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Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Chris, Dec 26, 2005.

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  1. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    No, it is C++ or better, C#.
  2. default

    default Guest

    Troll bait.
    OK there is no magnetic field. It follows that there is no need for
    high permeability materials. Why use any ferrite? There is no field.
    There will always be some "designer iron" (magnetic material) that
    will do a better job than what is currently used. The reason for
    using iron: it is inexpensive and does the job well.

    Super conductors with rotors running in vacuum with magnetic
    non-contact bearings might be the pinnacle of efficiency, but until
    the minor kinks are worked out we have iron, copper and ball bearings.
  3. Chris

    Chris Guest

  4. Chris

    Chris Guest

    Quantum mechanics is entirely electrostic, magnetism is not mentioned.
    Solenoids are not involved in electric motors.

    The mechanism of solenoids is a quantum mechanical effect involving photons.

    Try Fineman (pity he died).

    Use it in mutual and self inductance.

    I wonder where Maxwell went? May he rest in peace.

  5. Chris

    Chris Guest

    Quantum Mechanics does not mention magnetism only electrotatic forces are
    Solenoids are not involved in electric motor design.

    Mutual and Self Inductance are quantum mechanical effects invoving photons
    inside the solenoid. Think of Fyneman.

    The acceletarion of charges generates photons according to hf where the
    frequency of the sinusoid exciter if f and h plancs constant. The number of
    photons is the energy of the sinusoid devided by hf.

    These photons are emitted and absorbed during the cycle making inductance.

    When a solenoid is subjected to a step functon then the photons have a
    distribution of frequency similar to a radiating black body (see planck who
    worked out the messy equation) and are re-absorbed at the same time causing
    the effect of inductance.
  6. Chris

    Chris Guest

    These motors were about to be made by Maia Beloscar's company before she was
    brutally and forcibly leucotomised by psychiatrists on prime time TV for no
    reason that I can fathom out at all.
  7. Irrelevant argument. Whether or not you "believe" in magnetic fields
    your ferrite will feel the reaction forces from applying forces to the
    rotor; it simply can't be as strong as iron.

    Mark L. Fergerson
  8. Chris

    Chris Guest

    Irrelevant argument. Whether or not you "believe" in magnetic fields
    The forces involved are only on the conductors the high permeability
    material only increases the force between conductors. The hi u materal does
    not have any mechanical force on it.

  9. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

  10. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    ["Followup-To:" header set to sci.electronics.]
    there will be forces on the high permeability material
    they may not be useful forces (probably much of the force will be radial -
    I haven't given it a whole lot of thought), but there will be forces present.

    if you don't beleive me compare the behavior of sand and iron filings around
    a running motor.

  11. Chris

    Chris Guest

    there will be forces on the high permeability material
    I suppose so. These things are quite complicated.

  12. Chris

    Chris Guest


    I've sent in my patent application, it might be accepted. It will be some
    time before I hear but I may find my old employer has already made his

    I doubt if it is original as there is nothing new.

  13. Tumbleweed

    Tumbleweed Guest

    Yep you cant even patent a warp drive someone did that already
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