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Continuing my determination to get my papers into the public domain, here is a paper on OU eddy current heating using a conductor moving relative to a PM (or vice versa) as the source of the eddy currents.  The point being made that the PM sees a circular electric field that "loads" the atomic spins responsible for its magnetization.  That fully explains how the heater can be OU and demonstrates the excess energy is received from the quantum domain that keeps the electrons spinning.  That electric field is DC as seen by the magnet and this revelation opens up new methods for extracting quantum energy.  Enjoy!

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It's turtles all the way down
Looks like another good one to test......I'm gonna have to hire a lab assistant soon.

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So is it possible to produce something that delivers current to an external load rather than heat the armature?  Well we need to keep the low resistance present so that the L/R time constant is long, else we need impossible speeds.  And IMO we can't have multiple turns so we need the single turn approach.  I have come up with this wavy-line armature made from thick copper buss material that is connected via slip-rings to the external load.  The output is AC.  The first jpeg here shows the wavy-line directly above the magnets where the flux cutting voltage induction is a maximum, and at low speeds the current is in phase with that voltage so the torque loading is also maximum.  The second jpeg shows the situation at high speed where the current is shifted by almost 90 degrees, and now the maximum current occurs with the wavy-line in between the magnets where torque is almost zero.  So could this be an OU generator?  I leave it to you construction guys to find out.  If it works it will be a low voltage high current generator, with all the attendant problems of losses especially at the slip-rings.  But as in homopolar generators there are ways of overcoming those.

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