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07-17-2012, 01:56 AM
 Rl2003 Senior Member Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 168
UFO,
I saw that post and tested it both ways.
Seems to run the same, either way.
I will try to post a video tomorrow.
Thanks,
Mark

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Ufopolitics Dear friend, That is the ONLY way it is supposed to run, you are activating Input Coils...now try the other diagonal terminals (opposed to the ones it runs and it should also run...go back to my previous Blue Back (Where TF is the Witch) diagram and connect like that...then measure it.. Regards Ufopolitics
07-17-2012, 02:57 AM
 Ufopolitics Senior Member Join Date: Feb 2012 Location: US, Florida Posts: 2,081
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 Originally Posted by citfta Hi UFO, Hi Cifta, Thanks Carroll, Can you do me a favor?, Please? Whenever you answer, pls do it outside the quote mark PHP codes...or else I just read this: Hi UFO, Blank Thanks Carroll, Blank Respectfully, Carroll
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Hello Dear Carroll,

Please, may I ask where did you read, in what part, did I write the word..."Total Output=18 Volts"? Your meter shows 18 volts and it is across the generator output plus the battery voltage in series.
Ok Carroll,
Let me explain why I did that...The Effective Armature Voltage on a Motor, is calculated based on its Voltage-Current transiting its Armature Coils...In Symmetric Motors we must subtract C EMF because Symmetry is constantly reversing the Coils Voltage to achieve rotation, by forced Magnetic Poles switching, this creates a reverse current and voltage flow...Are you picturing this?
Mr Peter Lindemann shows Us an old Navy Electric Book, where a Battery is portrayed as the C EMF and connected opposite to Input, meaning plus to plus and neg to neg...which I agree entirely with...Coils retain their energy in their magnetic fields...just like a non polarized Cap...now every time it charges, then it "blows it back" at our Input...Mine does not do that...instead it sends it via second set of brushes...to output being a positive value and favoring rotation...so we can not subtract, because My "battery" reverses naturally, just like any given inductor...at the time is Pulsed Off...by that time it is already connected and discharging its voltage and current down our outputs...so, we can not subtract that value, but add it...

May I ask you if you had the time to watch my video Asymmetry to Enlightenment?...Go direct to 4:28 I have Symmetry described there as Mr Lindemann's Video shows, then jump to 10:40 and watch my Motors at work...

A Motor Armature Power is given by Ea-Ec=Effective Voltage (not output) Not exactly true. You have to include armature current to calculate true armature power.

Dear Carroll, Current (Amperage) is an Electronic Flow "Population" Value per section of conductor, simplified...nothing more to it...Voltage is the Potential difference between Point A and Point B of a given length of conductor of Electronic Flow...Parameters are reading both electronic flow...one at a cross section and the other at two ends and computing the difference in potentials...They are both about electronic flow...nothing more to it...We have learned to separate this as if they would be comprehending different based Constants...and they are not...They are about same electronic flow measurements, but in different ways, One at a limited minimum timing (One Second, and a "Coulomb" defining Electronic Volume is then understood as "One Ampere" based on that great French Scientist...The other based on Potential Difference between two points as Volts...rendering its name to Alessandro Volta, great Italian Scientist...different times...

Anyways...Amps are Measured in Closed Loops only...and that is a disadvantage to measure my Motors...they are never closed...always flowing freely...where there is not opposed traffic...but at most, a heavy traffic, like a "rush" but all electrons flowing same "one way"...never colliding frontally.

See one thing most are missing or disregarding here, just because dedicating time to calculate Amperage at constant open loops..No one has dedicated a minute to analyze My Magnetic fields...and would never understand my motors if you do not see them...

Effective Voltage is our Rotor Voltage Power, given by Counter EMF, which, since it is a reverse value to our Input...is then subtracted..to our Source Input...are we right til now? Yes effective voltage is input voltage minus CEMF.
Ok, My Motors do not have C EMF...What do we do now?

In Peter Lindemann is very simple deal, He gets in 12.1 V...and C EMF is -9.0V
This if we use very simple math gives Us a Voltage value of 3.1V...are we ok to here?
Yes.

Grreat!!

Then we have an Ev (Effective Voltage)...not Total Output, Carroll, of 3.1 Volts as Armature Voltage Power...right? Yes that also is correct.

Grreat!!

Ok, Dear, so then, I will let you "Calculate" My Motor math as Ev amount (not output)...How much, do you think that is? There is no way to calculate the Ev without knowing the current going through the armature and also the armature resistance.

So what do we do??

Resistance could be calculated by each pair of coils at stationary level, and add'em up...but that would be a wrong result, just because, they are never "all" touching-contacting in series...so it is completely "unpredictable" How many times coils are sweeping comm elements at two-one (2-1) ratio per Nano/Milli second of rotation...meaning, there is only two choices...either Coil Pairs are solid contacting comm element...or Two at same time, but then resistance between them two... would have to be calculated as parallel, not serial connection...meaning R1(Coil 1)+R2(Coil 2)/divided 2...

