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 Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 07:33 am
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Russ Huber
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Guess again. IF..you know what a 2 phase reluctance
synchronous motor is dirt old...and have one...talk to me by email or PM please. If you haven't ever seen one, and can't be of any help, please don't send me an email or PM please. :D Thank you!

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 Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 01:45 pm
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Howz about posting some inside/outside photos of your 2-phase reluctance synchronous motor??

Or I am gonna go into hysteresis! (I meant hysterics:D:D)

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 Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 03:27 pm
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I think Russ is referring to the motor that:   if you remove the power cord from the wall turn it so the left prong that was in the left slot  now goes into the right slot in the wall the motor changes to an Ass-Bakwards- Asynchronous, 1 phase reluctant momentomentolessmass motor.

A patent or any description will never be found for this motor because it was made under CIA contract at Los Alamos by a team. that was supervised by Russ, for use against all enemies of our Great Democratic Republic.

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 Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 04:04 pm
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Terry Fisher wrote:
"A patent or any description will never be found for this motor" because it was made under CIA contract at Los Alamos by a team. that was supervised by Russ, for use against all enemies of our Great Democratic Republic.


Brilliant Terry, that pretty much nails it. :D I have it here, but am not at liberty to post pictures, sincerely. An electrical engineer told me this is what he thinks it is, but he never saw one. If..."SOMEONE" has something like this...maybe you can help me? Not having one would mean that we could email messages until the cows come home...but... we would still be at the same point we started from. :light:

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 Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 07:53 pm
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I know absolutely nothing about electricity. I can't even understand it, but if there's someone who has the brain power and is just lacking the resources, this might help

 

 http://books.google.com/books?id=l79JAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA378&dq=westinghouse+2+phase+reluctance++motor&lr=&as_brr=0&cd=25#v=onepage&q=&f=false

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 Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 08:08 pm
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Loren Haroldson wrote:
I know absolutely nothing about electricity.

Liar. Whats it feel like when you touch it? :wondering: Aaaah...now it all came back to you. :tumbs

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 Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 08:40 pm
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I used to have one...when I lived in Japan and had a whole bunch of military junk, all electric. It had this weird rotor...a magnetic core with these long, flat steel strips that came out from the rotor, top and bottom and bent out towards the inside of the field, where they interacted with the field to rotate the rotor. The field had several leads, I was able to hook it up to 110VAC by playing around with them. The rotor would go back and forth, hunting for the rotating field; when it found it, it would rotate slowly, around 85 RPM. When it found the field, it would run either direction. Anyhow, the motor was only about 7 inches diameter and flattish like a pancake motor.

CIA, eh...maybe this was used in the SR91 (Aurora) spyplane!!:shock:

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 Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 08:51 pm
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Sorta like this? :wondering: Just think...the dentist probably let ya slam a shot of corn sqeezins and then went to drilling. :cry: Bummer if the batteries went dead huh? :hammer:

http://www.google.com/patents/about?id=reZQAAAAEBAJ&dq=173864

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 Posted: Sat Jan 23rd, 2010 01:51 pm
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Believe it or not, the rotor actually did resemble the one in your patent!! But it had many more of those flat metal rotor "poles"...

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