Exploring Parallel Path Magnetic Technology - Overunity in Disguise?
Fundamentally, parallel path technology or concepts involve permanent magnets and magnets, in which the flux lines used to force permanent magnets are concentrated on relatively small electrical inputs on specific sides of the system, it also ensures zero magnetic field on the other side of the system. Let\'s try to understand the proposed concept through the following classic examples. During our school and university, we can all play with magnets and know some basic knowledge about the behavior of permanent magnets. For those who are not familiar with magnetic theory, Let\'s summarize some basic knowledge of these natural power devices, starting with the concept of the proposed parallel path technology discussion, the picture above shows a simple setting where you can see a permanent magnet clamp at one end between two horizontal magnetic materials or plates. At the relatively free end of the two water plates, another iron magnet plate can also be seen vertically connected. The flux line shown in the figure indicates that the vertical rod is magnetized by the influence of the permanent magnet. Since a single permanent magnet is the only unit that works on a vertical plate, let\'s assume that the attraction of the vertical plate is the size of Unit 1. As shown above, suppose we introduce another permanent magnet in the empty slot between the horizontal iron magnetic plates, obviously the magnetic force on the vertical plate now because the current force line will be twice as large as before, and it is understandable to apply an attraction that may be considered a unit size. Next, consider adding another vertical iron magnet plate on the other side of the two water plates, as shown above. In this case, the unit of the force will be evenly distributed at both ends of the system, so that on both sides of the crossbar the attraction can be assumed to be grade 1. What we have seen so far is only the basic magnetic theory, and the concept of parallel orbital magnetic has not yet entered into discussion. In the next section, we will actually see how the above general theory is translated into interesting parallel path technologies with great feasible potential. The part of the bar is wrapped in a coil (super enameled) The magnet is moved at the extreme end. No, the coil has not yet worked, and the magnetic force on the end stand plate is still 1 unit on both sides. What happens when electrical input (DC) Is it powered by a coil? ? We will see the effect in the next section. It looks like your eyes are already stuck in the picture above and it\'s hard for you to believe the results shown. The results in the above figure show a huge transfer or accumulation of a magnetic field on a specific side of the plate, which actually occurs when the electrical input does not exceed 1 magnetic unit. This means that with the induction input of 1 unit, we can get an incredible magnetic force of 4 units. In addition, this power supply can be forced to switch sides at any speed by simply switching electrical polarity, which is not much in today\'s advanced electronic world. While it looks surprising and goes against the standard law of conservation of energy, the opposite-sized force transferred at both ends of the plate is absolutely correct and is a proven reality. When applied through a particular winding coil, the electrical input as the best calculated value affects the flux line of the permanent magnet, making them concentrate on the electrical input at one end of the plate according to the polarity of the plate. This action also causes the magnetic lines at the other end of the entire structure to be completely neutral, making it completely free of any magnetic field. The level 4 unit indicated is due to 2 units from the permanent magnet and 2 units from the winding of two coils. In the picture above, we can see the same action, but the force is switched to the other side. This is only done by changing the polarity of the electrical input on the coil. If this switching is achieved in a fast way with the help of a suitable electronic circuit, we can assume a fast magnetic switching with force of Unit 4 at both ends. If we could convert this linear switch to a rotary switch, what do you think would be the efficiency of this motor? What? Is that 400% I hear? . . . . Technically, it seems to be feasible, but even the inventor of the technology For some obvious reason, Joe Flynn is reluctant to accept the fact publicly, but as we can see, the theory of the above-mentioned explanation clearly shows that the concept is a compelling Overunity, maybe more disguised.