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as shown in diagram(s) Decided [Stainless Steel; Rubber Cork; Copper; Soft Iron; Carbon Brush; Permanent Magnet] Strength (& need to know Qualities) Ty // St // Known

Material Stainless Steel Yield Strength 30,000 to 35,000 (psi) Ultimate Strength 85,000 to 90,000 (psi) Young Modulus E = 29 Mega psi Shear Modulus S = 12 Mega psi Bulk Modulus B = 23 Mega psi

Permanent Magnet Type Remanence (Mr) Magnetic Field Strength Or Magnetic Flux Density Coercivity (Hci) Magnet Resistance to Demagnetization Energy Product (BHmax) Magnetic Energy Density Curie Temperature (Tc) Temperature at which Magnet loses Magnetism Density

Samarium-Cobalt (SmCo₃) 0.8 – 1.1 Tesla (T)

Neodymium-Iron-Boron (Nd₂Fe₁₄B) : Sinistered; NeoMagnet 1.0 – 1.4 T

600 – 1,200 Kilo Amperes per Meter (kA/m) 120 – 200 Kilo Joules per Cubic Meter (kJ/m³) 720 Degree Celsius ( C) ̊ 8.2 – 8.4 Gram per Cubic Centimeter (g/cm³) 150 Newton per Square Millimeter (N/mm²) 800 N/mm² 35 N/mm² 86 x 10ˉ⁶ Ohms per Centimeter Ω/cm

750 – 2,000 kA/m

200 – 440 kJ/m³

310 – 400 C ̊

7.3 – 7.5 g/cm³

Flexural Strength Compressive Strength Tensile Strength Electrical Resistivity

250 N/mm² 1,100 N/mm² 75 N/mm² [110 – 170] x 10ˉ⁶ Ω/cm

Typical Refrigerator Magnet = 50 Gauss; Small Iron Magnet = 100 Gauss; Neo-Magnets = 2,000 Gauss 1Tesla (T) = 1Weber per Square Meter (Wb/m²) = 10,000Gauss; 1Gauss = 0.0001Maxwell per Square Meter = 1 x 10ˉ4 Max/m²

For INFINITUM with Magnetic Levitation/Repulsion between its BSJ Quarters and ABC Size/Volume // Si // Computed

A Cylinder = 0.653536cm³ ABC Cylinder = 0.201cm³; ABC Magnet = 0.7cm3 ABC Cork = 1.8cm3 ABC Metal to ABC Cylinder = 0.5cm3 S Cylinder = 37.16cm³ or 15.17cm³ preferably BSJ Cuboids = 2.5cm³ BSJ Socket-Joint-Metal-Block = 2.4cm³ BSJ Socket-Joint-Magnet = 2.1cm³ BSJ Socket-Joint-Cork = 5.5cm³ BSJ Socket-Joint-Cork = 5.5cm³ PMC = 8cm³ PM = 8cm³

Decided as shown in diagram(s) &

Weight // We // known Si

Computed with known Density of Ty &

**-Density of Stainless Steel = 7.8g/cm³; -Density of Rubber Cork = 0.24g/cm³; -Density of Neo-Magnet = 7.5g/cm³
**

A Cylinder = 5g ABC Cylinder = 1.5g ABC Magnet = 5.25g ABC Cork = 0.432g ABC Metal to ABC Cylinder = 3.9g S Cylinder = 118.326g BSJ Cuboids = 19.5g BSJ Socket-Joint-Metal-Block = 18.72g BSJ Socket-Joint-Neo-Magnet = 15.75g BSJ Socket-Joint-Cork = 1.32g PMC = 1.92g PM = 60g

BSJ Quarter = 2(19.5)+18.72+15.75+1.32+2(1.92)+2(60) = 198.63g = 0.19863kg/0.19kg ABC+A+S = [1.5+3(5.24)+3(0.432)+3(3.9)]+4(5)+2(118.326) = 286.868g = 0.286868/0.28kg Operation of INFINITUM Electric Bell Hammer (on BSJ) Strike FORCE (eF) second = 2.56N) BSJ Vibration/Oscillation FREQUENCY (bf) = 0.003m/0.3cm PM Motion/Oscillation FREQUENCY (pf) 0.012m/1.2cm Induced Current FREQUENCY (if) [preferably] = x Newton/N (BSJ Quarter x v/1 = y Hertz/Hz; = 1,125 Hz; Amplitude/A = z Hz; = 1,125 Hz; Wavelength/λ = Period/T = 0.0008888 Seconds/s; = a Hz; = (N/60) x (p/2); 60 Hz

p = Number of Poles/Permanent Magnets; 2 [preferably] N = Rotor SPEED; 3,600 Revolutions per Minute/rpm

