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  Lorentz visualizer - need some help to know what I'm doing
Posted by: fxeconomist - 02-28-2024, 01:50 AM - Forum: General Free Energy Discussion - No Replies

Hello there friends,

In last months I tried to get ahead with my modified homopolar generator, but had no luck. I can't seem to find engineers to help me with the build, even with the money on the table.

While this is a work in progress, I decided to advance in the meanwhile on the Lorentz visualizer to understand which is the best way to wind the coil so that the rotational Lorentz drag is minimized.

I wrote Lorentz Visualizer for my specific project. I wrote it in Pascal, which is my heart language - I formed myself as a programmer with Turbo Pascal - and CodeTyphon is a great Lazarus (FreePascal) fork that knocked my socks off. So it's not taken from anywhere, it's compiled by me on my computer.

The application analyses a proposed, yet editable, coil, made of two half toroids. 
As this is a unipolar generator, the coil is fixed on the shaft and sandwiched between two axially magnetized magnets, each showing one big pole towards the coil.
Magnets are not drawn, however the setting of their field configuration (poles shown, back and front, is in a dropbox where you can see its current setting, SS - both are repealing their south poles).

Coil is drawn in cyan, but you can opt to see its magnetic fields as well. I am thinking that there are four poles, two of them for each half toroid. You can see the magnetic fields by checking Use magnetic pole colors.

You can turn the coil around in all directions, add turns, enlarge/shrink the angle, or zoom.

Instead of considering round turns of wire, these are simplified as rectangles, therefore each turn has 4 sides, each experiencing a diversity of Lorentz forces.

The coil has four main options: Upside Clockwise, Backward Bridge, Downside cCockwise, Current Enters by Upside.
Upside clockwise means it's clockwise while watching from right to left. Downside clockwise, means watching from left to right. I know it's stupid, but this was the angle I was looking
from when I made it originally, so the setting stays,

However, magnetic poles are probably drawn correct - when watching from current entrance direction, coil appearing to be wound anticlockwise, that means N.

So one way of changing it are the Upside/Downside clockwise/anticlockwise options. Backward bridge makes the two coils buckling. And finally, Current Enters by Upside swaps current direction. This gives a lot of variety.

When the coil has an odd number of turns per side, the middle turn is shown in the wire color - no magnetic pole.

From the Magnetic field controls, you can activate and watch two settings. 

Show Main Field Lines is my imagination of how field lines travel between the two magnets - the one to the back and the one to the front.

These are not circular as in the drawings you know. Directions are drawn as lines, as we are interested only in their direction at the wires of the coil.

My assumption is, at least from reading the definition, that the Lorentz forces push on travelling charges in a magnetic field, and this means that it pushes/pulls the wires of the coil.
Why would we have Lorentz in a generator with stator coils where wires cannot be displaced, I do not know.

Show Toroid Field Lines reveals something more insane, and that is lines of the toroidal field changed as a result of the toroidal field interacting with the main side magnets.

The coil is divided in an Upside and a Downside. "Outer" wires are those visible on the rim, and inner are those inside.

If you look below on the Segment selection tool, which contains a one turn mockup, "Outer" means segments S3 and "Inner" means segments S1. Front and Back are wires facing the magnets directly, and these are S2 and S4, but their meaning of S2 and S4 changes on how you alter the coil.

Outer and Inner segments have two lines of force coming on them, while Front and Back have just one. The Inner domain has an additional set of field lines, coming from the interaction of the toroidal fields inside the coil.

This was the part that was most difficult to imagine, and I have no clue how wrong or correct I was. The selection for toroidal vectors influences both the magnetic field view - aka Show Toroid Field Lines as well as the Lorentz forces they generate, Show Toroidal Field Lorentz forces.

The other set of Lorentz forces, Lorentz forces coming from the interaction of the main field (the two, back and front magnets), can be viewed from Show Main Field Lorentz forces.
To filter the view for forces acting on specific segments, check/uncheck the S1-S4  checkmarks near the Segment Selection tool.

Now, how was I able to do this ?

I'm not an engineer, but the definition is simple: it's the cross product of vectors. So as long as I have segments of wire with directions of current and segments of field lines with directions as well, there are 3 formulas to get the cross product vector. Then I apply the cross product vector to something like a middle of a wire segment et voila, we got a Lorentz vector push.

Scouting thru possible varieties of coils, I found this gem - unfortunately to my chagrin, it requires attracting magnets, which will make mounting and dismounting a nightmare if I go ahead.

