Institute of New Energy INE Conference

As well as Mr Aspden's contribution, this conference marks an important inflection point in the history of the Adams motor, because for the first time a group of educated men discussed the device, and several real motors were brought to the conference, attempting to replicate the over-unity performance. However, sadly none of the motors present were of sufficient engineering quality to manifest the elusive over-unity effect, and one must lament the missed opportunity this conference represented. As a matter of historical record, photos of some of the machines present are included in this document. These are among the earliest attempts to replicate the Adams motor.

The spindle motor (my nickname).

The plastic motor (my nickname).

Saucer motor (my nickname).

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The Basic Adams Motor Configuration

Simple ceramic / femte magnets are fine j*' 9v is the first negative energy harmonic Iienc e for b e st re suits I sugge st 9 -12v k^j^g O K| I ^^ 3/8" cores are easy to work with \ J Which implies roughly 6/8" rotor magnets

I also found 24g wire to be easy to work with Magnets can be all N or S poles out I use S poles for the benefit of my Hall ic A second stator can be added if desired

It seems to me there are 3 key stages to the stator cycle of the Adams motor that deserve particular attention, and to properly appreciate it, one should also understand that an Adams stator is really a 10 ohm generator winding:-

It seems to me there are 3 key stages to the stator cycle of the Adams motor that deserve particular attention, and to properly appreciate it, one should also understand that an Adams stator is really a 10 ohm generator winding:-

1. Attraction to Stator Core:- The permanent magnet rotor is attracted to a wound stator core. No electrical current is supplied. The kinetic energy gained comes from the intrinsic ferromagnetic state of the magnet, and is 'on loan,' and must be paid back at the stator. In other words, to remove the magnet from the stator, an equal amount of energy must be inputted to separate the magnet from the core. This is where the energy 'loan,' made in stage one, is normally paid back. The laws of conservation of energy state this.

2. Demagnetization of Stator Core:- When the rotor magnet is in register with the stator core, the timing circuit is closed and a current pulse is delivered to the stator coils. The stator is wired such that the current flow creates an opposing magnetic field to that of the rotor magnet. This works to offset the magnetization induced in the stator core across the air gap. The stator coils 'dull' the field induced in the stator core, and can even overcome it and provide repulsion at sufficient voltage. Consequently, the total current cancels out much if not all of the drag back of the rotor to the stator, and the rotor is capable of 'free wheeling,' out of the stator zone using the remaining inertia gained in stage one. The magic is that this current pulse is complemented by additional current freely induced in the stator windings by the rotor magnets, which as per the dictates of Lenz's law ( 1834), opposes the force that induced it. THIS IS WHERE THE OVER-UNITY EFFECT HAPPENS, AT THE MOMENT OF SWITCH CLOSURE! The permanent magnets in effect provide free precharge to the motor circuitry when in register!

3. Recovery:- Now the rotor has moved away form the stator zone, the timing circuit is open again, the stator windings lose power, and stator core reverts to its default magnetized state. Restart at stage 1.

Alternative Energy

Alternative Energy

It seems like the efforts to find the best alternative energy sources are seriously being looked into by lots of countries including most US cities. One proof is the signing of the Kyoto Treaty. The main aim of the concerned group and individuals is to lessen the greenhouse gases and pollutants.

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