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Jet
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Posted - May 29 2012 :  17:19:40  Show Profile  Visit Jet's Homepage Send Jet a Private Message  Reply with Quote
This work is a continuation of the excellent work done by Gotoluc. It shows the effective advantage of adding magnets to a circuit. In this video magnets are used to create work that could not be performed by using a metal rod alone. This same method can be used to increase torque on a pulse motor, all without increasing power.


Edited by - Jet on June 08 2012 16:13:26

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mnsman
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Posted - June 08 2012 :  13:39:30  Show Profile Send mnsman a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Mike.

Here's what I came up with for the circuit. The 74ls93 counter part of the circuit is where I'm uncertain. I kind of threw that part together. lol With this config I was shooting for the battery to go 12 pulses and the recovery cap to go for 4 pulses. I think it's close. My version only has one diode for bemf recovery on the positive side. I tied the relays bemf into the recovery too which I think will work if you use mechanical relays. It can't be a real fast motor with mechanical relays. I tried to design it so the bat would get a charge from the bemf when the recovery cap was the coil driver source. Like I said it's your baby and this is only food for thought. Hope I put this in the right area. If not I can repost it or you can delete it. It's up to you. Any how you got me thinking about it so I threw it together using ms paint cause my pc crashed the other day and I had to reload. Can't remember the name of the free schematic program I was using in order to reinstall it. Least of my worries now. Talk to ya.

I edited image to "fix" counter circuit. You probably didn't see the original. Just as well there was a problem. This version looks better to me. Still don't know if it works. lol


Edited by - mnsman on June 08 2012 15:37:21
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Jet
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Posted - June 08 2012 :  16:29:53  Show Profile  Visit Jet's Homepage Send Jet a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by mnsman

Hi Mike.

Here's what I came up with for the circuit ...


Hi Jim,
Thanks for taking the time. It's at the right place.
I will use some of your ideas. I'm not in a rush to do anything. To tell you the truth. I have a million project that I want to do. I have all the time all in the world to do it. I believe in OU and do not doubt it for a single second. Now, I'm concentrating on a the goal to achieve 99 % efficiency. Baby steps. OU, It's in our face everyday. I look at other's work for techniques, breakthroughs. But mainly for inspiration. I will achieve my goals and beyond. I always have. It's a matter of patience. Of course, it is all here, available to you Jim, and everyone else.

PS: I prefer Linux over MS, but I like mspaint because you can do quick sketch without skills.

Mike.
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mnsman
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Posted - June 08 2012 :  16:46:56  Show Profile Send mnsman a Private Message  Reply with Quote
No problem. I get a bit ocd sometimes when I have a problem in front of me. lol

We think the same as far as ou goes.

My world is the ms world unfortunately. I run a pc sales and service shop. As far as ms paint, ur right on it takes no skills that's right up my alley. lol

Maybe someone else will see the circuit and find it of value and will improve.

Jim
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Unobtainium
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Posted - July 28 2013 :  08:50:59  Show Profile Send Unobtainium a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Any chance of getting the picture back up? :)
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