GB2429244A - Optical motor using refraction - Google Patents

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GB2429244A
GB2429244A GB0617063A GB0617063A GB2429244A GB 2429244 A GB2429244 A GB 2429244A GB 0617063 A GB0617063 A GB 0617063A GB 0617063 A GB0617063 A GB 0617063A GB 2429244 A GB2429244 A GB 2429244A
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H02GENERATION; CONVERSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER
    • H02NELECTRIC MACHINES NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • H02N11/00Generators or motors not provided for elsewhere; Alleged perpetua mobilia obtained by electric or magnetic means
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H02GENERATION; CONVERSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER
    • H02NELECTRIC MACHINES NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • H02N11/00Generators or motors not provided for elsewhere; Alleged perpetua mobilia obtained by electric or magnetic means

Abstract

An optical motor produces rotation when exposed to incident light. The light 4 is directed to an axial core 3, from which it is distributed along curved spokes 1 which radiate away from the axis of the rotor. The motor is claimed to offer improved control and be useful for a range of applications.

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TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

The transfer of energy that gives rise to rotational motion for this current invention adopts a principle know as optical tweezing whereby light energy through refraction releases a force which from early experiments gave rise to angular momentum which was observed on an atomic scale - Arthur Ashkin (Ashkin 1970) and Steven Chu - 1997.

For this application a rotary coupling Fig. 1 with spiral spokes 1, fig. I form the opto-mechanical transducer which when coupled to a rotary based machine or system will provide the angular momentum that gives rise to rotation.

To maintain the angular momentum the channeled beam of light 4 fig.2 must be constantly held in a state of refraction or perpetual refraction. This is achieved through a cyclic process where the spiral spokes I fig. I distribute the axial beam of light out toward the rim 2 fig. 1 of the rotary coupling fig. 1. The direction of the refracted beam along the spiral spokes causes the beam to continually flow in a loop thereby keeping the beam of light locked in a continuous state of refraction hence maintaining constant angular momentum thereby guaranteeing rotation. (1)

The rotational speed of said rotary coupling (and hence the rotational based device) is dependant on the axial beam of light which according to Planks quantum mechanical theory of light/photons is defined as E = hf where E - energy (Joules), h - planks constant, f.. frequency (Hertz).

With a direct relationship between energy and frequency, the input beam of light can control the output rotational speed of a machine or rotational based device by adjusting the frequency.

Hence doubling the speed will double the frequency and so on.

The distribution of the axial light occurs by reflecting the incident beam off a reflected surface 5, fig.3 as the light travels along the couplings, axial core 3, fig.2.

The axial core 3, flg.2 permits light through the spiral spokes 1, fig.2 that provide the refraction and transmit the refracted wave toward the couplings rim to facilitate perpetual refraction.

The fig.3 shows just the axial core to emphasize the distribution of the axial light source out towards the rim 2, fig.2. (2)

SUMMARY OF OPERATION

Electro magnetic induction is the process by which electrical energy is converted to provide rotation of motor based systems in use today.

The current invention harness light energy through a rotary coupling connected to the rotation device that is to be driven, and through refraction harness the light energy to provide angular momentum.

The light source can be artificial or naturally occuring white light that will undergo refraction to produce the seven spectral colours, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.

The rotary coupling is a sealed device that traps the axial light energy. (3)

BACKGROUND OF INVENTION

The Industrial Revolution brought about a transformation with the introduction of electricity to provide power to control and manipulate machines in an effort to assist in the pursuit of all forms of human endeavour wether personal, public or private.

Developed nations across the globe employ a national grid system with regards to the supply and distribution of power to homes, businesses, civil and industrial premises across regions and continents which are mainly fossil fuel based or hydro electrically powered.

The end of the century began to see a shift towards developing and adopting more environmentally conscious means of energy production, namely wind and solar power, however due to the correct environmental conditions required for such technologies to function and their current efficiency compared with conventional sources, their adoption as a viable alternative for supplying power is still in the developing stages.

