An Independent Adams Motor Replication

Tim Harwood (c) 2002

This motor is a successful over-unity cold current design. The constructor wishes to remain anonymous. He also warned me, these pictures show an early version, and significant modifications were subsequently undertaken. Exact mechanical efficiency numbers are not available, but they are clearly well over 100%. The constructor so far measures his performance by the amount of back-emf he can pull off relative to input - 97%. Which is absolutely astonishing! Secondary windings could most easily be added to the stators to push that number well past 100% - battery charging in excess of motor draw, is clearly no problem. The constructor also notes the benefits of alternate N/S Muller type setups, as regards the ability to draw current from a rotor, if not necessarily to power it.

But I was most interested to read his comments on pulse duration, and the importance of fine tuning this parameter for best results. Clearly my comments about 3/4"magnets being preferable to 1" magnets were spot on - for the simple reason they offer a shorter pulse duration. Anyway, the Adams motor is for real, several of us have replicated it, and this web page can act as an encouragement for all the maybe people out there, who are thinking of building something, or who maybe have already built something, but have not yet optimized it properly. 

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I believe Mr Adams has unlocked some of the secrets of over-unity physics for us all. But these motors are really no more than switching devices, and some kind of solid state derivation of the Adams motor principals, must be the ultimate goal. This whole process is not to be taken lightly, as these negative impulses are so short and brief, that trying to nail them down, and produce repeatable results, is extremely difficult. It has take a lot of input from a lot of good people to get this far, finding out what is real, and not real. I wish everyone the best in their personal quests for new and improved methods of manifesting electrical energy.

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