And remember I mean Effective Voltage, not Total Output Then why did you use your measured output and claim it was the EV?

You tell me...

Now COP, derives from Ev/Ea, meaning Effective Voltage divided Input Voltage...In Mr Lindemann's video, it renders a COP of 3.1/12.1=0.256

You are confusing COP with effieciency. They are not always the same thing.

Ok...let me see if I understand what you wrote..."they are not always the same thing..."
Meaning not always...maybe tomorrow...or Friday...but never "always"?

Dear Carroll, COP, (Coefficient of Performance) is the Final Residue or left over Electrical Value inside the Motor Armature, after deducting the C EMF to your Electrical Input, ..Divided its Input...

Motor Efficiency is only measured by the Mechanical Force of the Motor's Shaft, as "P out"/P in and given in Nm, Horse Power or Watts calculations
However works based on same Formula as COP, but where P Out is given by shaft force, not electrical residue at armature...

Whenever you finish doing this math...then we could calculate my COP properly then...

I do not know why we are all arguing over something so simple...if we would be talking about Maxwell's Quaternions Formulas...I would understand, or even High Level Algebra ...but...not in so simple math...
Please understand I am not saying your motor is not doing all you claim. In fact I am greatly impressed by the design of it. I have never seen anything quit like it in all my years of working on motors and generators. I am only saying you are not doing the calculations correctly.

Thank You Carroll, no one here will know how to do the "calculations" right...including Me, We were never taught Asymmetrical Systems...
Never seen anything like it?...Did you ever care to look at Nikola Tesla Electrodynamic Machines lay outs, back in 1888 to 1910?

Regards

Ufopolitics
07-17-2012, 04:09 AM
 Hiwater Member Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 34
Quote:
 Originally Posted by JohnStone Same question from my side! This is a drawing of the generator mentioned. The left two are the old 6V models not being compatible to the right hand side 12V model. Pic1 Pic2 Pic3 PIC4 Jst got one at ebay: 14V / 32A / 28 bucks.
From what i remember the earlier vw generators, the type used for the lockridge device had thinner and longer slots. The type used in the earlier years. Also there was some winding difference. but dont recall if it was the armature or the feild coils. this info was gathered from a vw generator rebuilder from california earlier this year.

Much easier to get a Gm delco generator and cheaper. most parts fit through all the years. there is a long and a short case on those.
these have 14 armature slots and 28 bars.

UFO-- while on the subject of these GM Delco generators. i wonder if it would be appropiate to ask how to wind the 14 slot and 28 bar armature.
These are pretty easy to get to experiment on . I have ruined about 50 of these the last couple of years trying different renditions of the lockridge. The residual magnetisim always seems to be a wolf in sheeps clothing. i can get it to speed up in rpm putting a load on it, close to 900 rpm. When motorising. But when being drive its a different story same as when coasting. thanks for your input.
07-17-2012, 07:11 AM
 waterfall Junior Member Join Date: Jul 2012 Posts: 10
My opinion

Quote:
Hi all,
Let me try to clarify basic approach to "over-unity".
Over-unity is always pure magnetic performance.
So we need to think magnetically!
How?
In my opinion asymmetric approach is big advantage in the dc motors(rotor)- engineering because of avoiding collision between input magnetic field and induced magnetic field -back emf.. but..we need to think about THIS:
Anytime we have: copper-pm magnets topology,we will ALWAYS have magnetic drag because of counter mag. field induced in copper wires when approach pm. magnets...so it mean that we do not have here an clear no back emf performance.
If we want to have better cop and even over-unity than we need to have no back emf performance at all and achieve PURE MAGNETIC COUPLING BETWEEN ROTOR AND STATOR without inducing any add. magnetic field.
So,an topology combination with copper and pm. magnets will NOT provide pure magnetic coupling without induced back emf performance in copper wires!!
Now what to do..?
Or we need to change topology and replace pm. magn. stator- with pure electromagnet-(copper and soft iron ),
or to replace rotor with pure soft iron with no magnetic memory(no steel)!!
Any other combination leads to induce add. magnetic field,dragging and back emf performance between rotor and stator!!!
In pure magnetic topology there is not INCREASING amps draw when is motor shaft on load-just slowing down but INPUT POWER STAY THE SAME!!!!!
The output power will depend only from the magnetic power coupling from the stator electromagnets(how thy are strong) and how close is iron rotor(or asymmetric copper rotor) to the stator!!!
So,in such topology WITHOUT PERMANENT MAGNETS- we will have with this asymmetric rotor mode:
asymmetrically wounded copper rotor and copper stator.
All what we need is properly pulse on/off stator and rotor and have pure magnetic coupling without induced back emf what is the case with pm magnets,or :
we can replace copper rotor with pure soft iron rotor and have also pure magnetic coupling.
Additionally we can always in this topology collect even 90% of collapsing magn. field energy from the stator electromagnets with well known diode plug fashion and ALL POWER FROM THE SHAFT WILL BE FOR FREE WITHOUT AFFECTING INPUT POWER ON LOAD!!
That is my opinion.
waterfall
07-17-2012, 07:27 AM
 Farmhand Senior Member Join Date: Jun 2010 Location: Australia Posts: 3,067
Quote:
 Originally Posted by Ufopolitics [IMG][/IMG]
This diagram doesn't show any efficiency measurement at all. There is no power
output at all, so it's all loss, just measure the input power and that is the loss there.

