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EEG EM Basic
#31
https://www.mooker.com/attachment.php?aid=377
Yes that's it. thanks.
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#32
Thank you solarlab for the examples. I followed the last two as well. Then I continued tinkering with it a bit and managed to implement part of a simple patent that I wanted to create as an electromagnetic circuit but found it quite daunting as my practical skills are rusty. This way I can test it out. Or hope to. So far I created the boxes (cores and coils), some winding and excitations and managed to pulse them once with pwl function. I plan to add an excitation circuit too and if I am able to get any inducted voltage, then I will call that a win.

Then it depends on how how it will look, if it will look promising, I think some parameter search will be in order. The software can do some pretty cool things, but the learning curve sure is steep.
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#33
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EEG EM  =>  EXCESS ENERGY GENERATOR using ELECTROMAGNETICS
ANSYS Electronic Desk Top (AEDT) Student version download link:
https://www.ansys.com/academic/students/...op-student
  (Built-in license valid until 07/31/24) [zip file 8.3GB] Has some limitations.
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Early Christmas Gift for the EEG experimenters!

Attached are two (2) pdf files that outline a "new concept and approach" to Excess 
Energy Generation.

You may find them somewhat "unbelievable" - I did at first but further analysis and investigation
appeared to unearth the "Holy Grail" of the "Wheel Work of Nature (as Tesla quoted)."

Before you ask - the prototype brassboards are still a work-in-progress; and, yes, a Provisional
Patent has been submitted. Since this technique is, AFAIK, never been thought of before, I felt
it best to "protect the schemes" from abuse. They will remain in the "Public Domain" and this
Patent, when granted, will ensure this unique method can not be usurped by those that would
attempt to do so!

NOTE: Unfortunately the AEDT Student version can not do the final analysis since the technique
involved requires a 3D A-phi Transient method of analysis, however the important initial part 
(B = 1.2T) can be accomplished using the free version.

I know this disclosure will set the EEG (OU) world on it's head... it's about time!

Enjoy, and have a very Merry Christmas 2024!

SL

Note the Voltage shown in Winding Plot 2 is bogus (ignore it). The Current Pulse used is +/- 50mA
(3.0V source at 50mA = 0.15W (H Bridge push-pull is pretty much a steady 50mA). For example:
a 40 turn Coil driven at 100mA yields about 87.4W - this is for one pole pair (N-S)...


Attached Files
.pdf   Typical - TF_LinGen_V2 Desig_Part 1_of_2.pdf (Size: 1.48 MB / Downloads: 35)
.pdf   TFG_Z03_TR_A-phi_OutCoil_5_100mA-20t_Rev_01_Part 2_of_2.pdf (Size: 1.08 MB / Downloads: 32)
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#34
Thank You for posting this Solarlab..

Edit- Removed my next statement as it was erroneous
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#35
Hi Jim,

I'm not sure your description captures the Transverse Flux (TF) concept or not so I'll attach a paper that attempts to describe the
idea better than I probably can. The paper is a bit long but the first few paragraphs and figures seem to present the mechanism.

When looking into the LinGen I wanted something that didn't require the sliding, or rotating, magnetic field. Faraday and
Lorentz laws are different but come up with the same results. After a bit of study the TF seemed to be that difference. 
It wasn't covered much (1 hr?) in university but it at least it got stuck in the "upstairs" over the years.

Anyway, a second paper relating to some of the details of a particular design is attached as well.

Note that both these papers, and all others that I can find, use Permanent Magnets (PM's). V2 uses electromagnets instead.

This TF_LinGen V2 is unique in that it replaces the PM's with Electromagnets. That also eliminates a whole bunch of problems 
that PM rotating designs face, since nothing moves, it's stationary similar to Holcomb's devices; but this one is a whole lot simpler 
to fabricate and appears to have far superior performance in a much smaller footprint. Also uses a different fundamental scheme; 
Transverse Flux vs Rotating Magnetic Field. 

BTW, fab laminations won't be done until after the holidays - they shut down for referb and such during the break.

SL

(12-19-2023, 05:56 PM)kloakez Wrote: Thank you solarlab for the examples. I followed the last two as well. Then I continued tinkering with it a bit and managed to implement part of a simple patent that I wanted to create as an electromagnetic circuit but found it quite daunting as my practical skills are rusty. This way I can test it out. Or hope to. So far I created the boxes (cores and coils), some winding and excitations and managed to pulse them once with pwl function. I plan to add an excitation circuit too and if I am able to get any inducted voltage, then I will call that a win.

