WORKING V & TRI GATE MOTOR !!

POPSCAN1

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Type WORKING V & TRI GATE MOTOR !!  into U Tube.   to see a working motor made from Steel Vs, Alnico rod magnets, two Neo sphere magnets, plastic parts. Its for sale to anyone interested. Make an attractive offer if interested.  Took many years to get it just exactly right. No airstream powering it or some thing under the table.   Can give more info but you wont get it to work unless you buy my setup as the components work as shown.  Any slight deviation no go.

patrick1

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oh come on, that is the least convincing version i have ever seen

*searches his youtube downloads folder for "gate" *.

il show you my favorite one if my computer dosnt crash

warj1990

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PopScan1,

It has been proven that "movement" to overcome a small area will make the machine work, aka "V magnet"...it's the automation and getting past this equalized, magnetic force that is the hold up.  You can see the movement with your hand to "adjust" the field and allow it to continue. 


Patrick1, 
The second video looks convincing... as does the last.   The others have been confirmed "not self running".... I'm sure they all have been confirmed, just I haven't seen the detials.


I think I have a new hobby now.... ;)
W.

Matt Watts

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Quote from warj1990 on April 2nd, 12:34 PM
I think I have a new hobby now.... ;)
All you need is:



You might recognize this as a Halbach array which gives you essentially a magnetic diode.   :-)

Lynx

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Quote from Matt Watts on April 2nd, 03:58 PM
You might recognize this as a Halbach array which gives you essentially a magnetic diode.   :-)
Thank you :thumbsup:

patrick1

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Quote from Matt Watts on April 2nd, 03:58 PM
All you need is:
wd cool thread.

Matt Watts

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It gets cooler...

https://ie.energy/

Lynx

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Quote from Matt Watts on April 3rd, 02:28 PM
It gets cooler...

https://ie.energy/
So their machines are not for sale just yet, correct?
I see that they're open for investors though.
Well if this ain't cool I don't know what is..........provided they have what they say they have.
Extremely interesting, thanks for sharing :thumbsup:

Matt Watts

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And the hits keep coming....



Article on Focused Magnetics.

Claims double the torque and horsepower for the same amount of energy consumed.  Connect it to an efficient generator and that baby should loop with power to burn.

Patents

Lynx

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Quote from Matt Watts on April 4th, 06:05 PM
Connect it to an efficient generator and that baby should loop with power to burn.
Very true.
If this motor indeed produces twice the power as compared to a conventional motor, it should loop just fine.

Matt Watts

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Quote from Lynx on April 5th, 12:33 PM
If this motor indeed produces twice the power as compared to a conventional motor, ...
And that would be the open question.  It's only a claim.  I haven't seen any definitive proof defending that claim.

Which to me opens another question:  What fundamental flaw exists in a conventional motor that caps efficiency at 746 watts to one horsepower?   And why does a typical generator seem to have the same conversion ratio?  Is it truly a matter of waste heat, wasted force or something else?

patrick1

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errr sorry i meant too post ;

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rofl

boy do i have some back emf tonite

~Russ

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Quote from Matt Watts on April 5th, 02:39 PM
And that would be the open question.  It's only a claim.  I haven't seen any definitive proof defending that claim.

Which to me opens another question:  What fundamental flaw exists in a conventional motor that caps efficiency at 746 watts to one horsepower?   And why does a typical generator seem to have the same conversion ratio?  Is it truly a matter of waste heat, wasted force or something else?
well... that's all very interesting Matt.

https://ie.energy/about.html

That kinda explains some stuff...

Tell me... what is a imbalanced magnet?

~Russ

Matt Watts

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Quote from ~Russ on April 10th, 09:40 AM
Tell me... what is a imbalanced magnet?
Some wild guy in Vegas mentioned to me that attaching a magnet to a large piece of steel spreads out one of the poles so it is no longer a focused, concentrated field.  Which apparently turns out to be the same thing as magnetic shielding.  The pole is still there, but so spread out you can hardly detect it.

Then we also learned from SuperMagnetMan if you quash one pole, effectively the other pole goes away too.

So to get imbalance it's really a matter of field density--focus one pole while dispersing it's opposite pole.

In the case of the Earth Engine, it looks to me like you want the two magnets to have widely dispersed fields when they approach each other and as they cross, then you want highly focused fields of like poles to create strong repulsion.  Still not real certain about the triggering Dennis uses, but I suspect it pushes the two magnets past the "sticky section" and apparently it requires only a small fraction of input energy compared to the total torque generated from the repulsion.

~Russ


patrick1

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Hey Russ, do you think i would be able too use that on my newman machine ?. - and like just have non magnet material in the middle ?

IE just have a pole on each end, and metal bloocking the oopposide field,  in order too extend the rotor, with non magnetic material ...  ever test anything like that ? ;)