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Motionless Electromagnetic Generator

Motionless Electromagnetic Generator

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EE0109
MOTIONLESS ELECTROMAGNETIC GENERATOR
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Mr. Vijay Darshan Reddy
 
 Abstract:
This paper is written to introduce one of the revolutionary apparatus in the world of freeenergy / over unity devices, namely Motionless Electromagnetic Generator (MEG) [7].The major objective behind the invention of MEG is to design a magnetic generator in which the generation of electricity is accomplished without moving parts and moreover which eliminates a need for anexternal power source during it’s operation. In other words it is the objective to design a magneticgenerator for which the coefficient of performance (COP) is well over unity (COP>1), i.e. whichgives more output power than we inputted. In this paper, how these objectives are achieved isexplained with the help of first version of MEG.
Keywords:
Over unity devices, Coefficient of performance, MEG.
Conclusion:
This MEG is a revolutionary apparatus in the world of free energy, with which it overcomesthe world’s energy crisis.1. III/ IV B.Tech EEEVignan Institute of Technology and Science
 
1.Introduction:
The electrical energy needs of the world are increasing exponentially. At the same time, theworld’s oil supplies are peaking and will be gradually decreasing, while becoming ever moreexpensive to obtain. The easily foreseeable result is first a world energy crisis, now looming,followed by a world economic crisis as prices of transportation, goods, etc. increases. MEGcan resolve this crisis that is coming upon us. Not only MEG but With all free energy systemsand technologies, the increasing need for oil can be blunted and controlled, so that theeconomy levels off while at the same time additional electrical power is provided as needed.Some of the free energy technologies include Radiant energy/ Cold Electricity, Permanentmagnets, Mechanical heaters, Super efficient electrolysis, Cold Fusion etc. These processesproduce clean electrical power, do not require rivers, special conditions for windmills and solar cells, hydrocarbon combustion, or nuclear fuel rod consumption. They will provide clean(pollution free), cheap electrical energy anywhere, anytime, everywhere, and every time withno detrimental impact to the environment.
2. Permanent Magnets:
MEG operates in accordance with, very well known law in the electricalengineering literature, an extension of Faraday’s law, indicating that an electrical currentis induced within a conductor within a changing magnetic field, even if the source of themagnetic field is stationary
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Harnessing the invisible force called Magnetism has alreadychanged the world. It has given us electricity, radio, television, computers, and thousands of other things. But it’s greatest gift to mankind is yet to be realized. Magnetism can provide a source of inexhaustible, pollution-free energy. In the last 120 years, dozens of inventors have reportedsuccess in harnessing magnetism to produce excess mechanical energy, electricity, and heat. Withpermanent magnets getting stronger and cheaper, all the time more and more researchers areprobing the unknown properties of magnetism The device under consideration, MEG, also, utilizesthepermanent magnets to produce cop>1.0. Let us start our original discussion.
3 Principle of operation :
chieved is explained with the help of first version of MEG.
 
4 Construction andoperation :
From theabove, we can observethat this device works onthe principle of transformer rather thanon the principle of generator. Not only inthe principle but inconstruction also itresembles with atransformer. It consistsof a permanent magnet,two magnetic pathsexternal to thepermanent magnet,each of which extendsbetween the opposite poles of the permanent magnet, switching means for causing magnetic fluxto flow alternately along each of the two magnetic paths, one or more output coils in which currentis induced to flow by means of change in magnetic field within the device. See figure.1, for basicsetup of MEG. Fig.1, shows an electromagnetic generator including a permanent magnet, amagnetic core, first and second input coils, first and second output coils, and a switching circuit.The permanent magnet has magnetic poles at opposite ends. The magnetic core includes a firstmagnetic path, around which the first input and output coils extend, and a second magnetic path,around which the second input and output coils extend, between opposite ends of the permanentmagnet. The switching circuit drives electrical current alternately through the first and second inputcoils. The electrical current driven through the first input coil causes the first input coil to produce amagnetic field opposing a concentration of magnetic flux from the permanent magnet within thefirst magnetic path. The electrical current driven through the second input coil causes the secondinput coil to produce magnetic flux opposing a concentration of magnetic flux from the permanentmagnet within the second magnetic path. The essential function of the magnetic portion of anelectrical generator is simply to switch magnetic fields in accordance with precise timing. In mostconventional applications of magnetic generators, the voltage is switched across coils, creatingmagnetic fields in the coils which are used to override the fields of permanent magnets, so that asubstantial amount of power must be furnished to the generator to power the switching means,reducing the efficiency of the generator. In the present apparatus, the path of the magnetic fluxfrom a permanent magnet is switched in a manner not requiring the overpowering of the magneticfields. Furthermore, a process of self –initiated iterative switching is used to switch the magneticflux from the permanent magnet between alternate magnetic paths within the apparatus, with thepower to operate the iterative switching being provided through a control circuit consisting of components known to use low levels of power. With self switching, a need for an external power source during the operation is eliminated, with a separate power source, such as battery, beingused only for a very short time during start-up of the generator. For complete block diagram of MEG ,see figure.2.

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