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Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:13 pm PostPost subject: Information given by Steorn
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OK, for the first post on this new forum I thought I would include a link to RunningBare's website where he, (with the help of John), has collected almost all the statements that Sean has made on the Steorn website. Simply click the link and then click the "Steorn" button in the menu. Enjoy! Very Happy

http://www-barefm.servehttp.com/


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Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:39 pm PostPost subject:
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Nice link WhiteLite.

For any newcomers here are some links to pictures and video's which include shots of their current prototype devices...

http://www.steorn.net/images/sean4_large.jpg
http://www.steorn.net/images/sean5_large.jpg

Sky news story (shows running machine):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNDIWY19gqA

An interesting article summarising how Steorn's discovery was made:
http://www.newenergytimes.com/Inthenews/2006Q2-4/Q3/THEHINDU-ScientistsWhoClaimFreeEnergy.htm

Im sure others can add to this list.
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Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:48 pm PostPost subject:
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Here's the link to the mp3 of Sean's interview with New Energy Times:

http://newenergytimes.com/Audio/2006Steorn-McCarthyFull-Aug24.mp3

Some good information here but it is long, (51 mins), file size is 8.73 Mb.

I've saved it if it disappears.
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Thu Oct 26, 2006 8:47 pm PostPost subject:
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Nice lot of stuff. I'll go through it when I'm feeling wide awake. Rolling Eyes

But now I'm going to get an early night for a change. Wink
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Just a quick hello and to say I made it!, hiya folks, lets hope things are a little easier to follow here Rolling Eyes
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Thu Oct 26, 2006 8:55 pm PostPost subject:
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Glad you could make it guys!
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Thu Oct 26, 2006 9:07 pm PostPost subject:
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Heres an important addition to the Steorn info thread...

http://archives.tcm.ie/businesspost/2006/05/21/story14326.asp

Its an article written before their OU claims (i think im right) stating their 'firmís products were based on the same principle as kinetic energy generators in watches'.
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Thu Oct 26, 2006 9:41 pm PostPost subject:
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Here is a very good thread at overunity.com about the Steorn device, and there are a couple more as well.

http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,1631.new.html#new
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Fri Oct 27, 2006 3:52 pm PostPost subject: Test device information
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Here you go folks, information on the test equipment in use as stated by Steorn.
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Steorn

Hi Drmike,

The encoder we use with this test arm is a Wachendorff WDG-58F-12-3600-ABN-124-L3. The encoder works in quadratic mode and hence the resolution is 3600 * 4 = 14,400

www.wachendorff.de

And the torque transducer is a HBM T20WN/1NM

http://www.hbm.com/
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Fri Oct 27, 2006 6:32 pm PostPost subject: Spread sheet with macro coutersy of romany
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http://steorn.yi.org:81/compex2.xls - about 15 megs

http://steorn.yi.org:81/testoverview.pdf - about 3 megs


Thanks romany!

P.S I've run the spread sheet and the macro is safe.
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Fri Oct 27, 2006 11:18 pm PostPost subject:
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Can anyone look at the pictures in the PDF file and figure out exactly where the rotating part that generates the effect is located? Where is the darn OU part?
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Sat Oct 28, 2006 9:14 am PostPost subject:
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Babcat, I believe the first picture in the pdf is just the testing device and doesn't include the thing that creates OU. From left to right I think the components are: the motor, the torque sensor, a braking assembly to simulate diferent dgrees of friction, the flywheel that lifts the weight, (the OU device would be here instead of the flywheel if they were testing the OU device), and then the angle sensor, (it measures the rotation of the shaft in degrees).

Hope that made sense.
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Sat Oct 28, 2006 6:57 pm PostPost subject:
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Whitelite,

That does indeed make sense. Thank you.
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Sun Oct 29, 2006 7:47 pm PostPost subject:
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Sean confirms LEMA is not used in Steorn's device:

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Hi Folks,

I know that a lot of people have been asking if LEMA part of our OU technology and if not what is it and why did we design it?

The answer is no, it is not part of the OU technology. As previously stated we have developed several anti-counterfeit technologies in the past, these technologies where developed for a client FraudHalt (you can see a quick overview of the technologies at http://www.fraudhalt.com/demos/)

As you can see both of these technologies have a very heavy optics involvement. Anyone who works with optics will know that you typically build prototypes on an optical bench.

So? Well optical benches use magnetic clamps - these type of clamp are turned on and off by moving a shield in front of the clamping magnet. LEMA was a concept to help reduce the force that the person using the clamp has to apply in the camping/unclamping of these types of devices.

Thanks,

Sean


Original post can be found here.
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Fri Nov 17, 2006 8:43 pm PostPost subject:
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I've compiled a list of statements relating to the magnets and tests/test rigs. Each statement has a reference/link to the forum post (made by Sean) from which the statement was generated.

Magnets
All magnets used are permanent magnets. [Reference]
None of the magnetic materials are soft. [Reference]
The magnets are directly connected to the measurement arm. [Reference]
The magnets have been connected to the measurement arm wheels. [Reference]
Usually Neodymium magnets are used, but different types may have been used. [Reference]

Tests (General)
Peak torque values are kept at 80% of the range of the torque sensor. [Reference]
Each measurement arm has a magnetic configuration on its wheel. [Reference]

Tests (OU)
OU requires angle and torque measurements on at least two measurement arms. [Reference]
One measurement arm performing a single revolution while the other remains static should generate energy unity. [Reference]
Two measurement arms moving around a closed loop may generate OU. [Reference]

Unclear
(The following quotes contain information that conflicts or is unclear compared to information from other forum posts. The italicized parts of the quote contain the information that is unclear or conflicting.)
"We need to be clear that OU is deemed to be impossible in either a static measurement arrangement or a dynamic arrangement. Static tests suffer small error rates than dynamic tests."
[Source of Quote] versus [Conflicting Reference 1] [Conflicting Reference 2] [Conflicting Reference 3]

"I will not be describing the configurations in detail, it is unclear to me how the configuration of the magnets on the measurement arm (assuming that they are rigidly fixed) affects the design of the arm (...)"
[Source of Quote] versus [Conflicting Reference 1]
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Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:43 pm PostPost subject:
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Once again Tyler, an superb contribution Very Happy

Some very important comments there which i have not read before. You must've clocked quite a bit of Steorn forum time there, hehe.
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Sun Nov 19, 2006 11:40 am PostPost subject:
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TylerD1,

Thanks VERY much for the contribution!

I still have a feeling the entire "OU" part of the setup is in the small white box on the test rig. I'm hoping if they update the flash presentation Monday we will learn more.
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Ha Ha--made you look.
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Make that a double Mr. Green
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