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CONFERENCE ON FUTURE ENERGY II SERIES - COFE II VOL 10 EXPERIMENTS WITH SPIRAL AND WANKEL MOTORS, BY DR. TED LODER

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The magnetic Wankel motor, more generally termed the spiral magnetic motor, was originally developed by Kure Tekko Co. in the 1970s and described in Popular Science (June, 1979). It used a magnetic gradient force to create rotation. A recent patent for this motor type was issued to P. Sprain in 2005. Our recent work will describe an experimental spiral motor with the goal of creating a self-running motor by using a combination of a magneto resistive rod (MR) with a piezoelectric (PZT) actuator and Wiegand wire to generate voltage pulses large enough to overcome the initial resetting (regauging) of the rotor magnets during each rotation.

 

Dr Ted Loder retired in May 2005 after a long and productive career as a Professor at the University Of New Hampshire, Department of Earth Sciences and member of the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space. He has conducted environmental research in numerous countries, and published extensively.

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