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Jan Vink's successful replication of the Directory:Flynn Parallel Path principle device.

Jan Vink's Replication

Jan Vink posted] the following on March 10, 2006.

"I have built the 'proof of concept' device and it works !!!"

Photos

Measuring tape is in metric.

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On the first photo you can see the steel bar that will fall off when the effect kicks in.

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Observations

The pp-effect kicks in at 2.2 Amps at 6.8 V (about 15 watt).

It is easier to get results by using an adjustable power supply, because the energy-frame for the effect is indeed very small.

I still have to improve the way to measure the force at de 4x-side with a fine adjustable piece of hardware connected to an unster. But the first indications are in the order of 3x !.

It seems that the air gap between the coils bars and the horizontal one is very critical.

My next focus will be on a rotary device and it is hard to keep concentrated on my normal work because of the very promising results !!!!!!!!!!!!!.

Jan Vink

Materials

The laminants with the coils are 20 x 25 x 150 mm in size.

I used 4 magnets 2 against each other (for the right amount of space) .

Magnet size 20 x 20 x 10 mm (Neodym , N42).

Wire for the coils is 0,4 mm , 35 m long.

Comments

post here

Too Strong of Magnets Saturate Laminate

Mike Schuckel says that the magnets here are too strong, and that the laminants reach saturation, so the effect is not as pronounced. (March 17, 2006)

From: mschuckel

To: pes_flynn_pp@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Friday, March 17, 2006 3:41 PM

Subject: Re: [pes_flynn_pp] "it works"

Great work Jan,

I did notice that you used N42 NIB magnets for your device. You need to get much weaker magnets to optimize your device. If you use ceramic VIII magnets you will still reach saturation in the core material, but at a much lower voltage and current. Say around 2 or 3 volts at roughly half the current. I know that Joe Flynn has had some of his devices saturate at below 1 volt.

Just thought I would give you something to shoot for.

Thanks for your comment on the magnets

Mike,

The device on the pictures is build using things i had on stock in my workshop.

Now in the process of finding magnets of the type indicated and building stuff around the device to be able to measure the forces in a more accurate way.

Using N35 neodym magnets the effect is at its best at : 4,4 Volts and 0.2 Amps (0.88 Watts) , a whole lot better than the first

results.

Jan Vink

See also

Directory:FPPP:Replications

- Directory:Flynn Parallel Path principle device

- Parallel Path forum

- Directory:Joseph Flynn's Parallel Path technology

- OS

- Main Page

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