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  • goreggie
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    Energy By Motion

    ozone.bz

    Hi back at it, Tomorrow I will run more tests with a load and post results in a few days
    Look at site interesting
    Thanks

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  • mbrownn
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    Originally posted by WeThePeople View Post
    I have thought about this a bit and I have resolved one thing
    (Besides either multiple commutator connections and/or windings)
    is that the required brushes would have to one half the standard width
    of the commutator spacing overall to allow seperate
    driving and collection of magnetic interaction in the first place.

    Another possibily to harvest is to have a double-long commutator on the rotor,
    and adjustable slightly altered recovery brushes.

    But they would have to have brushes very slim for recovery,
    to not waste it shorting to the next winding pair sequencially,
    because the brush contacted the next winding sequentially.
    We the people

    This thread is not really the Lockridge device its more like how to build a better motor however there are many principals used here that I believe are an important part of it.

    I understand exactly what you are saying, maybe you should read some of the related threads on the subject and much work of that nature is being done.

    It seams that no one as yet has put together a device including all the principals. I donít have a thread on this forum covering these but I do have one here Imhotep's Lab Interactive FAQ - View topic - The lockridge device I am still in the early stages but making progress.

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  • WeThePeople
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    I have thought about this a bit and I have resolved one thing
    (Besides either multiple commutator connections and/or windings)
    is that the required brushes would have to one half the standard width
    of the commutator spacing overall to allow seperate
    driving and collection of magnetic interaction in the first place.

    Another possibily to harvest is to have a double-long commutator on the rotor,
    and adjustable slightly altered recovery brushes.

    But they would have to have brushes very slim for recovery,
    to not waste it shorting to the next winding pair sequencially,
    because the brush contacted the next winding sequentially.
    Last edited by WeThePeople; 04-17-2011, 04:53 AM.

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  • WeThePeople
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    Originally posted by Dave Michael Rogers View Post
    I believe John did see one of the original German generators running whilst he was on security detail in Germany in the 60's. It nearly got him court marshaled.

    A couple of years ago I heard another account from a totally independant source about such a generator with the claim that an original German Bosch unit is here in Britain...
    Dave
    Thats all I wanted, some indication it has been seen to work
    by at least someone, I deleted all the above dribble as well.

    My point both is and was that simultanious carbon brushset's
    that both supply and capture from a rotor cannot possibly
    occupy the same commutator no matter how shaven,
    so there must have been cross-wired rotor windings...

    Or seperate capture windings staggered from supply
    are wound on the same supply rotor poles,
    and stagger-wired to the commutator for recovery

    A duality of pole wiring in identical fashion
    wound on the same poles in dual,
    but wired, say, 90-degrees out of each,
    would allow the windings to be both supply and recovery,
    with proper spacing of commutator brushes.

    It would sure support the need to grind the brushes
    to a narrower width to space function required.

    Leading grind for supply,
    lagging to collect collapse.

    Just like all tesla patents observing the concept of using a rotor to convert DC to AC really,
    he didn't say we couldn't toss a FWBR to make usefull recyclable return-to-input fodder...

    Thank you
    Last edited by WeThePeople; 04-17-2011, 04:37 AM.

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  • Matthew Jones
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    Originally posted by Dave Michael Rogers View Post
    Hi Matt,
    Was this to me?....
    Dave
    No I know you Dave. I should have quoted "We the people". Thats who I was addressing.

    Sorry for the misunderstanding.

    Matt

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  • Dave Michael Rogers
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    Hi Matt,
    Was this to me? Of course I build, and test which can be seen on my Youtube channel.
    I've tried building a Lockridge device, and was experimenting with back popping genny coils on my SG a couple of year back, again which can be seen on my youtube channel, but this was more akin to a Watson setup.
    At present I have a set of armature laminates that were going to be for the next Kromrey setup, but I may use them as part of a Lockridge type device instead.
    Regards
    Dave

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  • Matthew Jones
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    The whole point was not to replicate it to detail, the point was to start looking for a better horsepower to watt ratio in conventional motors. See if this is even possible before going on and trying to push a generator to resupply the charge to the source.

    I personally haven't come to a final conclusions. So much has become possible lately, that the testing just continues. Are you testing? Or are you just too opinionated to try?
    Unfortunately building something is the only way to see.

    Matt

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  • Dave Michael Rogers
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    Originally posted by WeThePeople View Post
    I have pointed out without corrective response,
    both Peter and John have NEVER SEEN ONE RUNNING !
    !
    I believe John did see one of the original German generators running whilst he was on security detail in Germany in the 60's. It nearly got him court marshaled.
    But you are right to question why there hasn't been any surviving units from Germany or from the device Lockridge produced in the US.
    A couple of years ago I heard another account from a totally independant source about such a generator with the claim that an original German Bosch unit is here in Britain, but when dealing with people who are NOT on the internet, how do you chase it down? Unfortunately, belief doesn't equate to knowledge.
    Regards
    Dave

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  • WeThePeople
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    Last edited by WeThePeople; 04-16-2011, 07:25 PM.

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  • sampojo
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    Reggie's self runner

    Matt suggested adding a couple ammeters, after all power is I*V. Did you build a couple motor types then, one using a starter? The SRM looks like the razor scooter motor.

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  • Matthew Jones
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    So it the same schematic as I posted here.
    http://www.energeticforum.com/renewa...tml#post127907

    I doubt seriously there is any justification for calling it a self runner. You'll figure it out when you actually look at the the Watts and not just the voltage. Your just lowering the input to the system from the battery by charging the cap with the output of the coils, so the battery pops back up a bit.
    A long run to measure battery voltage before and after will most likely show a loss in battery voltage.

    Matt

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  • goreggie
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    small electric motor

    Hi
    1)The hook up is Red wire + from battery to + cap1 to + input motor
    2) Black is - from battery to - cap3 to - input motor
    3) Green is recovery from motor to rectifier to cap1 - to cap 2 +
    4) Yel is recovery from motor to rectifier to cap 2- to cap 3+

    Meter on left is hooked to battery
    Meter on right is hooked to center cap.+ -
    when I get a digital amp meter more will follow on readings
    I have a few motors rewound the same way
    with 3 caps 4700uF 450 vdc each if one wants one let me know Thanks for input

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  • Mark
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    Originally posted by goreggie View Post
    Hi I reposted the small motor for testing.
    YouTube - self running motor start.wmv

    YouTube - reggie's self running electric motor.wmv

    I do not have test equipment to test this so this time I'm not saying self running motor until it can be shown to be true. Thanks
    At 1:45 in the first video there is a splice in the video and the yellow wire that was hooked to the far right cap suddenly is not hooked up anymore.

    You need some explaination on the second video, I'm not quite sure what I'm looking at.

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