Re: Flywheel magnet strength

Rebel Moby /
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Corners of the magnet?

I am thinking it would make sense to have them aligned with the magnet with the poles agreeing, perhaps epoxy glued to the flywheel...

I will have to gather some iron powder and check if this will work to increase the flux or no...

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> P D Wrote:

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> To clarify , any weak magnet should be able to be made stronger when

> parred temporarily to/with a stronger magnet in the correct manner . How

> long and at what level the effect will last would be limited by the

> 'quality' of the base material of the weak magnet .

>

> I am debating which method to use , one or maybe both :

>

> Attaching small neodymium ( N52 ) magnets to the corners ( North & South

> ) ,

>

> Or , rubbing / stroking the weaker magnets with a single bigger / much

> stronger neodymium magnet .

>

> The flywheel I'd experiment with will accommodate small magnets on the

> back outside corners of the installed permanent magnets . Obviously ,

> the small magnets would have to have the proper north/south orientation

> to be any kind of effective .

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