How does a magnetic motor work

Magnet motor - Tesla's imagination or ingenious drive form?

A magnetic motor describes a motor that is supposed to generate a rotary movement by means of a permanent magnet in the rotor and stator without external energy supply. It is often said that the magnetic motor is an unrealizable concept. But these actually already exist! And you too could make your own magnetic motor.

How does a magnetic motor work?

Repulsive and attractive poles are arranged in such a way that a rotating movement of the rotor is generated. A magnetic motor is like a generator whose electricity is generated by magnetic forces. The magnets drive a turbine, which is located inside the generator, with a propeller. The magnets run at an acute angle on the rotor. Therefore, the repulsive force increases until it reaches zero. The movements that are carried out manually on the zero point must be automated.

The result is inexpensive electricity. A magnetic motor can regenerate an infinite amount of energy and its efficiency is above average. A simple magnetic motor has an output power of approx. 8000 watts. Depending on the size, the engine has approx. 14 to 16 hp.

Free energy can be obtained with a magnetic motor. This can replace renewable and fossil energies. Still, its existence has not yet been scientifically confirmed. In science, however, there are proven zero-point energies. In physics, free energy is defined as energy that is taken as work from a thermodynamic system.

Advantages of a magnetic motor

The magnetic motor is evidence of high energy efficiency and low energy consumption. The magnetic motor also generates no emissions or exhaust gases, has no disposal or final storage problems and no harmful radiation. The increased use of magnetic motors can help protect the environment and reduce air pollution.

Developer of the magnetic motor - Muammer Yildiz

Muammer Yildiz developed a magnetic motor. In 2010 he presented it at a university in Holland. After releasing the brake, the magnetic motor started running and a constant speed was quickly achieved. A shaft was driven by the magnetic motor, which also drove a fan at the same time. This fan caused a lot of wind during the demonstration. There were no visible vibrations, which suggests that the parts were balanced and precisely built. Weak magnetic fields could be detected with a magnetic field strength measuring device. The aim of this is to convert magnetic forces into mechanical torque through the least possible emergence of only a few stray fields. After start-up, the speed was 2888 revolutions per minute. Half an hour later, the speed was 2710 revolutions. The prototype built by Muammar Yildiz included an induction loop and built-in counter torque. This leads to a braking effect.

A magnetic motor for the home

Can the magnetic motor mean independence from energy supply companies and thus avoid the increase in oil and electricity prices? A magnetic motor in your home is quiet, cheap and clean. Even if this is highly controversial and has only rarely been implemented so far, the use of magnetic motors, for example in Australia and Chile, is no longer uncommon.

German society, too, increasingly wants quiet, clean and cheap electricity for the home. Supply electrical devices with self-produced electricity and almost free of charge. The electricity bill could be reduced by up to 70%. The material costs are approx. 100 €. A magnetic motor can also be used outdoors as it is waterproof.

Build your own magnetic motor

Construction plans and assembly instructions for building your own magnetic motors are rare. A magnetic motor can be built by yourself in a few days. Even with little previous knowledge, but with precise building instructions and the right materials, you should be able to successfully build a magnetic motor yourself. If the generator runs away for a whole week, good batteries are necessary. A house needs roughly four deep cycle batteries with 245 ampere hours, for a total of 980 ampere hours. The batteries can be connected in parallel to increase the operating hours. The more ampere-hours, the better the magnetic motors can work. In order to achieve continuous charging, a maximum of four batteries connected in parallel should be charged at the same time.

Matching online video course for building your own magnetic motor

Detailed instructions for building a magnetic motor can be found in various online courses. Muammar Yildiz also developed a course for all those who want to build a magnetic motor themselves. In his course "The Magnet Motor - Build Free Energy Motor Yourself" you will receive tests, specialist articles and, of course, complete assembly instructions. With the step-by-step instructions you can recreate different magnetic motors. Video instructions will make the replica even easier. Muammar Yildiz shows you which materials, parts and tools are needed and summarizes them in a list. Many parts can be purchased in hardware stores and the acquisition costs are relatively low. You will also receive detailed construction drawings and 3D models with 3D CAD drawings so that you can correctly measure and compare your engine. Furthermore, you will be provided with a list of dealers where you can buy kits or ready-made magnetic motors (including price information). The basic structure of magnetic motors is described again. You will also receive a collection of technical books on magnetic motors, detailed descriptions of transformers, Tesla coils and QEG generators. With the purchase of the video course you have immediate access to the members area, where you can download everything. You also get a complete eBook package with over 6190 pages of Nikola Tesla's original writings, building instructions, 3D CAD drawings, images, his 111 patents and much more.