Trying to understand the Perendev motor

Through the use of three wheels with properly spaced magnets , you create the equivalent of one wheel with continuous or overlapping magnets depending on the size and spacing of the magnets. The wheels and outer stators have different numbers of magnets to prevent locking of the magnets. In the cases of the small and large motors , the number of magnets is 30 on the wheel , 36 stators and 17 on the wheel,18 stators. This number is significant only in that it is in perfect timing with three wheels. I think different numbers of magnets would work as long as there was the proper number of wheels to achieve timing. Know you have achieved a wheel that spins freely within the stators. At this point there is equal pushing and resistance forces within the motor. To achieve propulsion the balance of pushing and resistance must be offset. This is achieved with the use of magnet shielding and angling the magnets.Their are two types of magnetic shielding, one like a sleeve around the magnet , used to focus the magnetic field and the other , a half tapered ring placed on the approaching sides of the magnets.The shielding is simply the path of least resistance and so , pulls the field down on the approaching side in turn lowering the resistance side and offsetting the balance.I believe the clearance between on coming magnets is an important factor as well .
Roger Cote
A replication by Roger Cote