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Proposal for the New Regeneration Energy Made by Converting Magnetic Force into Mechanical Energy
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 Title & Authors
Proposal for the New Regeneration Energy Made by Converting Magnetic Force into Mechanical Energy
Shin, Hyun-Joon; Kim, Jung-Yup; Park, Byong-Jik; Lee, Su-Gak;
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 Abstract
Currently, identifying a new carbon-free energy resource is important in order to resolve the global warming problem. Along the same line, this paper studied how to convert magnetic force into mechanical force and a new basic mechanism of converting magnetic force into mechanical force was identified. Long-term reliability test, around 15 million times, was also conducted at to evaluate the durability of magnetic force. As a result, tests showed that the deviation of the mechanical force was within 0.8% of the initial force, and the relation between repulsive force (P) and ambient temperature (T) was formulated in a linear equation P
 Keywords
Permanent magnet;Magnetic force;Carbon-free;Energy conversion;
 Language
Korean
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