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Old 07-07-2019, 11:02 AM
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An "H" bridge and cross wired coils would alternate a 5 x horseshoe field from side to side.

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Oscillator

Here's a Halbach oscillator with two additional stationary arrays, one on each end in repulsion, connected to each other. This could drive twin Kundel rotors, run by "H" bridge limit switches and return BEMF to source. Monopole oscillators attract the opposite side back like this Halbach design as well as repel.

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Old 07-08-2019, 09:46 AM
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OU Theory.

2 tiny coils trigger 40 magnets of force per cycle. The coils only equal the force of 2 permanent magnets.

What's the cop? Quick finger math tells us the COP is 20 times Overunity!
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12 volt electro-magnet relay coil.



3/4 inch n52's. With a high enough amperage the electromagnet can develop a significantly stronger magnetic field than a permanent magnet.

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Re: Solid State Generator via Electromagnets + Halbach Array
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Picture a Hallbach array sandwiched between two rotor wheels with staggered iron cleats attached along the edge of each of the insides, above and below. Activating the second and fourth electro magnet would make the Hallbach magnetic field shift from side to side with double the strength, attracting first the overhead then the staggered rotor cleat beneath; like the Art Porter design, a different coil assisted magnet motor, with a five to one pay off, strength doubling on each side! The Tesla bifilar high volatge magnet coil is wraped exactly like a Joule Thief, two wires three ends. The beginning of one wire attached to the end of the other. Twice the magnetic strength of a single wrap solenoid for the same wire length and input!

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Old 07-09-2019, 11:56 AM
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2/5's of the power stator's force comes from the electro-magnet coils. matched by 5/5's of pm force, 8/5's of the total force costs 2/5's in input. this would lower the cop to 4.

Twice the magnetic strength of a single wrap solenoid for the same wire length and input! turned out to be mistaken. proved to be the same.

4 throat depressors or popsicle sticks and rubber bands can form a solid, quick and dirty, planer halbach array form.
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rectangular core halbach array electro-magnet

Rectangular core Halbach electro-magnet. Packing square 3d printed coil forms with ferrite composite epoxy would improve the building process. These coils were designed as Halbach levitation bearings:

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Mechanical screw

Inserting half a screw thread collar in the core of the diametric tube magnet would permit a turnkey bolt to rotate it half way as it compressed. If the attraction force of the Halbach arrays were greater then the force the 2 diametrics would require to roll over, it might run as a mechanical perpetual motion machine; Only if those forces proved to be unequal.
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spiral and turnkey

Here's a video with the spiral and key kind of action:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7rny2aIwlw
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Old 07-10-2019, 06:50 PM
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3x force

tripling the stators may help;

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Old 07-10-2019, 08:54 PM
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Spring rotation delay.

The Permanent Magnet Oscillator needs a spring loading mechanism like the one in the video. The Diametric needs to remain in position then snap around like the wheel in this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjjv...DoZiCk&index=5
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Old 07-10-2019, 09:29 PM
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The moving stator is in the middle, 2 halbach arrays back to back. The stationary stators on the ends each have 2 diametrics apiece. Rods run through them and cock the springs behind where there is room for them: this design was hastily thought out and seriously flawed.

the spring gears can mount underneath the frame.

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upper and lower springs

4 screw key and spring wheels position over and under and connect to gears on both ends of the 2 rotating cylinders from each side.

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Rack and 2 diametric pinon gears.

The 3 tier array closes and the key turns the screw attached to the spring loaded wheel. this wheel stores the compression in the wheel springs. The wheel snaps the rack across the top of the 2 cylinder gears. There's a second rack wheel and two gears on the bottom.

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90 degrees

The stator array can turn 90 degrees so the diametric axis is on the perpendicular. A rack and pinion gear could turn the spring compression wheel from that angle. The arrays can be attracted or repelled by facing each other or at 90 degree angles and staggered like the leggo prototype.
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Old 07-20-2019, 12:47 AM
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Hallbach array.

Here's a hybrid Hallbach array from craft sticks and rubber bands:
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Old 07-20-2019, 06:18 PM
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Hallbach array.

A closet lock acts as a frame and collision bumper for the array stator. This design should be 10 times Art Porter's COP.
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Old 07-24-2019, 06:20 PM
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Prototype

Ampere's law can calculate the correct amount of amperage to equal the magnet strength with the inductance of the coil. A masking coil can double the strength of it's backing magnet with the equal strength amperage. The Halbach coil "Quintuples" it's equivilent strength when energized. Art Porter needs a masking pulse of opposite polarity to neutralize the attraction. The EM Hallbach projects zero field in the plane of attraction when denergized. So we get 5 times the amplified force and the neutralization for free. That adds up to 10 times Art's COP!

I just ordered 13 3/4" N52 cubes from K&M to complete the build. I'm back in Northern California, and the magnets should arrive in a few days. The prototype is a just a ""Quick and Dirty" test job that works fantastic and proof worthy for a major scale up, so here goes!
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Old 07-30-2019, 01:57 AM
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Hallbach array.

Magnets4less has the 13 N52 3/4" cubes for half price compared to K&M. I have a tracking number.
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Old 08-01-2019, 06:41 PM
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Here's the dirty 13😜
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Old 08-09-2019, 08:38 PM
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Hallbach array.

Look at the surface congruity:
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Old 08-10-2019, 02:52 PM
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1/2 Hallbach array.

This half a Hallbach array is hard to squeeze into the sides of the EM coil. A strong rubber band is necessary.

Consider the unique effect as far as the monopole "H" bridge oscillator is concerned; The North pole of the EM is amplified in both directions by a current reversal in the electro magnet!
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Old 08-11-2019, 03:55 PM
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Hallbach array.

Pressing magnets against the sides of any electro-magnet coil N pole repulsive, should produce the 1/2 Hallbach effect.
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Old 08-12-2019, 04:52 PM
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1/2 Hallbach array.

Pressing magnets in opposition against the sides of an electro-magnet should work much better then the relay coil. A 100 Newton cylindrical metal Case EM with ceramic magnets powerful enough to repel beyond the attraction to the ferrite.
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Old 08-13-2019, 08:52 PM
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Void109's Halbach transformer:
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Old 08-14-2019, 02:16 AM
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EM coil

Look at the power four coils could bring to coupled horseshoes:
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Old 08-15-2019, 04:07 PM
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Pontoon coils

The cantilevered EM coils permit the halbach cube to attach squarly to the central keeper with no wire wraps in the way. The Inductance multiplies and the field strength increases proportionally. The EM hybrid would slip sideways into the array and a second transformer stator would attach to the magnets from the other end.
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H core

This geometry quadruples the force, or quarters the input:
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