Norris 4 coil air core field design.

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• Years ago, in the building of a copper magnetic motor, I noticed the following from scoping out the signal made by rotating a magnet in the vicinity of a high
Message 1 of 1 , Oct 1 12:09 PM
Years ago, in the building of a copper magnetic motor,
I noticed the following from scoping out the signal
made by rotating a magnet in the vicinity of a high
induction coil,(air core)

1) When the magnet is rotated on the side of the coil,
as per Newman design, this represents a sort of
resonance. This is because the scoped induction signal
is in phase with the greatest amount of flux change
made by the magnet when it sweeps by the side of the
coil.

2) When the magnet is rotated in the polar area of the
coil, that coil then responds as an inductive
reactance would respond, in that there is a time lag
between when the flux change across the coil occurs,
and when it appears on the scoping. It "acts" like an
inductive reactance because the signal occurs 90
degrees out of phase with the voltage source, which in
this case is the flux change brought about by the
rotating magnet.

3) These observations were somewhat difficult to
ascertain with certainty, since they were only
observed visually, as to when the peak of the AC cycle
occured, vs the position of the magnet at that instant
of time.

4) The Polar design is the design made in technology
because it has the stronger torque when run as a
motor, not the scoped generator example being supplied
here.

5) The GREATEST mistake however is the assumption that
the polar model in of itself delivers the greatest
torque. When the polar model is combined with the side
model using 4 coils, we find that the strongest period
of torque has shifted from the polar area to the side
area. However to achieve this developement, a very
strange thing was noticed. we can wire up each set to
produce a clockwise rotation when acting
independently for each sets time to turn on by
commutation. But when the sets are BOTH turned on, the
vectors for each independent action DO NOT ADD, RATHER
THEY ARE SUBTRACTED! As a result of this when the
coils are wired polarity wise to what occurs by this
common sense of how each set acts independently, we
find that placing them in unison causes a "dead"
magnetic spot to occur when the magnet sweeps the
edges of the side coils. To cure this problem the side
coils are then connected oppositely in polarity to how
that set acts in isolation. When this is done, the
side sweeping action of the magnet then becomes the
strogest region of torque, stronger even then when the
magnet responds to the polar portion of the coils
during its rotation. This field coil arrangement is
then reffered to as "magnetic compression", since all
the polar and side coil endings in space are set to
produce identical north and south poles in repulsion.
Such a field coil arrangement when run as a scoped
generator signal then produces something similar to a
square wave, and not the usual sinusoidal.

6) Since the technique of making the side/polar coils
act in magnetic compression, has in of itself made the
side coils act oppositely to what would occur in their
actions when run in a solitary case, this in of itself
makes for a unique observation, that a magnet can be
rotated 360 degrees on an axle, without the necessary
reversal of polarity of field coils that all DC motors
employ by commutation. In place of this field
reversal, it is accomplished by magnetic compression
instead, by having the polar coils turn on for half of
the rotation, and turn off during the second half of
that rotation.

7) A testing of this principle using huge air core
coils produced a very weak rotation, due to the fact
that since the coils were so large, the time lag of
when the magnetic field occurs vs the voltage input
timing meant that the rpm of the magnet itself and the
necessary commutation of the polar coils interfered
rotated 90 degrees in its rotation before the polar
field coils had accomplished their full magnetic
compression, and had to be shut off again.

8) Testing of the magnetic field compression priciple
in miniature using neodymium magnets on a zinc axle
showed that similar actions can be procurred in
miniature. This should eliminate such said timing
problems, because now the field coils have thousands
of times less inductance, hence almost instantaneous
magnetic field appearance in space. However once the
magnet rotor achieves a certain rpm, these timing
problems may once again become problematic.

9) Since we have a set of polar coils that must turn
on and off during 50% of the rotation to demonstrate
the DC field coil principle, those coils could be
arranged in commutation to act as generators instead
of field coils in motor action during that portion of
rotation. Additionally for this design, a eight coil
arrangement driving two magnetic rotors would be
preferable. The 4 coil turn on of one side delivers a
much higher torque than the normal side coil action
made by only turning on those 2 side coils. In this
way a uniform torque during the majority of rotation
should be achievable. What we have here then is a
"hybrid" motor generator, in which during the 90%
uncommutated portions of rotation, we have 6 coils
turning the dual magnet rotors, and two coils acting
in their generator portions of delivery.

10) A mpeg of this field coil action, for the ordinary
commutation in which the field coils DO reverse
polarity, as the ordinary DC motor designs dictate was
made from tapings of the copper magnetic motor some 10
years ago. This takes about an hour to send over the
internet. I can send this to interested parties. The
tape shows about a 300 rpm of a 50 lb SrFe magnet
rotor for about a 70 watt draw. This may not sound
like free energy, but in fact the ordinary reactive
primary draw of the transformer with no load on the
secondary is also equivalant to the same 70 watts, if
we ignore the phase angle considerations. In other
words the power input does not "appear" to go up once
we have attached the load to the secondary of the
input transformer. Because of the fact of this unique
air core field coil arrangement producing a square
wave type signal when run backwards as a generator:
this implies that the back emf from the magnet rotor
once having reached its operational rpm is greater
than designs where the back emf appears as the normal
sinusoidal shape.

11) In light of the fact that this experimentation
took place over 10 years ago, I cannot guarantee the
accuracy of all the statements brought forth here, but
only recall the particulars brought forth from memory.
An example of this is the above statement, where other
considerations may apply, for example the fact that
the transformer load on the secondary via a 1000 volt
AC input saw a load of some 4000 ohms of 23 gauge
wire, so the amperage rise during operation should
exist, but was minimized by the special back emf
brought on by the square wave signature. I am now
slowly working to reproduce this same motor principle
in miniature, using NIB magnetic rotors. A winding rig
to make small 23 gauge field coils is being worked
out, and once the motor is resurrected in miniature, I
will be in a position to sell these small field coils
for others to make and built this principle for
themselves. In the meantime the only evidence I can
offer is the superior torque that was attained in the
making of the taping, showing the arrangement of these
field coils. Recall that Newman himself used smaller
gauges then 23 gauge in most of his models. Thus a 300
rpm rotation of a 50 lb magnetic rotor using 4 coils
of 23 gauge wire demonstrates the superior field
in the USA, I can make VHS tapings to send out via
mail, but I must charge a small amount for the time to
do this. These tapes would also contain other
significant research in other categories, and would
not just be about the copper magnetic motor. I would
probably have to charge about 10 dollars for tapings.

Sincerely Harvey D Norris

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