(S, A, ABC) Rotor SPEED (rS)

**= b rpm; 13.5 Meters per Second: m/s
**

E = Blv; E = E.M.F./Voltage Produced = e Volts (V); l = Length of Conductor = l Meters (m); v = Rotor SPEED = v Meters per Second (m/s); B = Magnetic Field Strength = B Tesla (T) = 1 T; Angular Velocity (AV) = N x 2πrad/60s;

Linear Velocity (v) = Radius x AV; AV = 3,600 x 2 x 3.142/60 = 377rad/s; Radius of S = 3.6cm/0.036m; v = 0.036 x 377 = 13.5m/s; l = 2πr x Number of SC (#); r = 0.013m; # = 70; l = 2 x 3.142 x 0.013 x 70 = 5.7m; E = 1 x 5.7 x 13.5 = 77V; Resistance (R) = 3.5 Ohms/Ω *preferably*; Current (I) = E/R = 77V/3.5Ω = 22 Amperes/A; Power (P) = IV = 22A x 77V = 1,694 Watts/W; P = 1.5 Kilo Watts/kW; P per INFINITUM (P/I) = 1.5kW x 2 = 3kW

ABC to BSJ Magnetic Repulsion FORCE (rF) = c N (rF is determined by Neo-Magnet B and perhaps v) For INFINITUM with ABC as Metal Sphere, and BSJ Socket-Joint as (curved) Metal-Block Size/Volume // Si // Computed

A Cylinder = 0.653536cm³ ABC = 28.73cm3 S Cylinder = 15.17cm³ preferably BSJ Cuboids = 2.5cm³ BSJ Socket-Joint-Metal-Block = 7cm³ PMC = 8cm³ PM = 8cm³

Decided as shown in diagram(s) &

Weight // We // known Si

Computed with known Density of Ty &

**-Density of Stainless Steel = 7.8g/cm³; -Density of Rubber Cork = 0.24g/cm³; -Density of Neo-Magnet = 7.5g/cm³
**

A Cylinder = 5g ABC = 224.13g S Cylinder = 118.326g BSJ Cuboids = 19.5g BSJ Socket-Joint-Metal-Block = 54.6g PMC = 1.92g PM = 60g

BSJ Quarter = 2(19.5)+54.6+2(1.92)+2(60) = 217.44g = 0.21744g/0.21kg ABC+A Cylinder +S Cylinder = [224.13+4(5)+2(118.326) = 480.782g/0.48kg Operation of INFINITUM Electric Bell Hammer (on BSJ) Strike FORCE (eF) second = 2.835N) BSJ Vibration/Oscillation FREQUENCY (bf) = 0.003m/0.3cm PM Motion/Oscillation FREQUENCY (pf) 0.012m/1.2cm Induced Current FREQUENCY (if) [preferably] = x Newton/N (BSJ Quarter x v/1 = y Hertz/Hz; = 1,125 Hz; Amplitude/Am = z Hz; = 1,125 Hz; Wavelength/λ = Period/T = 0.0008888 Seconds/s; = a Hz; = (N/60) x (p/2); 60 Hz

p = Number of Poles/Permanent Magnets; 2 [preferably] N = Rotor SPEED; 3,600 Revolutions per Minute/rpm

(S, A, ABC) Rotor SPEED (rS)

**= b rpm; 13.5 Meters per Second: m/s
**

E = Blv; E = E.M.F./Voltage Produced = e Volts (V); l = Length of Conductor = l Meters (m); wire thickness (t) = 0.1cm v = Rotor SPEED = v Meters per Second (m/s);

B = Magnetic Field Strength = B Tesla (T) = 1 T; Angular Velocity (AV) = N x 2πrad/60s; Linear Velocity (v) = Radius x AV; AV = 3,600 x 2 x 3.142/60 = 377rad/s; Radius of S = 3.6cm/0.036m; v = 0.036 x 377 = 13.5m/s; l = 2πr x Number of SC (#); r = 0.013m; # = 70; thickness = 0.1cm l = 2 x 3.142 x 0.013 x 70 = 5.7m; E = 1 x 5.7 x 13.5 = 77V; Resistance (R) = 3.5 Ohms/Ω *preferably*; Current (I) = E/R = 77V/3.5Ω = 22 Amperes/A; Power (P) = IV = 22A x 77V = 1,694 Watts/W; P = 1.5 Kilo Watts/kW; P per INFINITUM (P/I) = 1.5kW x 2 = 3kW

