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What the Magnetic Battery is:
Following in the footsteps of Tesla, Maxwell, Farraday & Crookes, I’ve used concepts from electrodynamics, chemistry, magnetism and physics to devise a device that accepts both internal heat -basically a thermocouple- and Alternating Currents (AC) to convert the electricity into electromagnetic waves; circulating under lesser [high voltage] resistance and stored in-phase with the entire electromagnetic field, the scalar B flux acts as a seal between the surrounding alloys (preventing damage to circuitry and causing exposure) & a dense medium for transitional energy.
Why this Should be made
Modern electrolyte batteries store a nominal voltage & current, which is not sufficient for nano-robotic battery inductors, electric vehicles or spacecrafts.
Imagine a modern electric car for example: Current battery banks consist of dozens of large (and low amp) 12volt batteries; this device could fit into a socket, emit electricity and not release any hazardous materials or radiation. It could store more than 700 times the amount of energy than the 12v battery alternative. Granted, this device won’t be rated to operate at such low voltage, and due to another innovation, a higher voltage of current will allow for greater capacity than what I previously mentioned!
The design can be scaled to mostly any size, with exponential storage ability.
Besides, longer-life batteries means less toxic material in landfills, and less chemical pollutants from manufacturers!
If you take the effects a step further, you’ll see how this concept affects everyone. Gasoline has a dominant role in creating Greenhouse emissions from hydrocarbons (which are warming the atmosphere); if your substitute the combustion engine/drive-shaft for batteries & DC motors, you’re moving the propelling energy back to its source where greater amounts of efficiency can be attained.
How it will be made
The exoskeleton (chassis) will be made of a soft iron alloy to prevent EMR (electromagnetic radiation) from being emitted under unwanted circumstances and nullifying any energy that is stored.
Modern batteries function on closed-circuits, which nullifies the current when not attached to a load (outside of air conductivity). In order to maintain the magnetic field though, the current is required to be constantly moving. One circuit I invented is a trans-connection circuit (TCC); self-generating the current by mechanical means, inside a closed system.
If I was using DC power, the magnetic fields generated by the flow of current wouldn’t move (unlike AC) due to constant voltage; however I need shifting waves working in conjunction with each other to amplify the signal.
There are few ways to convert the primary energy source from electromagnetism –> electricity. The most common way is by moving a piece of metal, like Iron, alternating past the face of a coil, cutting off the field lines.
What are the materials needed?
The materials that I need are mainly transition elements and alloys that I will need to melt & forge myself. Most are inexpensive, but one compound in particular is rare in its’ purest form. Pretty much all types of circuitry components are needed (and will be sealed from EMR – except basic coils & some non-logical circuits).
I will also need to purchase several pounds of graphite to form the mold of the chassis, and upgrade some equipment to assemble the components.
How long will it take to make this device?
After gathering & testing components, and melting/forming the chassis, assembly will take roughly a month to complete the device.