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Old 03-09-2017, 11:47 AM
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Distribution of force

Luc's talking about a 60% gain with his "Floor Force"; The "Magnet Piston" delivers at least 5 1/2 times that advantage:
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Old 03-18-2017, 10:23 PM
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Magnet shipment.

Folks, I'm sorry to report that my large magnet shipment from K&J was diverted to customs here in Costa Rica. My first magnet shipment was delivered to my P.O. box, but this one hit quicksand. Don't get your hopes up about seeing a working prototype any time soon. Deep regrets.

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Old 06-11-2017, 09:32 PM
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Shear magnet assistor.

Here's an illustration of a shear magnet assistor. The bottom shear magnet is cushioned by two opposing neo tubes; The center tube is attached to the overhead plate and has a connecting rod attached:

The shear magnet is attracted back into position, and is harder to push while it's seated. The two magnets on the bottom right are in repulsion and create enough pressure help to free the shear magnet:
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Old 06-11-2017, 10:43 PM
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Shear spring assist

A simple spring would work even better:
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Old 06-11-2017, 11:50 PM
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Linear bearings

The generator with it's four arms would lay flat on it's side. Slide bearings are very versatile and can help strengthen the project. The shear springs are necessary because the power ratio is disproportionate. Correct bearings and springs are all that's needed to turn this raw concept into a precision generator. It could build into a brief case.

I'm planning a new approach to recover my magnet shipment. This generator is the antidote for President Trump's disavowal of the "Paris climate accord".
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Old 06-12-2017, 12:57 PM
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Plastic slide bearings

These kinds of sliding tracks are much stronger and easier to use then those plastic tubes in the video design. The "Anchor magnet's" stationary, and a bit undersized placed between the two traveling track magnets on each side. The anchor magnet needs to be fastened to the track. The yellow track runners need to be connected perhaps by throat depressors glued to the sides:

This design is fiendishly simple once it's understood! Block magnets would sit better on the kind of platform pictured below. The central "Anchor Magnet" needs to be around an 1/8 inch smaller. The shear trigger magnet is the same size as the sliding magnets.

A smaller second track on the perpendicular would carry the shear trigger and spring assembly. I discovered that the "trigger spring" is an essential feature from testing.

The attraction of the "Shear Magnet" to the bottom slider magnet cocks the mechanism. This locked magnet position needs the spring to help dislodge it.

The design has changed significantly with the addition of block magnets on a plastic slider and a trigger magnet spring! A much sturdier design, as the major force is on the central cubical "Anchor Magnet", firmly secured to the track, not a flimsy thin rod inside a neo tube center hole.
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Old 06-12-2017, 02:43 PM
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Track connection

The track can simply butt up against it's perpendicular partner and extend for the shear spring and traveler.

The bottom slider magnet simply needs to be positioned so it meets the end of the track:
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Old 06-12-2017, 09:36 PM
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Slide rail purchase.

The dimension of the block is in inch's. This one is exactly 1" square, perfect for a K&J N52 cube. This generator would be industrial strength with high durability! All non-magnetic materials, aluminum, ceramic coating and acrylic travelers: The major improvement over the tube design would be the firm permanent attachment of the central "Anchor Magnet".

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Old 06-12-2017, 09:59 PM
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Trigger gap and spring tension.

The spacing between the sheer magnet and the bottom magnet on the traveler would act as a critical adjustment along with the spring tension on the trigger magnet. These two variables will both be readily accessible for fine tuning, out in the open and easy to reach and control.

This generator has legitimate authenticity, and long lasting strength and dependability potential.
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Old 06-13-2017, 01:50 PM
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Threaded turnbuckle connectors.

I imagined a final refinement; Formerly I connected the two travelling magnets with wooden popsicle sticks on each side: Four threaded plastic coupling rods with two turnbuckles would add an additional adjustment to the design, and allow us to precisely control that spacing feature as well.

The generator needs just the right amount of attraction force between the trigger magnet and the bottom traveler magnet. The sheer to push pull strength is 3.33, but the throw of the trigger magnet is proportional to the attraction strength. The 1" cube needs to reduce attraction enough to travel at least the 1" to clear the adjacent traveler magnet, and plus it needs sufficient attraction strength to return it to it's starting position.

The attraction force to throw distance is an elastic kind of strength. Precise tuning is required to make it work. This gives us three adjustments.
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Old 06-13-2017, 06:33 PM
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Turnbuckle

Here's a picture to help visualize the kind of adjustable connectors I advised: This will permit us to adjust the distance between the top traveller magnet and the anchor magnet.
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Old 06-14-2017, 01:03 PM
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90 degree gear.

I invented this "Sheer to push pull" gear arrangement earlier in this thread; Now that the tube piston has transformed into the track platform, it's possible to run a reciprocating "Two banger" side by side with this kind of gear package: The spring tensioner and turnbuckle connectors would still be required.

The illustration in the middle below shows the basic "Push to Sheer" transition:

Naturally, the reciprocator would include an inverted twin. The bonus from this gear is the reduction factor, because a nested tooth on the inside can yield any combination, not just a 1:1. This can convert the long throw into a powerful short stroke.
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Old 06-14-2017, 07:26 PM
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Gear package loop.