To determine efficiency you need a measurement of input "power" and a
measurement of "intended" or "wanted" output "power" then divide the output
power by the input power and multiply the result by 100 to get a percentage.
But without a load there is no output so all the input is a loss.

Cheers
07-17-2012, 07:43 AM
 Ufopolitics Senior Member Join Date: Feb 2012 Location: US, Florida Posts: 2,081

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Farmhand This diagram doesn't show any efficiency measurement at all. There is no power output at all, so it's all loss, just measure the input power and that is the loss there. To determine efficiency you need a measurement of input "power" and a measurement of "intended" or "wanted" output "power" then divide the output power by the input power and multiply the result by 100 to get a percentage. But without a load there is no output so all the input is a loss. Cheers

Hello Farmhand,

How are you?...fine?

Great...You Farmhand do not change...Man!!

The thing is...

I know exactly what Efficiency is...
What everything is...but
beyond just that...I've got the proof it works...no matter what anyone here says...
Real working models man...did you see my video?

here take a look since you are here...pls do not miss it...I dedicate it to you...serious...I mention you there Farmhand...turn volume up...

but later on I would have another one...see if you could "debunk it"...

And yes, I imagine it first, design it make it work in my head...then build it and it works at first shot...do you?

Keep your "optimistic mind as always"...you will really get far...very...

Many regards

Ufopolitics
07-17-2012, 08:03 AM
 lamare Senior Member Join Date: Oct 2008 Posts: 1,171
Quote:
 Originally Posted by Farmhand This diagram doesn't show any efficiency measurement at all. There is no power output at all, so it's all loss, just measure the input power and that is the loss there. To determine efficiency you need a measurement of input "power" and a measurement of "intended" or "wanted" output "power" then divide the output power by the input power and multiply the result by 100 to get a percentage. But without a load there is no output so all the input is a loss. Cheers
I'm afraid I have to agree with Farmhand on this one. I think I am beginning to understand the principles on how this stuff works and why it can be COP>1 (see Gray thread: Gray Tube Replication ).

I think the gain is to be found primarily in the magnetics and not in the electric part of the circuit, although it appears to be possible to introduce some asymmetry over there also. I think one can use (relatively) high voltage pulsed discharging in order to create a strong magnetic field, which is contained and stabilized by the core (an extrapolation form Leedskalnin's experiment), and then use the generator brushes in order to capture the BEMF. Since the power of the magnetic field is determined primarily by the amount of current fed into the coil and a closed-loop iron core can apparently amplify and stabilize such a magnetic field, one might be able to reach a COP>1 on the electric side as well.

So, I see a lot of potential in this design and I am very grateful for Ufo to have published this. We can all make replications for very little money and do our own measurements. So, I see Ufo's disclosure as a gift, which enables me to study and enhance my understanding.

So, may be it's a better idea to start new threads for discussing measurement methods and for discussing the theory (perhaps the theory can be discussed on the Gray thread, since it appears to connect).

That may be much more fruitful.
07-17-2012, 08:16 AM
 Lidmotor Senior Member Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 1,001
Dollar store motor

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 Originally Posted by b_rads Maybe I can clear up what my test was about. The little battery fan motor from the dollar store is about as cheaply made as you can get. The brushes are very thin gage copper foil, certainly not made for 1.5 amps. I used the higher power as it showed exaggerated differences between the motors. Comparing unmodified to modified motors is comparing apples to oranges, but does give expected baseline results to compare with. Retested with new unmodified motor and modified motor with new brush cap. The unmodified results: 2.6 Volts unloaded (2 AA batteries) ran the motor at 2 volts and 220mA for 0.44 watts. The modified ran at 1.5 volts and 280mA for 0.42 watts. Putting ground to the case does act like a resistor dropping the voltage. For this I got higher RPM’s (approx 700) plus generator output – enough to light an LED. Using the 2 AA batteries, I do not see any abnormal wearing of the brushes nor could I tell that the motor was running hotter. I will be attempting the slip-ring method on a better motor next to confirm the results I saw in this test. All in All, this test did confirm that the motor did run more efficiently, at higher RPM’s, and with generator output as a bonus. Brad S
I replicated your little dollar store slip-ring motor today. I have the Radio Shack motors but I wanted to try your approach first. The RS motor is actually a very hard build for me and I don't know if I will even attempt it. It is not really a kitchen table project. Your little "slip-ring" three pole motor from the dollar store IS doable by almost anyone. My store was out of the fans but I found the same motor in an electric toothbrush. I used the same wire that the motor came with by carefully unwinding it. Thanks for the excellent video on how to make the motor modification. I am discovering many wondorous things with just this newbie starter motor. My "Penny" oscillator runs off the generator part great.

