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Invention Idea : Magnetic Propulsion motor

I got an idea for this but do not know how to implement it or is it already made. The idea goes as - We take a circular container which is having 3 magnets at 120 degrees which can be pushed inside and outside the container at regular periods of time. Now we take a bar magnet fixed at the center of the container. Now if we push one of the bar magnet inside then the bar magnet would orient towards it by rotation. If we now pull the magnet and push another magnet then the bar magnet would again experience a torque and again rotate to orient itself towards the magnet. This we we can use the bar magnet as a shaft and use the system as a motor.

This was the idea. Can you all please tell me how to implement, improve the idea.

Note by Iq 131
4 years, 1 month ago

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Can you please exaggerate? Pushing and pulling those three magnets? You need to explain a little more until I can think about it more precisely.

Abhirakshak Rajpal - 4 years, 1 month ago

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if i understand your idea correctly, it wouldn't really produce much energy, since moving the magnets would take up some of the energy and also there isn't much potential energy stored inside permanent magnets anyway

Jord W - 4 years, 1 month ago

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Did you mean three phase induction motor?

Gopinath No - 4 years, 1 month ago

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i dont under stand your idea phease tell me about the basice of this idea may bi i under stand it

Magy Hesham - 4 years, 1 month ago

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