Motionless Electromagnetic Generator[Meg}

July 15, 2017 | Author: Princess Rolee Chawla | Category: Electric Generator, Inductor, Electric Power, Electrical Equipment, Electrodynamics
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Introduction to MEG’s. Construction. Core selection. Theory. Working. Advantages, disadvantages & Applications of MEG’s Bibliography.


Generator is basically an Electrical Device used for converting

Mechanical Power from a prime mover to A.C. Electrical Power.

It is a well known fact that conventional generators work on the principle of ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION . Due to this principle, a voltage is generated(induced) in the armature conductors because of the relative motion between the armature conductors and the field flux. 

Now, talking about the MOTIONLESS ELECTROMAGNETIC GENERATORS (MEG), they are an electromagnetic generator without moving parts which includes a permanent magnet and a magnetic core including first and second magnetic paths. The MEG is alternatively pulsed to provide induced output current pulses. It is a generator without any moving part. 3

The MEGs require a steady input power for its operation, power is produced without an external application of input power. The magnetic field of permanent magnet is switched with precise timing to provide input to the input coils. The MEGs were invented by Thomas E. Bearden in March 26, 2002 and soon became a topic of vast discussion. 4

Invented by Thomas E. Bearden in March 2002.


 Core  Two

Input coils

 Two


coils A

Permanent magnet


High magnetic inductance.

High permeability.

Low losses.

Good frequency performance.

High temperature stability.


Magnetic field of permanent magnet is uniformly distributed in the core. Input coils are alternatively pulsed. Flux distribution of each side of core is altered. Voltage is induced in output coils. MACE


No power is given to input coils.

Flux is equally distributed on both legs

Left input coil is turned ON.

Flux migrates towards the right leg. 10

Right input coil is turned ON.

Flux migrates towards the left leg. 11

 The

theory for this non-motionless generator is that when the two input coils are aligned perfectly around the Permanent magnet, they simultaneously pull and push towards each other, thus creating enough kinetic energy to spin a generator endlessly and deliver an infinite supply of electricity.  As input coils are alternately pulsed, so both the coils vary.  When the first one varies, it produces electric field (E) directed towards the core.  Output Coils act as antennas and receives E-field energy and re-radiates and results in a dense Efield.


 More

E-field energy is coming back to MEG from the output coils.

 Again

the same phenomenon repeats when the second input coil varies.


have two energy input - energy inputted from the Permanent Magnet. - lots of free energy from outside.

 Its

COP > 1

 Efficiency

< 100% 14

 Works

in all types of weather conditions.  Fits in small space.  Safer to use.  Ability to lower the power bill.  Ease in construction.  Low maintenance cost.  Pollution free & low noisy.  More efficient than conventional generators.


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Fabrication of core is difficult. High installation cost.

Application •

All conventional generators can be replaced by a number of MEG’s. 16

Electromagnetic generator operating should be considered not as a perpetual motion machine, but rather as a system in which flux radiated from a permanent magnet is converted into electricity, which is used both to power the apparatus and to power an external load.


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