@UFO
This is a facinating thread and you have the attention of many people. Thanks for sharing what you know.

Lidmotor
07-17-2012, 08:16 AM
 Ufopolitics Senior Member Join Date: Feb 2012 Location: US, Florida Posts: 2,081
So that is great I got both of you guys here...

Hello Lamare, hello Farmhand...

And Hello to all...

Well, I am just going to throw out there for you guys very simple questions...
Then You tell me...

Finally...does any Inductor, coil of magnetic wire...wrapped up on anything except steel..., lets say a piece of plastic...fiberglass..
If I pulse it ...collapse the field right?
Now the question for you BOTH, Lamare and Farmhand...

DOES THE INDUCTOR FINALLY CHANGES ITS MAGNETIC POLARITY WHEN I PULSE IT?

I want straight YES/NO...really do not want to hear any more Physics Explanations...kind of tired of them all...

I just need that answer...if possible...so I could close my "loop"

tonight

Regards
07-17-2012, 10:10 AM
 redrichie Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2009 Posts: 346
UFO,
You said you were friends or at least speak with Romero. Is this what he did at first when he said he rewound a turnigy motor to attach to his generator? Not stating validity of Romero device since he himself claimed it was a hoax. (Still undecided). Just wondering Bout that turnigy hobby motor.
07-17-2012, 11:17 AM
 John_K Senior Member Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 515
Quote:
 Originally Posted by minoly But JB is using this in an entirely different way than you are here UFO. Your way is producing usable power/torque.
So what is JB's way producing if it is not producing power/torque Patrick?

John K.
07-17-2012, 11:27 AM
 Matthew Jones Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: North Carolina, USA Posts: 1,836
Quote:
 Originally Posted by John_K So what is JB's way producing if it is not producing power/torque Patrick? John K.
He doesn't know John, he just want to sound like he does. Bunch of Mumble....LOL

Matt
07-17-2012, 12:00 PM
 Matthew Jones Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: North Carolina, USA Posts: 1,836
Quote:
 Originally Posted by minoly Wow! Matt with the ideas speaks again. How's that 3bgs coming along.
Its coming along good had to make few changes though, that happens in course of development. Wouldn't expect you to understand though, its a different game when all you do is copy people's work, but then again your not capable of that are you?. LOL

Just some mumble from minoly.

Cheers
Matt
07-17-2012, 12:21 PM
 torpex Senior Member Join Date: Mar 2008 Location: Spain Posts: 113
Hi all

@citfta
I agree with you.
Your exposition is clear, accurate and with exquisite education.

If the tests are wrong in the approach then lead to erroneous conclusions. I fear this may be the explanation.

What are the facts?

DiD --> Data is Data, not explain thories with puzzled answers.

What are the Amps? Can be difficult read Amps then we must design the experiment to talk about work/power. But work/power input versus work/power output.

If we modify one original 700w motor.This does not mean that the modified motor produce the 700w. Can be more or less. Again, we need tests.

Can be self-sustaining?
Which is the response curve with load/work?

Many questions ... LOL

Hopefully become clearer to all the doubts.

07-17-2012, 12:27 PM
 Netica Member Join Date: Jan 2009 Posts: 89
Hi Ufo.

As best as I can see, when looking at the 5 pole motor, it seems that one of the 5 poles segments is energized both north and south at the same time, when the brushes are touching 2 segments of the commutator at the same time. The more worn in the brushes are, the longer it will last. Its at the time the pole passes the middle of the magnet.

|o|N|N|S|S|
|N|N|S|S|o|
...... /\.......

Will this effect the way the energy is passed on to the output brushes through the coasting stage.

