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  1. The magnets inside the pistons are quite close to each other. The method I think of to "turn off" the magnets is by matching the poles using an electromagnet from within a metal attached to them both It is similar to this
  2. How much resistance does a coil make in comparison to the repelling force of an n52 magnet
  3. fine ill spill it. Dont insult me by saying im in a free energy cult coz Im doing this for real science. My goal is to make an engine that runs on magnet pistons. The coils are used to make an electromagnet to basically turn off the magnets in the magnet piston which results in the piston freely sliding down. As soon as the piston is at its lowest point, thats when the electromagnet turns off which then pushes it back up making the armature spin. I wanted the current to last as long as the half of the armature because thats the same distance of the piston as it compress/decompress. Of course, like all engines, there will be more than one
  4. I dont wanna say why coz it is sure to laugh at me and ignore me coz of it. I just want to know if there is a way to do that. The armature with the magnet on it is the only mechanical part.
  5. I need the current to last as long as the armature spins on that side
  6. Generators, my bad. My goal is for it to alternate its current only twice per cycle. Ex: 1st half current goes clockwise. 2nd half goes counterclockwise
  7. Technically it is a motor due to how it functions, but It is not intended to be a motor. My goal is to simply have electricity to flow while the armature is spinning on the half side
  8. can I make the N part of the coil cover the entire half of the armature and the S on the other half?
  9. Im trying to make an electricity pulse
  10. not track the magnet, the magnet rotates. It will act like a motor. I just wanna know what is the best way to put the coils around half of the armature and not the whole thing like a motor.
  11. How do I make a coil or a series of coil constantly move electricity as the magnet passes it in half of a circle/armature. Do I simply make an oval shaped coil that covers the area I needed cover, or do I make a series of coil? Think of it like a motor but instead, the coils are only on half of the armature.
  12. Sorry for late reply. This topic is of my interest because I recently found out about the paint called Starlite which reflects most of the heat while keeping the other side warm to the touch (barely cooking an egg). Videos have shown how to make such a thing using glue and baking materials like baking soda. ive noticed one similar trait on both materials altho different in looks is that it develops a char or a burn which will be the one to protect the other side. I don't intend to discover right now if it could last for years, im trying to know if it can be done or even be done in a much simpler way like extracting the char itself and what easier materials can be used to make or mass produce such a thing.
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