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Theoretical overunity motor design presented by Jim Ross, based on theories put forth by Tom Bearden. Energy Shuttling and dq/dt blocking are the primary methods used.

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Official Website

http://www.mns-pc.com

An Exercise in Overunity Thinking - Objective: To design a practical working overunity system primarily based on the theories put forth by Tom Bearden. The main methods of achieving overunity are dm/dt (mass displacement current) blocking and energy shuttling. Means used to perform these methods result in other effects that enhance the systems performance.

Component Detail - materials required

Additional Thoughts - This design is scalable and many configurations are possible. Originally a two motor shaft design was conceived. This may be a good place to start.

Figures

Introduction and Description

Quoting from http://www.mns-pc.com/index.htm

: First and foremost I must say that this system is only theoretical and the closest that it has come to being built is the virtual model shown above. This design is a compilation of other people's ideas placed in, what is hopefully, an original package. The purpose of this site is to present this design to the public so that it inspires thought and constructive criticism. If feedback proves the concepts wrong, then I will scrap it and start over.

: This is an examination of the two shaft version of my virtual free energy device. It uses many principles, but relies heavily on dm dt mass charge blocking and energy shuttling to achieve over unity.

: The system has two shafts, with two motors on each shaft. A third shaft has rotary air gap switches that are used for timing. All of the shafts are coupled together by way of belts and pulleys. Two of the belts, in conjunction with their respective pulleys, are charge separators and act as the systems source dipole. A large voltage is developed by the charge separator with a small but constant current. The third belt insures that the motor shafts are timed properly with the rotary gap switches.

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: This configuration has been described as an electrostatic motor and has been demonstrated to work while requiring very little current.

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: There are two types of current.. mass and massless. Mass current flow destroys the source dipole and massless does not. Therefore it is permissible to have massless current flow through the source circuit and it is undesirable to have mass current flow. It is not meaningless to have massless current flow as it is converted to mass current upon reaching the load. Mass charge blocking and massless current bridging is necessary for this system to achieve over unity. In this system, the capacitor plates and lower rotors block the mass current from destroying the source dipole. When charged, the capacitor plates would like nothing more than to have their charges come together and be neutralized. Therefore they seek a path to one another in order to destroy the charge separation. Of course this is contrary to what we are trying to accomplish. We wish to keep our source dipole so that we may continue using it. However we will take advantage of this situation and satisfy the capacitors desire to neutralize their charges by momentarily shorting the plates together by placing the coil between their plates. The coil then develops a magnetic field not because of mass current flow but because of the large E field across it. There will be some loss of energy due to mass current flow but the source dipole will be mostly intact. The key is to develop as large of a magnetic field in the shortest amount of time so that the energy can be bridged or shuttled from the capacitor plates to the upper motor with minimal loss to the source dipole. Because of conservation of energy, the shuttling process converts the capacitor E field into a magnetic field, which performs work on the lower rotor, and then the conserved magnetic field is converted back to an E field to perform work on the upper motor.

Comments

Not Likely to be Feasible

: I have examined the disclosure on the Ross Motor. In terms of the interplay between the magnetics and the electromotive forces generated: The conversion of power to/from the rotational motion by the electromagnetic interplay would tend to be reasonably efficient, but there is no evidence that one would derive more electrical energy coming out than going in. Further, as in any piece of rotating machinery, there are unavoidable frictional losses, wherein the mechanical energy is converted to heat. This contributes as well to a loss of efficiency of the motor. Thus, I would not expect that one would derive any benefit from this type design.

: Rotating and switching designs are common, but there is no evidence of an actual reduction of magnetic field strength in the permanent magnets which would provide additional usable output energy and hence produce an over-unity device. (Congress:Member:Robert Indech, PhD PE, New Energy Congress member April 7, 2006)

Fascinating

: Fascinating! It is complex enough that I don't understand it yet and likely will take awhile to get through it. (Congress:Member:Kenneth M. Rauen April 7, 2006)

Contact

Jim Ross

email: jimross {at} bex.net

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