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Directory:OC MPMM Magnet Motor

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AuthoroldHorseface's replication of the Directory:OC MPMM Magnet Motor

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Jan. 15, 2008

As reported at the Overunity forum, Jan. 15, 2008.

posted at the Steorn forum

Comment: AuthoroldHorseface CommentTime: 1 hour ago edited permalink

I have build a quick and funky new system where I get a short burst of acceleration, then a sustained speed for 10 seconds, then it slows down to stop in 20 seconds.

My stator is the same one from my Lego setup, but my rotor is 12" in diameter with 12 magnets facing outward alternating north-south. (unlike the OCAL system or my last Lego setup)

I think if anyone is getting AGW lock, you got it happening, you just need to reduce friction and tweek your alignment.

As AL said, the distance between rotor and stator is citical and different for every type of system. Anyone building a test jig should make that distance variable.

I am going out to Burbank tomorrow to get more magnets (disc neos) and try some more things.

I have seen energy from permanent magnets! I think I'm going to cry.