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MAGNETIC MOTOR (12 Arking stator MPMM k-Mets)

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Published on Jun 30, 2008

This is the new giant k-Mets, kinetic-magnetic energy transfer system. I would first like to introduce the anomoly of the arking stator in a magnetic pulse magnetic motor set-up. The model was produced to have the main rotor be propelled by the stator but it seems that the model showed me that it is the stator that will be propelled by the rotor. A reverse twist here but with surprising results. Be aware that the stator is within a heavy magnetic field. The rotor is attracted slightly by the magnets suspending the stator and will fall either side of the rotors magnet sets on top of the rotor. When the stator and rotor are spun up, they lock-up together and then the stator goes into an independent magnetic pulse. As the rotor comes to a stop, the stator finds the right parallel to the rotor's magnetic fields that it can continually spin within and be slightly propelled by the rotor's magnetically induced rocking motion. The stator is literally within 3 magnetic fields which comprise a compression stroke and then a power stroke for each field which gives it 6 strokes per rotation. One of the strokes acts like a crossover and causes the stator to spin way beyond it's normal time period of spinning within a magnetic field. My camera ran out of time and i would have liked to show a minute or so more but this was a good experiment caught on video. The rotor by the way is magnetically suspended just like the stator. There is a small gap between the magnet stuck to the top of the rotor's shaft and the magnet above it making it almost weightless. This is not just a mere flywheel or rollerblade wheel, it is a stator wheel full of 10 neodium magnets right next to a rotor with 60 magnets. Try and make your superstrong magnets spin right next to each other without jumping to each other and coming to a very quick hault. The braking effect is the #1 factor to deal with when designing your magnetic pulse motor. This very model shows the key design to the future of magnetic pulse magnetic motors.

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