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Old 02-05-2016, 08:58 AM
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Stages of coil operation.

First two Conventional stages then ReGenX have three stages.

Patent US20140111054 - Generator and Improved Coil Therefor Having Electrodynamic Properties - Google Patents


Conventional Generator Coil Operation, Stage 1 and Stage 2

FIG. 9 shows what happens when a North Pole rotor magnet approaches
a conventional coil which is connected to a load, current flows to the
load and the coil produces both a repelling resistive electromagnetic
force as seen by the approaching rotor magnet as well as an
attractive resistive electromagnetic field as seen by the receding
magnetic field. The net effect is more externally applied force must
always be applied to the rotor magnets to keep them approaching
the coil or they will decelerate and eventually stop if the load current
is great enough. The higher the current magnitude flowing in the coil
the stronger the coil's induced magnetic field and the more force must
be applied to the rotor.

When the North Pole rotor magnetic field begins to move away from the
coil's core as shown in FIG. 10, the current flow direction changes
direction as well and the coil's induced resistive magnetic field changes
from a repelling magnetic field to an attracting magnetic field which
resists the North Pole rotor's departure.

ReGen-X Generator Coil Operation, Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3

In Stage 1 as shown in FIG. 11, when the rotor's magnet field
approaches the ReGen-X coil above a certain critical minimum
frequency the coil impedance delays current flow in the coil and
it does not peak until the rotor magnet passes TDC. TDC is the
point in time when the rotor magnet is neither approaching nor
receding the coil and it is
essentially stationary. FIG. 5 shows the current sine wave in the
ReGenX coil (B) which is minimal prior to TDC and maximum
after TDC. When the rotor magnetic field approaches a ReGenX
coil above the coil's critical minimum frequency the current is
delayed and the resultant repelling magnetic field is minimal as
shown in the isolation

diagram below FIG. 12.

FIG. 12 shows the current sine wave for a conventional generator
coil (A) which peaks at the 90 degree mark (TDC). The resistive
repelling magnetic field produced by the coil increases in magnitude
until it peaks at 90 degrees and then changes direction to a
maximum magnitude resistive attracting magnetic field after the
90 degree mark when the current flow in the coil also changes
direction. The current flowing in the ReGenX generator coil on
the other hand is small prior to the 90 degree mark and does not
peak until after TDC or until the rotor magnet is already moving
away from the coil's core. The NET result is the post
90 degree (accelerative) repelling forces are greater than the
pre 90 degree (decelerative) repelling forces exerted by the ReGenX
coil's induced magnetic field on the rotor's rotating magnetic
field and rotor acceleration occurs under load.

FIG. 13 shows Stage 2 for the
ReGenX generator coil when the rotor magnetic field is TDC,
neither approaching nor receding from the coil's core.

At TDC the impedance of the coil drops to the low DC resistance
of the
coil while the induced voltage in the coil is at a maximum. The
maximum induced voltage can now be dissipated through the
coil's low DC resistance which produces maximum current flow
through the coil and to the load. The ReGenX coil's current flow
is delayed by the coil's inductance rise time as shown in FIG. 2.
and maximum current flow
and corresponding maximum magnetic field produced around the
coil does not fully manifest itself until 45 degrees post TDC. Once
the rotor's magnetic field begins to move away from the coil's core
at TDC the ReGenX coil's delayed and peaking magnetic field repels
and accelerates the rotor magnetic field in the same direction as its
original trajectory and accelerates its departure away from the coil
at a faster rate than it otherwise would be.

FIGS. 14 & 15 show Stage 3 for the ReGenX coil operation where the
rotor's rotating magnetic field has moved past the coils core at TDC.
When the ReGen-X coil discharges its delayed magnetic field which is
the same polarity as the receding rotor magnet it accelerates the
magnet's departure at a faster rate while simultaneously attracting
the opposite pole on the rotor which is now moving into position. The
net effect is less externally applied force can be applied to the rotor
magnets to keep them approaching the coil as opposed to a
conventional generator coil which requires an increase in eternally
applied force. The higher the current magnitude flowing in the
ReGen-X coil the stronger the coil's induced magnetic field and the
less force is required to keep the rotor rotating and the generator
producing electrical energy.

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