ABC to BSJ Quarter(s) Strike FORCE (rF) Cylinder] x v/1 second = 6.48N)

= c N ([ABC+A Cylinder+S

‘rationale’ and synopsis. Attached to INFINITUM is an electric bell with four hammers to strike the four BSJ Cuboids with a Force of eF. There are four BSJ Cuboids; two above and two below the BSJ Socket-Joint-Metal-Block. The BSJ Quarters then VIBRATE at bf. The PMC Absorbs the Vibration to protect the PM, while both PMC and PM oscillate/move at pf. Knowing the desired if, N is determined by the formula to compute if for a twopole/phase Alternating Current electric power generator. With S Cylinder (and A Cylinder, and ABC) as Rotor of the electric power generator, half the length of S Cylinder is -Radius of S. So knowing N and Radius of S, and using the AV to v conversion formula, we compute the AV and rS/v of the S Cylinder, A Cylinder, and ABC, which rotate simultaneously, as the Rotor of the electric power generator. Knowing B and v, we compute E which is the product of B, v and l (with determinants r and #). Knowing the desired resistance of the resistor(s) in use, I is determined, as well as P which is the product of E and I. P/I increases by 2n⁶ per size ratio of 1:n, being Radius of S, #, and r would increase by n, thus v increases by n, and l increases by n², then E increases by n³ and, I increases by n³, therefore P increases by n⁶. With eF being the product of the //We// of BSJ Quarter and v per second (moment/instant), we also determine rF as the product of v per second, and the //We// of [ABC+A Cylinder+S Cylinder].

Since we want 60 Hertz (Hz) as the frequency of the current induced (if) in the solenoid made to rotate between (and by) two opposite poles of two (oscillating) permanent magnets (PM); we then compute the speed of rotation of the solenoid being the rotor in this power generator. This speed is first computed in revolutions per minute (rpm), being 3,600 rpm (N), and with half the length of the solenoid as radius of the rotor (Radius of S), we compute the angular velocity (AV) of the rotor in radians per second (rad/s), before we compute the linear velocity of the rotor (rS or v) in meters per second (m/s). Knowing the radius of the circular ends of the solenoid cylinder (r), and the thickness (t) of the wire used as coils, we compute the number of coils (#) and the full length of the wire in meters (l). Knowing the magnetic field strength (B) of the two oscillating permanent magnets, the velocity of the rotor (v), and the length of the wire (l), we then compute, in volts (V), the electromotive force (E or E.M.F.) of the current induced in the solenoid by the magnetic field flux of the two oscillating permanent magnets. We then compute, in amperes (A), the current (I) induced based on the resistance of the wire and the resistance of the resistors we use, in Ohms (Ω). With the current (I) and electromotive force (E) known we then go on to compute, in watts (W), the power (P) generated by the current induced. With two of such generators as one INFINITUM, we compute power produced per INFINITUM (P/I) as double of (P). Knowing (v) of the rotor, when it hits the Ball and Socket Joint (BSJ), we then know the approximate speed at which the BSJ (and thus the PMC* and PM*), consequently, oscillates, no more than 0.003m back and forth (Am) covering 0.012m (λ) back and forth, for 1,125 times per second (1,125Hz). [PMC* = Permanent Magnets Casings; and PM* = Permanent Magnets] And knowing v, which is approximately the speed at which the BSJ Quarters oscillate, we can then compute eF as the product of the //We// of BSJ Quarter and v per second (moment/instant), while we also determine rF as the product of v per second, and the //We// of [ABC+A Cylinder+S Cylinder] or we compute rF as the product of v and the //We// of ABC alone. With //St// constant, while retaining the //Sh//, //Po//, and //Ty// of INFINITUM parts, we could adjust the //We// and //Si// of INFINITUM parts, especially ABC and S Cylinder [simply by making the ABC hollow and increasing the hollow of S Cylinder]. And with such adjustments of the //Si// and //We// of these parts, we can adjust the efficiency & Operation of INFINITUM, especially the eF and rF aspects of the Operation of INFINITUM.

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