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  • Electromagnetic Repulsion Motor



    to the Electromagnetic Repulsion Motor thread.



    Please share your designs.
    Regards,

    VIDBID

  • #2
    Hi
    I just repeat this:

    Originally posted by seaad View Post
    . . I advise you to use BOTH sides of the ((magnets AND )) the coils simultaneously. .
    Pls see this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAYsAN5QPnA

    Attraction seems to be better?? I have seen someones answer to that in some thread. I think the youtube film was there too.

    Best regards
    Arne

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    • #3
      Originally posted by seaad View Post
      Hi
      I just repeat this:



      Pls see this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAYsAN5QPnA

      Attraction seems to be better?? I have seen someones answer to that in some thread. I think the youtube film was there too.

      Best regards
      Arne

      Repulsion works great, too.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2GaAV92eQ0
      Regards,

      VIDBID

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      • #4
        This should be an great thread.

        One of the earliest electromagnetic machines by Joseph Henry 1831.
        It has been described as a rocking motion. A logical modification
        to repulsive mode might use more electric magnets.

        Henry 1831.JPG

        To get angular momentum shown vidbid repulsion by re-arranging the solenoids
        into a different configuration. With a slow pulse like every two seconds it could be found with
        intuitive feel. The reason for backing up is there is another angular momentum design.
        It might share some properties. It looks like stacked saturn rings. possibly the ratio of
        12 negative electrons to 1 positron forma a structure where they spin faster with
        a small amount of repulsion and when they (are kicked) they detach forming current.

        B field of electron.JPG

        the force arrows

        vidbid repulsion.JPG
        Last edited by mikrovolt; 11-15-2017, 06:58 AM.

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        • #5
          Both repulsion and attraction give good results but if you use attraction, provided you create a return path, it keeps the flux within the core of the coil and can be more efficient. I have used the attraction method in the past.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by mbrownn View Post
            Both repulsion and attraction give good results but if you use attraction, provided you create a return path, it keeps the flux within the core of the coil and can be more efficient. I have used the attraction method in the past.
            However, in terms of repulsion, I think repulsion works best.
            Regards,

            VIDBID

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