Well, I hope this turns out to be something interesting and legit, as I am sure you have read the rules by now.
If so, it could be quite interesting.
I think I know what you are getting at and I pointed that out in my second paragraph.
The underlining theory of the dynamo is based on two patents that I have come across. They are as follows:
- Thomas A Edison, 1890, Patent # 434,586
- Edwin S Pridham(for Magnavox), 1947, Patent # 2,426,322
The goal of the project is to build a generator that is based on the making and breaking of a magnetic circuit. I have carefully planned out my theory and spent many hours building the electromagnet that I presented in the pictures above. The device is being hand built, I am taking my time and I am taking my project serious.
I hope members on this forum can appreciate the time, effort and craftsmanship that has/is going into my dynamo. You may not necessarily agree with the principle (and I have not laid it out completely yet) but hopefully you can appreciate the craftsmanship.
There is no violation of any laws here, the patents mentioned above are legitimate and I am pulling off there base concepts. The only thing I claim as original is "how" I intend to break the magnetic circuit.
With this post I wanted to dive into the theory of operation more, however I am still at work and don't have that much time. I did want to respond to the posters comment to clear up any confusion.
I work for a global energy giant as a project manager, prior to that I was in the Air-Conditioning & Heating field for 20 years as a technician and contractor.
The project will take time to complete as some of the electronics still need to be designed, purchased and installed. I solved most of my engineering hurdles and one in particular, that dealt with precision timing, I am the most proud of. Hopefully the members here can simply enjoy the effort that it takes to bring a project from conception to reality.