The myth of the magnetic motor

Is the magnetic motor related to conventional magnetic? Is it necessary to use them? 

Edited by chandras9 on 9 months before

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Hi Chandras, I don´t understand your question. I think that the magnetic motor is something that mathematically is not possible because it is not possible for a rotor based on magnetic repulsion to generate motor and electrical energy. This thinking has been achieved by using magnets with positive and negative polarity, not by using "conventional magnetics" if that’s what you mean.

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Published: 9 months ago
Edited by zhihao sun on 9 months before

zhihao sun said:

Hi Chandras, I don´t understand your question. I think that the magnetic motor is something that mathematically is not possible because it is not possible for a rotor based on magnetic repulsion to generate motor and electrical energy. This thinking has been achieved by using magnets with positive and negative polarity, not by using "conventional magnetics" if that’s what you mean. Regards!

Hello Zhihao, 

I was asking if the "conventional magnetics" could be used in that type of motor but now I understand it is a different one. Thank you very much for the explanation.

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