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Osamu IDE
Over-Unity Capacitance Motor








IDE Osamu  ( Mitaasahi Building 601, 4-21 Mita 3-chome, Minato-k, Tokyo 73, ?1080073, JP )



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The Tip of an Iceberg

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... Now comes the astonishing peer-reviewed technical paper by. Osamu Ide in the American Institute of Physics' Journal of Applied ...



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NEN, Vol. 4, No. 2, June 1996, pp. 8-9.

"Has Osamu Ide Observed a Violation of the Energy Conservation Law?" by Stefan Marinov.

The abstract is: "After presenting shortly the recent electromagnetic motor of Osamu Ide, I show that it is a repetition of the historic Edwin Gray's pulsed capacitor discharge electric engine. Similarly as Gray, Ide has observed a violation of the energy conservation law, due to the appearance of induced forth electric tension. I show that forth electric tension is induced in every electromagnetic generator and motor when the phase difference between tension and current is near to 90 degrees, and I report on simple experiments where induced forth tensions lead to a patent violation of the energy conservation law." Marinov loves to discuss experiments that demonstrate violations of scientific laws.



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New Paradigm of Science
Josef Hasslberger
[I paid ] a visit to Osamu Ide's Clean Energy Laboratory, and [ had ] a special meeting, on 23 November, [ 1996 with ]
Osamu Ide, the head of the Japanese Green Cross Society's Clean Energy Laboratory, told about a motor developed by him, which operates by discharge of a capacitor in an LC circuit. The motor utilizes the magnetic attraction between a pair of coils (the stator) and a ferromagnetic core (configured as a rotor) which moves between the coils. The unconsumed magnetic energy is recycled by recharging the capacitor. Ide says he observed an unusual increase of recharge voltage, which occurs only when the magnetic fields of opposing coils are opposing each other. The ferromagnetic core does not receive negative torque during the discharge. Ide believes he is witnessing a possible over-unity effect and has published an article about his motor in the Journal of Applied Physics, 77 (11) of 1 June 1995, entitled "Increased voltage phenomenon in a resonance circuit of unconventional magnetic configuration".

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New Energy News -- NEN, Vol. 4, No. 2, June 1996, pp. 8-9.
"Has Osamu Ide Observed a Violation of the Energy Conservation Law?" by Stefan Marinov. The abstract is: "After presenting shortly the recent electromagnetic motor of Osamu Ide, I show that it is a repetition of the historic Edwin Gray's pulsed capacitor discharge electric engine. Similarly as Gray, Ide has observed a violation of the energy conservation law, due to the appearance of induced forth electric tension. I show that forth electric tension is induced in every electromagnetic generator and motor when the phase difference between tension and current is near to 90 degrees, and I report on simple experiments where induced forth tensions lead to a patent violation of the energy conservation law." Marinov loves to discuss experiments that demonstrate violations of scientific laws.

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J. Applied. Phys., Vol. 77, No. 11, 1 June 1995.
Increased Voltage Phenomenon in a Resonant Circuit of Unconventional Magnetic Configuration
by
Osamu Ide.

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The behavior of an LCR (inductance-capacitance-resistance) circuit with a movable ferromagnetic core is discussed. The core is attracted by a magnetic field generated by an electric current resulting from the discharge of a capacitor in the closed LCR circuit. An unusual increase in recharge voltage, which was dependent on the magnetic configuration of the coil, was observed. This voltage increase does not conform to the mathematical simulation of the system. The possibility that a positive electromotive force was involved in this effect is discussed.'
I. INTRODUCTION
The author has been developing a motor operated by the discharge of a capacitor in an LCR (inductance-capacitance- resistance) circuit. Unlike conventional dc motors, this motor utilizes the magnetic force of attraction between a current- carrying coil and a movable ferromagnetic core. The force of attraction between the two components resulting from the capacitor discharge is converted to a rotary force. The uncon- sumed magnetic energy is recycled as electrical energy by recharging the capacitor.
In the course of developing this motor, it was discovered that the recharge voltage depends on the precise configuration of the system.
The purpose of this paper is to describe the increased voltage phenomenon observed in the above system. A differential equation that expresses the phenomenon, as. well as computer simulations, are also discussed.
It is appropriate here to briefly discuss other machines based on a similar magnetic phenomenon. Many attempts have been made to operate machinery that utilizes the non- linear phenomenon of magnetism, such as ferroresonance1'2 and parametric resonance.3 The basic features of these machines is the magnetic saturation effect. The machines primarily make use of the transition from a nonresonant state to a resonant state, i.e., from the high inductance of a nonsaturated state to the low inductance of a saturated state, converting these two modes to either oscillation or amplification. It should be noted that the present system is completely different from these machines, since there is no magnetic saturation in the coils. Voltage changes found in the system occur during the transition from a low-inductance state to a high-inductance state, and are not subjected to the sudden drop or rise typically associated with ferroresonance and parametric resonance. In other words, other systems operate in a closed magnetic field, whereas the system described here operates in an open magnetic field. Electrically, this system is basically closed, since the only power source used here is a charged capacitor; it has no ac power supply such as that used to operate other magnetic machines...
















