Pulse Motor with Recirculating Current Feedback Circuit

A test and demo of a small 16 coil pulse motor with feedback circuit. It spins at ~3,200 rpm with no load attached and about 2,100 rpm with a six inch fan attached. Uses approx as little as 8 watts to run and has the same characteristic that I've showed before with no increase current draw to the motor when the output shaft is loaded. What I found interesting with this circuit design is that while the current going to one half of the motor is only about ~400-600 milliamps while running is that the temperature of the motor core is so high. To me this shows that there is a circulating current that is much higher than the input current.
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