[geeks] Yet another weird one...
wpointon at earthlink.net
Wed Apr 3 18:47:46 CST 2002
they must be from delft (sp ? ) -- the place famous for is fine china
--fff for what they have there is really a crock --- billp
On Wednesday, April 3, 2002, at 02:01 , Kris Kirby wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Apr 2002, David Passmore wrote:
>> The idea is pretty brilliant; instead of using kinetic motion, as is
>> done in
>> a regular generator (moving a coil across a magnetic field induces
>> current), this uses electricity to produce a magnetic field that
>> opposes the
>> field of a permament magnet, sort of like holding two magnets together
>> the same pole, they push each other apart. Well this field pushes the
>> magnetic flux of the permament magnet across an opposing coil, and
>> an electric current in it. Since it's not the flux itself but the
>> of it that creates the current, it has to be done in a short burst;
>> the switching you'll see if you read the patent, to produce a sort of
>> alternating current in two sets of input an output coils.
>> This is basically using the magnetic flux stored in a permanent magnet
>> as a
>> battery, and over time the magnet will lose its magnetic qualities.
> And just what town are they from?
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