One thing. The part I did not know is what the coil core material does. You see there are no interactions in the whole story about that, but probably the material is involved and changes directions of field lines as well. And what if the core itself gets magnetized ? A whole other can of worms.

I've seen already a mistake - I had to have two Inner Center sets, one for upside, one for downside.

I made the changes and attaching the new zip file.

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Video Reciprocating linear actuator
Posted by: Jim Mac - 02-19-2024, 08:24 PM - Forum: Reciprocating Devices - Replies (9)

This topic is being started to address questions that a new user wanted to ask.  I built this reciprocator a while ago, and has since been disassembled. 

And here is another one I made which is similar

There were many interesting effects I noticed with these experiments, the most obvious was the "overthrow".  Meaning, when the polarity switched on the prime mover, the carriage takes time to reverse the direction of the moving mass, causing moments in each cycle that reverse Back-EMF reciprocal direction.  

I still believe reciprocation can lead to something, such as if the prime movers were also wrapped with a pickup coil, there would be instances where the magnets and the input could both induce the pickup coil while enforcing the reciprocation together. This is something I may circle back to in due time.

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Posted by: feb_ - 02-19-2024, 07:42 PM - Forum: Other Patents - Replies (1)


"Utilizing the 3 -phase excitation AC power into the 3 -phase winding of the motor stator to spin the 4 pole magnetic field at 1800 rpm. This excitation cycle generates power in the rotor core which generates in the rotor which powers the rotor capacitor load. The capacitors send rebound energy back into the stator windings thereby picking up additional energy from the repeated excitation of the magnetic domains of the electrical steel on both the stator and inner rotor."

A Holcomb patent application.

"However Holcomb did not reveal the use of three-phase AC power to excite the wound rotor coils and stator coils for generating AC three-phase, single-phase, splitphase or other phase combinations as needed.

It is therefore an objective of the present disclosure to address at least some of these challenges."

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  Energy nature
Posted by: dxer_87 - 02-16-2024, 01:47 AM - Forum: General Free Energy Discussion - Replies (10)

Hello everyone!

I think we all wonders more about the energy nature. Where does it come? We are taught that radiation holds it or any movement. But can it be also special material (like ferro materials)?

Most of the needs that we have can be covered by electricity. Because electricity gives us:
- movement (rotation)
- heat,
- light,
- sound (vibration),
- magnetic field,
- antigravity,
- nuclear fusion and ionization reduce;

Also even things like vision, communication, thoughts recording, vision and dreams recording.

My calculation stays that 3kW of continuous power is enough to serve a small household.

Does the Tesla or Hendershot or Vortex (TPU) resonances may serves us with unlimited energy? Or maybe standard THT electronic parts connected right? Maybe the power is hidden in inductance elements? Or there is that much energy in the air we can power up house consuming ether and radio waves? Does the earth soil hold any potential?

There are many questions indeed. But answering yes for some of them gives us opportunity to understand that not only low energy systems are possible, but also overunity (self-sustain) one.

I think we should stop talking about energy conservation till we know all the sources and a fact that stuff around even like space is in an instant movement and fluctuates, that we may treat like a jar with boiling water. Electrons and other particles that holds charge needs only be put in a movement thats right? And this movement needs to be closed in an infinity loop that this is fe device. Even electricity grid lines seems to sth like this, except the input was a fossil fuel.

Can you represent other energy sources?

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  Legion Banning
Posted by: Jim Mac - 02-09-2024, 09:18 PM - Forum: Site Announcements - No Replies

For those who may have seen the recent bickering, I researched this user and it turns out he is the same character who sent me many many insulting E-mails and has previously been banned here.

This is the 3rd username he has made here.  

This individual is toxic and has been removed from other FE forums as well.  

I post this not to call him out, but to explain openly why his posts have been deleted.

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  Adams Axial Circuitry
Posted by: unimmortal - 02-07-2024, 10:57 PM - Forum: Unimmortal's Bench - Replies (24)

Starting this thread for circuit design, creation, learning etc...

Here is a cut down version that I'm going to start testing with.

12V Battery(1) > Switched to bottom coil > Rectified to 12 Battery(2) > Switch to top coil > Recitifed back to 12V Battery(1) > Repeat


UGN3053 hall sensor (5V, 10ma draw)
5V Eneloop battery packs for hall sensor
NMOS/PFET for switching power


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  Introducing... The Adams Axial
Posted by: unimmortal - 02-07-2024, 10:41 PM - Forum: Unimmortal's Bench - Replies (12)

Introducing... The Adams Axial

This is a twist on the patented Robert Adams Motor/Generator.

