Towards an overunity permanent magnet motor

Published November 14, 2014
By One Plus Motors
Abstract The synthesis problem of a mechanical overunity permanent magnet motor (MOPMM) is approached. The notion of MOPMM is introduced, complemented with simplifying assumptions. The typical problems that researchers face while attempting to synthesize MOPMMs are illustrated. The problems revealed explain the causes of inefficiency of the standard engineering approaches in respect to the MOPMM synthesis, which leads to the conclusion about the necessity of a systematic experimental research with precise instrumental measurements as the shortest path to the synthesis of MOPMMs. Specific types of magnetic systems to study and the structure of the experimental setup are proposed. The paper justifies an upcoming effort aimed to create an open source database of precise, reliable experimental data required for the synthesis of MOPMMs.
Keywords Overunity, permanent magnet motors, permanent magnets, magnetic forces, electromagnetic analysis, force measurement.

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Fig. 1. Example of motion trajectories of MOPMM components.png
Fig. 2. Example of motion trajectories of MOPMM components.png
Fig. 3. Example of motion trajectories of MOPMM components.png
Fig. 4. Example of a magnetic system.png
Fig. 5. Dependence of the horizontal component of the magnetic force exerted on the Movable assembly from the Movable assembly coordinate.png
Fig. 6. Example of space describing the interaction forces between two magnets.png
Fig. 7. Interaction of two magnets along the magnetization direction, case A.png
Fig. 8. Interaction of two magnets along the magnetization direction, case B.png
Fig. 9. Interaction of two magnets along the magnetization direction, case C.png
Fig. 10. Interaction of two magnets orthogonally to the magnetization direction, case A.png
Fig. 11. Interaction of two magnets orthogonally to the magnetization direction, case B.png
Fig. 12. Interaction of two magnets along the magnetization direction with a displacement, case A.png
Fig. 13. Interaction of two magnets along the magnetization direction with a displacement, case B.png
Fig. 14. Interaction of two magnets with orthogonally oriented magnetization directions.png
Fig. 15. Interaction of two magnets placed irregularly.png
Fig. 16. Interaction of three magnets 1, case A.png
Fig. 17. Interaction of three magnets 1, case B.png
Fig. 18. Interaction of three magnets 1, case C.png
Fig. 19. Interaction of three magnets 1, case D.png
Fig. 20. Interaction of three magnets 2, case A.png
Fig. 21. Interaction of three magnets 2, case B.png
Fig. 22. Interaction of three magnets 2, case C.png
Fig. 23. Interaction of three magnets 2, case D.png
Fig. 24. Structure of the experimental setup.png