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Talk:Directory:Stephen Kundel's Motor

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Video of second version prototype shows a quickly vibrating motor, with electrical input. As it accelerates, less electrical input required. Over-unity not documented.


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Where can a person order the sheaves and other parts from? Is there a hobbies catalog that has such parts?

Thanks in advance!

This is very interesting stuff! Let me explain...

I'm sure most of you have heard of the Irish company Steorn who have claimed to have created a self sustaining device using permanent magnets. I have been reading and posting on the Steorn forum for some time and Sean McCarthy has posted quite a few clues on their device over there, (a list of these clues can be found here). Using these clues I thought I would attempt to replicate their device and came up with this. I was amazed when several people came back to me and suggested my device loked similar to the Kundel motor and also that the Kundel motor was listed as a possible Over Unity device! That's one heck of a coincidence.

From the Kundel website it states that the reciprical rotor magnet is held between 2 rotational stator configurations and that the stators are made up of alligned permanent magnets in a state of attraction. If you want to try something interesting try misalligning the stator magnets on oposite rings and arrange them so they are repelling. What you will find is that the rotation will always be in one direction, (either clockwise or anticlockwise depending on the direction the rotor magnet is facing). If you want to test if the motor is Over Unity you could always hook up two of them so the rotational output of one device is fed into the reciprical input of the other or connect a motor to the input, a generator to the output and compare the two. WhiteLite 11:10, 9 Dec 2006 (EST)== See also ==


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