

I definitely learned what I wanted to learn from building this machine. :)  It's just too bad it didn’t work the way I wanted it too.  I think I can make it run with a different arduino sketch and possibly a new mag ring.  I have a new path I want to go down before I do that though. :D

Nate

Matt Watts

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #64, on September 22nd, 2013, 08:37 PM »
Quote from firepinto on September 22nd, 2013, 08:00 PM
Well here are two of the last videos before my final entry video in the other thread:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCMzDtD2bSY


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yxxGaEKyYU

I definitely learned what I wanted to learn from building this machine. :)  It's just too bad it didn’t work the way I wanted it too.  I think I can make it run with a different arduino sketch and possibly a new mag ring.  I have a new path I want to go down before I do that though. :D

Nate
Certainly an interesting contraption, quite elaborate.  Bummer it didn't run.  When I first saw enough of it to figure out what it was, I thought you were trying to build that Babcock motor.

firepinto

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #65, on September 22nd, 2013, 08:45 PM »
Quote from Matt Watts on September 22nd, 2013, 08:37 PM
Quote from firepinto on September 22nd, 2013, 08:00 PM
Well here are two of the last videos before my final entry video in the other thread:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCMzDtD2bSY


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yxxGaEKyYU

I definitely learned what I wanted to learn from building this machine. :)  It's just too bad it didn’t work the way I wanted it too.  I think I can make it run with a different arduino sketch and possibly a new mag ring.  I have a new path I want to go down before I do that though. :D

Nate
Certainly an interesting contraption, quite elaborate.  Bummer it didn't run.  When I first saw enough of it to figure out what it was, I thought you were trying to build that Babcock motor.
Actually I still havent seen what the Babcock motor is. lol  Gonna have to get on looking that one up.

sonsoftesladotcom

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #66, on September 22nd, 2013, 10:51 PM »
here  is the link to my video  http://youtu.be/8cwRd8htQeQ

Well I worked up to the last hour but in the end was done in by some shorts, a switch and some dying batteries so shes a no go. Had a good time ran through the whole range of emotions. I have been doing nothing but thinking and working on this thing for 3 weeks, my friends wonder where I am and what I am up too. They just don't get it when I tell them that I have been busy working on a pulse motor for the pulse motor 2013 contest.... they look at me like I hit my head.
had a good time, I can honestly say I have never put so much passion and heart and sole into anything for so long as I have this these past 3 weeks I feel physically and emotionally drained but that just means I gave it my all.
Thanks Brad and Russ it was good.
To the winners congratulations you deserve it.
Sincerely
Bob

Lynx

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #67, on September 22nd, 2013, 11:47 PM »
Quote from natsud1 on September 22nd, 2013, 06:56 PM
Quote from Lynx on September 22nd, 2013, 09:07 AM
Good for you Nat, hope to see more of your builds
Would that be a pulse motor btw?
What feedback do you use, hall effect switch or reed relay or.......?
Umm I don't really know what you mean about it being a pulse motor maybe you could tell me lol. but it has two sets of coils and I used one side as the trigger and one for the run kinda like the bedini circuit I think, it just uses the 2n3055 transistor a battery and the coils. Sorry I don't really know very much about this stuff I was just messing around so I probably don't do stuff the right way. I still don't know if the output of the pulse motor I entered is ac or dc for the charging, still learning. You may have to ask simplified questions so I can actually answer them lol
Sorry, I missed that about the trigger coil, that's what fires the 2n3055, right?
Anyway, good luck!

Matt Watts

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #68, on September 23rd, 2013, 12:08 AM »
Quote from sonsoftesladotcom on September 22nd, 2013, 10:51 PM
here  is the link to my video  http://youtu.be/8cwRd8htQeQ

