• Thomsen Brogaard posted an update 1 year, 1 month ago

    A motionless electromagnetic generator is a type of magnetic generator which fits for the principle of "the first law of thermodynamics". The product can perform efficiently each time a load is applied without the using other external power sources. However the motionless electromagnetic generators were never verified and there are no known functioning prototypes.

    The generator largely resembles any standard transformer, with the exception of two actuator coils and permanent magnets

    included in the basic design. Inside generator set-up, there’s a pair of input and output coils extending in the magnetic core portions. A permanent magnet lies in the middle with the magnetic core also it furnishes lines of magnetic flux entering into the core material, which ends up in right and left magnetic paths. While a driving current via input coils cuts down on magnetic flux level from permanent magnets generated around input pair of coils.

    A magnetic filed moving would induce electrical in coils when the magnet is positioned between two plates of metal; the resulting magnet flux will be evenly placed. Here the magnet would work as flux battery and helps make the operation of set-up simple to work. Every time a current in induced with an input coil the magnetic flux would move towards one metal plate and results a general change in magnetic flux. The motionless electromagnetic generator core was made up of magnetic alloys because they have the capability to modify magnetic fluxes rapidly.

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