Yildiz Motor

The  assembly  of  the  Yildiz Motor consists essentially of permanent magnets, plastic  and  aluminum.  However,  experiments  confirm  that,  without  being  connected  to  any  other  conventional source of energy (such as batteries, etc.),  the  motor  is  able  to  continually  develop  torque  on  a  spinning  axis,  and  can  be  operated  by  this  way  as  a  prime  mover.

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Assuming  that  the  permanent  magnet‐covered  rotor is immersed in magnetic field lines having helicoidal loops, a mechanical torque will  appear on the longitudinal axis (because of the circular component of the field lines), which will cause the rotor to spin. As a consequence, as long as the vortex‐like shape of the magnetic field is preserved (by some source of energy), it is possible to take mechanical energy from the rotating axis.

The mechanism that allows maintaining a helicoidal magnetic field in between rotor and stator is a direct consequence of particle jigging in permanent magnets. Inside magnetic materials, charged particles (electrons) jitter synchronously without collision. This process is maintained by electrons receiving energy from photons in the free space, and emitting photons back to the free space, by this way building the magnetic field (a coherent pattern of quantum fluctuations) around the magnets.

Normally it is an energy exchange process with no net energy transfer on average. However, when mechanical energy is taken from the spinning axis, it is assumed that, for a certain range of output power, the ingenious construction of magnets allows displacing enough energy from the quantum fluctuations through the internal particle jigging to keep the helicoidal shape of the magnetic field around the rotor.

Otherwise stated, the free space is the primary source of energy in the Yildiz motor, since the quantum fluctuations are what maintains the magnetic field vortices, in spite of the energy transfer through the spinning rotor.

Since the rotor rotates immersed in a helicoidal magnetic field, there is no voltage induction in the aluminum parts; therefore also no eddy currents will be induced.