Perhaps the most common conversion process that harnesses electricity is the electro-magnectic induction process whereby electrical power gives rise to rotational motion.

The following invention is an improvement on existing means of transfering energy to facilitate the control of rotational based machines and systems for the purpose of personal, private, public, civil, business, environmental, on and off world explorationlhabitation and reasons of national security. (4)

One aspect of the current invention is to provide an improvement on existing means of transferring energy to facilitate the control of rotational based machines and systems for the purpose of personal interests.

Another aspect of the current invention is to provide an improvement on existing means of transfering energy to facilitate the control of rotational based machines and systems for the purpose of personal and private interests.

And another aspect of the current invention is to provide an improvement on existing means of transfering energy to facilitate the control of rotational based machines and systems for the purpose of personal, private and public interests.

And yet another aspect of the current invention is to provide an improvement on existing means of transfering energy to facilitate the control of rotational based machines and systems for the purpose of personal, private, public and civil interests.

And still yet another aspect of the current invention is to provide an improvement on existing means oftransfering energy to facilitate the control of rotational based machines and systems for the purpose of personal, private, public, civil and business interests.

A thrther aspect of the current invention is to provide an improvement on existing means of transforming energy to facilitate the control of rotational based machines and systems for the purpose of personal, private, public, civil, business and environmental interests. (5)

Still a further aspect of the current invention is to provide an improvement on existing means of transforming energy to facilitate the control of rotational based machines and systems for the purpose of personal, private, public, civil, business, environmental and on and offworld exploration/habitation.

And yet a further aspect of the current invention is to provide an improvement on existing means of transforming energy to facilitate the control of rotational based machines and systems for the purpose of personal, private, public, civil, business, environmental and on and offworld exploration/habitation and reasons of national security. (6)

Claims (5)

1. An opto - mechanical transducer is provided that is an improvement on existing means of transfering energy to facilitate the control of rotational based machines and systems for the purpose of personal, private, public, civil, business, environmental, on and off world exploration/habitation and reasons of national security.
2. The claims in claim I wherein said transfering of energy is achieved via a rotary coupling device.
3. The claim in claim 2 wherein said transfer of energy via said rotary coupling device induces a state of perpetual refraction.
4. The claim in claim 2 wherein said rotary coupling device comprises spiral spokes that transforms incident axial light into refracted light that contribute to produce said effect of perpetual motion.
5. The claim in claim 2 where in output rotational motion or rotational momentum is achieved through coupling the required output device to said rotary coupling in order to link rotational energy. (7)
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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US4926037A (en) * 1988-11-23 1990-05-15 Martin Lopez Fernando R Apparatus and method to control the precisional position of a light weight motor energized by radiant energy
JPH0698572A (en) * 1992-09-11 1994-04-08 Nikon Corp Optical micromotor and its rotating direction control method
JPH06148560A (en) * 1992-11-10 1994-05-27 Nippon Telegr & Teleph Corp <Ntt> Micro-rotor and its manufacture
JPH07170773A (en) * 1993-12-15 1995-07-04 Nikon Corp Reversible optical drive motor
US20050173622A1 (en) * 2002-01-16 2005-08-11 Uc Tech Multiple optical vortices for manipulating particles

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US4926037A (en) * 1988-11-23 1990-05-15 Martin Lopez Fernando R Apparatus and method to control the precisional position of a light weight motor energized by radiant energy
JPH0698572A (en) * 1992-09-11 1994-04-08 Nikon Corp Optical micromotor and its rotating direction control method
JPH06148560A (en) * 1992-11-10 1994-05-27 Nippon Telegr & Teleph Corp <Ntt> Micro-rotor and its manufacture
JPH07170773A (en) * 1993-12-15 1995-07-04 Nikon Corp Reversible optical drive motor
US20050173622A1 (en) * 2002-01-16 2005-08-11 Uc Tech Multiple optical vortices for manipulating particles

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