Kure Tekko Unit

Bill Müller PR AN Technologies, Penticton, Canada

Bill Muller and his group have evolved a unique and very promising PM/EM unit. The design is based on using an even number of rotor segments and uneven number of iron stator segments, unlike conventional generators which have matched, even sets of segments.

The even number of rotor segments are permanent magnets, while the fixed, uneven number of iron stator segments provide an overlapping unbalanced alternate attraction and repulsion between the opposite interacting segments. Since the electrical coils are directly associated with each iron stator segments, this portion of the design is conventional, but the timed capacitive discharge into the coils makes this design arrangment unconventional. The capacitive discharge principle has been proven by Ed Gray, with bis EvGray unit, as described in Group 8.

In addition to the natural advantage of utilizing the odd-even numbers of interacting rotor-stator segments, design avoids the disadvantages of conventional generators by the elimination of back-EMF, ie: Lenz's Law, with the capacitive-discharge input into the multiple stator coils.

There are some key design points which must be strictly followed in order for these types of units to work properly:-

a)The permanent magnets used must be of the SAMCO-isamarium/cobalt or NIB magnets.

b)The iron segment - (rotor component) must be of equal width lo the width of the P/M's used (stator component).

c)The spacing between the stator/field permanent magnets must not exceed 1.2 times the permanent magnet's width, at the rotating line.

d)The air gap between the rotor iron segments and the stationary field P/M's must be quite close at .010 and no greater than .020 in order to maximize the magnetic instability between the stator/rotor components.

It must be noted that Bill Muller's unique and practical motor is not just theory, there is at least one operating prototype which has been validated by a local Engineering Test Laboratory and witnessed by Drs. Petermannn and Schaf-franke, who endorsed this new type P.M.M.

These types of permanent magnet motors are not self-starting and require some type of capacitive-discharge of input - (Ev-Gray) or an electromagnetic repulse similar to the Japanese Kure-Tekko design. Bill Muller states that this electromagnetic repulsing, or capacitive-discharge type of starting input can be made continuous as a running/timed function which would probably increase the effectiveness of these P.M.M's. As a continuous/running function this Muller design would then become a hybrid PM/EM unit, as described in Section 10(PM/EM motor).

Heat Pump Concept:-

Bill Muller has also developed a very useful heat pump arrangement which is a spinoff from the P.M.M. unit. In this unique concept, the permanent magnets are uniformly placed within the rotor in a multiple concentric pattern. The same "odd'V'even" method is used, with iron or "Metglass" segments placed within a similar multiple concentric pattern. Spiral piping passes through each of the iron or "Metglass" discs.



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