- Jan 1, 1970
You just say that. You have never worked with a quadrupole magnet.
They cost 10s of thousands of dollars to have them custom built with
specifications for individual particle accelerators. I've looked into
If you know where I can score some on the cheap let me know. But I'm
workin on a way of building them myself. You have to position magnets
into a perfect circle inside of steel to hold them in place and keep
the magnetized energy uniform. The circle you need varies in
dimensions depending on the size and strength of the magnets. And the
quality and focus of the magnet is something that is very hard to
reproduce. My prototype didn't even spin right, when I rotated a
magnet underneath it like you see in the video.
But my experiment is all set to move forward, and you can make fun of
me if you want. But once the parts arive I'll upload another YouTube
video of the perpetual motion machine in action.
One magnet will be fixed to a low voltage 0.3v motore, which will turn
the other magnet attached to the 1.5v wind genereator. A capacitor
will run energy between the motor and generator. And we will see what
happens. I expect the motor to generate enough energy to power itself
because if I use the minimum strength the magnets need to rotate the
only friction created comes from the motors axis rotating in the air.
Anyway it will be fun to see how it works.
Yes, it will, and don't let anyone discourage you from conducting
Whether it's possible or not is something you'll find out for
yourself and, if it fails, at least you'll have tried and not let
someone else stop you from trying without at least giving it a shot.