I did no tighten the shaft well enough. In the middle of the experiment the magnets stopped spinning. Notice the iron was not accelerated. Two of the three aluminum strips were thrown. So then what the spinning magnets can people used for. It’s a fine magnetic clutch that doesn’t wear out because no friction contact. That has application on electric bicycles. No peddle start.
All It takes is an simple hollow aluminum tube with the magnets spinning inside. By removing the iron the motor smoothly accelerates to top speed. Adding a flywheel. To the motor shaft increases torque.
Torque erratic highs and lows because the permanent magnet is like an electromagnet left on. This can be corrected by a universal wound electric motor driver from a vacuum cleaner gear reduction as the driver.
It’s aluminum and copper here being accelerated
As you can see in the moving picture. The aluminum is not at all attracted to the permanent magnets. When the magnets are spinning, the aluminum or copper is dragged in the direction of motion without being attracted downward toward the magnets. So the aluminum is thrown tangent like mud on a spinning wheel.
The culminator idea is old for generating intense x rays
The military opted for funding inferior laser for the nuclear fusion ball or bell which is inferior for what the military would get out of it. A powerful laser weapon. The culminator is what nuclear fusion research needed but as a weapon X rays dissipate its energy in the atmosphere a weapon inferior. They deliberately piddled to delay the harnessing of nuclear fusion.
It can be used to fire an intense x Ray beam intended to accelerate a propulsion gas. The temptation for the military to make a weapon too great for me to detail how the culminator works. Some space propulsion motors I won’t describe.
The culminator intense X Ray beam can make the work easier for the nuclear fusion pellet bell or ball that now uses a lower frequency laser bank.