Thanks netica

Last edited by Netica : 07-17-2012 at 12:29 PM.
07-17-2012, 12:31 PM
 DadHav Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2008 Posts: 167
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 Originally Posted by minoly Thanks Bobo, It could be that or as Dadhav points out, it could also be the combination of magnets I used I'm anxious to get the generator part working. it might have to wait for the weekend... I have thoughts of building my own stator where the cores are paramagnetic and not connected to each other at the center. the big thing I like here is the lack of sparks which tells me spiky is being used. So JB sends spikey to a negative resistor, and UFO controls spikey on the fly like a lion tamer
Pat, I'm glad you didn't take my comment the wrong way, I'm only trying to help by keeping things real. UFO is lucky to have someone with your ambition interested in his project. Ha, you know better than anyone how testy I can get when I don't to get the answers I'm looking for. I don't know about you but I would be delirious if I could just add to the flight time on my models. You know where to reach me if you want to shoot the breeze about something.
John H.
07-17-2012, 12:40 PM
 DadHav Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2008 Posts: 167
Quote:
That's some pretty heavy thinking there dude. There's something I might add to your thoughts. Changing the way the eddy currents travel in your motor could be an all new ball game. Using different materials as you mention in the proper combination could be as important as a new winding. I've experimented with this and have videos to post when I get to it. My first modification changed an Aero motor from a 900 KV to 1050 and reduced the current consumption by 10%
John H.
07-17-2012, 12:40 PM
 redrichie Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2009 Posts: 346
@ Mathew I don't feel patricks statement was a dig at JB was it? Didn't he have sooo many videos showing his work on the ssg? I don't think saying has no torque is a dig seeing as how its an energizer and not a torque motor. Even john has said that. s far as I have seend hasn't minoly posted more success in the ssg field than anyone I have seen? But I digress, will both of you please refrain from posting whatever Animosity both of you have toward each other to a different place. BOTH of you are replicating someone else's work in THIS thread. So none of these comments are relevant here. Correct?
07-17-2012, 12:46 PM
 Turion Senior Member Join Date: Nov 2009 Posts: 960
I see everybody going back and forth on this setup about what can be measured and how it can or can't be measured. We cannot measure the volume of water in the ocean or the wind in the sky. This is true, and who cares. If I can't harness the air in the sky or the water in the ocean to do WORK, what good are they? (for that purpose anyway) The wind can blow and the waves can crash, and that runs no lights in my house nor does it move my car down the road. So who CARES how much "radiant energy" a system puts out if you can't harness it to do work? It is the same thing. And I guarantee you that if you harness something to do WORK, that work CAN be measured. That is what I am doing with my testing...measuring the WORK this system can do compared to the WORK a standard setup can do vs the resources used to DO that work. Any other kind of testing is meaningless as far as I am aware. If the motor spins faster and has more torque for LESS AMPS at the same voltage, I would say we have a winner. The noise it makes, the speed it rotates, the bright lights and pretty sparks...none of it mean anything. Work is work...data is data. I will have the answers that are meaningful to me very soon. Come on guys, lets put together the data that is meaningful.

I can measure the voltage and amp draw of the standard motor. I can measure the voltage and amp draw of the modified motor. I can measure the voltage and amp draw of the light hooked to the generator that is attached to the standard motor. I can measure the voltage and amp draw of the light hooked to the generator that is attached to the modified motor. And I can measure the amp draw and voltage going to the small 18 volt motor I am going to connect to the voltage output of the modified motor. If the two outputs total in watts to greater than the input total watts, I feel like that's pretty conclusive. Here is the data from my test on a standard motor connected to a standard motor as a generator, with that generator connected to a light. If anybody has a finished modified motor, connect it shaft to shaft (using the inside piece of a Bic pen and a little super glue) to a standard motor and attach the same bulb I specced out (available at most auto parts stores) and see what the voltage and amp draw of the modified motor is....then compare.

With the motor connected to another motor it showed 12,204 RPM
at .82 amps running on 12.3 volts
The output of the second motor (used as a generator, under the load of the bulb) was 7.2 volts at .7 amps lighting a Sylvania 211-2 Bulb rated at 12.8 volts 12.4 watts
When that bulb was connected as load, the RPMs of the motor decreased to 10,200 at 1.4 amps and 12.3 volts.

So. The basic motor with a second motor attached runs on 10.08 watts
under load (with light connected to generator) it runs on 17.08 watts while producing 5.04 watts.
Can we all agree that this is an accurate method for determining what the motor is producing? Because these are the standards of measurement I will be using when I test the converted motor.

If I can get the same or greater output on the generator at significantly less amp draw on the modified motor than the standard motor, that would be a winner too. There ARE ways to measure what something will DO even if you can't measure the something itself.

I have had some problems with my modified motor. My commutator sections are straight across from each other, show connections to each other, and show no short to other sections or the body of the rotor, but when I put it in the housing and rotate it, I have significant sections of the rotation where there is no contact with the brushes. I rotate one brush housing slowly to see if I can resolve that problem and it doesn't help. If I can't resolve it soon I will give up and build another motor. I'm beginning to wonder if I have gotten something on my commutator that prevents solid contact by the brushes. I will be spending the morning figuring it out as best I can and then building another motor if I have to.

