Magnetic Propulsion Canoe

The "Magnetic Propulsion Canoe" is a boat propulsion system using "solenoid / linear motor" that are implementing magnetic repulsion to move the boat upon the water. A "prop-less" method to move the boat. The system is powered by a fuel less generator to "sustain" long distance travel.

Parts List

1. proximity switch used when the slide hammer is in place to the reset it's magnetic gauss

2. vacuum level meter

3. one way vacuum valve

4. Main electromagnet and one way valve  - used to lower the vacuum level in the linear motor

5. vacuum level meter

6. proximity switch

7. gauss toroid (electromagnet) - increases the magnetic level in the slide hammer

8. solenoid wire windings

9. slide hammer slide "rod"

10. horizontal vector rotation electric motor

11. roller wheel

12. retention coil spring

13. circular frame 180 degree carriage range of travel (positional variance of the horizontal force

      vector "bank" of linear motors)

14. carriage "frame"

15. maximum travel stop switch tab

16. floor vector system carriage

17. positional electric motor stop switch

18. canopy string hook

19. maritime marker lamp

20. maritime lamp lamp post

21. photovoltaic (solar panel boat "rim") - battery charging system

22. canopy flex arch "tent" support recess mounts the canopy - continues along the length of the canoe

23. mooring hoop

24. front wheel lowering hand crank

25. pull handle

26. pull handle hinge / swivel

27. front wheel - used to "dock" the boat assisted by cable wench if necessary

28. tent stow access panel

29. canoe hull

30. seat

31. bow lock lid

32. lid hinge arc

33. bow lid permanent magnet

34. forward lamp assembly

35. upper permanent magnet bow lid

36. fuel less power system ( battery "Start up" assist ) - generator "bay" power system located


37. canoe water evacuation - electric water pump

38. floor drain water pump intake

39. water evacuation fitting - expels water from the boat

40. water pipe

41. horizontal vector access lid hinge

42. horizontal vector access lid (water tight - compression latch)

43. compression latch

44. navigator's seat

45. port and stern horizontal vector control lever (left side of the canoe)

46. canoe speed and direction lever "throttle" adjust the current intensity level within the solenoid

      electric magnetic propulsion motors (right side of the canoe)

47. audio equipped head rest

48. seat back rest positional dial

49. seat travel distance (seat mounts upon a locking slide rail system)

50. canoe speed control system

51. throttle lock notch indent - to lock the speed lever in place

52. on board refrigeration system

53. rear canopy tent hook

54.  induction cook top

55. ration stow (food cabinet)

56. rear maritime market lamp

57. work lamp

58. rear maritime lamp lamp post

59. rear marker lamp (break lamp)

60. rear wheel

61. dual rear wheel assembly support  "A" shaped frame

62. canoe direction and speed "throttle" controls the current intensity in the linear motors - Letter "B"

63. arm rest sum of two upon each seat - left and right

64.  rubber slide hammer "stop bushing"

65.  permanent magnet slide hammer - causes magnetic poles to repel while the solenoid windings are 

       causing the slide hammer to constantly "push" in direction - rides upon the core shaft using roller bearings

66. horizontal force vector assembly roller wheel carriage "tension wheel" assembly

67. horizontal "frame" roller wheel" positions the linear motors to cause canoe vector change

68. horizontal vector assembly thru bore electrical current transfer slip ring

69. rear wheel frame hinge

70. rear wheel assembly locking ratchet lever and ratchet system

71. seat forward "tilt" lever - allows for quick access to the floor refrigerator

72. toroid gauss "doughnut" magnetic inducement wire - increases the magnetic potential to the parked

      slide hammer

73. helm control electronics and system display panel (right side of the canoe)

74. mass wheel (gyroscopic stabilization system)

75. r.p.m. sensor (revolutions per minute sensor)

76. "reverser" gear system (sealed lubrication)

77. dual shaft electric motor

78. mass wheel (gyroscopic inertia stabilizer)

79. refrigerator door lid internal lamp

80. life vest stow stores four life flotation vest (stows two vest each side)

81. linear motor wire coil - pulse intensity (variable intensity) to cause automatic different intensity level

      of current to "allow"  the slide hammer to effectively "surf" / recoil. The high intensity part of the sine

      wave electrical current within the coil of the solenoid / linear motor causing magnetic compression causing

      thrust via the mounting of the linear motor mounted to the hull alternately solid current feed to then high

      magnetic repulsion

Letter labeled as letter "A" = inertia gyroscopic stabilizers

Letter labeled as letter "B" = linear electromagnetic repulsion linear motor "bank" location sum of four banks total

Letter labeled as letter "C" = horizontal force vector rotator an "alternate" letter "C" platform follows; note

                                              the electromagnetic electromagnets feed wires then recessed into the

                                              carriage "frame" and are connected to the electricity from the thru bore electricity

                                              transfer slip ring.

                                             The hydraulic piston assembly then causing perpendicular

                                              reactant force displacement, by hydraulic fluid suction, to "off set" / (nullify) the

                                              force static in the electromagnetic electromagnet force equation..

                                              simply stated;

                                              "if the electromagnetic electromagnets cause horizontal travel the hydraulic

                                              fluid pistons are then caused to suck fluid into vertical direction at 90 degrees

                                              into a center cylinder with piston. The center piston is then

                                              with larger diameter than the horizontal hydraulic fluid pistons flow lines / flow pipes

                                              causing the static in the force equation to then be "deflected / diverted allowing the

                                              electromagnets to cause directional instigation of motion..." as the fluid atop the

                                              center piston is then pulled to the manual control hand lever or "ski pole" style

                                              "throttle lever" by the unit's hydraulic piston.

When viewing "alternate" letter "C" think of an air plane wing. The high pressure and low pressure effect of air flow across the air foil (shape of and aircraft wing) then, can also apply to magnets, where as the low pressure is attractant magnetic poles causing the "low pressure tilt" and the repellent similar poles causing the repulsion producing motion, when the potential is transferred to the hull via the system mounting encasement.

The hydraulic pistons then in the horizontal position (opposed alignment) will then feed hydraulic fluid to the lower half of the center piston containing an internal piston "head" and alignment guide rods. In the lower picture, the inverted hydraulic piston then is connected to a "bracket" that causes the upright piston to compress the electromagnetic electromagnets causing the canoe to move. The up right piston acts as a safety dampener and assist in the movement of the electromagnets and lessens the hydraulic resistance upon the manual control lever.

The upper chamber of the center piston assembly then connects to the manual actuation hand lever and main suction piston that is assisted by expansion coil springs. When the hand lever is pushed forward it causes hydraulic suction compressing the electromagnetic electromagnets. A thumb lock can then stabilizes the lever in specific position for level of compression. The "lever then also able to lock to the "ski pole" style "throttle lever". The hand control then for "alternate" letter "C" is then with internal gear reduction system to lessen the physical pressure required to operate the lever for ease of operation.

Letter labeled as letter "D" = life vest stow (each side of the canoe) left and right "stow" with lamps that operate

                                              upon variable intensity - dimmer switch

Note - the linear motors can be chilled by the refrigeration system then causing cold upon the slide rod

           thus "chilling" the field coil windings - thermal regulation incurred by system current level limiting electronics.

Note - all electromagnetic producing devices are then shielded for high electromagnetic field and all

          possible electrical inductance is then dealt with in the canoes generator logic control system by

          controlled static or induced electrical charge build up dissipation unit.

Note - only explosion proof sealed type inert Nobel gas type electric motors and generators should be used


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