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ParaNetic Magnetic Field

A newly discovered magnetic field orientation that changes the fundamental design of electric motors.

Acts like an ordinary magnet with three major exceptions:

  • The ParaNetic magnetic field has two of the same polarity fields on either side, with a single opposite polarity field sandwiched between them. These fields are generated at room temperature, without the use of superconducting materials (see the illustration above).

  • Unlike a normal magnet that is made of a solid object generating north and south magnetic fields, the ParaNetic magnet is a "projected magnetic", allowing any solid object to pass through its magnetic fields from end-to-end.

  • The ParaNetic magnetic field will capture and suspend an ordinary permanent magnet at its North/South transition locations, providing the perfect foundation for building transducers with extreme sensitivity.

Learn More About The ParaNetic Magnetic Field 

Demonstration of the ParaNetic Magnetic Field
Demonstration of ParaNetic Magnetic Suspension
Demonstration of ION Propulsion

Applications for the ParaNetic Magnetic Field

  • Electric motors with improved efficiency, smaller size, better power-to-weight, and increased torque.

  • Miniaturized transducers - essentially turning today’s technology inside out.

  • Speakers with high fidelity in a micro footprint.

  • Linear acceleration such as carrier launch systems with significantly improved size and efficiency.

  • Magnetic valves deliver very specific doses by eliminating friction and wear.

  • Extremely sensitive sensors for use in imaging and detection.

  • Magnetic brakes and bearings.

  • Magnetic springs and shock absorbers.

  • And many more applications.

The ParaNetic Motor and Magnet

The Electric motor has revolutionized countless industries by providing efficient and reliable propulsion. However, traditional electric motors often exhibit limitations in terms of their magnetic field configurations and utilization. In contrast, the ParaNetic electric motor and its associated ParaNetic magnet, offer unique characteristics and advantages that set them apart from conventional motor designs. The following explores the advantages of the ParaNetic electric motor and delves into the distinctive features of the ParaNetic magnet. THE THREE POLE MAGNET - Unlike the poles produced by an ordinary magnet, which consists of a single north and south pole, the ParaNetic magnet boasts a unique polarity configuration. It generates two north poles with a south pole sandwiched in-between, or alternatively, two south poles with a single north pole. This characteristic sets it apart from conventional magnets and opens new possibilities for motor design and functionality. LINEAR OR CIRCULAR LAYOUT - An unlimited number of ParaNetic magnets can be linked together in a straight line for linear motion, or in a circle to form the foundation of the ParaNetic motor. A VIRTUAL MAGNET - One of the unique differences of the ParaNetic magnet is the ability to pass an object completely through its magnetic fields, including the boundary points where the fields switch from one pole to another. This is not the case with either a permanent or electromagnet. THE PARANETIC ADVANTAGE - The most important advantage of the ParaNetic motor is its ability to utilize both sides of the rotor's and stator's magnetic fields simultaneously. By harnessing both sides of the fields at the same time, the ParaNetic motor achieves superior performance, increased torque output, produces less heat, and achieves enhanced efficiency. CAPTURE AND SUSPEND - Another Unique feature of the ParaNetic magnet is its remarkable ability to capture and suspend permanent magnets at the locations where these polarities switch. This property finds practical application in the creation of transducers, which is not covered in this presentation. FIVE -TO-ONE RATIO - The ParaNetic magnet harnesses the power of five individual electromagnets, interacting with one permanent magnet to generate rotational power. This stands in contrast to traditional permanent magnet motors that use a single electromagnet, interacting with a single permanent magnet. Because the ParaNetic magnet utilizes the combined power of five individual electromagnets, the amount of current needed to generate an equivalent magnetic field is reduced. By reducing the current flowing through the coils, the ParaNetic motor generates less heat, increasing the efficiency of the motor. In comparison, a rim drive motor, with its reliance on a single electromagnetic coil, interacting with a single permanent magnet, requires significantly higher currents, leading to increased heat production in the coils and decreased overall efficiency. HOLLOW-CORE PERMANENT MAGNET ROTOR - The rotor portion of the ParaNetic motor incorporates permanent magnets with hollow cores. These hollow cores serve a dual purpose. First, they allow the permanent magnet to be secured to the rotor portion of the motor, and second, they redistribute the strength of the magnetic field away from the middle of the magnet and towards the edges. As a result, the magnetic field of these permanent magnets are stronger at their edges where they pass closest to the five electromagnets. This distribution of the magnetic field to the edges enhances the ParaNetic motor's overall performance and ensures optimal utilization of the magnetic fields. SUMMARY - The ParaNetic motor and its associated ParaNetic magnet offer numerous advantages, as well as unique characteristics that set it apart from traditional electric motor designs. As motor technology continues to advance, the ParaNetic electric motor will stand at the forefront of innovation, offering a promising future for efficient and sustainable propulsion in many industries.

