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  • #31
    Originally posted by brodonh View Post
    Hi Faraday88,
    Glad to hear from you.
    Are you feeling better?

    60lbs of trifiler #18 wire.

    I don't want to buy more #18 wire because I plan to use what is on the this Newman coil for another project.

    I was mistaken about having 100lbs of #18 wire, only 60.

    I'll get 100lbs of smaller gauge wire and replace the #18. (5-filer)

    I'm planning the bigger motor now and I'll reuse the smaller gauge wire for that coil.

    With fresh batteries I'm running @ about 325rpm.

    bro d
    Hi Brod,
    Thanks for your wishes!! yes i have recovered form from quite a long viral sickness!! I have mailed you regarding the Capacitors..looks like you just have to use a combination of a series and Parallel Capacitors of the value of what you already have, also you may have to add more Mass (Coils turns) for the Batteries Voltage you are using (108V) to cope up the Impedance problem..that will drian the batteries alot slower than it is doing now..
    Best Regards,
    Faraday88.
    'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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    • #32
      Put the 3 strand windings in series and the motor runs better at 50% less amp draw, down to 100ma regardless of the voltage.

      Increased torque.

      bro d

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      • #33
        Hi All,
        I was curious regarding a custom 4inch long mag idea, so I drew it up with cad 2D and ask the Super magnet man web site to estimate.
        .

        QTY: 1 set magnetized in pairs.
        Unit price: $1500.00/set.
        Fedex shipping cost:$110.00
        Lead time: about 40-45 days

        We Win!

        bro d

        PS - I would only need 6 pairs for the conference build sheet version.
        From past experience I believe that one would need 5/8" space between mags on the shaft (lengthwise).
        Attached Files
        Last edited by brodonh; 03-07-2018, 04:30 PM.

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        • #34
          My small newman runs comfortably @1000rpm, 650v, 80-120mA, no load.
          This is from a pwr supply rather than small batts.
          Had to stabilize the brass strip brushes at the tops.
          Looking to run load with belt or direct.
          Have 100lbs of 28gauge wire coming from baewire ebay. He's in Florida.
          Best prices.
          Will replace the 18gauge with the #28 and see if I can get the batts to stay charged.

          Are we having fun?!

          bro d

          On 2nd thought,
          not enough wire to do significant work with the Newman effect.
          Mainly a load does not stress the commutator under this effect.
          MUCH MORE WIRE!
          bro d
          Last edited by brodonh; 03-09-2018, 04:41 AM.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by brodonh View Post
            My small newman runs comfortably @1000rpm, 650v, 80-120mA, no load.
            This is from a pwr supply rather than small batts.
            Had to stabilize the brass strip brushes at the tops.
            Looking to run load with belt or direct.
            Have 100lbs of 28gauge wire coming from baewire ebay. He's in Florida.
            Best prices.
            Will replace the 18gauge with the #28 and see if I can get the batts to stay charged.

            Are we having fun?!

            bro d

            On 2nd thought,
            not enough wire to do significant work with the Newman effect.
            Mainly a load does not stress the commutator under this effect.
            MUCH MORE WIRE!
            bro d
            Hi brod,
            The 'Newman effect' will not show up unless you have the right geometry of the coils configured..next is the commutator should 'break' and at the same time 'take' the kick backs from the coils into the source batteries in series..
            it is a bad idea to use power supply as the source.. it will get damaged for sure because of the kick backs, but Batteries just need them if properly subjected!!
            Rgds,
            Faraday88.
            Last edited by Faraday88; 03-12-2018, 10:19 PM. Reason: inclussion
            'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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            • #36
              H Faraday88,
              I did a lot with these motors and same type of Generator back in '7 or so.
              I see now that they are Newman ripoffs and I never had enough wire.
              I cannot speak highly of the gentleman that sells the plans.
              His pic attached.

              link to overview of what i did with the fuelless motor and gen:

              https://www.dropbox.com/s/k52onz54r1...0load.WMV?dl=0

              Need to down load from dropbox and then view with reduced size for clarity.

              My small Newman motor behaves alot like the fuelless motors did. I'm convinced that when the larger one is done with 200lbs of wire we will have desirable results.
              I'm continuing to make commutators and I sent my shaft for the large one to a machinist because it is too long for my equipment. I can do about 35" but this one is 45" ttl L.

              I don't think like an engineer so it seems to me that enough wire to lower the amp draw to 50mA or less and significant power is the objective.
              I hear you regarding batteries but I don't want to keep using them up because they won't charge with the present amount of wire.



              bro d
              Attached Files
              Last edited by brodonh; 03-14-2018, 05:46 AM. Reason: add link

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              • #37
                Originally posted by brodonh View Post
                H Faraday88,
                I did a lot with these motors and same type of Generator back in '7 or so.
                I see now that they are Newman ripoffs and I never had enough wire.
                I cannot speak highly of the gentleman that sells the plans.
                His pic attached.

                link to overview of what i did with the fuelless motor and gen:

                https://www.dropbox.com/s/k52onz54r1...0load.WMV?dl=0

                Need to down load from dropbox and then view with reduced size for clarity.

