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Axial Rotating Field Generator
#1
The axial platform has so far been a wind turbine, pulse motor and very nearly a magnet motor. So now it's time for zero point.

When I first got interested in generating power, one of the first inventions I came across was Teslas Electo-magnetic generator. This has really stuck with me, and my journey with the axial was about getting a platform I could adapt to experiment against , as well as learning the basics of electro-magnetic.

There is a lot of deeper knowledge that I've spent years accumulating, correlating, verifying (and practicing) in a wide range of unrelated activities, and they all come back to being principles or aspsects of a core mechanism that drives EVERYTHING. And that mechanism is in part torus dynamics as it pertains to the fundamental way all energy interacts. Planet scale, human scale or electron scale ... all the same.

So in essence I'm going to create a double torus with 2 sets of rotating magnets and 3 sets of rotating magnetic fields, in order to pull energy from the vacuum/aether. 

As a simple primer and thinking of a simple upright bar magnet:

The north pole is outflow
The south pole is inflow
Two vortices from these flows join in the center
Inflows and outflows through the torus can be blocked
The bloch wall or barrier is at the center
Other tori can also join at the barrier
Hidden behind the barrier exists a portal to higher density energy (simplistic for now). 

If you are on Facebook, look up Steven B Halls ... a prolific researcher who refers to art, sculptures and symbology in an attempt to unravel that which the ancients knew aeons ago...
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#2
What if...?

Two coils wired together, with a switch between one of the joins. As it is a switch, there will be flyback EMF when opened.

When opened, the flyback is sent to a mirrored pair of coils that has a switch and diode, and in turn when this switch opens flyback EMF
is sent to the first set of coils.

As flyback EMF has been described as negative energy or time, could this be considered a vacuum that when directed into a circuit as described above, counters counter EMF?

I intend to find out with my latest build of the Axial.


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#3
Here is the Axial wired up and ready for testing.

Each coil set is now split into two triads with a pair of wires for each triad.

I've also been able to reduce metal, it now only takes 3 nuts to be loosened to get the rotor out... happy days.


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#4
Some pleasing results so far; with a 25V/ 0.87A DC input, I'm getting back 2 x ~50VAC feeds @ ~3300rpm. Not a bad effort with zero tuning.

The rotor has been reduced to 3 magnets, and the two switches take turns pulsing the two coil triads.

The voltages at this stage serve as more a metric for efficiency than anything. But it's looking and feeling like I have the setup right this time.

More testing stuff to come...


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#5
Now it starts to get a little interesting.

Pulsing both switches with 9V, sees around 2 x 20VAC from the gen coils.

After putting flyback diodes on each switch, bridging them and using (-) as a reference, I see 35V of flyback! 3 x 12V mini Edison globes light up with ease.

So naturally I dial the input up to  20V, ~45VAC coming out on the gen coils, and 80V of flyback - globes are burning bright.

So two things. First is that the multimeter I'm using is about 25 years old and is fast enough to pick up these flyback voltages. The newer meters I have wig out and reboot or show a very low AC reading when faced with any kind of real EMF.

 Second thing, even though I'm measuring for VAC, I could only pick up the flyback voltage when the red (+) meter lead was connected to it. 

This is something I haven't seen before...
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#6
Little steps...

I've swapped out the 1mm pulse coils for the 0 5mm ones to match the top. Now I finally have 4 sets of coils, all around 25 ohm.

Alternating between the bottom coil sets with 18V@0.1A (1.8W) is putting out 36V in the top coils. The flyback meter is showing 72V.

Inputting 36V@0.2A (7.2W) is generating 72V, and flyback of 140V.

So, all that is left at this stage is to rectify the generator output and connect the DC output to replace the power supply... happy days.

Even if this is a self runner, I'm not there quite yet. To get a rotating magnetic field on top, I'll have to switch the generator coils, which means splitting the two coils sets to alternate. I'm going to try reed switches in an attempt to direct flow between the four coils sets.
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#7
(05-19-2024, 06:47 AM)unimmortal Wrote: Little steps...

I've swapped out the 1mm pulse coils for the 0 5mm ones to match the top. Now I finally have 4 sets of coils, all around 25 ohm.

Alternating between the bottom coil sets with 18V@0.1A (1.8W) is putting out 36V in the top coils. The flyback meter is showing 72V.

Inputting 36V@0.2A (7.2W) is generating 72V, and flyback of 140V.

So, all that is left at this stage is to rectify the generator output and connect the DC output to replace the power supply... happy days.

Inspiring, unimmortal. Keep at it!
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#8
ovun987 Wrote:Inspiring, unimmortal. Keep at it!

Thanks.

Here is a fun video...



The spark gap is simply two diodes either end of the generator coils.

The meter on the left is showing the rectified spark gap. >2000V

The meter on the right is showing AC straight from the generator coils.
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