Permanent Magnet Motor

I learned a couple of years ago about a motor developed by Nikolai Tesla that operates using neodymium magnets. If anyone has any information about this or other similar motors, please post information and help to save the earth from the evils of oil!

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erikb936 years ago
simple perpetual magnet motor design. put magnets in that order all facing one way and get a separate magnet and start repelling the other magnets for it to spin very simple.

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Galt erikb936 years ago
When you hear the term "pole" used in describing a motor it is referring to the magnetic fields that are usually switched on and off electrically in rapid sequence in an electric motor. This field switching creates a sort of magnetic wave cheer if you will, similar to what you might see spectators doing at a sporting event. The wave is what imparts movement to the shaft, or rotor, that passes through the center of the structure that supports the magnets, commonly referred to as the stator. This is the essence of how the high speed Maglev (magnetically levitated) trains are motivated.

This is not meant to be an all inclusive explanation but a simple one since there are differences between alternators and generators as well as examples of motors that have the role of stator and rotor reversed. Bucket Basher's example is also a helpful visualization.

Regardless of the construction issues of friction, gravity and mechanical efficiencies are always going to act to drag the motor to a halt if additional energy inputs are not continually added on top of that required to overcome the initial static inertia on start up.

Aside from the development of Alternating Current, the radio, particle beam weapon theory, and a polyphase energy transmission (how we get our electricity today) Tesla also worked extensively with harmonic frequencies and low frequency wireless energy transmission (the Tesla Effect). He demonstrated an example of his wireless electrical transmission over one hundred years ago.

If we consider the implications of Tesla's A.C. current in relation to his identification of naturally occurring mediums and frequency waves that possessed and could transmit energy, the next step - to an engine that appeared in fiction years later - seems quite feasible. That engine was mentioned in the novel Atlas Shrugged in the late 1950's.

Ayn Rand's hero, John Galt, in the story is an engineer who designs an engine that is said to gather static electricity from the atmosphere, concentrate it and channel it into transmission wires. Not too far removed from what Nikolai Tesla was working toward about a hundred years ago.

Ideas for perpetual motion devices have been around since before da Vinci's time and they have all been shown to be physically impossible. Maybe someday Galt's engine will be built and actually become the engine of the world.

grillge Galt4 years ago
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You are so right! An animated GIF can certainly be constructed to look like perpetual motion. Well done!
Very simple, and very wrong. But hey, thanks for playing!

What a site!

What isn't unsubstantiated woo-woo is paranoid conspiracy theory.

I have a theory that by combining a well made Ecklin-Brown generator with some kind of EV, you would be able to not only charge the battery(ies), but also provide ample amounts of power for when needing an extra boost. up hill or accelerating.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBbKOVGZ6Rw seems to indicate that with greater loads the resistance drops..............

Scientifically, that's not a theory. It would be more accurate to refer to any of the devices on f-e-i as badly-researched science fantasy.
grillge Kiteman4 years ago
This has room for improvement by adding more spring loaded magnets to the outside.
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Kiteman grillge4 years ago
A looped gif animation is not evidence of free energy - I've looked at the site, and I see no evidence at all that the "motor" works as the animation implies.

Can you see where this video from the site fails?


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