Hall-effect Power Generator
Date: Saturday, April 14, 2012 @ 19:24:21 GMT
Any number of free energy devices as presented operate with a time varying MMF (magneto-motive force) applied across a permanent magnet. Rarely mentioned in discussion is the fact that a time varying MMF applied across a permanent magnet puts that same magnet through a cycle of degaussing that limits the lifetime of the magnet (and free energy device) itself. A Hall-effect Power Generator can be powered by either a permanent magnet or a field producing DC coil and has no variable MMF used in its operation. Thus, no degaussing of the permanent magnet occurs or, if a coil is used for the magnetic field, no back-voltage is induced in the DC magnetic field supplying coil.
The idea centers around using a magnetic field to induce
near-surface currents in a super-conductive ring. This current works to
attenuate the magnetic fields' penetration into the superconductor, but
the magnetic field does in fact penetrate into the same near-surface
region where the DC currents are induced. These currents and residual
magnetic fields are directed normal to each other, and thus result in a
Hall-effect voltage which a specific geometry and cell-type construction
make available for supplying DC power.
The patent application
for this device has been published by the USPTO, although the
examination process and standard processing wait continue. I would be
interested in the opinions (and the publicity generated) by having
interested parties (engineers, scientists, etc.) look at the technology
and design and give feedback. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org,
and I should be able to email interested parties a pdf version of the
patent application for consideration.