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portable green power source not involving wind or solar

Imagine if you will a series of rare earth magnets facing polarity north outward arranged in a concentric circle. [to form a rotor] then in the armature a series of coils inter acting with the north fields from the rotor. Obviously these coils would produce a pulsating dc equal and opposite to the north poles apply this charge through a capacitor/condensor, in effect twisting the reactions to a north charge. This accumulated charge could be released to electric magnets also strategically placed with in the armature. Using a series of magnetic pickup coils timing could be instilled accounting for phase shift to increase speed and torque. at some point harmonic resonate frequency and friction would allow rpms. to accumulate to around 10,000 rpm. employing a fluid coupling/transmission to the motor shaft would account for load variations.This motor could revolutionize power consumption needing only a pony motor or series of disconnectable batteries to initiate motion. the load could be whatever one could imagine, a generator set, automobile, compressor,etc.


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    Sep 6 2013: Show numbers for your anticipated Efficiency.
    • Sep 6 2013: 1600% also toying with some antigravity options to increase efficientcy. the out ward facing north poles will also focus south poles inward toward center of rotor, these predictable fields could be used to reduce the weight of the rotor thereby reducing friction and heat. Rare earth elements when refined create a soft metal quite similar to lead. This maleable material is prone to lower melting points. reduce the gravity, and the friction and cooling is much easier.
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        Sep 6 2013: Actually I meant real numbers. You have exceeded 100% efficiency and intend to implement antigravity options? Can you hold on for a second while I put on my tinfoil hat? Don't be surprised if you get very few responses. Bye now.
        • Sep 13 2013: yes I know of a couple of applications in use right now. Ingersol rand introduced a few less sophisticated brushless motors to market in 2008. Others who wish to remain nameless have also developed their own self sustaining motors but without loads that are significant. One model I have seen is operating a generator set and is using a dc power supply to power the brushleess motor. The generator set is cranking about 15o amps at full load while the brushless motor is only consuming 9.6 amps. A 1 to 15 ratio is pretty good don't you think?

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