VMADDIM Voltage from Magnetic Attraction by Diverted Diamagnetic Intermittent Masking

Apparatus for creating voltage while stationary or being transported by intermittently masking magnetic attraction.

Full Description:
In the video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1CdUqNrj28) ferromagnetic metal is heated to change it to a diamagnetic metal and gravity pulls it down and away from the magnet, then when the metal cools and its ferromagnetic domains are restored and it still being in the field of the attractive flux it is pulled towards the magnet. The same change in magnetic attraction of a ferromagnetic metal can be achieved with a masking layer of Bismuth bound with Pyrolytic Carbon on the edges for seepage of flux (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u36QpPvEh2c), a solenoid with a core ferromagnetic non-retentive metal and C-shaped permanent magnets. The linear movement created with the electromagnetic activation/deactivation creates voltage from external magnetic induction and piezoelectric compression so, the upper main C permanent magnet must have sufficient pull for the total weight and the lower main C-shaped permanents must be 1/4 of the pull strength of the upper main (enough to compress the piezoelectric and not to overwhelm the upper main C-shaped permanent magnet). The voltage feedback from electron harvesting and collected in a capacitor will be sufficient to power the electromagnet with R x C discharge controlling the height achieved. The most critical aspect of the apparatus is the masking of the lower electromagnet (ferromagnetic core) and the permanents magnets from the strong upper C-shaped permanent magnet and then the seepage of flux is of sufficient strength to raise it and the carriage.

Problem this idea/invention addresses:
Renewable energy.

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Invention #12222
Date posted: 2017-11-04

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