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Robert Adams Motor - A Closer Look
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I have built several Adams motors which all got shelved.  But as I continue my Z.E.N Generator tweaks, I realize my design is starting to look more and more like the Adams Motor.

I also went to all same polarity magnets and I can see why he did that.  It's not about the motor itself, but about the generator phases.  I will explain more if there is interest on that part.

But lets take a closer look at his generator coils that I have not seen anyone mention.

Here is the sketch.

   

Take a close look at his generator coils...

   

He has coils arranged with layers 90 degrees out of phase!  The bottom layer is vertical, the top layer is horizontal.  Just like Figuera..  His 2 rows of El-magnets are also 90 degrees out of phase, as in one is growing while the other is shrinking.  

This seems to be the common characteristic of many of the best claims, and many suspect the actual gain mechanism has been hidden over the years.
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#2
Here is why Robert Adams used all the same polarity magnets.

This is the output from 1 coil with 4 Alternating polarity magnets

   

And here is the output from all same polarity magnets of 4.

   

His design incorporated a Lenz Neutralization technique by manipulating the phases of the output.  And with his rotor design, all same polarities gives a much more uniform sinewave in which to work with.
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#3
There is something interesting https://youtu.be/NUt9mQFGIkQ?si=6rydBR1sY0O9U8xO
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(12-08-2023, 12:45 PM)Jim Mac Wrote: It's not about the motor itself, but about the generator phases.  I will explain more if there is interest on that part.
But lets take a closer look at his generator coils that I have not seen anyone mention.

Hey Jim, I've built an axial version of this with 6 electromagnetic coils, 6 rotating neodymiums and 6 generator coils. Axially you can use both ends of the magnet, and offset the coil cores on either side to radically reduce reluctance. I'm up to the part where I switch generator coils on/off. I'm glad to see someone hasn't forgotten the true Adams motor as there are a myriad of secrets hiding in it.
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(02-04-2024, 09:23 PM)unimmortal Wrote:
(12-08-2023, 12:45 PM)Jim Mac Wrote: It's not about the motor itself, but about the generator phases.  I will explain more if there is interest on that part.
But lets take a closer look at his generator coils that I have not seen anyone mention.

Hey Jim, I've built an axial version of this with 6 electromagnetic coils, 6 rotating neodymiums and 6 generator coils. Axially you can use both ends of the magnet, and offset the coil cores on either side to radically reduce reluctance. I'm up to the part where I switch generator coils on/off. I'm glad to see someone hasn't forgotten the true Adams motor as there are a myriad of secrets hiding in it.

Welcome Brotha,

The Adams is a worthy project from beginners to advanced. It gets the mind thinking and the hands dirty.  

I hope you start a Log when you are ready to present your build, success or not, every log has the potential to help someone else in the future.

If you do plan on presenting builds, I will gladly make you a bench, as you are a "familiar"..

And this goes out to other active members also.  If you have been here a while and participate, and you are going to build and show, a Bench awaits you.  Just PM me.
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(02-04-2024, 10:01 PM)Jim Mac Wrote: Welcome Brotha,

The Adams is a worthy project from beginners to advanced. It gets the mind thinking and the hands dirty.  

I hope you start a Log when you are ready to present your build, success or not, every log has the potential to help someone else in the future.

If you do plan on presenting builds, I will gladly make you a bench, as you are a "familiar"..

And this goes out to other active members also.  If you have been here a while and participate, and you are going to build and show, a Bench awaits you.  Just PM me.

Cheers Jim, a bench would be great. I've got a thread over at OUR that I irregularly update as well under 'Adams Axial' that shows progress to date.
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#7
Oh yea, I have seen some of your work there.  It was cool stuff..

Your bench is now active and you can moderate it.  We aim to cultivate a welcoming environment here. 

Looking forward to your progress!
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#8
Hello everyone
I'm new here and have done an Adams engine before. This type of research has always interested me and as the site here seems to have members sharing on the Adams engine I would be interested in sharing my experience on this type of engine.
Jagau
 
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#9
Reviving this thread to see if anyone has successfully switched generator coils using FETs. I'm on the cusp of something big (see my bench for more info).

Adams stated the mechanical switch allows flow in both directions, and as can be evidenced from numerous sources and patents, both pulse and generator were mechanical. However a FET introduces the problematic ground reference point.

I've seen the photoelectric switches, but they seem to be backed by FETs as well...
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(06-04-2024, 05:36 AM)unimmortal Wrote: Reviving this thread to see if anyone has successfully switched generator coils using FETs. I'm on the cusp of something big (see my bench for more info).

Adams stated the mechanical switch allows flow in both directions, and as can be evidenced from numerous sources and patents, both pulse and generator were mechanical.  However a FET introduces the problematic ground reference point.

I've seen the photoelectric switches, but they seem to be backed by FETs as well...

Yes the bonding of grounds can certainly be a big aspect. I struggled with that during my infinity looper project. I still think it can be done.

If I remember correctly, the Newman motor also used a mechanical commutator and when it was being tested, Newman specifically told them they can NOT bond the grounds.  But the testers insisted the system be bonded for safety.  Which is why it probably was deemed fake.

The difference in potential in the 2 grounds is where the gain hides out.  Bonding them kills the effect.  BUT if you don't bond them, you blow out electronics.  If you are careful, it should be possible to use electronics these days with isolation techniques like optocouplers.
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