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Title: WO9010337A1: MAGNETIC MOTOR
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WO World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

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Inventor: REED, Troy, G.;

Assignee: REED, Troy, G.
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Published / Filed: 1990-09-07 / 1990-02-27

Application Number: WO1990US0001100

IPC Code: Advanced: H02K 7/02; H02K 7/06; H02K 53/00;
IPC-7: H02K 1/00; H02K 7/02; H02K 21/22;

ECLA Code: H02K53/00;

Priority Number:
1989-03-01  US1989000317638

Abstract:     A magnetic motor is driven by the repelling forces of fixed and rotating magnets. The rotating magnets (22, 32) are mounted equally spaced about the perimeter of a disk (20) which rotates as the flywheel of the motor. Stationary magnets (18, 28) are supported adjacent the rotating magnets (22, 32). There are four injector pins (76A, 76B, 76C, 76D), much like the common injector pins on ball point pens, which are set and released by an injector pad (48A, 48B, 48C, 48D) driven by the crankshaft (14) of the engine. The crankshaft (14) and flywheel are driven by the repulsive forces created by the fixed and rotary magnets (22, 32) with the injector pin system (34, 36, 38, 40) operating to kick the crankshaft (14) and the flywheel over center. [French]

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First Claim:
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    WHAT IS CLAIMED IS: 1. A magnetic motor which comprises: a housing; a crankshaft rotatably supported from said housing; a disk on each end of and fixed to said crankshaft; a plurality of permanent magnets mounted on each said magnet holder - disk equally spaced about the perimeter thereof, the magnets on one disk being out of alignment with the magnets on the other disk; stationary magnet holder on each end of said housing; plurality of equally spaced magnets secured to each said stationary magnet holder, said magnets are aligned with the corresponding magnets on each said stationary magnetic holder; a plurality of injector pin assemblies mounted on said housing; means connecting said crankshaft to each said injector pin assembly such that the movements of each said injector pad is ninety degrees from each other.

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    This invention relates to a magnetic motor for converting magnetic force into rotary motion. Reciprocating devices are well known in which a piston is slidably disposed within a similar chamber. A driving force is periodically generated in the cylinder chamber to drive the piston to reciprocating motion. Electromagnetic force has been utilized to provide the driving force in reciprocating engines or devices. In some such devices, a plurality of electrical coils surrounding the engine cylinder chambers are provided. Electrical coils are actuated by electrical current so that electromagnetic forces developed in the chamber could drive the piston to reciprocating motion. Normally, electromagnetic reciprocating devices are, very complex in structure and very elaborate control means must be incorporated in the structure to operate the device in a controlled and useful manner. Furthermore, in most prior magnetic motors a constant supply of large electrical current must be fed to the coils in order to develop a useful reciprocating motion. In U.S. Patent 3, 811,058 to Kiniski the patentee states that he has discovered that the magnetic energy stored in permanent, magnetic material such as permanent magnets -may. be -utilized. to provide the driving force necessary for reciprocating 4evice..
    This is a magnetic motor having a crankshaft mounted between two stationary disk-like magnetic holders. Preferably eight permanent magnets are positioned equally distance about the periphery of each disk. Fixed on the end of each shaft is a rotatable magnetic support wheel which has a similar number of magnets equally spaced about its periphery. The magnets on one such wheel are 22 1/2* out of alignment with themagnets on the other rotating wheel.
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    FIGURE 1 illustrates a full face side view partly cut away of my magnetic motor.
    Attention is first directed to FIGURES 1, 2, and 3. In FIGURE 1 there is shown a case block 10 with cavity 12 in which is mounted a crankshaft 14 supported from block 10 by bearings or bushings 15. On the right hand side is a stationary base magnet holder 16 on which is permanently fixed magnets 18.

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