Monthly Archive for October, 2006

Magnetic motor?

Perendev Magnetic Motor Hydrogen cars? No, this is a lot more interesting. I’ve had in mind that there was a possibility for us to use permanent magnets as a source of power that would be clean and would cost almost nothing to produce. I’ve been thinking about the various prototypes that could be created and here’s what have been published lately.
The Perendev magnet motor is claimed to be driven soley by permanent magnets in a particular configuration that includes proper shielding or directing of the magnetic field. The output claimed for the scalable device’s present configuration is 20 kW, attached to a generator. Perendev claims that the unit has been tested in independent laboratories and that no diminution of magnet strength is observed over time.
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