To cut to the chase I have been attempting to figure out the device which this German patent describes (https://patents.google.com/patent/DE102006054568A1/en). These are the main points:
- At present, electric power is generated by generators that convert mechanical energy into
electrical energy. It is characteristic of this type of induction that the magnetic field of the
induced current brakes the rotation of the rotor, resulting in that the generator more
mechanical energy must be supplied, the more current is generated.
- The object of the invention is to produce electrical energy, the magnetic field of the induction
coil only very small, ideally has no effect on the energy supplied to the generator more.
- the polarity of the magnetic field is not changed
- capacitors can be connected with coils to the phase shift of current and voltage to change or to
form resonant circuits.
- The apparatus for carrying out the above method according to the invention characterized by at
least two coils which generate magnetic fields, wherein the supplied into this coil voltage such
effect that a coil just has a maximum magnetic field while the other coil has a minimal or no
magnetic field , These coils are matched by its winding direction, the polarity and the time
course of the injected voltage that their magnetic fields that are coupled magnetically with at
least one other coil, that produce a rectified voltage, in this further coil wherein the magnetic
field of said further coil the they causing magnetic fields hardly, no longer opposes ideally.
- The method of the invention allows an induction of electric voltages, whereby the generated
energy of the applied energy is no longer or hardly counteracts this and consumed thereby.
- According to Lenz's law an induction voltage is always directed their cause counter, which
results in the inventive generator, that the magnetic field generated from the secondary coil at
the rise of the magnetic field generated by the first primary coil pair itself generates a magnetic
field whose polarity to the magnetic field of said first primary coil pair is directed against.
However, since the magnetic field of the second primary coil pair is being weak due to the
supply voltage, the magnetic field of the secondary coil is rectified to the magnetic field of the
second primary coil pair and therefore forms a common magnetic field with this what to leads
that the magnetic field of the first primary coil pair is not or hardly through the magnetic field
secondary coil is attenuated.
We have a closed core with two primary coils arranged in bucking mode (same poles adjacent) and a secondary coil between the primaries. The current is pulsed DC and phase shifted 90 degrees in one of the primaries (capacitor).
How does it work:
The magnetic fields in the primaries are continuously ebbing and flowing. If the magnetic field of primary A is increasing in strength then its partners magnetic field is declining in strength. Therefore the secondary forms one pole in opposition to the increasing magnetic field and the other pole is attempting to brake (attraction) the declining magnetic field.
The magnetic field in opposition to the growing magnetic field forms the cemf. The magnetic field in attraction with the declining magnetic field is against the cemf magnetic field. Over the course of a cycle sometimes the force of attraction is stronger, sometimes their the same and sometimes the force of repulsion is stronger. The net result being that they cancel each other resulting in the absence of cemf.
I would like to hear what others think. This originates from overunity.com. Somebody called Fernandez claims to have replicated this (or his interpretation) and gave out some hints as to how it was done. Unfortunately it hasn't got the interest I think it deserves.