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• Your info inpire me to build my third motor. I understund that stop braking (opposes)rotor due to lenz law, by early disconection of power draw, but i do not
Message 1 of 11 , Feb 6, 2009
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Your info inpire me to build my third motor. I understund that stop
braking (opposes)rotor due to lenz law, by early disconection of power
draw, but i do not understund how the produced recoil overvoltage,
broduce thust(second kick) on the rotor's magnets.
Could you please explain more to that point?
...I withdraw only from 42 deg to 46.2 deg. That will produce a
recoil when I stop drawing that opposes the magnet providing the
second kick to the rotor's magnets...

- In adamsmotor@yahoogroups.com, Russel Prier <russelp@...> wrote:
>
> Below is the article I was talking about earlier.
>
> It is very difficult to get an exact measurement of input and output of
> pulsed dc without fairly expensive test equipment but a close
> approximation can be got with a scope measuring the width of on time
and
> off time and average voltage during on time. The article below
explains
> how he was using the bemf or buck pulse to almost run his motor but the
> output he was using to run his office was not that but what he
collected
> and switched out of his coils with careful timing and possibly loading
> or matching impedances correctly on the output pulse. Aether energy is
> not like DC or AC power at all. it loves resistances, it is reversed
> in the way it works as it is negative energy as opposed to positive
> energy which DC and AC is. I am not talking voltage here but the
way it
> operates. AC and DC is entropic, aether or radiant energy is
> negentropic, ie. works the other way is constructive as opposed to
> destructive, works in reverse. The concept is difficult to explain and
> takes time to understand but it is very useful to read all you can
> it, you will find a few people know what they are talking about on
this
> subject and many dont. Robert Adams knew it better than most and
> certainly did not publish all he knew and I wish he had taught me much
> more before he died but we ran out of time there unfortunately.
>
>
>
> So you say that there is no free energy?
> So you say that all these inventors like Robert Adams are crackpots,
> on drugs or hallucinating?
> So you say you built one and it didn't produce more output than input?
> So you say there is no such thing as perpetual machines?
>
> So I say you are so wrong and I can prove it!
>
> History:
> I built many Adams motors and none of them worked. I didn't give up
> thought. I knew I was doing something wrong but I didn't know what
> exactly�
> Until,� I read the writings one more time and this time, I paid
> attention to what was being said.
>
> Now what?
> I finally got my sixth motor working and produced over 1200%
> efficiency! It is actually running my home office! Take that you oil
> companies! I finally found a way to screw you like you did me for
>
> So what is it that I was missing in seeing or doing?
>
> Like the rest of you, I concentrated on speed of the rotor rotation
> among other things.
> Here are the obvious points that Robert Adams insisted on;
> - Don't use Neo magnets if running under 120 volts.
> - Make your drive coils not less than 72 ohms total series
> resistance for >= 120 volts. 10+ ohms if running >= 12v. (the higher
> the voltage, the better the efficieny).
> - Your rotor must be perfectly balanced and as low friction as
> possible. Don't expect dramatic results if you put shit together from
> - Don't bother with systems running on less than 48 volts. The
> OU is so small you might miss it.
>
> Here is where you (and I ) went wrong;
> - Don't expect OU without generator coils. Adams motor is over
> unity in mechanical and NOT electrical means! Don't bother with the
