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Offline frosty

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idea for fusion experiment.
« on: August 17, 2014, 12:11:18 AM »

hi everyone.

well i had a similar idea back in like 2006.
but since then kinda improved idea.
no idea if it will work or do anything, but idea i think is a step in right direction.
as far as i know never been done.
kinda of like a different take on the original fusor design.
but adding perm magnets to help with holding plasma and usen grid in a way in an attempt to make use the magnets in a way that in theory could help.
Basically you have the grids, but magnet on either side of grid.
the positive wire is on the negative/South side of magnet on inner. and positive/north side of manget facing into center for positive field for plasma formation in center.
then small gap between positive wire to the negative wire, then another magnet with positive/north side of magnet next to the negative wire.
basically using a non-magnetic/non-conductive separator to hold wires and magnets in place so they wont effect each other directly.

Reasoning behind this is.
years ago my grandpa and grandma gave me some magnets i used to play with, about 6 small round ones.
used to play with 2 of them, and get a feel for the attraction/repulsive fields.
then sometimes add another magnet to each, and feel out the attraction/repulsive fields. i noticed very early on that by adding more magnets to stack, would increase the fields strength and give more repulsion/attractive strength and range.
so theory in this idea is. using positive and negative charged wires in the right way to kinda of make a virtual magnet within the gap to connect the fields to increase field strength.
no idea if it will do anything, but well, no one will know if no one at least try's :)
i've had idea for long time, but didn't know enough and first ideas where to complicated.
this idea would be a lot simpler to test concept.
just a rough drawing of diff parts to explain.
if wanting any more info on what everything means let me know.
last night decided to try make a rough 3d model of idea to explain a little easyer, but learning how to 3d model not the simplest learning curve.




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Re: idea for fusion experiment.
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2014, 12:51:35 AM »
just like to add.
you could use electromagnets instead.
then wouldn't need the + and - wires between magnets.
but might need them somewhere for forming plasma and ionizing fuel if wanting similar to fusor design.
unless wanting to go with ion/electron injection method.
electromagnets might be easier as far as controlling magnetic field strength.
but would be more work for building.
idea behind perm magnets is trying to lower overall energy consumption.


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Re: idea for fusion experiment.
« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2014, 07:02:44 PM »
Not sure what supporting evidence you have to say it's never been done or tried but that shouldn't stop you from trying! Just build it!

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Re: idea for fusion experiment.
« Reply #3 on: August 31, 2014, 04:29:26 AM »

well the concept is very easy to test.



heres my idea to test concept.
just need 3 magnets and 2 copper wires, 2 magnets fixed down, and one to feel out the effect on magnetic fields.

 

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