You can see that the influence of each STATOR MAGNET is about 2 cms at each STATOR MAGNET's side, and the IMPULSE REGION is 4 or 5 cms as we said before.

Here are the flux lines pertaining to the MOVING MAGNET and the STATOR MAGNETS:

The flux lines from the MOVING MAGNET are not equally distributed along the TRACK.

Usually, on other TRACK perpetual motion machines, the field to get the unidirectional force is set up without the MOVING MAGNET inside, so when they put the MOVING MAGNET inside, it changes the flux lines, and no unidirectional force is extracted. These TRACKS have parts of attraction and parts of repulsion when the MOVING MAGNET is inside. In this device, the concept is the other way round. You've got a field that looks to do nothing, but when you put the MOVING MAGNET inside, the flux lines changes in such a way that there is a force of the same direction on every position of the TRACK.


Take a look at this picture to see how the MOVING MAGNET changes the direction of the flux lines inside the STATOR MAGNETS:

As you can see, the presence of the MOVING MAGNET changes the magnetization direction on smaller STATOR MAGNETS. This change is more evident in front of the moving magnet than behind it due to the configuration of STATOR MAGNETS fields. The STATOR MAGNETS can't move, so the flux lines are more axially directed in front of the MOVING MAGNET. Maybe the forces magnitude is the same, but the X component is always greater in front of the MOVING MAGNET.

Here you've got an example:


The flux density on STATOR MAGNETS behind the MOVING MAGNET is higher than ahead:

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