A magnetic kinetic energy apparatus
A magnetic kinetic energy apparatus includes at least two magnetic kinetic energy mechanisms. The magnetic kinetic mechanism includes at least two combinations of a magnet and a magnet. The combination of a magnet and a magnet comprises a reciprocating magnet (4) and a rotatable magnet (6). A power output device (3) is provided on the reciprocating magnet (4) and a drive (7) is provided on the rotatable magnet (6).
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High-performance kinetic energy generator
The invention relates to a high-performance kinetic energy generating device or equipment, the operation of which is based on the generation of kinetic energy that is produced by a controlled rotational movement which is generated by means of magnetic field cooling. The kinetic energy produced is converted into electric current by means of a current generator or alternator. The inventive equipment comprises four units, namely: a motor unit, a conveyor unit, an alternator or electric current generator unit and a control system.
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Method for operating magnetic body particles and device for operating magnetic body particles
The present invention relates to a method for operating magnetic body particles that is for dispersing the magnetic body particles (71) in a liquid (31) placed inside a container (10). By moving a magnet (9) in the vicinity of an outer wall surface of the container (10), kinetic energy is applied to the magnetic body particles (71), and the magnetic body particles (71) are dispersed in the liquid (31). In a preferred embodiment, vibration is applied to the container while moving the magnet in the vicinity of the outer wall surface of the container (10), and thereby the magnetic body particles (71) are dispersed in the liquid (31).
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Converter for converting magnetic energy to kinetic energy and/or electric energy and method for converting magnetic energy to kinetic energy and/or electric energy by means of a converter
The invention relates to a converter for converting magnetic energy to kinetic energy and/or electric energy. Said converter consists of at least two components, one component being stationary relative to the surroundings and the other component being movably mounted relative to the stationary component. One component comprises at least one magnetic coil connected to an electric power source via a magnetic coil control and the other component comprises at least one permanent magnet that interacts at least temporarily with the magnetic coil. The converter also comprises at least one electronic detection device and at least one pulse control. At least one pulse control controls the work pulses and/or coil core regenerating pulses to be fed to every magnetic coil, while taking into consideration the relative position and the relative speed of the magnetic coil and the permanent magnet detected by the electronic detection device.
Publication number: WO2008122437A2 | Search similar patents
Method for separating electrically charged particles as a function of the energy thereof and energy filter
A method for the separating electrically-charged particles moving along a path (2) as a function of the kinetic energy thereof is described and disclosed. The problem addressed by the invention is to propose a method for energy separation which has improved features over the prior art. The problem is solved by a method which is characterized in particular by the fact that an energy threshold (3) is generated along the path (2) and in that an electric field is generated running parallel to the path (2) by an electric potential difference. The invention further relates to an energy filter (1). Drawingreferencestobetranslated:
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Kinetic energy capture apparatus and system
A novel method, apparatus, and system are disclosed for a kinetic energy capture and dispensing system. The kinetic energy capture and dispensing system comprises a mechanical motion source interface member, a switching circuit element, and a microprocessor, adapted to power either an AC powered device and/or a DC powered device. The kinetic energy capture and dispensing system is further adapted to supplement power to the external powered device via a household AC power supply.
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Device for converting kinetic energy from a falling flow of material into electrical energy
The invention relates to a device for converting the kinetic energy from a flow of material falling from a high point (H) to a low point (B) into electrical energy, using: a wheel (R) comprising blades (P) positioned in the flow of the falling material, and at least one alternator coupled to the axle of the wheel. The device is characterized in that it comprises means for adjusting the position of the wheel in space. The present invention also relates to a conveyor belt associated with such a device.
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Device for transforming kinetic energy
The invention relates to a device for transforming kinetic energy, comprising a first body (2), which may be displaced from a starting position to an end position as a result of an external force (F) and at least one second body (7) mounted such as to rotate, coupled to the first body (2), whereby a longitudinal displacement of the first body (2) drives the second body (7) in rotation, such that the first body is braked.
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Inertia drive, inertia technology
The invention relates to inertia technology, which means capturing kinetic energy and transferring the kinetic energy to a spacecraft or something else in order to slow, accelerate, or influence the spacecraft. The kinetic energy is captured by the acceleration of a mass (an object) in order to then transfer the captured kinetic energy of the mass to the spacecraft or something else via a braking chamber (a stopper, a net, a magnet, or other). The kinetic energies are added together in space to a velocity which is higher than the previous velocity, as long as the mass which was accelerated is not relatively too light. Naturally, deceleration and a change to the attitude of the spacecraft (or other) are also possible. Three initial models, the "Inertia Models," are shown on an extra page; said models are also explained in "The description of the inertia technology and the three initial models."
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