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Doug Konzen has built several axial pulse motors with various numbers of stator coils, and magnets in the rotors. The picture to the right is a simple "axial RV" with 2 n-s magnets in rotor, and 3 stator coils on each side
(© Doug Konzen).
PM motors pulsed 3 Phase are OU at specific frequencies and rotation speeds.
In AXIAL motors there is always a 90° approach to the pole, call it "sidewinder approach" (like the snake), its just perspective relative as how you see the 3d construct and the way M field interacts, but the same LAWS
apply to all types of rotary machines. It’s just some are more efficient using force vectors and fields than others.
One good advice when dealing with pulse motors: forget all kinds of screws and bolts. You will see the difference in recovered back-EMF when you will use proper laminated core. So go to auto-junkyard and get some old ignition coils.
From these you can get good impulse-cores and even some fat windings and HV windings too.
When tests were done with an old Bedini-motor and bifilar coil, with 8mm bolt as a core, the back-emf had to be collected both from the drive coil and from the pickup coil and add them up to get the same charge in the same cap during the same time interval. But when using proper laminated core, one could tap the back-emf from only the recovery winding or from the drive
winding and even better power level was reached in the storage cap during the same time interval. So the laminated core helps a lot. Also in plain bolt or screw there will be induced eddy currents by the collapsing magnetic field and you will lose energy anyway (eddy current loss).
Doug (aka Kone) build a big motor-gen, called the 363 since it has 3 coils on each side of a rotor of 6 coil positions (alternating N-S). There are actually 12 magnets total, with the 6 on each side separated by black plastic plate in between; this way the magnets hold themselves together strongly and wont pull out from the rotor since they would have to rip apart the black plate between them to get them out. He is firing repulsive-only 3 coils of the 6, 2 on one side, and just one on the other, and then firing the remaining 3 coils, (also two on one side, one on the other), rather than firing just two facing coils (normal) or all three at once on one side. "Splitting up" the coils being fired like this gives more power it seems to me testing it out right now…
It is found that most power from a single pulse comes form the stator coil being IN BETWEEN the N-S magnets, so that the coil reacts to BOTH magnets, both pushing and pulling the rotor in the same direction, since
they are N and S…(let the magnets do the work Bill Muller would say). It is advised to try to resonate at HI Q your coils at 27, 30, 33 cycles per second in triangle 3 X 3 one half pulse feeds each one other half pulse feeds
other 3 (see section on cyclo-conversion).
Kone also wired up a motor in attractive mode instead of repulsive mode, which had the best results with the FWBR AC legs across the "switch only". Now testing in attractive mode (more shaft power this way too it seems), the FWBR AC legs worked the very best with them across BOTH the motor coils and switch for some reason, so knowing this, he came up with this new "split" recovery scheme, the purpose is to add extra power via an extra power stroke that is supplied with its juice through the recovery circuit of the backemf/recoil, with minimal or no extra draw happening when the extra coils fire and make for more "free" (recycled at least) speed and power.
Kone’s idea is simple but great: at HI impedance the coil is attractor to MAJOR force, minor force takes energy from MAYOR one (MAGNET) as VOLTAGE is greater in coil, amperage reverses to battery charging it.
Proportion tuning it is the secret (1.618 ratio), energy is obtained from the Magnetic field, the field captures what it needs from K ambient electron & thermal heat, Rotor nnn magnets becomes a 400 year long tripleflux
monopolar energizer battery. Electric Wankel engine in mechanical terms (runs and runs and runs!).
Another thing is that the "vectoring" (diodes/fwbr) should/could be done at the SWITCHING (especially if this is what blows up like NW was saying)
Put the AC legs of your FWBR across the switch – the DC side into capacitor, and switch during OFF-time of primary this capacitor with DPDT switch into resistance to control it (your pre determined load)- 2nd switch at
AC leg flips ON about halfway or 3/4 through primary pulse (now won’t lug extra current draw) and then stays ON while primary turns off (catching recoil power which blows everything up usually) this 2nd switch then stays ON for a bit more, now catching the back emf….then turns off – cycle starts again with primary pulses only ON at first, then 3rd AC leg switch ON, then only 2nd switch ON etc…
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