I failed to connect the two pistons conceptually so far. It appears there's a flaw in this twin design because there's a mistake in the closure timing. I need more time to think through this gear assisted version.

I'm certain that if two tracks were laddered "L" fashion, one would propel the other. Just succeeding at one single exchange would defy the second law of thermodynamics, and set a high water mark in the progress of free energy generation.

A box arrangement may close this gear assisted loop. I really need to begin to assemble the generator and resume testing.
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Old 06-14-2017, 08:45 PM
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Box gears.

Getting one magnet track to fire a second would be tantamount to splitting the atom.

It would be simple to include a gear reduction combination to the spring tensioned trigger magnet on the box design.

The challenge is to tailor the throw distance to the power. The 3.33 ratio is real, but it may take both the gear combination and the spring tension to accomplish the power transfer.

It would be simple to add two racks and a twin gear to the slider rail between the top traveller magnet and the trigger magnet on the box design. This would give the mechanism the lag time it needs to reset the trigger magnets.
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Old 06-15-2017, 10:01 PM
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Linear reduction gear.

This gate lock is the closest I can come to illustrating the two tier pinion and rack gear combination. The slider rail has holes in it. The two tier pinion would rest on it and each magnet would have a different spaced gear rack attached one over the other on the same side:
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Old 06-16-2017, 07:32 PM
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Gear rack for increasing stroke.

I did a little more searching and came across this design:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvasE387M70
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Old 06-16-2017, 08:05 PM
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Rack and pinon mechanisem.

This " Twin rack and twin pinion" gear can shorten the stroke with the addition of a set of smaller gears and two additional racks on the top. This looks like a much stronger and better balanced system:

The trigger magnet only needs to move 1" while the piston magnets are moving 3". These gears will convert the power in the throw into the greater force needed to push the trigger:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uEGp...oZiCk&index=74
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Old 06-17-2017, 02:14 PM
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Overhead view

This is a schematic of the finished trigger mechanism for the "Slide Rail Box" model from above:

The central features are the stationary twin, two tier pinion gears and the four rack gears with the 3:1 ratio and the retraction spring tensioner on the far right:
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Old 06-17-2017, 07:15 PM
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Retraction spring.

The trigger magnet is tensioned by a retraction spring like pictured below: They attach to a block that fastens to the rail with a plastic tie down that can slide a little. They help the gears shear the magnet away from it's upper partner. This is the finishing touch on the design!
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Old 06-18-2017, 04:14 PM
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Rack gears

A 3:1 ratio would allow all 4 racks to be 3" in length: Look at the starting and finishing views below: The whole throw range would take up 5" of sliding rail. The retraction spring would be relaxed at the top of the final stroke.
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Old 06-18-2017, 11:01 PM
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Rack gears

Here's a five dollar gear assortment package from eBay:
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Old 06-19-2017, 10:55 AM
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Art Porter solid state GAP neutralization coil.

Substituting Art Porter's solid state GAP neutralization coil for the shear trigger magnet would increase the generator's efficiency on a vertical stack of sliding rail magnets, because Art's solid star GAP coil has tested as Overunity. Basically, the trigger magnet would be seated behind a coil wrapped ferrite core, like KeHYo's below, that neutralized the attraction when pulsed.

The magic of this arrangement is that Art's coil can recover it's own power pulse and return additional power too
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Old 06-19-2017, 12:23 PM
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Art's coil.

You would recover and double your input pulse if you held one of Art's neutralization coils to a speaker and pulsed it at 60 hertz.
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Old 06-19-2017, 03:49 PM
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Pintaro patent magnet switch

Here's a spark on and off magnet switch that would work with a ferrite plug at the base of the magnetic slide spring:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZzosuvfvE4
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Old 06-19-2017, 10:19 PM
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Art's coil.

43 percent of the pulse is input, 18 percent BEMF and he remainder 38 percent output: Notice the simple DPDT switch:
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Old 06-20-2017, 11:09 AM
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Attraction GAP

Place one of Art's coils where the trigger magnet is, we can turn the attraction off with a neutralization pulse instead of applying pounds of shear force on the trigger magnet.

Two DPDT switches would allow us to rock the SS GAP coil capacitors and run the coil for free.

Art's GAP power uses the repulsive effect to power his piston magnets. The "Gravity Piston" would use the attraction force of the permanent magnets to power it, the spring action of the piston would impart the motion to the mechanism, first drawing down then releasing the traveller magnets.

kEhYo uses a bifilar to collect this output power and achieves high R.P.M. So far he's failed to upload any conclusive OU evidence like Art.

Replicating a kEhYo's bifilar on the masking coil to channel output may eliminate the need for a DPDT throw switch.
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Old 06-21-2017, 11:52 AM
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GAP motor

Here's a picture of my GAP neutralization coil. on the left below: Pictured next is a twin magnet trigger, then the DPDT reed switch a capacitor and a diode:

The BEMF from the collapsing coil field is wasted between the 18% of switch throw the contacts are free. The power is generated by the reappearance of the magnetic field in the coil from the permanent magnet that the coil field chased away. This is a perpetual motion switch, and could run a magnet oscillated generator like the one under discussion.
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