If you keep the internal capacitance low, you will limit the speed in which things happen. Ten RPM might not be what you're looking for, but possibly be all you are going to get.
If Newman is correct, the voltage acts as a catalyst to manifest out the magnetic field in such a way to have a coherent polarity. That's really all you need. The tricks Newman uses to get the proper alignment should be applicable whether done slowly or quick. If those are my two choices, I'd take quick and do those same tricks more often.
Right. However. We might be playing in an area that is WAY above or below our speed.
So in the end we may not even see much difference.
If we are in the window. Then its a factor.
This all could be calulated to get an idea. But I don't think its necacarry for. Proof of consept. However re wrapping 140lb of 30 or 36 is not somthing I want to be doing...
That it Matt. Its only a catalyst. And once started the charge is bigger coming back. Than goin in. This bei gs the caps up on the coils and your letrialy shuffling potental back and forth. But its with in the system. Its self.
Newman got his big motor running at full speed. Pumping water. He then remove the catalyst (input battery) and the motor ran for OVER 3 MIN!! Do the math. I'm not convinced its just the mass. Why? Becuse when he started it, it takes off WAY faster than that... Gives us an idea of what torque and how heavy it really is.
The rotory is
4foot flywheele. 450lb
9" rotor 9 foot long. I think the magnet was
from my notes.
Edit 1200lb rotor! This was "including a 5foot flywheel. (I haven't tried to measure it yet)