No Moving Parts Electrical Generator

No Moving Parts Electrical Generator; No Armature; No Stator; No Rotation; Not Solar

Opposite polarity Electro-magnetic flux field is created by preventing magnetic closure. This electro-magnetic flux field is of varied strength depending on the size and compostion of the magnets and the amount of electricity being flowed.
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PRLog (Press Release) – Jun 01, 2010 –
Now, there is a new electrical generation technology that uses a very powerful electro-magnetic flux field created by two opposite polarity electro-magnets that are prevented from reaching closure.  Everyone knows that opposite poles in a magnet attract and many of us have experienced trying to hold two magnets apart and have experienced the power of opposite polarity attraction.
This new generation technology utilizes the power of that opposite polarity attraction to build a magnetic flux field, similar to the magnetic flux field being utilized in current, rotational field-coil generator technologies.
This new approach enables electrons to “jump” into high voltage copper or steel wires configured in this flux field space when the electro-magnets have no power flow.
Here is a working image: take two electro-magnets that are being used to magnetically lift 5,000 pounds of scrap metal or crushed vehicles. They are, of course, opposite polarity and lined up over each other.  One is attached to a 20-ton concrete block and the other attached to a crane.  These two electro-magnets create an electro-magnetic flux field with 10,000 pounds of magnetic attraction.  This new technology uses a novel way to get the electrons in this magnetic flux field to ” jump” into copper or steel wire to “generate” MEGA WATTS of electrical power.
Using this new, no moving parts or static electrical generator technology, electro-magnets can be scaled to generate large amounts of power as a replacement technology for diesel-electric generators, steam-generated turbines from coal, coke or nuclear fuel and natural gas powered turbines.  This technology also scales and may be perfect for powering cars, trucks, ships, yachts, heavy and mining equipment, as well as small and large aircraft.  This new electrical power generator technology could be the basis for the shift from petroleum-based fuel to all-electric vehicles.

10 Responses to No Moving Parts Electrical Generator

  1. Kevin Bruce Kieran Larson says:

    Could this benefit nuclear powered submarines in any specific way?

    • Merln says:

      Nuclear power plants use hot water/steam to generate
      electrical power. My Sodium-Vanadium approach is a
      cheaper/better one for producing steam. However, my Generator
      can be used to develop all of the electrical power required for a ship,
      submarine, train,truck or plane. Or, for that matter, a Space Ship, Station
      or Colony.

  2. Kevin Bruce Kieran Larson says:

    What specifically would this generator run on? I mean, does it require any kind of fuel?

  3. robert brownsea says:

    Consider the idea similar to this. There is the magnet 2ft diameter round like stands 3ft high. Solid block of iron as a magnet. With 7 round floresent tubes.
    100w.200w300w400w500w600w700w
    Each tube recieves 100w charge from the magnet plus the charge from the previos tube.
    Final out put is 700w we then use that to charge a pack of batterys.
    Then the batterys run 3300 hp. Prop engine for a fighter jet.
    Set the situation so that the electric fighter jet will do mk1.

    • Merln says:

      Robert,
      My version can generate one Megawatt of power using a form factor of six inches by six inches by 18 inches. That is only using one copper rod. If you use two, three or four copper rods, then you get 2, 3 or 4 times the electrical output (up to 4 Megawatts). Yes. I too, have been designing an electrically powered jet engine. See my Cone2Cone valve; it will provide variable thrust for the jet engine. Yes, am former USAF Intel Officer, so appreciate the fighter version, but also want the big transports, helicopters and commercial jets. See my alloy that gets heavier or lighter for making any aircraft (even loaded) weightless. We can build a flying aircraft carrier. That also applies to flying supertankers and container ships; no ports needed (assuming we are still using oil).

      We can communicate like this or you are welcome to email me at merln@outlook.com or dave@revitaetechnologies.com or merln@protonmail.com.

      Cheers, Merln

  4. Kevin Larson says:

    Hi, Merln.

    How much energy would you get from a generator big enough to fill a shipping container? Please let me give you an example: a 20-foot container, whose interior volume is 19′ 4” in length. 7′ 9” in width, and 7′ 10” height.

    • Merln says:

      Kevin,
      There are two approaches. The first will use my new nesting coil generator and the second the no moving parts generator.
      I will design a generator that is 3 feet long and 18 inches in diameter; with the controls and fuel storage, this will fit into a frame that is 3.5 feet long, 2 feet high, and 3 feet wide. These could be triple stacked. So, in your example container, we have five (5) triple stacks on both sides (total 10 stacks or 30 generators) allowing some space between stacks and a walkway between stack sides. The stacks could be slightly staggered and the generator frames could be slid in and out for maintenance.
      The nested coil generator rotates on electrical power; a high torque is required. An electrical generator fueled by diesel/gas/solar would have to be used to begin generation, but once the generators start turning, they will make more than enough current to operate their electric motors (which are also nested coil). Each generator will be able to output 10 megawatts net or a total of 300 megawatts of useable power per container. This is based on five nested coils 18 inches long with a magnet that is 2 inches in diameter rotating as the armature/stator. The 10 megawatts could be increased by using my super, non=ferrous magnetic alloy, but this example is using a normal generator magnet.
      Because of the high torque requirements, scaling up the size of the generator is not practical. This is using my newly re-designed nested coil motors/generators.
      For the no-moving-parts generator, it scales as there is no need for high torque rotations. Each of these generators would be 6 feet high by 2 feet wide by 2 feet in depth. This is the verticle configuration. In your container space, you can have 9 x 3 or 27 generators with some spare space. Each of these generators would output 600 megawatts. Do the math, that is 16.2 gigawatts per container.
      Once you start these no-moving-parts generators, they continue without fuel until they are disabled. Essentially, no maintenance within the generators. This means that they can be closely stacked next to each other. The biggest issue would be the heat generated by the flow of electrons in the glass-encased bus bars above and below the generators. The power output can be variable based on the amount of input power to the electro-magnets.
      Obviously, one of these set up in a broom closet would provide more than enough power for most cities, or factories, or vessels.
      If we go with a horizontal design, the generator would be 6 feet by 6 feet by 18 feet; that would output 120 gigawatts of power. Using copper bus bars the way we do now, would not work. It could be made to work if we flowed the current around the bus bar instead of through it; no Ohm’s Law or heat. The real question is how to handle a gigawatt of power in the first place.
      The no-moving-parts generator scales down efficiently; it can be 2 inches by 2 inches by 6 inches and produce a desired range of power from 80 kilowatts up to 1000. Remember, it is based on electro-magnets at each pole and input power can be variable. Vehicles could best be served by something that is .5 inch by .5 inch by 1.5 inches or even, 25 inch by .25 inch by 1.5 inches if we want to go nano. The input power would have to scaled back significantly.
      I decided to re-invent the motor and generator as a transition from what we have now to all the technical, social, and structural issues created by the no-moving-parts generator.
      Neither of these generators is your grandfather’s (or great-grandfather’s) generator.

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