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Old 08-24-2015, 09:04 PM
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When you watch Doug's demonstration video, notice how he has these huge sparks in his motor. The VAER Motor eliminates the sparks, being inspired by Imhotep's Relay Charger and E.V. Gray's EMA motor's use of repulsive rotor and stator coils.
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Right.

When you watch Doug's demonstration video, notice how he has these huge sparks in his motor. The VAER Motor eliminates the sparks, being inspired by Imhotep's Relay Charger and E.V. Gray's EMA motor's use of repulsive rotor and stator coils.
How did you manger to test the idea? Just kidding. So your 3 rotor coils

have 2 brushes and the 3 stationary coils have 2 brushes.

Babcock said himself that using the mechanical switching is how he

learned and then after years of trying to imitate them electronically

he has his OU switching down pat.


There are many examples all around the web. What use to be a secret

is now becoming well known.
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How did you manger to test the idea?
I built an Imhotep Relay Charger. When the charge battery was removed, the relay contacts sparked.

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So your 3 rotor coils have 2 brushes and the 3 stationary coils have 2 brushes.
There is one commutator and one commutator brush.

Two slip rings and two slip ring brushes.

One rotor disc. One armature shaft.

Two bearing housings.

One base.

Three rotor coils and three stator coils.

One stator-housing assembly.

Etc.

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Stage One (as seen above).



Stage Two (as seen above).

Description of Operation

From negative terminal of the source battery to the external terminal of the commutator brush, an electrical connection is made in the commutator at TDC (top dead center) or zero degrees, and again at one hundred and twenty degrees, and again at two hundred and forty degrees. These angles correspond to the positioning of the rotor coils when they align to counteract against their respective stator coils. When there is an electrical connection at those three commutator angles, thrust is produced between the rotor coils and the stator coils, and as a result, the rotor spins.

When the commutator aligns at TDC, 120 and 240 degrees, an electrical connection is made and current (in terms of electron flow) is delivered to the group of rotor coils in series via the first slip ring. Current (in terms of electron flow) continues from the last rotor coil in series and exits from the second slip ring and continues to the group of stator coils in series and then continues to the positive terminal of the source batter.

After the commutator rotates past TDC (also past 120 and 240 degrees), the electrical connection is terminated. Flyback current (in terms of electron flow) is pulled from the positive terminal of the charge battery past the blocking diode, past the first slip ring, through the rotor coils in series, past the second slip ring, through the stator coils in series, and then to the negative terminal of the charge battery, resulting in charging the charge battery.


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Babcock said himself that using the mechanical switching is how he learned and then after years of trying to imitate them electronically he has his OU switching down pat.

There are many examples all around the web. What use to be a secret is now becoming well known.
Agreed, yet what I have shown is what it is.
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