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The Newman Motor Plans and Test by JLN 2

The Newman Motor Plans and Test by JLN 2

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The Newman's Energy Machine
By JL Naudin/M.David
created on 06-12-98 -
 JLN Labs
last update on 08-29-06
 All information and diagrams are published freely (freeware) and are intended  for a private use and not for a commercial application
The author assumes no liability for any incidental, consequential or other liabilityfrom the use of this information. All risks and damages, incidental or otherwise, arising from theuse or misuse of the information contained herein are entirely the responsibility of the user.Although careful precaution has been taken in the preparation of this material, I assume noresponsibility for omissions or errors in the diagrams or measurement datas published here.
The Joseph Newman's Machine full video( updated on 08-29-06 )
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 (updated 06-27-98)
No.Publication (Sec.) :WO8300963Date de publication :1983-03-17Inventeur :NEWMANJOSEPH W (US)Déposant :NEWMAN JOSEPH WNuméro original: WO8300963No. de depot:WO1981US0110519810828
No. de priorité :WO1981US01105 19810828Classification IPC :H02N11/00; H02K53/00Classification EC :H02K53/00, H02N11/00BBrevetscorrespondants :AU7583781, BR8109038,
A system for generating obvious work motion, or electromagneticenergy (fields offorce) or electric current utilizing the electromagneticenergy which makes upa matter and results in a greater output of energy, thanthe initial input of conventional energy means and teachings. A firstexemplary embodiment (Figure1) of the generator uses a contained fluid (117)surrounding a series of aligned magnets (120); while a second exemplaryembodiment (Figure 3) uses a special material (201) held stationary betweentwo static magnets (202, 203),the special material having its atoms alignedbut maintaining the resulting magnetic field at least substantially withinits boundary surface; while third and fourth exemplary embodiments (Figures 5and 6) utilize a relatively heavy coil (205) made up of relatively largediameter wire of relatively great length and number of loops and length and arelatively small energizing current to drive a rotatable permanent magnet(200).

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