V. DISCUSSION
The mathematical analysis in the previous section reveals that the recharge voltage decreases as the core speed increases. With a constant core speed, it predicts that the recharge voltage will decrease as a increases.
The reason for the decrease in the recharge voltage can be given as follows. The displacement of the core during discharge means there is a mechanical output in the system. It is reasonable to conclude that the mechanical motion of the core is compensated for by a decrease in recharge voltage. The cause of the increase in the apparent resistance R is considered to be the back EMF generated by the movement of the core. For a constant rotor speed, it is clear that a coil with a large a has a large attracting force.
However, the results differ in the case of the opposing mode. Though a is positive, r increases over the range up to a certain speed. After the peak, r decreases slightly but remains greater than the initial value.
These results can be explained from the assumption that the complex movement of the flux could generate a positive EMF: the increase in the recharge voltage is due to an EMF in the same direction as the discharge current, different from the back EMF caused by Faraday's law.
The past controversy concerning electromagnetic induc- tion might shed some light on this viewpoint. On this topic, several authors have stated that the motional EMF caused by the cutting of the magnetic flux and the induced EMF caused by Faraday's law were independent phenomena.4'5 These two different types of EMF are generally expressed by the following equation:
I (BXv)dl. Jo (12)
It can be postulated that these two types of EMF have contradicting effects within the coil, and that the motional EMF has a positive effect on the recharge voltage over a certain range of core speed.
This hypothesis seems to be consistent with the results, but is also highly speculative. It would be necessary to confirm its validity through further experimentation.
VI. CONCLUSIONS

In this paper, the behavior of an LCR circuit with a movable ferromagnetic core was discussed. The increase in the inductance of the coil, which is caused by the attraction of the core during discharge, yielded the following results.
(1) The recharge voltage is generally smaller when the core moves than when it is stationary. The decrease in the recharge voltage depends on the rate of change of the inductance. The simulation based on the theoretical equation confirmed the experimental results.
(2) When applying opposing magnetic fields to the facing coils, an increase in the recharge voltage can be observed in an electrically closed LCR circuit. The apparent resistance of the coil decreased correspondingly.
(3) It can be postulated that the complex movement of mag- netic flux generates a positive EMF, but the cause of the voltage increase is not clear.


PATENTS

JP63043577
POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT FOR MOTIVE POWER

Inventor: IDE OSAMU
Applicant: HASHIMOTO YUKIO ; IDE OSAMU
1988-02-24

Abstract -- PURPOSE:To effectively reduce internal loss and enhance efficiency, by forming a self-induction coil with superconducting substance. CONSTITUTION:A superconductive self-induction coil 22 is connected to spark discharge electrodes 16 and a rectifier 18 in series, and the series circuit and an electrostatic capacitor 12 are arranged in parallel with a DC power source 10 via a change-over switch 20. So far as the operation of this power supply circuit is concerned, first, the contact a of the change-over switch 20 is connected to a contact b1, and the electrostatic capacitor 12 is charged with the DC power source 10, and after that, by switching the contact a to a contact b3, the energy of the electrostatic capacitor 12 is sparkdischarged by the spark discharge electrodes 16 via the rectifier 18, and pulse-like current is fed to the coil 22.; By this current, a reverse-electromotive force is generated in the coil 22. By the superconduction of the coil 22, the resistance component of the circuit is reduced, and at the electrostatic capacitor 12, reverse-charging voltage approximating to 100 % of the initial charging voltage can be obtained.