> recoil voltage. I know it is fascinating, but that is well known and
> it's the basis for buck regulators. Just shunt it to the power source
> capacitors with an appropriate schottky diode even when using
> MOSFETs. That recovers most of your input energy > 95% but <100% due
> to losses.
> - Make the area of your generator coil's face, 4 time greater
> than your rotor's magnet diameter. i.e. if your magnets are 1" in
> diameter, make your gen core 2" in diam.
> - Here is the goodie. Draw from the generator coils ONLY at the
> appropriate times. My gen coils are 44.7 deg from the drive coils and
> I withdraw only from 42 deg to 46.2 deg. That will produce a recoil
> when I stop drawing that opposes the magnet providing the second kick
> to the rotor's magnets.
> - Don't pulse the drive coils until the rotor magnets are in
> register with the drive core. You get better rotor speed if you pulse
> before the magnets align the register (-7.25 deg) but the OU goes
> away.
> - I have 2 drive coils and 4 gen coils as per Dr. Adam's specs
> for a beginner's system. Since I am just a beginner, I go with that
> for now.
> - I short out the gen coils into a 2 ohm resistor submerged in
> water and measure the water's temp for power output for the initial
> eff calculations.
>
> They say that Dr. Adams does not have a real doctorate's degree. It's
> an honorary degree from a bullshit university in Sri Lanka.
> At this point, I don't care if he got his degree from a bubblegum
> machine. He will be a Doctor to me. It worked for me more than all
> the phony doctors from all the universities in the world put together.
>
> My strange findings;
> - The system (the whole thing) losses weight (weight before
> resonance = 4.56 kg, weight at resonance = 4.32 kg). This tells me
> that gravity is involved somehow!
> - My scopes (2 Tektronix automotive scopes which are used to
> voltages in upward of 15kv from spark plugs died completely-channel-
> by-channel, my computer about 3 feet away kept resetting or hanging
> during testing. All this happened while running at only 12 volts
> input!) I put the motor/gen system in a grounded steel-enclosed
> compartment and all is well now�)
>
> My system runs on PWM unregulated DC converted 120v power line. Input
> power is 27.6 watts/hr but the output power is 33.78 kw/h! I charge
> 12 banks of LA batteries.
> I have SOooo much more to learn now that I'm finally on the right
> track.
> I can't afford to publish my real personal info before the time is
> right. However, if u do your own experiments and find useful info not
> covered here, do like me and post. I will find it eventually.
> Good hunting and screw the \$4/gal gas.
>
• The coils need to have considerable resistance tha means quite a bit of inductance, therefore stored charge in the coils which gives things a second kick at
Message 2 of 11 , Feb 8, 2009
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The coils need to have considerable resistance tha means quite a bit of inductance,  therefore stored charge in the coils which gives things a second kick at switchoff.  Have you read any of the books that Robert put out some years back in which his torque angle graphs show this happening quite clearly.
• ... of ... What exactly is shown by the torque angle graphs of Robert? I don´t know either this graphs nor the books of Robert. Is it possible to put them
Message 3 of 11 , Mar 5, 2009
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--- In adamsmotor@yahoogroups.com, Russel Prier <russelp@...> wrote:
>
> The coils need to have considerable resistance tha means quite a bit of
> inductance, therefore stored charge in the coils which gives things a
> second kick at switchoff. Have you read any of the books that Robert
> put out some years back in which his torque angle graphs show this
> happening quite clearly.
>