                My small Newman motor behaves alot like the fuelless motors did. I'm convinced that when the larger one is done with 200lbs of wire we will have desirable results.
                I'm continuing to make commutators and I sent my shaft for the large one to a machinist because it is too long for my equipment. I can do about 35" but this one is 45" ttl L.

                I don't think like an engineer so it seems to me that enough wire to lower the amp draw to 50mA or less and significant power is the objective.
                I hear you regarding batteries but I don't want to keep using them up because they won't charge with the present amount of wire.



                bro d
                Hi Bro d,
                First of all, a loud aploud for your efforts and an impressive set up of the Motor video in the drop box. I salute your wisdom and yes you NEED NOT have to be a trained Engineer to tinker with these things.. Engineering is built-in to a natural tinkerer... rest is all Synchronicity!!
                Use Non-Polarized(MPP/Metalized polyproplyne/Polycarbonate20180314_203622[1].jpg20180314_203622[1].jpg) 'Self-healing'(SH) Capacitors (like the Oil filled High-Voltage Capacitor used in microwave oven ect.)
                The inclussion of a Capacitor parallel to the coil will reduce the sparking at the commutator. and this will provide a gain in the torque in the motor as well..
                Keep up the spirit of great work!!
                Best Regards,
                Faraday88.
                'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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                • #38
                  This video opened my eyes as to what exactly makes the newman motor work. Long but well worth it.

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6H3RymQC7g

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Ahargis75 View Post
                    This video opened my eyes as to what exactly makes the newman motor work. Long but well worth it.

                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6H3RymQC7g
                    Indeed!! the Magnet orientation is applicable to the SG machine as well...the crux of the interaction between a Magnet and an 'unidirectional' coil is to make the 'Inside'(towards the Bloch wall) and 'Outside'( towards the poles) flipp their places because that makes each palces accessable appropriately ...i have mentioned it in the Thread John Bedini's Magnetic Field Model just my 2 cents for the understanding... great video i must say..and good explanation by Ross!!
                    Rgds,
                    Faraday88.
                    'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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                    • #40
                      conference build from sheet

                      Keepin' on with the project

                      Talked to Geoffrey and have to make adjustments.

                      Link to to pics and vid of partial construction.

                      https://www.dropbox.com/sh/o8mn4yf94...pW0XFT1ca?dl=0

                      vid: doubler under load is from previous work. For clarity it has to be down loaded and viewed with smaller screen.

                      bro d
                      Last edited by brodonh; 04-13-2018, 11:40 AM.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by brodonh View Post
                        Keepin' on with the project

                        Talked to Geoffrey and have to make adjustments.

                        Link to to pics and vid of partial construction.

                        https://www.dropbox.com/sh/o8mn4yf94...pW0XFT1ca?dl=0

                        vid: doubler under load is from previous work. For clarity it has to be down loaded and viewed with smaller screen.

                        bro d
                        Superb! and very impressive..especially your spool winding jig
                        Rgds,
                        Faraday88.
                        'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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                        • #42
                          Hi All,

                          New vid of 200 pounder Newman motor smoke test.

                          USE DROP BOX LINK IN PREVIOUS POST #41

                          Talked to Geoff Miller and he was very glad to see it running in the vid.

                          He was pleased with the accuracy of the build and explained that there is a lot to be done for enhancement.

                          bro d
                          Last edited by brodonh; 06-21-2018, 06:06 AM.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by brodonh View Post
                            Hi All,

                            New vid of 200 pounder Newman motor smoke test.

                            USE DROP BOX LINK IN PREVIOUS POST #41

                            Talked to Geoff Miller and he was very glad to see it running in the vid.

                            He was pleased with the accuracy of the build and explained that there is a lot to be done for enhancement.

                            bro d
                            Great to hear Sir!!!
                            keep up the spirit of Scientific inquiry!!
                            shall check the drop box
                            Best Regards,
                            Faraday88.
                            'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by brodonh View Post
                              Keepin' on with the project

                              Talked to Geoffrey and have to make adjustments.

                              Link to to pics and vid of partial construction.

                              https://www.dropbox.com/sh/o8mn4yf94...pW0XFT1ca?dl=0

                              vid: doubler under load is from previous work. For clarity it has to be down loaded and viewed with smaller screen.

                              bro d
                              Congratulations very interesting your work, how many rpm and torque you achieved, how much current consumption

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Alexelec View Post
                                Congratulations very interesting your work, how many rpm and torque you achieved, how much current consumption
                                Hi,

                                The Newman Motor is a combination of both the Speed and the Torque. You can scale it any level to your appalication. It can be a toy scale or a building scale. you name the application it caters it.
                                Rgds,
                                Faraday88.
                                'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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