Energy is equivalent to the work done on a motor. The work done on the motor is multiplied by more than 100% by recycling the energy the motor uses. Why then does the energy in the system appear to be more than one hundred percent?
For instance if a motor is powered from a capacitor with 1 joule of energy in it then the motor has done 1 joule's worth of work.
Yet when the energy is recycled, by pulsing and recovering the energy through the utilization of a collapsing magnetic field, then the motor can now do more work than what it originally could have done if the energy was used only once.
If the work done in the motor is directly related, proportional and equal to the energy that was in the capacitor, then would this mean that the energy has now gone above 100% as well? That is the question.
Any answers would be greatly appreciated. I will remain neutral to any and all answers as I don't consider them right or wrong.