What exactly is shown by the torque angle graphs of Robert? I don´t know either

this graphs  nor the books of Robert.  Is it possible to put them into the files?

• I cannot publish any of that stuff without getting permission from the trustees of the technology to do it. But what was shown was that for each magnet pass
Message 4 of 11 , Mar 5, 2009
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I cannot publish any of that stuff without getting permission from the trustees of the technology to do it.  But what was shown was that for each magnet pass of the coil you got 2 points where the rotor was accelerated,  once at the start of the pulse and again at the end of the pulse.  The books used to be available from NEXUS Magazine in Brisbane Australia but I dont know if they have any left now.

Regards Russel P.

fiatsemper wrote:

--- In adamsmotor@yahoogro ups.com, Russel Prier <russelp@...> wrote:
>
> The coils need to have considerable resistance tha means quite a bit of
> inductance, therefore stored charge in the coils which gives things a
> second kick at switchoff. Have you read any of the books that Robert
> put out some years back in which his torque angle graphs show this
> happening quite clearly.
>

What exactly is shown by the torque angle graphs of Robert? I don´t know either

this graphs  nor the books of Robert.  Is it possible to put them into the files?

• Russel I ordered and received my copy of the Adams Pulsed Motor Manual from Nexus Magazine in June 2008, go to www nexusmagazine.com has all the info
Message 5 of 11 , Mar 7, 2009
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Russel

I ordered and received my copy of the Adams Pulsed Motor Manual from

Nexus Magazine in June 2008, go to www nexusmagazine.com has all the

before he passed away.

Cheers, Bruce.

--- In adamsmotor@yahoogroups.com, Russel Prier <russelp@...> wrote:
>
> I cannot publish any of that stuff without getting permission from the
> trustees of the technology to do it. But what was shown was that for
> each magnet pass of the coil you got 2 points where the rotor was
> accelerated, once at the start of the pulse and again at the end of the
> pulse. The books used to be available from NEXUS Magazine in Brisbane
> Australia but I dont know if they have any left now.
>
> Regards Russel P.
>
>
> fiatsemper wrote:
> >
> >
> > --- In adamsmotor@yahoogroups.com, Russel Prier <russelp@> wrote:
> > >
> > > The coils need to have considerable resistance tha means quite a bit of
> > > inductance, therefore stored charge in the coils which gives things a
> > > second kick at switchoff. Have you read any of the books that Robert
> > > put out some years back in which his torque angle graphs show this
> > > happening quite clearly.
> > >
> >
> > *What exactly is shown by the torque angle graphs of Robert? I don´t
> > know either*
> >
> > *this graphs nor the books of Robert. Is it possible to put them
> > into the files?*
> >
> >
>
• So do I Bruce, I spent many hours with the man talking and learning from him but he would never give me the answers I had to work for them build motors test
Message 6 of 11 , Mar 7, 2009
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So do I Bruce,  I spent many hours with the man talking and learning from him but he would never give me the answers I had to work for them build motors test and experiment and show my results and then he would give me another clue as to what was next.  Unfortunately what I saw was very different technology from what was in his books so i was unable to refer back to his books to see where I had gone wrong especially after he died so suddenly and unexpectedly.  I had half the picture for something very different from anything else out there and no-one to ask as his wife did not understand it and anyone else who did was on the other side of the world or keeping there heads down.  And like any jigsaw you just keep thing and working at it and eventually some peices fall into place and that is why I saw that article by Maimariati I knew he was on to it to because he was saying the same things Robert used to say.  Also he was on the way to getting the same sort of efficiency.  All the best Russel P

bruce wrote:

Russel

I ordered and received my copy of the Adams Pulsed Motor Manual from

Nexus Magazine in June 2008, go to www nexusmagazine. com has all the

before he passed away.

Cheers, Bruce.

--- In adamsmotor@yahoogro ups.com, Russel Prier <russelp@... > wrote:
>
> I cannot publish any of that stuff without getting permission from the
> trustees of the technology to do it. But what was shown was that for
> each magnet pass of the coil you got 2 points where the rotor was
> accelerated, once at the start of the pulse and again at the end of the
> pulse. The books used to be available from NEXUS Magazine in Brisbane
> Australia but I dont know if they have any left now.
>
> Regards Russel P.
>
>
> fiatsemper wrote:
> >
> >
> > --- In adamsmotor@yahoogro ups.com, Russel Prier <russelp@> wrote:
> > >
> > > The coils need to have considerable resistance tha means quite a bit of
> > > inductance, therefore stored charge in the coils which gives things a
> > > second kick at switchoff. Have you read any of the books that Robert
> > > put out some years back in which his torque angle graphs show this
> > > happening quite clearly.
> > >
> >
> > *What exactly is shown by the torque angle graphs of Robert? I don´t
> > know either*
> >
> > *this graphs nor the books of Robert. Is it possible to put them
> > into the files?*
> >
> >
>

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