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Technology | Introduction
HOW IT WORKS
Magnetic perturbation & Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
This generator has the "motor" and "generator" together and forms a magnetic field in the motor coil, such as the driving principle of a conventional motor, which rotates the rotor (Nd permanent magnet rotor).
The magnetic field of the rotor causes the generator coil to be electrically charged with induction current, electrical and rotated back.
The ND permanent magnet area is self-shielded by magnetic shielding (Fe) and the magnetic field of both permanent magnets is disturbed and amplified, creating a high magnetic field. At this point, the bearings of the rotor (rotor) reduce friction, together with the continuous amplification of electrical energy.
This amplified high magnetic field causes the nucleus of an iron (Fe) isotope to be washed away, and the oscillating coil produces RF that corresponds to the specific frequency of the iron isotope.
Low-energy protones of iron isotopes absorb RF energy and produce nuclear magnetic resonance that reverses the axis of rotation so that it becomes uniform, resulting in more intense, higher magnetic fields, and amplified electricity generation
Autonomous Electric Generator
This is the final concept of the power generation engine. The interior is designed to be equipped with a motor and generator, and a low power (e.g. 12wh) is applied to turn the motor for the first time. The motor rotates and creates a magnetic field, which shields the steel plates to the N pole and the S pole for the first amplification of the magnetic field. The magnetic field is then disturbed and amplified. In the magnetic field, the atomic nucleus is aligned up and down. And this amplified high magnetic field causes the iron isotope fe (iron component) to be washed away, and when it is launched by producing an Rf (radio frequency) that corresponds to the specific frequency of the iron isotope in the launch coil, the atomic nucleus, aligned up and down, absorbs the frequency and turns the magnetic axis towards the high-energy proton. As a result, the magnetic field is amplified by the second time, the magnetic field is created, and the electrical energy is amplified.
The electricity generated is then circulated through the generator coil to charge the battery which rotates some (low power) through the capacitor, and the high power generated is also used by charging the chargeable battery via the capacitor and the conductor.
Nuclear Magnetic resonance
The atomic nucleus in a magnetic field resonates with electromagnetic waves at a certain frequency.
Nuclear magnetic resonance is used as a kind of molecular spectroscopy to identify the physical, chemical and electrical properties of molecules, and is also used in medicine to observe tissues within the body through MRI. In addition, nuclear magnetic resonance is being used in the development of future quantum computers. As with the electron having a spin, if any nucleus has a spin and no external magnetic field exists, the nuclear spin is randomly aligned. If you place the magnet from the outside and hang the magnetic field, it creates an induction magnetic field, where the nuclear spin is aligned in the same or opposite direction as the external magnetic field. Alignment in the same direction as the external magnetic field reduces the energy level, and the opposite direction increases the energy level. When you provide the frequency of radio waves from the outside to the energy, the spin of the nucleus takes energy and changes the spin state in the opposite direction to the outer magnetic field, forming a [high magnetic field].