Dave

Last edited by Turion : 07-17-2012 at 01:30 PM.
07-17-2012, 01:10 PM
 prochiro Senior Member Join Date: Jun 2011 Posts: 419
Dave

Hi Dave
I have built many of these new motors now and in one, had the same problem. I found that you will burn up the motor if you try to resolve this problem with power hooked up. I put the shaft in a lathe and held the motor from spinning, then ran the lathe on medium speed for an hour or so to set the brushes and correct any commutator faults. It worked.
Dana
07-17-2012, 01:33 PM
 Turion Senior Member Join Date: Nov 2009 Posts: 960
I don't have a lathe, but I can put the motor in a clamp to keep it from spinning and stick the shaft in my variable speed drill to spin it. I'll give that a try. Thanks a BUNCH for that idea.

Dave
07-17-2012, 01:39 PM
 DadHav Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2008 Posts: 167
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 Originally Posted by Turion Finished all the testing on the standard motor setup. Radio Shack model 273-257 9-18 volt DC motor 1.98 Amps max With the motor connected to another motor it showed 12,204 RPM at .82 amps running on 12.3 volts The output of the second motor (under the load of the bulb) was 7.2 volts at .7 amps lighting a Sylvania 211-2 Bulb rated at 12.8 volts 12.4 watts When that bulb was connected as load, the RPMs of the motor decreased to 10,200 at 1.4 amps and 12.3 volts. So. The basic motor with a second motor attached runs on 10.08 watts under load (with light connected to generator) it runs on 17.08 watts while producing 5.04 watts. Can we all agree that this is an accurate method for determining what the motor is producing? Because these are the standards of measurement I will be using when I test the converted motor. The conversion motor showed 14,462 RPM's but when I went to check the amp draw, I got some really irregular readings. I disassembled the motor and discovered that my second commutator had rotated slightly on the shaft, so I have they epoxy drying now, and will post the data when I have a chance to run it again, which may not be until the morning. Meanwhile, I will be assembling another motor and generator. I can say for sure that the RPM's of the motor are higher than the standard motor. Just the facts ma'am. Sorry I don't have ALL the data to report, but this is the kinda crap you live with doing this stuff, and I am pretty careful about making sure things are working correctly before reporting incorrect data. Dave
Dave I previously posted a link to a video testing one RS motor Running a second as a generator. I think I posted it for you and the few other who ran similar tests with the modified motor. Anyway I think I posted a bad link. This shows how much more current it takes to light the bulbs from the generator instead of connecting direct.
John H
07-17-2012, 01:45 PM
 DadHav Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2008 Posts: 167
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 Originally Posted by Ufopolitics Hello Farmhand, How are you?...fine? Great...You Farmhand do not change...Man!! The thing is... I know exactly what Efficiency is... What everything is...but beyond just that...I've got the proof it works...no matter what anyone here says... Real working models man...did you see my video? here take a look since you are here...pls do not miss it...I dedicate it to you...serious...I mention you there Farmhand...turn volume up... 20090823173537 - YouTube but later on I would have another one...see if you could "debunk it"... And yes, I imagine it first, design it make it work in my head...then build it and it works at first shot...do you? Keep your "optimistic mind as always"...you will really get far...very... Many regards Ufopolitics
UFO. I'm sure you are a good man and very passionate about what you are doing but There's something I think you should do and get this all over with. First, LarryCross addressed this video very well as it applies to the current density of a LiPo. But theres more, there is nothing to compare your results with. You have no amp meter on the input. You have never made a torque measurement anywhere. Pressing a pair of pliers against the shaft is not a torque measurement. You have never put a load on the motor and analyzed the watt draw. You refer everyone to Lindenmann as it pertains to testing a motor but you have never used his method yourself. A little bit of honest testing would go a long way here and stop all this bickering. I would be the first to throw my hat in the ring. I would be happy just to see an increase in efficiency so I can extend the flight time on my model airplanes and drones. Changing the world can be up to you and the people who would like to do that. Personally I wouldn't care to be a part of the Social Economic disaster it would cause world wide. Thousands of people will be out of work if the invention wasn't presented in a way that it could be absorbed into the economic structure. You certainly would have more than the MIB to worry about. Did you ever talk to a professor of economics at a university. I did. Incidentally there are some here that if they modify a motor it does change from a Corvair to a Corvette. So far what I see is the only reason there is an argument on this forum is because you haven't properly tested your motor. Changing the world is an ambitious goal but before that happens someone has to have an original motor and a modified one on a work bench and there has to be load tests, watt meter readings and results that would be staggering. By the way I think Lind's method of checking torque is old fashioned and clumsy.
John H.
07-17-2012, 01:56 PM
 erfinder Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2007 Posts: 113
Truth be told this setup is old!

