The perpetual motion magnetic machine (PM3) Date: Saturday, November 13, 2004 @ 17:59:47 UTCTopic: Devices by K. Pullo: INTRODUCTION : The making of a PERPETUAL MOTION MACHINE has always been a fantastic dream. There are many attempts along history, but always the same ending: PERPETUAL MOTION continues being a legend. On another hand, the amazing properties of magnetic materials have always astonished boys and intuitive men. They can see a mysterious secret inside these materials. I think these properties are not being used properly enough yet... ... Here is the last attempt... THE BEGINNING : Some time ago I found a fantastic program called FEMM: http://femm.berlios.de/ This program makes analysis of all parameter types on magnetic systems, so I decided to analyze all the configurations of magnetic systems in the JLN LABS magnetic motors research. I found that some systems definitively didn't work, others were difficult to repeat, and a few others contained good ideas. Then I found the Stewart Harris TOMI theory: www.fortunecity.com/greenfield/bp/16/magnetic.htm Then, I decided to analyze the system, and see the force profile on the MOVING MAGNET: Let's begin with the picture below:..." Visit the very interesting site: http://mmmgroup.altervista.org/e-magnet.html Stefan Hartmann writes: Dear Mr. Pullo, http://mmmgroup.altervista.org/e-magnet.html the PM3 ist just great ! many thanks for this hard and genious work ! I agree, that it will work in a closed loop. This is a good idea to also test again my old PM^2 see: http://jnaudin.free.fr/html/shpmm1.htm http://jnaudin.free.fr/html/shpmm2.htm What do you think ? in the PM^2 you need less stator magnets, cause you just need only a static permanent magnetic field from the top plate to the buttom plate, which also could be iron plates with backside permanent magnets. It is just an static airgap and could also be built with electromagnets to control the power and speed of the runner stack magnets ! A cloosed loop rotating version must be built differently than this: http://jnaudin.free.fr/images/shlmotan.gif This idea by JL Naudin does not work as Olaf Berens and me already tried out. But the Linear version DOES WORK and if you put the linear version in a circle this would probably also work as in your PM3 ! Regards, Stefan. ------------------ Message: (free-energy yahoo group) Date: Sat, 13 Nov 2004 13:28:54 +0100 From: "Stefan Hartmann" Subject: Closed loop PMSquare magnet motor ! Hi All, here is the new version of a closed loop PMSquare (permanent magnet powered motor) motor. http://www.harti.com/pmsquare/pmsquareloop.gif I was inspired by the great work of Mr. Pullo at: http://mmmgroup.altervista.org/e-magnet.html and I think the PMSquare is a bit easier to build and you donĀ“t need as many stator magnets and the torque will be higher. Also the stator field for the airgap can be produced by electromagnets to control the torque. But I guess, both concepts are very interesting ! Regards, Stefan. ---- Dipl. Ing. Stefan Hartmann Hartmann Multimedia Service www.harti.com Keplerstr. 11 B, 10589 Berlin, Germany email: harti@harti.com