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  • jim glinski
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    Here's more information

    http://jnaudin.free.fr/steorn/html/orboeffecten.htm

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  • jim glinski
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    Here's more information
    https://patents.google.com/patent/US5565835A/en

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by jim glinski View Post
    Here's that video you can see the neon flashing to ground it tirigers at around 100 volts but it could be 400 volts over all who knows ?.
    https://youtu.be/aGPRoHgz8Rw
    Here is one that takes ZERO to run.but sad to say it won't power the barn lights so the chickens can get around at night.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ossxHUeup8
    Last edited by BroMikey; 08-18-2021, 07:00 AM.

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  • jim glinski
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    Here's that video you can see the neon flashing to ground it tirigers at around 100 volts but it could be 400 volts over all who knows ?.
    https://youtu.be/aGPRoHgz8Rw

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  • jim glinski
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    Hi guys I woke up this morning and realized that the guy running this motor ISN'T USING THE RETURN ENERGY !! THAT NEON IS TURING ON AROUND 100 VOLTS AND THE MOTOR RUNS ON 2.7 VOLTS !!! he is not recycling the energy . and in another of his videos he runs a 9 volt battery for 12 hours ? And at another point said at the end 40 hours ? Hard to hear him .he said rotation was still happing at .5 volts. .hers the point on the original school girl motor of bedini the science teacher at the show calculated that her motor would stop in four hours but it didn't that's what drove them crazy. It ran for two months !! This motor of his isn't recycling that energy at all he's dumpling to ground at least 100 volts or much more .could their be enough energy there to run a whole another motor ?? And that motor another motor ??. And were not even using the rotational energy yet .
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  • jim glinski
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    Notice the cores are deep so why not a foot deep and bigger diameter with a neo string of magnets instead of one ?. If there getting 3.5 OU then one using 300 watts gives around one horse power OU after expenses. That's all I need running 24/7/365.

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  • jim glinski
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    if I'm remembering right he says that the extra cores didn't add much or anything to the power input .?.if true then why not more ?.and bigger .it could make a nice desk top fan but needs a larger blade .notice there's no recycling of back emf or spikes might be room for cap charging and increased run time then there's the three battery or cap system .he's this good and without the advanced add ons.

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by jim glinski View Post
    The v gate motor could be converted to this ..thats a version of the magnetic Wankel... There's another video https://youtu.be/ahL6VWFhtas. How about a .0009 watt motor .
    Very nice motor, I like these.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahL6VWFhtas

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  • jim glinski
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    Well bedini used pulleys and reduced the speed and increasing torque .

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  • jim glinski
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    OK here's a new thought this tordial core being turned off has no attraction .and a magnet passes by .but a donut type core is to shallow to use the other side for a second magnet attraction motor .two feeding off the same core really can't be done well because of the closeness of the two big neos .they would either lock or replus each other when the cores turned on and off .but a pipe shouldn't do that being longer giving greater separation of the magnets....might work .doubling your output power.

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  • alexelectric
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    The video is very interesting, the low consumption of the engine, now what use we could give it.
    In my case I am looking for something moderate, a low consumption but that has some torque.

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  • jim glinski
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    The v gate motor could be converted to this ..thats a version of the magnetic Wankel... There's another video https://youtu.be/ahL6VWFhtas. How about a .0009 watt motor .

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  • alexelectric
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    This is how the Bedini engine is, it has speed, but not torque, you can sacrifice speed from 15000 rpm to about 3500 rpm and give it torque, how would you do it? concerns.

    Some time ago it was commented here in the forum a researcher mentioned that they were working on improving the Bedini zero force engine torque, to be able to be used in moving a generator, this comment is the same as I tried but with the common Bedini engine, but not there is torque, and if I also thought about the Bedini zero force motor, so the ideas coincide, but it has been possible to obtain more torque in a zero force motor, we do not know.

    How many ideas and projects to experiment, go that it takes time and the components, and seek to improve them and give them usefulness.

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  • BroMikey
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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by alexelectric View Post

    The bedini zero force motor reaches very high speeds, you can try it
    I don't need 15,000 rpm. Only a low amp motor 3500rpm. The zero force motor was shown by John Bedini and he said that they could not get much torque and that more testing or improvements were needed. No one has ever done or even shown an equivalent to John's. All talk and no action. Very few are dedicated. It costs real money.

    Here is a good example. 1000's of V-Gate motors all over the web that don't work. People go out of their way to show you their broken motor.

    This man took more action

    Last edited by BroMikey; 07-19-2021, 06:59 AM.

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