INTERUPTION......PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT......

This technique dates back to Tesla, would be nice to hear that repeated form time to time. Would be nice to see what was learned from the source instead of this ranting and raving....I have yet to see anything new or improved. The method under display was perfected to an extremely high degree by Tesla, where is the info on what he did? I mean this Tesla tech.....Right...?

Apparatus and method of conversion.jpg

Then theres that one guy...whats his name...Robert W. Alexander. In 1975 he got a patent 3913004.pdf granted for this same topology....check the attachment if you are interested. Same damn topology...my question to you is, in light of this, why are you teaching people or better directing the researchers here to "Frankenstein" perfectly good motors?

Refering to the attached images, you will find that these motors,

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these things, the dual commutator devices you are trying to get people to build ALREADY EXIST and have since Tesla's time!!! Guys and gals, please do your homework, save yourself a boat load of trouble with fabricating. If you really want to work in this direction, study the attached patent, and find yourself a few of those old DYNAMOTORS and tear them apart and rewire them! Or....ignore me and continue working on your frankenstein motors! The true potential of this direction is in that patent, and in the information Tesla left regarding it this special topology, not in what you are being sold....my opinion...not subject to change any time soon..

This stuff is old and I'm tired of seeing hard working, serious researchers singing and dancing to this tune. Where in the hell are all the real questions? Why is no one challenging this confused mess. Some are and I truely applaud you! Keep asking those questions, one day they will get answered, by someone else...a competent authority, if we are lucky.

There is nothing wrong with established science, other than the fact that is one sided. Science as its taught is complete in its onesidedness..... what I'm seeing here is a guy who has cloned that one sidedness? So now we simply have way more of the same....not good in my book.

Be careful with going with the sacred geometry...you reintroduce symetry...but you knew that...right....how does asymetry apply to your topology?

anyway..

Fellow researchers, the anwsers are right in front of us. How can we formulate the right questions if we're caught in the following the leader spiral.....

Some leaders have provided all we have been searching for, real working technology that is ready right now, however, for whatever reason, the information wasn't released in a format that the layman (us) could do anything with.

The following is to be taken as an example only...maybe...

That being said.....the school girl is more that just a battery charger. Some of you know that. Radiant energy....Why in the hell is it limited to one side of the conductor?????? Isn't the magnetic field generated by the entire coil? Hmmmmm.....somethings missing.....and you have found it when you find the second spike, the spike which charges the supply like the spike you generate now charges the second battery.....

Ignore everything in this post except the patent and the images of the motors! Or ignore that too....its up to you.

Regards

Last edited by erfinder : 07-17-2012 at 02:05 PM.
07-17-2012, 02:16 PM
 Les_K Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2010 Posts: 190
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 Originally Posted by Turion I see everybody going back and forth on this setup about what can be measured and how it can or can't be measured. We cannot measure the volume of water in the ocean or the wind in the sky. This is true, and who cares. If I can't harness the air in the sky or the water in the ocean to do WORK, what good are they? (for that purpose anyway) The wind can blow and the waves can crash, and that runs no lights in my house nor does it move my car down the road. So who CARES how much "radiant energy" a system puts out if you can't harness it to do work? It is the same thing. And I guarantee you that if you harness something to do WORK, that work CAN be measured. That is what I am doing with my testing...measuring the WORK this system can do compared to the WORK a standard setup can do vs the resources used to DO that work. Any other kind of testing is meaningless as far as I am aware. If the motor spins faster and has more torque for LESS AMPS at the same voltage, I would say we have a winner. The noise it makes, the speed it rotates, the bright lights and pretty sparks...none of it mean anything. Work is work...data is data. I will have the answers that are meaningful to me very soon. Come on guys, lets put together the data that is meaningful. I can measure the voltage and amp draw of the standard motor. I can measure the voltage and amp draw of the modified motor. I can measure the voltage and amp draw of the light hooked to the generator that is attached to the standard motor. I can measure the voltage and amp draw of the light hooked to the generator that is attached to the modified motor. And I can measure the amp draw and voltage going to the small 18 volt motor I am going to connect to the voltage output of the modified motor. If the two outputs total in watts to greater than the input total watts, I feel like that's pretty conclusive. Here is the data from my test on a standard motor connected to a standard motor as a generator, with that generator connected to a light. If anybody has a finished modified motor, connect it shaft to shaft (using the inside piece of a Bic pen and a little super glue) to a standard motor and attach the same bulb I specced out (available at most auto parts stores) and see what the voltage and amp draw of the modified motor is....then compare. With the motor connected to another motor it showed 12,204 RPM at .82 amps running on 12.3 volts The output of the second motor (used as a generator, under the load of the bulb) was 7.2 volts at .7 amps lighting a Sylvania 211-2 Bulb rated at 12.8 volts 12.4 watts When that bulb was connected as load, the RPMs of the motor decreased to 10,200 at 1.4 amps and 12.3 volts. So. The basic motor with a second motor attached runs on 10.08 watts under load (with light connected to generator) it runs on 17.08 watts while producing 5.04 watts. Can we all agree that this is an accurate method for determining what the motor is producing? Because these are the standards of measurement I will be using when I test the converted motor. If I can get the same or greater output on the generator at significantly less amp draw on the modified motor than the standard motor, that would be a winner too. There ARE ways to measure what something will DO even if you can't measure the something itself. I have had some problems with my modified motor. My commutator sections are straight across from each other, show connections to each other, and show no short to other sections or the body of the rotor, but when I put it in the housing and rotate it, I have significant sections of the rotation where there is no contact with the brushes. I rotate one brush housing slowly to see if I can resolve that problem and it doesn't help. If I can't resolve it soon I will give up and build another motor. I'm beginning to wonder if I have gotten something on my commutator that prevents solid contact by the brushes. I will be spending the morning figuring it out as best I can and then building another motor if I have to. Dave
Turion,
Thank you... This is good scientific discovery. All the opinions need to go.
UFO has graciously given his Ideas. All we need to do is experiment and see for ourselves one way or the other. I haven't talked much as I have nothing to contribute until I can do a legitimate and reasonable test.

