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The actual practical use of magnetic assistance I see is with petrol or electric engines, combined in one cross-dependant device. HATEM serial amplifier is based on yet unknown principle, that the sum of power on all secondary axles mounted generators is larger than input power on first motor driven axle.
Magnetic force is driving human imagination nuts for a long time particulary due to its passive invisible force - it's quiet, static, can't be seen, heard, but its existence is undoubtfull. Many wanna-be and real inventors are still trying to prove that some perpetual motion can be obtained solely from this static magnetic power forewer, while according to basic phisical laws it is impossible. While above mentioned is still appealing idea, every real inventor simply MUST obey phisical laws and all what matters.
Well, it would be hard to explain in a small space like on this web site the whole principle to withstand scientific debate, but simply put: think of it like nuclear power, the chain reaction upon atomic bomb explosion, which comes from simple molecular equation.
The name stands for Spiral Tunnel Asynchronus Repulsion Magnetic Generator, and as it is obvious from its name, is a generator, powered mainly with permanent neodymium magnetic power. Contrary to all or most of known magnetic wannabe-perpetuum-mobiles found on internet, STARMAG is the first candidate for success. The device main purpose is a distributed power generation, mostly household-based, where returned energy would overcome all consumed energy, generating significant revenue over time. On the other hand, the base of my principles are in assymetric magnetic fields, not only in context of its shape, but rather in attraction against repulsion simmetry. The problem: diamagnetic superconductor would need to maintain temperatures of below -130 degrees Celsius, even with latest ceramic high-temperature superconductors. Petrol, diesel or electric engines would have attached a magnetic device (MHE - Magneto-Hybrid Engine) to their output axle like some pre-transmission amplifying box. As mentioned, at this stage the plan is to build 8-12 testing devices, with different setups and with versatile principles combined.
This is not a one-off project, but rather a long-run dedication, which I beleive will lead to some innovative leaps in next years.
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Unlike the battery, we do not put it in a position where it immediately destroys its own dipole, so as a result, energy flows around the magnet, pretty much indefinitely. This is a picture of a Chinese man, ShenHe Wang, who has designed and built an electrical generator of five kilowatt capacity. Most inventors don’t seem to realize it, but almost every government is opposed to members of the public getting hold of any serious free-energy device (although they are happy to use these devices themselves). Two of Mr Wang’s 5 kilowatt generators successfully completed the Chinese government’s mandatory six-month “Reliability and Safety” testing programme in April 2008.
There is a patent on the motor but it is not in English and what it reveals is not a major amount.
It was Mr Wang's intention to give his motor design to every country in the world and invite them to make it for themselves. It is not easy to arrange permanent magnets in a pattern which can provide a continuous force in a single direction, as there tends to be a point where the forces of attraction and repulsion balance and produce a position in which the rotor settles down and sticks. There are many other designs of permanent magnet motor, but before showing some of them, it is probably worth discussing what useful work can be performed by the rotating shaft of a permanent magnet motor. Here, the (clever) idea is to use a small low-power motor to rotate a magnetic shield to mask the pull of two magnets. In the diagram above, the motor at point ‘A’ rotates the shaft and shielding strips at point ‘B”.
As the effort needed to rotate the magnetic shield is relatively low, it is claimed that the output exceeds the input and so can be used to power the motor which rotates the magnetic shield.
Here, the same shielding idea is utilised to produce a reciprocating movement which is then converted to two rotary motions to drive two generators. Here, the same motor and rotating magnetic shield arrangement is used, but the magnetic lines of force are blocked from flowing through a central I-piece.
In the position shown on the left, the magnetic lines of force flow downwards through the pickup coils.
While the Ecklin-Brown design assumes that an electric motor is used to rotate the mu-metal shield, there does not seem to be any reason why the rotation should not be done with a permanent magnet motor. Toroidal shapes are clearly important in many devices which pull in additional energy from the environment.
