In the last publish we understood the basics of the N machine and the principles governing its working which may be entirely different and opposing the laws of the mainstream science.
In this article we'll tr to grasp the actual mechanism of the N machine as per DePalma's basic N machine theory.
The N Machine was actually inspired by Michael Faraday's world famous Homopolar generator, which first time in history introduced a perplexing working condition of a motor where the rotor and the stator both were rotating together over a common central axis.
According to the conventional science, in order to generate electricity from magnet, it was imperative for either the rotor or the stator to remain stationery so that the magnetic lines of flux could cut through the conductor while the one of the elements was rotated.
However in Faraday's homopolar generator, both, the conductor and the magnet were clamped together and were in a rotating mode and the outcome was an electricity being generated across the central axis and the outer circumference of the conductor.
To be precise, the homolpolar generator had a central copper disc sandwiched between two identical permanent magnet discs. When this assembly was rotated at a relatively high speed, a potential difference could be seen developing across the center and the outer rim of the copper disc.
This outcome was baffling, since according to the conventional science this was impossible due to the fact that the magnetic field was moving in phase with the conductor so there was no possibility of the lines of flux alternating through the conductor and therefore there was no chance of any electricity inducing in the conductor?
The above concept was ignored since 1831, until 1978 when DePalma revived the plans and could improve the homopolar generator concept into his version of a working free energy device called the N machine, also nicknamed sunburst machine.
The following image shows the actual layout design of the N machine:
The above diagram provides us with a reasonably clear picture of the proposed free energy generator which can be easily replicated using our own imagination and improvements.
The following diagram drawn by me shows a tweaked design of the N machine, which can be further improved by the user through the process of experimentation.
Referring to the shown diagram above, and discussed in the earlier sections, we can witness the main parts of the machine, which are as follows:
A central copper disc made out of many parallel thin copper discs stuck together firmly. This copper is sandwiched between two strong permanent magnets with the shown north south poles across the copper disc.
This assembly is clamped and sealed to make a single unit having a common central hole for the rotating shaft.
The central shaft is fitted over two high grade, hermetically sealed ball bearing assembly across the two sides of the magnet/copper disc.
The ball bearing are tightly held by two aluminum axle like terminations which are in turn bolted with the inner wall of the wooden box in which the entire machine is enclosed.
The outer edge of the copper disc can be seen attached to a carbon brush fitting.
The output for collecting the free overunity electricity is derived by connecting the load across the connections from the central axle (linked with the copper disc center, and the brushed attachment (linked with the copper disc outer edge).
At the right side of the ball bearing ring, we can see a pulley wheel, which needs to be belted with an external drive motor for initiating the copper/magnet disc into a high speed rotation and for generating current across the indicated output terminals.
When rotated at around 3000 RPM, this assembly may be witnessed to be outputting a massive amount of current but at a very low voltage across the output.
The voltage generated may be actually too trivial, could be in millivolts, may be around 500mV to 1V...but the current could be well over 1000 to 10,000 amps or more depending upon the size of the discs, and the speed of rotation.
A boost converter circuit or a transformer could be employed for converting this low voltage into a higher voltage level and stepping up the potential to the desired normal levels..
The product of the generated V x I could apparently cross well over the watts consumed by the drive motor, resulting in an overunity conditions.
The polarity of the current across the output terminals depends on the direction of the rotation.
The above content explicitly explains the making of the free energy generator or the N machine, which looks quite simple actually but might require enormous amount of precision and care in order to actually implement the expected overunity results.