posted on Jul, 28 2005 @ 02:35 PM
Originally posted by XL5
Hmmm ok, I'll look into it. Did it work without the different additions or were they added to increase the energy output?
Tell you what,I just bought a new home and everyhting is packed.After the move I'll try to get something together and post it.But until then,in a
nutshell,heres the basic concept.-
You need to build two cylinders,one to place into the other.The outer needs to be fixed while the internal cylinder rotates.Make sure that there is
enough clearence between the two for your magnets.Use disc magnets with holes in the middle.I think they were either 1.5 or 2.0 inches in dia.
put some iron filings on some cardstock and place two of the magnets under neath.You will see circular patterns in the filings.Adjust the two magnets
so that the fields of flux seen combine on the meeting side.The fields will looked like flattened beach balls.Measure the distance between centers and
this will tell you where to drill mounting holes on the cylinders.
arrange the magnets with alternating poles pointing outward on the inner cylinder and inward on the outer cylinder.Arrage them in rows like this:
first row N S N S N S N S N S
second row S N S N S N S N S N
The idea is to make a field of flux energy that will elimate any possibility of there being a weak spot.That is where a stopping place will be.Use as
much plastic as you can,including the fasteners to attach the magnets.The first one I built I use a glue,but it created heat and the glue broke
down.Also remember that this is not a permanent power source or motor.It will eventually break down.Play around and see what youcan come up with.I'll
try and build one in October again.Its been a lot of years but I'm sure the memory will come back to me.Let us know how you are coming.Hey, maybe we
can collaborate on line,build one and call it the ATS generator?