If using the masonry anchors, be sure to cut the conical end off as it alters the magnetic effect in an undesirable way. We can use an ordinary magnet or set of magnets at each end of the straight core to cause a strong magnetic field to flow through the core of our coil. The coils can be connected in parallel to increase the output current, or they can be connected in series (in a chain configuration) to increase the output voltage. With a separate shielding axle, allows a long, stiff axle to be used and that allows there to be additional coils and magnets. Returning to permanent magnet motors themselves, one of the top names in this field is Howard Johnson. The point that he makes is that the magnetic flux of his motor is always unbalanced, thus producing a continuous rotational drive. It uses an arrangement where permanent magnets are associated with every second coil set around the rotor.
This is a patent which is definitely worth reading and considering, especially since it is not a complicated presentation on the part of the authors, Harold Ewing, Russell Chapman and David Porter. The motor operation is as simple as possible with just four switches made from springy metal, pushed by a cam on the rotor shaft.
The power delivered by the Teal motor is an indication of the potential power of a permanent magnet motor which operates in a rather similar way by moving magnetic shields to get a reciprocating movement. This is a very interesting design of magnetic motor, especially since it does not call for any materials which are not readily available from many suppliers. Figures 2 and 3 show the position of the magnets, with the Figure 3 position showing a point in the output shaft rotation which is 180 degrees (half a turn) further on than the position shown in Figure 2. Some other, more powerful magnet arrangements which can be used with this design are shown in the full patent in the Appendix. This design does not seem to appeal to many constructors in spite of the fact that it must be one of the easiest magnet motors to set up and make work. The magnets have a strong attraction to each other because of the North and South poles attracting each other. The attraction forces between the two magnets is now wholly horizontal and there is no force on the movable magnet to cause it to move. The new magnet is now much closer to the moving magnet and so has a much greater influence on it. This very simple operation only requires a small force to move the stator magnets sideways between their two positions, while the force between the stator magnets and the rotor magnets can be high, producing considerable rotational power to the axle on which the rotor discs are attached.
For this, the magnets attached to Rotor disc 2 have to be positioned so that their poles are the reverse of those attached to Rotor disc 1.
Normally, the rotor would not rotate, but between the two discs there is a ring of seven coils which are used to modify the magnetic fields and produce powerful rotation. Shown here is the situation when one of the rotor magnets has rotated to where it is above one of the coils which is not yet powered up.


This diagram shows a piece from both sides of the rotor disc, to explain the operation of the coils. While this is happening, the situation around the other side of the rotor disc, is shown on the right. At any moment, six of the seven coils are inactive, so in effect, just one coil is powered.
The circuitry that Charles specifies for powering the coils to block the magnetic fields of the permanent magnets uses N-channel MOSFETs and is very simple. In this circuit we want the FET to switch on when the motor's timing disc is in the right position and be off at all other times. Connecting several coils "in series" (in a chain) like this, reduces the number of electronic components needed and it makes sure that the pulses to each of these coils is at exactly the same instant. In this patent, Charles Flynn remarks that this magnet motor can be used for almost any purpose where a motor or engine drive is required and where the amount of energy available or required to produce the driving force may vary little to nil.
One application which seems most appropriate for this motor design is the Frenette heater shown in Chapter 14. While the use of a timing disc is a very satisfactory arrangement, it is also possible to use electronic circuitry instead of the mechanical timing disc, the opto devices and the LEDs.
The output voltage on the pins marked "1", "2", "3" and "4" goes high one after the other as shown in the diagram above.
