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系統識別號 U0026-2407201822330200
論文名稱(中文) 永動機械的磁能模擬
論文名稱(英文) The Simulation of Magnetic Energy for a Perpetual Motion Machine
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 航空太空工程學系
系所名稱(英) Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics
學年度 106
學期 2
出版年 107
研究生(中文) 王辛岑
研究生(英文) Dasyam Noshur Kumar Suri
學號 P46047085
學位類別 碩士
語文別 英文
論文頁數 84頁
口試委員 指導教授-陳世雄
口試委員-王偉成
口試委員-陳文立
中文關鍵字 None 
英文關鍵字 Permanent magnet motor  Perpetual motion machine  Magnetic motion 
學科別分類
中文摘要 None
英文摘要 More than 90% of the world electricity generated using electromagnets based on faradays law of electro-magnetic induction. Many new technologies were discovered with time which led a drastic change in the perception of electric energy. Energy became free only at a point which we don’t have to pay for power generation after commissioning the unit. By using the magnetic force of magnets continuous motion (Energy) generated. Magnet motor is a free energy device that can generate energy which the repellent force of permanent magnet in cylindrical arrangement. The arrangement permanent magnet in rotational array configuration produces a cyclic motion indefinitely which is also called perpetual motion machine. The torque produced by perpetual motion device used to drive electric generator to produce free electricity. Muammer yidilz magnet motor, Nicola tesla, Howard Johnson, Perendev magnet motor like Few positive results are motivating us to create a better model to create the energy and use for different necessary applications by using this free energy. In this thesis neodymium permanent magnet was arranged in rotor –stator configuration by using block shape (10mm length 5mm width 5mm thickness) N40 grade magnet. A preliminary design was designed and magnetic flux was investigated on the rotational movement from the lock point of rotor. Based on the simulation results, it had confirmed that rotor overcome the damping, lock point, non-rotational movement. This was achieved by continuous magnetic flux in the arrangement of permanent magnet in stator and rotor. However, a slight achievement in the simulation results was hoped to carry in the future research and study.
論文目次 ABSTRACT i
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ii
LIST OF TABLES vi
LIST OF FIGURES vii
NOMENCLAURE x
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 Principle of free energy 2
1.2 Magnets 2
1.3 Magnetic Properties. 3
Literature review 4
CHAPTER 2 DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY 6
2.1 Magnet Details: 6
2.1.1 Neodymium magnets: 6
2.1.2 Magnetic properties: 7
2.2 One stator magnet and one rotor magnet at 00 angle design: 9
2.3 One stator magnet at 300 angle and one rotor magnet at 150 angle design: 11
2.5 Formula for calculating force: 12
2.6 Design of perpetual magnet machine: 14
CHAPTER 3 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 16
3.1 One stator magnet and one rotor magnet design at 00 angle: 16
3.2 Finding the magnetic imbalance force: 20
3.3 One stator magnet and one rotor magnet continuous rotation design: 22
3.4 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced changing rotor magnets: 24
3.4.1 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 5 rotor magnet at 720. 24
3.4.2 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 6 rotor magnet at 600. 26
3.4.3 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 7 rotor magnet at 51.420. 27
3.4.4 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 8 rotor magnet at 450 29
3.4.5 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 9 rotor magnet at 400 30
3.4.6 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 10 rotor magnet at 360. 32
3.4.7 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 11 rotor magnet at 32.720. 33
3.4.8 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 12 rotor magnet at 300. 34
3.4.9 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 13 rotor magnet at 27.690. 36
3.4.10 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 14 rotor magnet at 25.710. 38
3.4.11 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 15 rotor magnet at 240. 39
3.4.12 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 16 rotor magnet at 22.50. 41
3.4.13 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 17 rotor magnet at 21.170. 43
3.4.14 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 18 rotor magnet at 200. 44
3.4.15 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 19 rotor magnet at 18.940. 46
3.4.16 11 stator magnet (fix) + evenly spaced 20 rotor magnet at 180. 47
3.5 Changing stator magnet (evenly spaced) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet. 49
3.5.1 5 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 720) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet: 50
3.5.2 6 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 600) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet 51
3.5.3 7 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 51.420) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet 53
3.5.4 8 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 450) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet 55
3.5.5 9 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 400) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet. 56
3.5.6 10 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 360) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet 58
3.5.7 12 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 300) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet. 59
3.5.8 13 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 27.690) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet. 61
3.5.9 14 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 25.710) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet. 63
3.5.10 15 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 240) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet. 64
3.5.11 16 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 22.50) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet. 66
3.5.12 17 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 21.170) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet. 67
3.5.13 18 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 200) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet. 69
3.5.14 19 Stator magnet (evenly spaced at 18.940) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet. 70
3.5.15 20 Stator magnet (evenly spaced 180) + (Fix) 10 rotor magnet 72
3.6 Choosing right time step 74
3.7 Theoretical calculation 76
3.7.1 Calculation for 11 stator magnet + 1 rotor magnet 76
3.7.2 Calculation for 11 stator magnet + 6 rotor magnet. 77
Summary: 79
CHAPTER 4 CONCLUTION AND DISCUSSION 81
Future work 82
References 83
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