A Definitive Guide to Faraday Disk and N-Machine Technologies

Foreword by Gary Johnson, Ph.D.

Homopolar Handbook

The rotating disk dynamo has mystified every scientist since Faraday's 1831 discovery. Also called a unipolar generator (or N-Machine by Bruce DePalma), its efficiency is often known to above 95% in commercial models. Nikola Tesla's Notes on a Unipolar Dynamo, Einstein and Laub's article on a rotating magnetic dielectric, Inomata's new Paradigm and N-Machine, a list of homopolar patents, and more are included. Can the homopolar generator become a self-running free energy machine? Facts are here so the reader can reach an informed conclusion. (192-page book)

Investigating the Paulsen UFO story and the DePalma claims of overunity, the author began an earnest scientific endeavor in 1980 to build a homopolar generator and test for the elusive "back torque" which had never been measured before. The project helped complete his Master's degree in Physics at SUNY at Buffalo. Only afterwards did the connection to John R. R. Searl's energy and propulsion invention become apparent. (Each roller magnet in the Searl device is a small homopolar generator and the entire set of rollers create a radial Lorentz force too.)

  • Historical Development of the Field Rotation Paradox
  • History of the Torque Controversy
  • Classical Theory of the Faraday Disk Dynamo
  • Unipolar Induction is Fundamentally a Relativistic Effect
  • General Relativistic Approach for Rigorous Scientists
  • The Theory of Armature Reaction and Resulting Back Torque
  • Experimental Results with Different Homopolar Generators
  • References
  • I- Homopolar Reference Material
  • II- Related Papers by the Author
  • III- Wilhelm Report: The Stelle Homopolar Machine
  • IV - Einstein's Solution: Rotating Magnetic Dielectric
  • V - Sunburst Material
  • VI - DePalma Material
  • VII - Miscellaneous Papers and Letters

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