In its simplest form, it is driven by pulsing electromagnetic fields into a rotor holding 12 magnets. The 6 coil cores on either side of the rotor are offset 30deg to form an alternating path for the magnetic flux field to follow, which results in radically reduced reluctance on the rotor. This means I can spin a rotor MUCH faster with much less power than would normally be required.

So far it's been a long, somewhat misguided and bewildering journey, but the end goal of this project is to a self sustaining motor with gobs of torque that can be used to drive a generator. 

Stats so far show me a 2x --- 5x input/output increase between bottom EM coils and top GEN coils (18V in, 80V out), and rectifying the output of the bottom EM coils is returning (depending on hall sensor position) 18-25VDC... from 18V in  Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images. ... and this is all with a ~6mm air-gap... the aim is around <2mm.

The beauty of the axial platform is I can also do stupid things on the top coil - like using a diode across the coil terminals to create a spark gap and rectifying (+2000VDC...) without hurting the EM circuit.

The focus now is to drive BOTH sides (all but eliminating magnetic reluctance) and have the EMF generated and recprirocated between the two coils sets.


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  Optocoupler Hookup Image
Posted by: Jim Mac - 02-03-2024, 02:27 PM - Forum: Files, Schematics and Documents - Replies (2)

I keep having to search this, even though it's a very easy hookup.  It works excellent communicating between 2 arduinos while keeping them isolated.  So I am posting it here so I can find it again when needed.

The left side goes to the master arduino, the right side to the slave. The 12V input on the right is really fed with the positive 5V logic of the slave arduino.  All the resistor values work fine.


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Wink [split] EEG EM Software and Program Development
Posted by: solarlab - 02-02-2024, 01:58 PM - Forum: Solar Lab's EEG - Replies (2)

Hi Fellows,

NOTE: The EEG EM Basic thread has been "split" into "EEG EM Software and Program Development
where the discussion hopefully will focus around the "EE_TFG" Software and Program Development type information. 
That is, the software programming requirements of the design.

A Second Thread "EEG EM Basic Circuit" hopefully is where "circuit implementions" relating to the EE_TFG
such as Microprocessor, H-Bridge, and related circuits will be the focus. Related general Electronic Circuit 
Designs can be posted here. Much of this information is important so this "split" should make it more easily

Mixing the EE_TFG concept with general circuit design and programming needs would quickly fray the discussions 
and mask the some of the important features of each subject.

Several of the Circuit related posts have been moved to the "EEG EM Basic Circuit" and a new "EE_TFG Software
and Programming Development" thread are now included in the split branchs. Hopefully this thread will include
the long and boring Code Listings and implementation information.



PS - Not sure how this "split" thing works, but we shall see! Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.

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Star Optimal AC Flyback Transformer Winding
Posted by: ovun987 - 02-02-2024, 12:00 PM - Forum: Solid State Devices - Replies (6)

Hello helpful friends,

I am entirely new to building electronics although do have fundamental comprehension of underlying concepts of circuitry. 

My recent experiments have been with ZVS + Flyback Transformer and now I would like to wind my own flyback transformer using this toroid core if possible.

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If winding an (AC, non-rectified) flyback transformer on this 6.5" OD 4.8" ID nanocrystalline toroid, is it as simple as winding a few turns on one side of the toroid as the primary, and then winding thousands of turns on the other side of the toroid as the secondary; will doing this produce an AC flyback transformer? 

If indeed yes it is that simple to make a flyback transformer, what calculations/formulas exist for optimizing a flyback transformer?

Specifically asking about wire length, wire mass, wire gauge, etc in relation to this specific toroid. I assume there is a significant difference between winding a 6 turn 4AWG primary/3000 turn 20AWG secondary versus winding a 6 turn 20AWG primary/3000 turn 20AWG secondary, am I correct? Clearly the amperage rating will be affected with thinner wire; moreso asking about calculating an optimal (resonant?) design tuned to the toroid. Please explain further. 

At the moment I have two small A41-43-24 signal transformers like you use Jim, two 120V 60Hz microwave transformers, two JF0501-N1156(DC?) flyback transformers, and a bunch of fresh wire.

Figured I'd ask here for answered input from real humans before researching deeper myself. 

Thank you all for the assistance; eager to get winding!

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