Magnetic Amplification & Neutralization

A new but simple answer
to conserving energy

This is the my very first design of Amplification and Neutralization in early 2009

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The new but simple answer, Magnetic Amplification and Neutralization,  is the photo on the left. The photo on the right is a prototype motor using that technology. This web-site is primarily video demonstrations. Both photos above are GIF, (Graphics Interchange Format), pictures. The speed of the motor is much faster than is portrayed in the photo.

Magnetic Amplification and Neutralization can be used in many applications. A motor just seemed the most logical for demonstration purposes.

Basically what's happening in the left photo is this. With no current applied to the coil, the magnetism from the permanent magnet travels through the core of the coil, making the core part of the permanent magnet. When electricity is applied to the coil, (+ -), it greatly amplifies the magnetism over and above what would normally be the combined force of the electro-magnet and the permanent magnet. It's actually 2.9 times the power of the permanent magnet. When the polarity is switched, (- +),  the magnetism at the face end of the coil is gone. Simply stopped. At 18 volts, 95.31 percent of the power produced by the above motor is generated by the permanent magnet. The electro-magnet is just simply acting as a switch, which at the appropriate time, is turning on and off the magnetism from the permanent magnet.

Links to videos of rotary model below.


A Truth About Electric Motors.

They don't operate on electricity. They run on magnetism. The magnetism they run on is produced by electricity.

Like a battery stores electricity, a permanent magnet stores magnetism. Unlike a battery, it's possible the magnet may never run down.

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This is the my very first design of Amplification and Neutralization in early 2009

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        Full Length Video  (44 minutes).

  1 = A Brief introduction (2.75 minute).

  2 = Armatures (1.58 minutes).

  3 = Magnetic Lock-up (4.1 minutes).

  4 = Demo At 15 Volts (3.8 minutes).

  5 = Demo At 20 Volts (3.8 minutes).

  6 = Demo At 25 Volts (3.6 minutes).

  7 = Demo At 36 Volts (3.3 minutes).

  8 = Test And Results (4.4 minutes).

  9 = Prototype Motor Running (5.6 minutes).

10 = Prototype Motor Test (3.6 minutes).

11 = Results of Prototype Motor Test (7.3 minutes).



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