Well I worked up to the last hour but in the end was done in by some shorts, a switch and some dying batteries so shes a no go. Had a good time ran through the whole range of emotions. I have been doing nothing but thinking and working on this thing for 3 weeks, my friends wonder where I am and what I am up too. They just don't get it when I tell them that I have been busy working on a pulse motor for the pulse motor 2013 contest.... they look at me like I hit my head.
had a good time, I can honestly say I have never put so much passion and heart and sole into anything for so long as I have this these past 3 weeks I feel physically and emotionally drained but that just means I gave it my all.
Thanks Brad and Russ it was good.
To the winners congratulations you deserve it.
Sincerely
Bob
I'm very glad you made the attempt, that experience is so valuable when you decide to work on something more complex.  Many of us here have put the same kind of heart and soul into our various energy projects and still lack the results we set out for.  Along the way though you acquire very useful tools and skills that early on you never thought possible.  In my case, I would have never imagined being able to run a 3D CAD/CAM system, let alone a CNC router.  And the HHO torch is pretty cool too.  :)  And being able to make transformers out of PVC pipe and steel shot isn't something they teach in school either.

Anyway, I'm glad you participated and hope to see an entry from you on the next go around.  And do feel free to jump in on the conversations on this forum in the meantime.  Whatever flips your switch, there is probably something here to explore.

sonsoftesladotcom

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #69, on September 23rd, 2013, 04:06 PM »
Thanks Matt it sure was fun to wind a big coil and see it come to life for the first time I felt like shouting "ITS ALIVE....!!" Yes I am very happy to be a part of this forum.

~Russ

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #70, on September 23rd, 2013, 10:58 PM »
Quote from sonsoftesladotcom on September 22nd, 2013, 10:51 PM
here  is the link to my video  http://youtu.be/8cwRd8htQeQ

Well I worked up to the last hour but in the end was done in by some shorts, a switch and some dying batteries so shes a no go. Had a good time ran through the whole range of emotions. I have been doing nothing but thinking and working on this thing for 3 weeks, my friends wonder where I am and what I am up too. They just don't get it when I tell them that I have been busy working on a pulse motor for the pulse motor 2013 contest.... they look at me like I hit my head.
had a good time, I can honestly say I have never put so much passion and heart and sole into anything for so long as I have this these past 3 weeks I feel physically and emotionally drained but that just means I gave it my all.
Thanks Brad and Russ it was good.
To the winners congratulations you deserve it.
Sincerely
Bob
bob, fantastic!!!

could i get you to enter what you had anyway? i will even edit your video to make it 3 min...

you deserve it!!!

what a fantastic build! :) i know the feeling on emotionally drained! and also my friends think the same... lol

grate work everyone!!!

im working on geting all the videos in one spot...

~Russ  

Jimboot

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #71, on September 24th, 2013, 12:28 AM »Last edited on September 24th, 2013, 02:20 PM by ~Russ/Rwg42985
DOH! Here is my 3minute vid last one was 4:30 http://youtu.be/joZz32oh90c


~Russ


firepinto

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #73, on September 24th, 2013, 05:50 PM »
I was lucky enough to be home on a Tuesday night, so I tried to run some tests on the pulse motor.  I took out the top coil and set it on the bench, did some tests with a battery and my 1" neosphere.  I took one of the sets of 3 paths in series and powered it, magnet jumped some.  Added the other set of 3 in series, now 6 in series.  Magnet jumped more.  Set up arduino with hall sensor, found a bad connection on my output terminal. :(  Fixed that, got the magnet spinning with the hall sensor. :cool:  It didnt spin very fast, and the frequency PWM stuff I added seemed to be slowing it.  I went to go get my 1/4" neosphere to test to see if it would go faster.  Came back to find my arduino is locked tight, can't talk through the USB/serial, and the program isnt running. :dodgy:  I guess I better build an optoisolator circuit. :P  

My list of rebuilding and redesigning is growing. lol Time to split this into two different projects. :D  I need more wraps on my coils for sure.  Lucky I can print new ones and keep these. :idea:

Nate

Matt Watts

RE: 2013 Pulse motor build off
« Reply #74, on September 24th, 2013, 07:44 PM »
Quote from firepinto on September 24th, 2013, 05:50 PM
Came back to find my arduino is locked tight, can't talk through the USB/serial, and the program isnt running. :dodgy:  I guess I better build an optoisolator circuit. :P
Yes sir.  The inductive kickback from these coils will pop sensitive digital electronics pretty easily.  I'm now using optical isolation between my controller and the gate drivers, with some big high-speed snubber diodes on my MOSFET outputs.  The controller runs on completely separate power from the output circuit too.  So far, so good.