When using a circuit like this, the pulse rate from the 555 chip is set to a very low value like half a second, so that the motor shaft can get started. As this allows the speed to be controlled and when the required speed is reached, the pulse width can then be adjusted to give the minimum current draw to maintain that speed. And while this arrangement is not as magnetically efficient as a circular magnet, it does have the convenience of allowing the construction of a rotor of any chosen size. The objective of each coil is to just, and only just, cancel out the magnetic field of the permanent magnet underneath it. In this implementation, eight ferrite rings are mounted on the stator in four locations ninety degrees apart. In exactly the same way as the Adams motor described in chapter 2, the current through the coils is set to the minimum level which allows the rotor to spin freely. If no current is passed through the coils, then the rotor will oscillate backwards and forwards for a short time before coming to rest with the magnets as close to the ferrite rings as possible. The next step is also identical to that of the Adams motor, namely, to add on some pick-up coils to convert some of the rotating magnetic energy into electrical energy, either to recharge the driving battery or to power other equipment, or both. Steorn's arrangement for doing this is to add an additional disc, containing permanent magnets, to the rotor and positioning wire coils opposite those magnets as is normal for a generator. You will notice that each ring of magnets is positioned further around the rim of the cylinder providing powerful pulses from 64 magnets every 22.5 degrees of rotation, so it is little wonder that the motor has considerable shaft power.
This style of magnet arrangement (North magnets shown in blue and South in red) has a locking point where the switch from wide spacing to narrow spacing occurs and this causes the rotation to stop there. The taper is much less pronounced with an inner gap some four times greater than the gap to the outer ring.
The housing is very simple looking, with an evenly spaced ring of twelve holes to take long magnets with alternating North and South magnetised areas along their length. As there is no commentary with the video it is a little difficult to pick up all of the details, but it seems that positioning stator magnets allows the motor to overcome the normal sticking point of the typical V-motor arrangement. This looks like a design which might be worth investigating further as the implementation shown in the video appears to operate very well. If you would like to make a simple motor of this type, then the information provided by Dietmar Hohl, passed to me by Jes Ascanius of Denmark, shows you how.
This shows a magnetic gate arrangement built on a flat piece of Medium-Density Fibreboard 30 mm thick. The gate operates by causing a stack of ten of the magnets to roll along the V-shaped track and pass smoothly across the junction with the next set of V-positioned magnets. The magnets are positioned at an angle in order to use the magnetic fields at the edge of the magnets.
This one has had a length of copper pipe inserted at the correct angle, in order to direct the drill bit at the exact angle required.
With Dietmar’s design using angles magnet pairs, the number of magnets needed is quite high. It is very difficult to use the power of permanent magnets to make a motor powered by them alone. With this arrangement, the opposing corners of the magnets as shown here, are lower down and so there should be a net magnetic force pushing to the right just above the set of magnets.
Two boys; Anthony and Andreas, have used this magnet arrangement to create a magnetic track and they have a lot of fun, sending a magnet sliding between two of these rows of angled magnets. You will notice that they have managed a row of 18 ceramic magnets on each side of their track and the results which they are getting are very good. They have not disclosed all of the details of what they are using (accidentally rather than by intention).
Neodymium magnets have very different characteristics to those of ceramic magnets (and that is not just strength of the magnetic field).
The magnets are held in place in this picture, by wooden dowels driven into the base plank. Here, a simple disc rotor has four magnets (of the type used to move down the magnetic track) attached to the underside of the disc and positioned so that they move through four short sets of angled stator magnets as the disc spins. I have been asked to say how I personally would go about constructing a prototype of this nature. For the bearing, I would pick a computer cooling fan, as these have very good bearings and if one is not to hand inside an old, obsolete computer, then they can be bought very, very cheaply.
As the part of the fan which spins round does not normally project above the stationary frame, a spacing disc of wood or plastic is needed to provide the clearance.
And as I am hopeless at creating good-quality mechanical devices, I would then hold a pencil very steadily against a support and give the wood a spin, so that the pencil draws a perfect circle exactly centred on the bearing of the fan.
Permanent magnets vary enormously in size and strength, so when magnets are purchased, it is a matter of testing them using a track of the type used by Anthony and Andreas.
