The A.R.C. Disc Motor--Asymmetric rotary capacitor disc motor
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Here are 2 new twists on an old spin! These new innovations are a
follow on from my replications of your PFT motor experiments.
[A] The A.R.C. Disc Motor--Asymmetric rotary capacitor disc motor
This motor spins well in excess of 3,000 rpm and you can see bright blue ionization? converging at 90 degrees from top and bottom positive terminals onto and around the outside of the rotor disc as it spins. There is also a very strong field flowing to the central positive terminal.
Construction of the rotor disc is as follows :
Construction of the rotor disc holder:
P.S: These motors will run using a brick instead of a normal earth!
[B] The A.R.K. Field Engine Asymmetric rotary kinetic field engine . This engine is basically 3 of the above A.R.C. disc motors, mounted on a base with a metal bearing and powered by 28 KV through the bearing .The outside ring track is earthed .As each of the 3 disc motors increase in rpm ,the whole engine assembly rotates up to aprox. 2 revolutions per second. The disc's very very lightly touch the earth ring track .I hope somebody else builds these or something similar.
For further information see JLN,s PFT Motor section,
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