Ferromagnetic Field Engine

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The ferromagnetic field engine or FFE is a vertical 2-cylinder mechanical bar magnet. When the engine turns on, it becomes a powerful electromagnetic superconductor capable of producing more electricity than required to operate. The FFE is configured to paramagnetically align 1-north and 1-south diamagnetic field cylinder or DFC to the same axis and loop cycle. Both DFCs are configured to create an electromagnetic field string or EFS. The FFE uses a hydraulic system to apply diamagnetic compression to alter both EFSs simultaneously with the same compression rate. Diamagnetic compression is used against the EFS to create electrical resistance. Electrical resistance formed this way positive charges the FFE’s field current by removing electrons from the field current and containing them in the DFCs. The removed electrons form an electrical core and that’s what we’re after. The purpose of the FFC is to create both electrical cores which ionizes the field current and entangle them to the FFE’s electromagnetic loop cycle.

There is a 4-step start-up sequence that transforms the FFE into a powerful electromagnetic superconductor. The 1st step is creation via diamagnetic compression, all additional steps represent electrical gateways. The 2nd step is called paramagnetic attraction, this step ensures that the electrical path through the FFE and the electrical path around the FFE is open. The 3rd step is called the dipole entanglement cycle and it uses the electrical output of both electrical cores to enhance the linear electrical connection that is already open between DFCs due to step-2. Step-3 forms an electrical arc that electrically connects separated pistons. The 4th step is called the dipole cancellation entanglement cycle and it uses the electrical output of both electrical cores to enhance the field connection that occurs around the FFE. Step-4 when engaged should emit a slight glow to indicate that FFE’s entangled electromagnetic field cycle is closed, the cycle is positive charged, and any applied electrical resistance generated is cancelled out. As an electromagnetic superconductor the FFE achieves a high expulsion of flux and zero electrical resistance. In theory, any loss of energy from the FFE should be replaced immediately by electrical resistance to maintain zero electrical resistance at a high resistance level. It’s the perfect battery that was designed using both quantum theory and string theory concepts.

If the FFE had to be compared to modern day technological marvels, it would be to the Tokamak style electrical superconductors aimed at creating cheap sustainable electricity. The difference is that the FFE is vastly less complex. The FFE’s design is meant to be mass produced for less cost and in a smaller time frame that today’s massive machines that aren’t meeting expectations. Since the FFE is basically a mechanical bar magnet, the FFE’s mass can be increased or decreased depending on the specific application its being constructed for. In the world of tomorrow, will our homes be powered by a compact FFE house battery that can produce a constant 110 volts or will larger FFEs electrify massive cities or isolated islands?

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  • ABOUT THE ENTRANT

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    Brian Goodman
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    My project was inspired by my personal interest in engines, magnets, concepts, and puzzles. My personal inspiration comes from how I see the world's power production problem and how I feel the problem can be resolved, plus the ability to supply an electrical surplus worldwide.
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