JP2004303637
DISCHARGE GAP STRUCTURE OF TESLA COIL

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Inventor:  IDE OSAMU ; HAMADA KOICHI
Applicant:  NATURAL GROUP HONSHA KK
2004-10-28

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a discharge gap of a Tesla coil causing no fusion at screw portions of a rod-shaped electrode and a holding member in the discharge gap. SOLUTION: The discharge gap structure includes a pair of rod-shaped electrodes disposed opposite to each other; and a holding member with a flat plate portion composed of a conductor for holding and conducting the pair of electrodes including a rotatable rotary electrode disposed at a position held between the pair of electrodes and of which the interval between each of the electrodes and the rotary electrode is simultaneously decreased or increased by the rotation of the rotary electrode, and a driving means for rotating the rotary electrode. Screws are formed on each base end side of the rod-shaped electrodes, each of the pair of electrodes is screwed down to the holding member, resulting from the screws penetrating through screw holes disposed on the flat plate portion.; Moreover, each of the rod-shaped electrodes is fastened and fixed by a nut pressing the face of the base end side of the holding member.


JP2004103520
DISCHARGE ELECTRODE OF TESLA COIL AND TESLA COIL CONTAINING THE SAME

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Inventor: IDE OSAMU
Applicant: NATURAL GROUP HONSHA KK
2004-04-02

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a discharge electrode of a new Tesla coil efficiently irradiating high-voltage high frequency to an article and to provide the Tesla coil containing the discharge electrode. SOLUTION: An electrode of the Tesla coil contains a bowl-shaped electrode and a rod-shaped electrode installed at the center or in the vicinity of the center inside the bowl-shaped electrode. The Tesla coil contains a high-voltage DC power source; a primary resonance circuit connected to the high-voltage DC power source and containing a primary coil, a capacitor, and a discharge gap; and a secondary coil arranged in the vicinity of the primary coil, grounded at one end, and having the discharge electrode at the other end, and the discharge electrode is the discharge electrode of the Tesla coil.


JP2091906
ELECTROMAGNETIC COIL

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Inventor:  IDE OSAMU
Applicant:  NACHIYURARU KK ; IDE OSAMU
1990-03-30

PURPOSE:To obtain stable, high magnetic field without suffering from the influence of the external magnetic field, by putting a magnetic substance made of soft magnetic material between respective winding layers. CONSTITUTION:Windings 12 are wound around and attached to the cervical section 10a of an iron core 10 made of soft magnetic materials in order from the inside into a multilayered structure. On this occasion, a magnetic plate 14 made of soft magnetic materials is interposed between each pair of adjoining winding layers. As each winding layer 12 of the electromagnetic coil wound around and attached to the iron core 10 adjoins a magnetic plate (magnetic plates) 14, in this way, a high magnetic field can be obtained. And, along with that, a high-inductance electromagnetic coil can be obtained.; Besides, as external magnetic flux phi1 or phi2 passes through the magnetic plates 14 put between layers of the windings 12 and the flux is almost prevented from interlinking each winding 12, counterelectromotive force in the direction the same as or reverse to the current flowing in the windings is hardly generated. Accordingly, the winding current hardly varies preventing such bad influence.


JP63069469
POWER SUPPLY FOR POWER

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Inventor:  IDE OSAMU
Applicant:  HASHIMOTO YUKIO ; IDE OSAMU
1988-03-29

JP59162735
POWER SOURCE CIRCUIT OF SMALL-SIZED ELECTRONIC DEVICE

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Inventor: IDE OSAMU
Applicant: SEIKO INSTR & ELECTRONICS
1984-09-13

JP59162730
POWER SOURCE CIRCUIT OF SMALL-SIZED ELECTRONIC DEVICE

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Inventor: IDE OSAMU
Applicant: SEIKO INSTR & ELECTRONICS
1984-09-13

JP59162734
POWER SOURCE CIRCUIT OF SMALL-SIZED ELECTRONIC DEVICE

Inventor: IDE OSAMU
Applicant: SEIKO INSTR & ELECTRONICS
1984-09-13


JP59162733
POWER SOURCE CIRCUIT OF SMALL-SIZED ELECTRONIC DEVICE

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Inventor: IDE OSAMU
Applicant: SEIKO INSTR & ELECTRONICS
1984-09-13




TRANSFORMER


JP2011/066234
WO/2012/008576

Abstract: Disclosed is a transformer whereby power outputted from the secondary-side output in correspondence with the primary-side input is oututted with higher efficiency than in conventional transformers. The disclosed transformer is provided with two or more cores and a primary coil and secondary coil wound around said coils. Two or more magnetic circuits formed by the aforementioned cores and either the primary coil or the secondary coil produce mutually opposing magnetic lines of force, and said cores are arranged with at least one gap therebetween.



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