Then it depends on how how it will look, if it will look promising, I think some parameter search will be in order. The software can do some pretty cool things, but the learning curve sure is steep.

Hi Kloakez,

Sounds like you're well on your way, great to hear!

The "pwl function" works quite well but a "Maxwell Circuit" can be much more useful - especially when using a "name" instead of a number.
In the circuit symbol enter a name where the number appears, you'll be asked for the default value. Now when you highlite "Maxckt" in the
Project list you'll see a list of "names" at the bottom where you can easily change the values.

It's tricky however, since you have to go to the "Excitations" and select "External Circuit" then "Edit External Circuit." From the popup you
can update the changes to your entered value(s) using "Update Netlist from Circuit." The Help or Help pdf describes the sequence needed.

Hey, good luck - it's a "win" worth working at - and a lot of fun as well! [it can also pay pretty damn good too, if your into that]

If you get bored - try the TF_LinGen V2 concept (verify what I'm trying to do there - the more eyes, the better).

SL


Attached Files
.pdf   Transverse_Flux_MachineA_Review_MOTORS.pdf (Size: 4.11 MB / Downloads: 16)
.pdf   _Study on permanent magnet transverse flux machine.pdf (Size: 8.38 MB / Downloads: 16)
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#36
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Sorry - I just couldn't help it ... (love these animations)...

Attached an animated "TFG_Z03_Example.gif" showing the "B" "H" and "J" interaction.

"J" is the [A/m^2] within the "induced" output loop coil (it's simply a wound coil that just 
'sits' inside the inducer "U" poles).  It's induced by the "B U poles" which, in turn, are 
magnetized by the two driven N & S coils which are fed by a current. 

Operation sequence: [Current feeds N & S Coils simultaeously - sets up a B field in the 
metal U cores (poles), which sets up a current (J [A/m^2] in the Output Loop].

Way too simple... but seems to work. Plus - Add more "U Pole cores" around the Loop to
increase the output.

Hopefully you can now see where the first few Project excercises were heading. Trying
to guess how many turns you needed, based on the "U pole" material, to get a usable
"B Tesla," even with a Gauss/Tesla meter, might be a challenge.


You could also use a "Sense Coil" and a "Scope" to examine both the "U poles" and the 
"Output Loop," as well. Or your Android Cell Phone with a Magnetometer App. - or, cal 
the phone  app from the AEDT results - might work (?).

Cool aye!     {Way too much info for one day!}    Have a good one...

SL

Appears animated gifs can't be attached, they don't seem to play or post. Will have to figure it out, sorry.
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#37
Since the gif animations would not post, here are a few links that might help
in understanding the TF concept and how its applied.

See the attachment. Hope this helps in understanding the principles involved.

SL

Appears that this forum doesn't allow posting a lot of file types - so be it!
This one is a pdf.  BTW, I post this stuff for free so don't expect me to bust
my ass trying to figure out a format that can be posted!

There are better things to spend time on - and yea, I'm pissed! Enough...


Attached Files
.pdf   Direct Drive Wind Turbine.pdf (Size: 38.44 KB / Downloads: 23)
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#38
So, all this systems need to use a power source all time or just for start ?
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#39
SL tell me what file extensions' you wish to attach, and I will look into adding that extension.
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#40
Hi Jim,

1. It would be nice to be able to EDIT an author post the next day. For example: above I used +/- 50mA but only
multiplied 50mA x 3.0V - correct answer should be 0.3 W, not 0.15W (not a big difference considering, with this,
you can still get xxx W out).

2. Animated "gif" (a native format from AEDT) and "rtf" (a native format from WordPad - however large WordPad
files can get big real fast, even when ziped - therefore a pdf for large files is probably better).

3. There are likely other formats that might be useful as well (e.g. native AEDT files). 

Anyway, sorry for the recent rant - some days you just need a few BEERS to take the edge off. I get too excited!

BTW; Tried a few posts at UFOpolitics forum (Overunity Machines) and I like the way it works, a lot! However,
it might be prudent to have two (2) or more forums available judging how the internet is working these days...

SL

Also, I won't respond to "classic" since it's a stupid question/comment.
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