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Introducing... The Adams Axial
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Introducing... The Adams Axial

This is a twist on the patented Robert Adams Motor/Generator.

In its simplest form, it is driven by pulsing electromagnetic fields into a rotor holding 12 magnets. The 6 coil cores on either side of the rotor are offset 30deg to form an alternating path for the magnetic flux field to follow, which results in radically reduced reluctance on the rotor. This means I can spin a rotor MUCH faster with much less power than would normally be required.

So far it's been a long, somewhat misguided and bewildering journey, but the end goal of this project is to a self sustaining motor with gobs of torque that can be used to drive a generator. 

Stats so far show me a 2x --- 5x input/output increase between bottom EM coils and top GEN coils (18V in, 80V out), and rectifying the output of the bottom EM coils is returning (depending on hall sensor position) 18-25VDC... from 18V in  Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images. ... and this is all with a ~6mm air-gap... the aim is around <2mm.

The beauty of the axial platform is I can also do stupid things on the top coil - like using a diode across the coil terminals to create a spark gap and rectifying (+2000VDC...) without hurting the EM circuit.

The focus now is to drive BOTH sides (all but eliminating magnetic reluctance) and have the EMF generated and recprirocated between the two coils sets.

   
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Introducing... The Adams Axial - by unimmortal - 02-07-2024, 10:41 PM
RE: Introducing... The Adams Axial - by Shylo - 02-08-2024, 04:28 AM
RE: Introducing... The Adams Axial - by Shylo - 02-08-2024, 04:55 PM
RE: Introducing... The Adams Axial - by Jim Mac - 02-08-2024, 08:48 PM
RE: Introducing... The Adams Axial - by Jim Mac - 02-10-2024, 11:11 AM
RE: Introducing... The Adams Axial - by Shylo - 02-09-2024, 03:26 AM
RE: Introducing... The Adams Axial - by Jim Mac - 02-10-2024, 11:09 AM
RE: Introducing... The Adams Axial - by Shylo - 02-10-2024, 08:36 PM
RE: Introducing... The Adams Axial - by Jim Mac - 03-05-2024, 08:49 PM
RE: Introducing... The Adams Axial - by Shylo - 03-24-2024, 02:57 AM
RE: Introducing... The Adams Axial - by Jim Mac - 06-04-2024, 10:06 PM

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