How Does a Magnet Work

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Even if you cut a bar magnet in half, you won't be able to remove its poles. It will only result in the production of two magnets, each of which will have a north pole that is attracted to the south pole of the other magnet, and vice versa. Magnets are beneficial for a wide variety of tasks due to their inherent quality of attraction, which explains why they may be attached to everything from a refrigerator to a party invitation to being used in medical imaging. But where do these polar opposites come from? What is the function of the magnet's north and south poles? Magnets are considered to be "one of the deepest mysteries in physics." Even though magnets have been used by humans for thousands of years, there are still many things that scientists do not understand about how they function. The movement of electrons provides the simplest explanation for why magnets have poles to attract and repel magnetic fields. Atoms are the fundamental building blocks of all matter, including magnets. The positively charged nucleus of every atom is encircled by one or more electrons, which have a negative charge. Every one of these electrons produces its very own little magnetic field, which is referred to by researchers as a "spin." When a sufficient number of these weak magnetic fields are aligned in the same direction, the substance in question will acquire its own magnetic properties. The concept of the "spin" of an electron can be considered somewhat conceptual. Since it is much too small to be visible even with a microscope, the spinning of an electron has never been observed by human eyes. However, physicists are aware that electrons possess a magnetic field due to the fact that they have measured it. Additionally, if the electron were spinning, this field might be formed as a result of its motion. If you were to change the direction that the spin was going, the magnetic field would also change. When it is conceivable, electrons will pair up so that their spins will cancel each other out, which will result in an atom having no overall magnetism. On the other hand, this cannot take place in some elements like iron. Because of the quantity of electrons and the way they are arranged around the nucleus, every iron atom will have at least one unpaired electron, which will result in the production of a very weak magnetic field. These separate magnetic fields are pointing in a variety of unpredictable directions within a substance that has not been magnetized. In that state, they largely nullify each other out, which results in the material not being magnetic as a whole. However, if the conditions are correct, the minuscule magnetic fields that exist at the subatomic level can align themselves so that they point in the same direction. One way to think about this is as the difference between a throng of people who are aimlessly meandering about and a mob of people who have organized themselves and are all looking the same direction. Because the accumulation of these extremely minute magnetic fields results in a larger magnetic field, the material in question transforms into a magnet. Permanent magnets include a significant portion of the magnets utilized in day-to-day life, such as those found on refrigerators. Because of some external force, the magnetic fields of many of the atoms that make up the material have become permanently aligned in these materials. For example, this could have occurred as a result of the material being placed inside of a more intense magnetic field. Electricity is typically responsible for producing those more intense magnetic fields. Because magnetic fields are produced by the motion of electrical charges, electricity and magnetism are inextricably bound together at their most fundamental level. Because of this, an electron that is spinning will have a magnetic field. However, scientists also have the ability to harness electricity in order to produce extremely potent magnets. When a sufficient amount of current is passed through a coil of wire, a highly powerful magnetic field is produced, which continues to exist for as long as the current is flowing. In the field of physics research, these electromagnets are frequently utilized. In addition to that, you can find them in medical equipment like magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) devices. The planet also possesses its very own magnetic field, which is what allows a compass needle to point in the right direction. The end of a magnet that, if it were allowed to spin freely, would point toward the north pole of the earth is what scientists mean when they refer to the north pole of a magnet. However, from a more scientific point of view, this indicates that the magnetic north pole on Earth is actually the magnetic south pole because like poles attract and opposing poles repel. It is generally accepted in the field of physics that the lines of the magnetic field create a complete loop by flowing forth from the north pole of the magnet and back into the south pole of the magnet. Physicists have also discovered alternative configurations of magnetic poles, such as quadrupoles, in which both north and south magnetic poles are combined and organized in a square pattern. But there is still a challenge to overcome: no one has yet discovered a magnetic monopole. Electrons and protons are examples of electric monopoles, which means that each of these subatomic particles carries only a single electric charge, which can be either positive or negative. However, electrons and other particles share a characteristic in that they have two magnetic poles. The fact that they are fundamental particles also means that they cannot be subdivided any further. This disparity between the way particles act electrically and magnetically has piqued the interest of a great deal of scientists, and some of them view the discovery of a particle that possesses a single magnetic pole as the holy grail of their field. The physical rules that we currently comprehend could be called into question if this phenomenon was discovered.

The ParaNetic Magnetic Field

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Did you know that magnets play a crucial role in the development of next-generation electric aircraft? As the aviation industry embraces the shift toward sustainable propulsion, next-generation electric motors have emerged as a key technology for powering these aircraft. The electric motor offers numerous advantages over traditional combustion engines, including higher efficiency, reduced emissions, and quieter operation. Magnets, in particular, are key to building these electric motors, and until recently, every magnet has had a single north and south pole. The configuration of magnets within a motor plays a vital role in its performance and the arrangement of the magnets within the rotor and stator determines the motor's speed, efficiency, and torque output. Engineers strive to optimize these magnetic fields to ensure the smooth and efficient operation of a motor. The recent discovery of the ParaNetic magnet opens up a wide number of exciting possibilities in designing next-generation electric motors for aircraft. The unique polarity configuration of the ParaNetic magnet, with two north poles and a sandwiched south pole (or vice versa), offers distinct advantages over the single north and south pole magnet. The major advantage of the ParaNetic magnet lies in its ability to utilize both sides of the rotor's and stator's magnetic fields simultaneously. This results in increased torque, reduced heat generation, and higher efficiency compared to motor designs using conventional magnets. In the context of electric aircraft, the importance of magnets in electric motors cannot be overstated. They contribute to the lightweight and efficient design of the motors, ultimately impacting the aircraft's performance and range. By harnessing the power of magnets and incorporating innovative magnet technologies like the ParaNetic magnet, engineers can push the boundaries of these next-generation electric motors, enabling more efficient and sustainable aviation. As electric aircraft technology continues to evolve, ongoing research and development efforts are focused on optimizing motor design, improving manufacturing, and refining rotor/stator configurations to maximize efficiency and power output. In Conclusion: As advancements in magnet technology like the ParaNetic magnet continue, electric aircraft will benefit from the development of next-generation, high-performing electric motors, paving the way for a cleaner and more sustainable aviation industry. To see a demo of the ParaNetic magnet drop us a note.

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