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  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Tue May 18, 2010 5:45 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX

Doesn't sound like very good permeability. You want stronger attraction, use materials with higher permeability and Bsat (saturation flux density). Pure soft annealed iron is good and there are some ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Mon May 17, 2010 7:31 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX
@OC

Thanks again for your input. I am not sure how well these paths are going to work yet, so will have to fabricate them up and see what happens.

The plan is to cut the paths in a laminated MDF ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Mon May 17, 2010 4:10 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX



Pole pieces can be shaped from high-permeability materials to "focus" and concentrate a magnetic field, and increase the flux density in a targeted space for greater attraction in that ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Sun May 16, 2010 4:24 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX



From what I have been studying lately, if you wind the horse shoe bar, bifilar, as in, if it takes 100 ft of wire to wind it normal, then 2 lengths of 50ft wound together, each turn side by side ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Fri May 14, 2010 3:29 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX



Best pull (field density) you can get is in the space directly between the poles.

To increase attraction, you can get a stronger magnet or use bars constructed from higher permeability materi ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 6:00 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX
Hi All

Is there a way of improving the pull between a Horse Shoe magnet and a steel bar? ie I need to increse the air gap between them and still have a pull.
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Wed Feb 24, 2010 5:17 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX
Hi Mags

Thanks for the heads up on the ferropoxy bars, might try some lamination's with ferropoxy between electrical steel sheet.
Sorry for late reply, been to the Big Smoke for a long get away we ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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Views: 31591

PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Thu Feb 18, 2010 12:43 am   Subject: Project MATRIX



I understand what you're saying, and when I study your drawing I can sorta get at an idea how the arrangement is supposed to work. But when I try to take all the fields and build a mental image ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 7:29 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX
Hi OC,

The two small magnets in the middle of the path, control the flux flow of all the other magnets in the system. There will be three of these units built into the rotor, as the rotor passes th ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 5:50 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX
OC,

This second stage path should generate a big enough magnetic jump to drive the rotor, well three of them might.

http://i1004.photobucket.com/albums/af168/MADPROF_03/RIMG3408.jpg
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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Views: 31591

PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 6:53 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX
Hi OC

Been shopping for Valentines Day, bought her a nice Bag & matching Belt, can't wait till tomorrow and she finds the Hover fixed. Laughing

Spot on it is a Parallel Path but using permanen ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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Views: 31591

PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 12:52 am   Subject: Project MATRIX
Magluvin,

Thanks for the info, when I read your Steorn theory I remembered about the Hilden-Brand Electromagnet Motor which sounds similar.
Matrix must NOT have coils and a power supply only Mags ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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Views: 31591

PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Fri Feb 12, 2010 6:23 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX
OC, Magluvin

This might be better

http://s1004.photobucket.com/albums/af168/MADPROF_03/
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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Views: 31591

PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Fri Feb 12, 2010 4:41 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX
Hi Magluvin & OC

MagMan your distributor description is very close, the pick up points are on the rotors edge and sections of different poled rails complete the OD. The reason I asked about a c ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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Views: 31591

PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Fri Feb 12, 2010 12:45 am   Subject: Project MATRIX
Hi Magluvin
Thanks for your input, I know very little about the Orbo and would like to keep it that way if possible.

Since the WhipMagII experiments and the Ball in a Bowl, a few things have been ...
  Topic: Project MATRIX
MADPROF

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Views: 31591

PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Thu Feb 11, 2010 5:39 pm   Subject: Project MATRIX
Been busy designing a new project, and have had to make some big changes to the original concept. I now have to have the control fields on the out side of the rotor instead of the centre. This has led ...
  Topic: Magluvins oven. Whats cookin?
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Sat Jan 30, 2010 7:57 pm   Subject: Magluvins oven. Whats cookin?
Magluvin, Harvey & OC

Thanks for your input, I need to read up on these points you have raised, I knew it wouldn't be easy but am convinced where there is the will the answer is not far behind. ...
  Topic: Magluvins oven. Whats cookin?
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Fri Jan 29, 2010 6:49 pm   Subject: Magluvins oven. Whats cookin?
Hi All

I've been designing a magnetic flux relay which pulls extra flux into each leg of the circuit as it travels to the edge of the rotor. Now at the prototyping stage and have a couple of questi ...
  Topic: WhipMag II
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Sat Jan 23, 2010 2:56 pm   Subject: WhipMag II


The dream was just a bunch of swirling and churning fields, nothing mechanical. But they didn't move smoothly. There were hesitations and jerks as if something was interfering with their rotation. ...
  Topic: WhipMag II
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 11:14 pm   Subject: WhipMag II
@OC

Whipmag 3 .... "The old latches and pivot ploy" Smile

Did your dream have latches ?

Why must the stator attract the rotor then repel it, pull in then push out ?

Why not ha ...
  Topic: WhipMag II
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:46 pm   Subject: WhipMag II
@MADPROF,

Are planning to go the eWhipMag route? Do you have any thoughts regarding WhipMag 3?

Glad to hear you have a life, wish I did.

OC

@OC

WhipMag 3 ? Been away so long.
  Topic: WhipMag II
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Wed Jan 20, 2010 5:33 pm   Subject: WhipMag II


I was beginning to think you had fallen off the edge of the earth. Missed you.

OC

Needed get my life back.

Harvey did a great job getting his WhipMag II going, pity it needed a motor, but ...
  Topic: WhipMag II
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Tue Jan 19, 2010 5:08 pm   Subject: WhipMag II
@ OC

All's well thanks...

Had Gammon Flu, well started as Swine Flu, but I'm curred now Laughing
  Topic: WhipMag II
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2010 4:32 pm   Subject: WhipMag II
Hi All,

Happy New Year. Cool

TTFN
  Topic: WhipMag II
MADPROF

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Views: 220035

PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Thu Apr 16, 2009 11:18 pm   Subject: WhipMag II
Hi OC

I just thought it would be easy to try some latching out on WhipMagII, and compare run down times looking for some improvement.

My whipmag has shown all but the main effect of Al's, rundow ...
  Topic: WhipMag II
MADPROF

Replies: 783
Views: 220035

PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Thu Apr 16, 2009 6:24 pm   Subject: WhipMag II
Hi All

Getting started on OC's latches at long last for WhipMagII, Mr. Green was going to use a light spring to drag the stators at set points, but have now decided to use a thin strip of mica ins ...
  Topic: reports from the front
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Tue Apr 14, 2009 4:16 pm   Subject: reports from the front
@Harvey

Shirley you remember the graphite powder in tuned skate board wheels. Green kryptonites were the dogs bollocks if I recall. Mr. Green
  Topic: Mylow Motor - A different claim of working PMM
MADPROF

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PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 11:33 pm   Subject: Mylow Motor - A different claim of working PMM
Cheers Harvey Wink
  Topic: Mylow Motor - A different claim of working PMM
MADPROF

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Views: 113106

PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 4:51 pm   Subject: Mylow Motor - A different claim of working PMM
@All

Knocked up a horse shoe magnet today using some neo's and some bits of steel I had around (far from perfect). It has a N & S poles which are steel pole pieces,
By using a control magnet I ...
  Topic: Mylow Motor - A different claim of working PMM
MADPROF

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Views: 113106

PostForum: WhipMag Discussion/Development   Posted: Thu Apr 09, 2009 12:12 am   Subject: Mylow Motor - A different claim of working PMM
@Harvey

Nice post Cool

I look at this problem by comparing a magnet to a battery, both have +/- poles.
A magnet does not do work and a battery does sod all if there is no circuit. Mr. Green

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