So there is another thread explaining the dynamics of this idea which I think is important. but this thread is for the impatient people like myself to get our hands dirty experimenting..

This is a "Build Log" that other "BUILDS" may present data in. But this topic MAY NOT be used to post ideas and thoughts if you are not building it and showing your progress. And it "MAY NOT" be used to post other ideas.

Ok so I have several of these motors, but mostly F&P ones.

The goal is to create rotational output with rotational input. And this motor may be able to be used as the generator.

1. One model has 56 magnets with 42 coils.

2. The other has 48 magnets with 36 coils.

Here is what I see..

Take the factors of 56 and 42. Find the possible phases that are a multiple of the amount of magnets.

Model 56 magnets with 42 coils- Can make 1,2,or 14 which are multiples of 56

Take the factors of 48 and 36. Find the possible phases that are a multiple of the amount of magnets.

Model 48 magnets with 36 coils.- can make 1,2,3,4,6, or 12 which are multiples of 48

So we need to preserve the mirror phase for this to work. Or else it drags down.

Looking at the first one- ( 56 magnets with 42 coils.). We have no mirror phases. We have 2, but are missing 4. We have 14 but are missing 7. = No Good!

Looking at the Second one- ( 48 magnets with 36 coils.) All the mirror phases are preserved! 2 mirrors 4... 3 mirrors 6.. 6 mirrors 12..

Reasoning- We can complete the "Infinity Sign" on the output with either configuration- but the magnets on the rotor must be aligned correctly so then the mirror phase of the shrinking and growing align when the magnets are in the correct position to return the energy to the rotors rotation.

So not only do we need to ensure that the number of magnets on the rotor is a multiple of the number of coils in each phase, we have to also ensure the arrangement can produce the mirror phase to return the energy to the rotor when the coil is aligned with a magnet on the rotor.

This is a "Build Log" that other "BUILDS" may present data in. But this topic MAY NOT be used to post ideas and thoughts if you are not building it and showing your progress. And it "MAY NOT" be used to post other ideas.

Ok so I have several of these motors, but mostly F&P ones.

The goal is to create rotational output with rotational input. And this motor may be able to be used as the generator.

1. One model has 56 magnets with 42 coils.

2. The other has 48 magnets with 36 coils.

Here is what I see..

Take the factors of 56 and 42. Find the possible phases that are a multiple of the amount of magnets.

Model 56 magnets with 42 coils- Can make 1,2,or 14 which are multiples of 56

Take the factors of 48 and 36. Find the possible phases that are a multiple of the amount of magnets.

Model 48 magnets with 36 coils.- can make 1,2,3,4,6, or 12 which are multiples of 48

So we need to preserve the mirror phase for this to work. Or else it drags down.

Looking at the first one- ( 56 magnets with 42 coils.). We have no mirror phases. We have 2, but are missing 4. We have 14 but are missing 7. = No Good!

Looking at the Second one- ( 48 magnets with 36 coils.) All the mirror phases are preserved! 2 mirrors 4... 3 mirrors 6.. 6 mirrors 12..

Reasoning- We can complete the "Infinity Sign" on the output with either configuration- but the magnets on the rotor must be aligned correctly so then the mirror phase of the shrinking and growing align when the magnets are in the correct position to return the energy to the rotors rotation.

So not only do we need to ensure that the number of magnets on the rotor is a multiple of the number of coils in each phase, we have to also ensure the arrangement can produce the mirror phase to return the energy to the rotor when the coil is aligned with a magnet on the rotor.