Koda's Theoretical Inventions:
Magnet Powered Motor
|Attaching a generator to the main drive shaft of the device shown above will provide enough power to recharge the battery AND aproximately 300% more electrical output than used to power the motor. (Or an inductance coil can be placed near the side of the disk to generate electricity as the magnets pass near the inductance coil.) The cam and contact switch can be replaced with an optical sensor. Additional circuitry can be used to increase DC voltage to the coils to increase efficiency. The main disk is approximately 6" in diameter. Disks and coils can be stacked to create more power.|
The two devices described below both use stationary electromagnets positioned along a circle (stator) and permanent magnets attached to a rotor inside the circle to generate electricity. The permanent magnets are drawn toward the iron cores of the electromagnets, which causes the rotor to spin. The rotor would normally stop spinning when the permanent magnets line up with the iron cores, but at this point power from a battery is applied to the electromagnets just long enough to create a repulsive magnetic field. This allows the rotor to continue spinning. The result is power being generated for a longer period than when power is being used, producing over 300 percent more electricity than is needed to operate the device. In other words, these devices generate "free" energy.
Australians John Christie and Lu Brits formed Lutec Australia PTY LTD, prior to receiving a US patent in 2003. Their official company site has been "under construction" since mid-2010, but this page explains how the movement of the permanent magnets past the coils of the electromagnets produces AC output so a separate generator is not necessary, and this YouTube video shows their device in operation.
Steorn is a company in Ireland working to develop this
technology, which they refer to as Orbo. They have a video on YouTube showing test
results of a demonstration device. They have also created a similar device with no moving parts.
With the demand for oil certain to outstrip supply in the very near future, which could result in
socioeconomic disaster worldwide, one can only wonder why news of these inventions has been
suppressed by mainstream media.
With the demand for oil certain to outstrip supply in the very near future, which could result in socioeconomic disaster worldwide, one can only wonder why news of these inventions has been suppressed by mainstream media.
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