Baermann Max: Means to guide and suspend a vehicle by magnetic forces. Meyer Tilberry & Body, February 12, 1974: US3791309 (91 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a structure to guide and support a vehicle by magnetic forces which utilizes the repulsive properties of permanent magnets attached to the vehicle and to the support in such a way that like poles are facing each other, which poles extend in the direction of motion, and are o ...

Baermann Max: Magnetic stabilizing or suspension system. Meyer Tilberry & Body, May 27, 1975: US3885504 (30 worldwide citation)

A magnetic stabilizing or suspension device includes a flat electrical conductor of non-magnetic material. A plurality of spaced-apart permanent magnets face the conductor across an air gap for producing eddy currents in the conductor during relative movement between the conductor and magnets. Each ...

Baermann Max: Magnetic worm drive. Meyer Tilberry & Body, June 4, 1974: US3814962 (30 worldwide citation)

A magnetic worm gear drive includes a worm gear having a helical tooth of permanent magnet material. A worm wheel has a plurality of circumferentially spaced teeth of permanent magnet material. The teeth on the worm wheel interdigitate with the tooth on the worm gear. The teeth are magnetized so tha ...

Baermann Max: Magnetic seal for a rotary shaft and magnet therefor. January 2, 1973: US3708177 (24 worldwide citation)

A magnetic seal for a rotary shaft includes a cylindrical magnetic member surrounding the shaft. The magnetic member includes an outer circumferential seal cooperating with a housing through which the shaft projects. A cylindrical magnetically attractive member also surrounds the shaft and includes ...

Baermann Max: Induction brake or clutch. Firma Max Baermann, Meyer Tilberry & Body, June 10, 1975: US3889140 (24 worldwide citation)

An induction brake or clutch capable of producing high torques over prolonged periods without excessive heating. The braking currents are generated in low resistance windings and dissipated in external higher resistance members so that the heat does not detrimentally effect the device. Permanent mag ...

Baermann Max: Eddy current and-or induction brake or clutch. August 24, 1971: US3601641 (22 worldwide citation)

An eddy current and/or induction brake or clutch comprised of, a braking inductor and a ferromagnetic eddy current conductor arranged for relative rotation with respect to one another. The inductor includes a plurality of pole shoes of alternating magnetic polarity arranged in an annular ring and a ...

Baermann Max: Method of producing a molded anisotropic permanent magnet. November 19, 1974: US3849213 (18 worldwide citation)

There is provided a method of producing a molded anisotropic permanent magnet from particles of permanently magnetizable material, which particles have preferred axes of magnetization. This method includes magnetizing the particles along the preferred axes either before or after they are formed from ...

Baermann Max: Eddy-current and hysteresis brake for track-bound vehicles. March 27, 1973: US3723795 (18 worldwide citation)

A novel eddy-current and hysteresis brake for track-bound vehicles is provided which incorporates resisting skids or rollers to eliminate wear problems associated with prior art brakes of this type. The particular magnetic construction of the pole surface is critical to obtain maximum hysteresis and ...

Baermann Max: Permanent magnet for suspension bearings. James H Tilberry et al, January 8, 1974: US3784945 (15 worldwide citation)

A permanent magnet is formed from a mixture of powdered permanent magnet material and a synthetic resin binder. The magnet includes first and second layers. One layer has a coercivity substantially greater than the second layer.

Baermann Max: Magnetic bearing. Meyer Tilberry & Body, August 12, 1975: US3899223 (12 worldwide citation)

A magnetic suspension bearing includes a pair of cylindrical magnets. Each magnet is magnetized to have one pole on an end surface thereof and another pole on the peripheral surface thereof. Like poles on the end surfaces of the two magnets face one another. The lines of flux extend out beyond the o ...