Muammer Yildiz has developed a powerful permanent magnet motor, patented it, and demonstrated it to the staff and students of a Dutch university. The device has a rotating axial drive shaft 5 supported so that it rotates inside a stator 2, which is surrounded by an outer stator 3. This invention is a device for generating an alternating magnetic field that interacts with a stationary magnetic field. One object of this invention is to provide an improved device for generating an alternating magnetic field that interacts with a stationary magnetic field.
Surprisingly, it has been shown that the special layout of the dipole magnets of the inner stator, the rotor and the outer stator during rotation of the rotor, generates an alternating magnetic field is which allows a largely loss-free movement of the rotor as it spins between the inner stator and the outer stator. In the following description, when mathematical terms, especially geometric terms, are used - terms such as “parallel”, “perpendicular”, “plane”, “cylinder”, “angle”, etc. In a preferred embodiment of this invention, the magnets project slightly out of the inner stator.
A partial overlap of three magnets occurs when a plane perpendicular to the shaft axis runs through each of the three magnets.
In a particularly preferred embodiment of the invention, the magnets of the inner stator and the rotor are able to align completely. Ideally, the rotor will have the shape of a drum or a cup, that is, a hollow cylinder with a circular cross-section or a piece of pipe whose one end face is covered by circular disk.


It is also possible for the magnets of the outer stator to be rod-shaped and to form a complete ring around the inner face of the outer stator cylinder. Ideally, the rotor is held in position by the magnetic fields of the two stators and “floats free” between them. An angle “alpha” is defined as the angle between the magnetic axis of a magnet of the inner stator and a tangent to the circumference of the inner stator at that point. It is a particular advantage if the permanent magnets of both the inner and outer stator have a either a rectangular or trapezoidal cross-section when seen as being cut by a plane perpendicular to the shaft axis. The magnets of the inner stator, the rotor and the outer stator have a magnetic orientation which causes them to repel each other at every angular position of the rotor. Fig.9a to 9h show the angles of sets of magnets installed in the rotor when viewed from the side. Fig.11 shows the arrangement of magnets on both stators and the rotor, shown as a section along the shaft axis. Fig.12a shows the arrangement of cylinder and fins on the rotor before the rotor magnets are installed in the spaces between the fins.
Fig.12b shows the arrangement of the magnets of the rotor, as seen in a view at right angles to the longitudinal axis of the rotor.
Fig.1 shows a schematic representation of the device having an inner stator 2, a rotor 1 and an outer stator 3, which are arranged coaxially around the shaft axis 50 of a pivoting rod-shaped shaft 5.
The rotor 1 consists of two mirror-image rotor drums, each with a pipe section and a circular disc section which is clamped rigidly to drive shaft 5 by means of grub screws 10.
The rotor drums are positioned so that there is a cylindrical air gap between them and the inner stator 2. The frame is preferably made from a non-magnetic material such as aluminium with a wall thickness from 2 mm to 10 mm. Fig.12a shows an inner stator frame made from a non-magnetic material (such as aluminium or copper). Fig17a is a schematic view of one rotor drum and part of the inner stator 2, where the view is perpendicular to the shaft axis 50.
Fig.17b is a schematic representation of the possible orientations of the rotor magnets 7 when seen as viewed looking parallel to the shaft axis 50.
Fig.19b is a section through the outer stator 3, the section plane is perpendicular to the shaft axis 50. Fig.21 shows the relative positions of the magnets 6 of the outer stator 3, the magnets 7 of the rotor and one of the magnets 8 of the inner stator 2 in a preferred embodiment.
The air gap G1 between the outer periphery of the inner stator 2 and the inner periphery of the rotor 1, and the air gap G2 between the outer periphery of the rotor 1 and the inner circumference of the outer stator 3, can be anything from 3 mm to 50 mm.
Fig.22 shows the arrangement of the three magnetic layers 6, 7 and 8 as seen in a cross-sectional plane B--B perpendicular to the shaft axis 50, as in first In a preferred embodiment are located on the inner stator 2 uniformly over the outer periphery of the inner stator magnets 8 distributed ten o'clock. It must be understood that the magnet dimensions may vary by as much as 50% of the values mentioned here and there are, indeed, other variations which may use magnet sizes outside that range.