DadHav you could have this done in an hour... and better than anyone here.

@all This is really fun stuff. It is no different than building a model airplane, we should all just build it, have some fun in the process, and if it flies and UFO is correct all the better.....

UFO, I have been wondering about The Brushless motors used in the R/C world, once we get through these basics do you have something on that subject to share? Don't want to jump ahead to soon so I can wait if needed.

Les

Les
07-17-2012, 02:29 PM
 waterfall Junior Member Join Date: Jul 2012 Posts: 10
Quote:
 Originally Posted by DadHav That's some pretty heavy thinking there dude. There's something I might add to your thoughts. Changing the way the eddy currents travel in your motor could be an all new ball game. Using different materials as you mention in the proper combination could be as important as a new winding. I've experimented with this and have videos to post when I get to it. My first modification changed an Aero motor from a 900 KV to 1050 and reduced the current consumption by 10% John H.
Hi John

""That's some pretty heavy thinking there dude.""

Yeah..i know..but is it not exactly that what you are looking for here?
Are you not tired of chasing your own tail in this boring fe game?
How long you are in this?
Heavy thinking is what we need here.
Tesla said that one is for sure.He don't know what energy is!!
We all need new approach and new experience.That`s for sure!
RGDS
Waterfall
07-17-2012, 02:32 PM
 bbem Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2011 Posts: 103
@Ufo,
The Trolls and preachers have finally found you.
Ask your professor what to do about the financial crisis and who did caused it, and who needs to pay for it.
@Erfinder,
Ufo stated more then often that is was a Nikola Tesla invention.
You have a very negative attitude.

Bert

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07-17-2012, 02:33 PM
 phrao Junior Member Join Date: May 2012 Posts: 10
Not the same

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the patient you post is not the same as UFO's.

Just compare the patient to UFO's drawings and they are not the same. There are two coils in the patient. One coil terminating both ends to one commutator and the other coil terminating both ends to the other commutator. UFO has two coils in series, one end terminating onto one commutator and the other end to the other commutator.

Very different.

i can't wait till UFO has married up all his threads. that where i think he is taking all of us. i'll build my motor on the weekend, i have all the parts ready to go.
07-17-2012, 02:33 PM
 gene gene Senior Member Join Date: Jun 2008 Location: Northern Wisconsin Posts: 190
First time builder

Hi all,
I first would like to thank especially UFO & everyone here for sharing of their work on replications. I will be attempting a build myself, but I have little electrical knowledge and hope you all will be patient with my questions.
I have 2 of the radio shack 273-256 motors for my first build, if I ruin one they will have more in on Friday.
I do not know the math's and hope to focus only on amps in and power out.
I have in mind a simple home made brake that I will use to test before and after motor modifications.
My first question is, can I use my radio shack 12V*500mA AC-to-DC power adapter as a power source? I can always use batteries latter, just hoping to reduce variables in source for testing.
Thanks, Gene
07-17-2012, 02:33 PM
 Bob Smith Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2007 Posts: 235
Thanks for 3 Pole Troubleshooting

Hi UFO and Dana,
Thanks for the 3 pole motor troubleshooting. No humming in the motor when connected. I think the problem might be the quality of the brushes. I've got 2 nice 3-pole motors from an electric side-view car mirror. Will try and work with them today (if the missus will let me . Will keep you posted, and thanks for your help.
Bob