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© Magnetic self-motion.

  Owner Andrey Andreevich Verner. The main property of the neutral zone of a permanent magnet is the presence of a directed force of motion (magnetic self-motion) with a pronounced attraction, in relation to any main pole of another magnet. When the magnetic field of the neutral zone moves parallel to the axis of magnetization of the permanent magnet along the plane of the conducting circuit - An electric current arises.

Directed motion.

  The property of the magnetic field of the neutral zone of a permanent magnet is the presence of a directed force of motion (magnetic self-motion) with a pronounced attraction in relation to any main pole of another magnet (a magnetized ferromagnet by the main pole of a permanent magnet). When connecting unlike poles in series, we obtain a chain of motion in two directions (Fig. 1).

 

  The series connection in a chain has a limited length of connection, corresponding to the mechanism of magnetic self-movement. A chain without length limitation distributes magnetic properties as follows: at the beginning and at the end of the chain is the mechanism of magnetic self-movement, the center of the chain is attraction.

 

  Magnetic self-propulsion interacts well with the effect of (dipole) repulsion (we obtain a directional repulsion effect) (Fig. 2).

 

 

Interaction with magnetized iron. 

  Having installed a magnetic washer with axial magnetization on a round freely rotating convex platform, we magnetize iron rods in a semicircle along the edge of the main pole of the magnetic washer at a minimum distance from each other. We act on the semicircle with a chain with magnetic self-motion - we get a directed movement (rotation) from the beginning to the end of the semicircle.

 

The emergence of an electric current.

When the magnetic field of the neutral zone moves parallel to the magnetization axis of the permanent magnet along the plane of the conducting circuit - An electric current arises.

 

  We will insert a sharp iron core into the center of the copper coil. We will touch the center of the plane with the neutral zone of the magnetic cube with axial magnetization perpendicularly to the iron core and perform a reciprocating motion without an air gap, approximately 1/10 of the plane with the neutral zone (magnetic self-motion) - a multidirectional electric current arises.

 

The same actions with the main pole of a permanent magnet (electromagnetic induction) the current is negligible.

 

  We will insert an iron core into the center of the copper coil and with the plane with the neutral zone parallel to the magnetization axis of the magnetic cube with axial magnetization, perpendicular to the iron core of the copper coil with a fixed air gap, we will perform a linear motion, with the approach and removal of the magnetic cube in relation to the iron core of the copper coil. Let's consider the picture of the occurrence of current, with the permeability of iron: We will get the end approach and removal of the main opposite poles (increasing and decreasing magnetic field) - currents of one direction, approximately 30% for electromagnetic induction, with a cos angle of 10-45 degrees. When moving in the area of ​​magnetic self-motion - 100% current of the opposite direction. The same actions without an iron core - the picture of the physical properties of the magnetic field is the same. (Fig. 3).

 

 

Obtaining electric current.

To compare obtaining electric current in front of a copper coil with an iron core, we will install a rotating round platform with an electric drive and alternately compare obtaining electric current between the main pole of a permanent magnet (electromagnetic induction) and a plane with a neutral zone (magnetic self-motion), installing a magnetic cube on a platform with a fixed air gap between the magnet and the iron core of the copper coil, with the same intensity of action, we will get electromagnetic induction - 60%, magnetic self-motion - 100%.

 

Interaction with alternating current.

  We insert an iron core into the center of a copper coil, pass an alternating electric current through the coil, act on the core with the center of a chain with magnetic self-motion - there is no directed motion (the electromagnetic field does not interact with the magnetic self-motion). To obtain the effect of directed motion, we magnetize the iron core with the main pole of a permanent magnet, act on the core with a chain with magnetic self-motion - a directed motion occurs. We increase the air gap between the chain with magnetic self-motion and the iron core of the copper coil magnetized by the magnetic field - until the interaction of the directed motion ceases. We pass an alternating electric current through the coil - a directed motion appears between the magnetic self-motion, the iron core magnetized by the magnetic field of the permanent magnet and the electromagnetic field of the coil with current. (When the iron core is magnetized by a magnetic field, the electromagnetic field of the coil with current enhances the interaction of the magnetic field with magnetic self-motion, increasing the traction force of the directed motion, while the direction of the current in the coil does not play a significant role).

Interaction with direct current
 
 
  We insert an iron core into the center of a copper coil, pass a direct electric current through the coil, act on the core with the center of the circuit with magnetic self-motion - a directed motion occurs. We connect a voltmeter to the copper coil and repeat the direction of motion with a magnetic circuit that arose when an electric current passed through the coil - a current of the same direction occurs in the coil. Based on the properties of magnetic self-motion to produce work and generate electric current, a fundamentally new electromagnetic engine of a new generation (with the consumption of electricity) was created; and a fundamentally new electromagnetic generator of a new generation (with the consumption of mechanical energy) (Fig. 4).
 
                                       fig.4
 
 
  By combining magnetic self-motion with electromagnetic induction, we obtain a more complete and harmonious operation of the magnetic field (Fig. 5).Donated to People 2005.
 

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