May 7, 2012

Reinventing the wheel.

Autumn Leon (May 7, 2012)

This idea will free us from gas and restore freedom to the united states... or ruin the economy.

by Autumn Leon on Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 3:17pm

THE MAGLEON The rim of the tire would be a coil which wraps into itself like a hollow doughnut. Torus shaped. Within the doughnut-shaped coil there a magnet (possibly banana shaped to match the radius of the tire) or several spherical neodymium magnets. Imagine magnets like this within a coil →

Buy them here: www.apexmagnets.com Graphite would be used as a lubricant to ease the rotation of the magnets caused by the movement of the wheels and gravity. (Superconductive casing might help as well). Perhaps, I could further speed this up by using an air compressor to propel the magnet(s)? (in the opposite direction as the tires rotation). The magnets move only in one direction unlike the system in Faraday’s shake-flashlight where the magnets go up and down. Now think of a piston which moves up and down imagine the extra work caused by stopping and going. A simple way to gain electricity is to use a magnet as a piston and make the heads coils apply the same system as the shake-flashlight...but imagine a circular system- In this system a the magnets will spin in one direction there is no up and down... so to simulate the shake I would flip the polarity of the coil.

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ◄ Coil Terminals +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ ► Capacitor Poles NOTE: The arrows show the direction of travel so when the wheel rotates the coil connections alternate. Is this alternating capacitance? This system needs a capacitor; To further develop this idea I would create an array of capacitors if I decide not to use the gastank as a large capacitor repository. Autumn Leon (last updated 07:57:58 PM Sun, May 6, 2012)