While standing on an insulated stool, charge yourself up with a Van de Graaff generator (or use a pom-pom).
Confetti (Styrofoam peanuts) flies off the ball of an electrostatic generator due to electrostatic repulsion of like charges. A variation on the idea of initially uncharged objects being attracted by charged objects involves having a metal ball bounce back and forth between plates connected to ground and sphere of Van de Graff generator. This device can be used with a high voltage power supply and overhead projector to show field between various electrodes (electric field version of iron filings sprinkled on a magnet).
For performance gain magnetic device would be installed on driving cam, while for low power needs magnetic device would be propelled by electric engine, gaining in power and range. This is a known principle, but seems noone has managed to find the proper setup and angle between magnets, shadowing razor, and also find the best Mu-metal blind. While static magnetism cannot produce energy out of nowhere, with some primitive experiments I found out, that dynamic magnetic fields with proper alignment and setup could result in transforming magnetic repuslion into added energy by wearing out magnets themselves. So my approach is slightly different and I am not trying to invent perpetuum mobile, but rather transform magnetic power into more usable energy. The theory behind as of my interpretation would show the dynamic magnetic fields change out of static magnetism under one condition - superconductive material should distrub magnetic field at the approach angle, producing asimmetry in the repulsion strength agains attraction strength on the other side, resulting in dynamic, moving force. Definitelly development and introduction of such high technology is far beyond my reach so for now I must rely on theory and deductive calculations, which assume lower power consumption for maintaining superconductive temperatures.
This magnetic device would amplify the torque and power of main engine by some percentage and run the rest of normal setup. But hey, we're far from results, it's just a theory and the main problem persists - how to obtain either a room-temperature superconductive diamagnetic material, or which near-superconductive material to use. This very useful effect can be used for a variety of technical applications, for example, a particularly low-friction bearing is preferred for supporting a shaft which has to rotate at high speed. The shaft itself is preferably constructed as a straight cylinder of circular cross-section.
The degree of overlapping does not affect the description and the amount of overlap of any two of the three magnets can be anything from 1% to 100%, where the magnets overlap completely.
The inner stator 2 has a hollow cylinder 120, through which the central axis of the shaft 5 passes.
So far I discovered that Mu-metal will need to be active electromagnet, but the question is, if the output power will overcome input power. Think magnetism the same way - it is not so powerfull, but more durable and seizing down magnetism can produce a large quantity of usable energy. Instead, it uses unique tunneling principle with repulsive action, where generated current pulse is generated within device reset state, thus asynchronus. This force is then easy to use for transfer momentum amplification, or even as main propelling force. Here I ask you if you are willing to participate anddonate at least few bucks, I would appreciate help very much. Jines were awarded US Patent 3,469,130 on 23rd September 1969 “Means for Shielding and Unshielding Permanent Magnets and Magnetic Motors Utilising the Same” and which is in the Appendix. The outer stator has dipole magnets 6 which are positioned on the inner surface of a circular cylinder 9. If the field is varying, a short wavelength signal will penetrate the openings in the cage. There are several theories to explain why it rotates including reaction from charges leaving tip and repulsion from charges in space around tip. Among others, some hardware of high value is a must to obtain, like CNC steel mils and routers, industry controllers and custom programmable modules, and of course, quite a lot of different petrol and electric engines, parts and material. The power needed to operate the electric motors is minimal as the power of the motor is provided by the magnets. Instead of two tiny motors, it would be possible to operate the rocker arms using small solenoids and if the motor is used to power an electrical generator, then the design could be made self-powered by using some of the electrical output to provide the necessary input power.
The sketch above shows just one layer of the motor, but there can be as many layers as you like, each driving the single output shaft, and increasing it’s power with every layer.



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