Electric Motors and Generators

Anyone who has looked at how electric motors and generators works knows that a magnet is rotated inside a coil or the reverse. This is the underlying foundation for both technologies.
If one were to attempt to redesign the electric motor/generator, they would have to come up with a new way to get electrons from the moving electronic flux field. Perhaps, having a magnet with different layers of opposite polarities; that might provide a boost in the amount of electrical energy (electrons) produced. Another approach could be to increase the size and/or density of the copper wrappings in the coil. Another would be to change the layout/structure of the coil wrappings. Perhaps, gold, platinum or silver wrappings or some combination in a new alloy?
None of these are very practical and would have been tried sometime in the last 150 years.
There is a new approach to look at. Say you have a new alloy that has all the properties of a copper-wrapped coil. This coil alloy could be drawn out for wire, rolled flat for plates or foil and molded into innovative shapes for multiple coil interactions with the magnet or magnets. Here’s a proposal; roll the alloy flat and make a cylindrical shape like a can of tomato paste or a toilet-roll cardboard insert. Now you have a coil in a totally different configuration. Let’s use the toilet-roll shape; it is about 1.5 inches in diameter by 4 inches. This will allow a magnet that is 4 inches long by 1 inch in diameter to interact with the coil. This is new territory.
Before getting into adding more coil sleeves to the new configuration, let’s make the magnet bar from 4 magnets connected with each other. The first magnet can be oriented towards North with the next three magnets being South, North, and South; opposite polarities. Another option would be to change the phase of each magnet: 0°/360°, 90°, 180° and 270°. There are actually many options in how these magnets could be configured, There could easily be six or eight or sixteen magnets and some of them could be spinning in one direction or another. That is without adding electrical power to any of these magnets (electromagnets).
As you can see, increasing the longitudinal size of the coil offers different approaches for our magnets. Let’s add some more coil sleeves; each additional sleeve will be 3/8ths inch further out; 12/8ths, 15/8ths, 18/8th, 21/8ths, and 24/8ths (inches). The nested coils would start at 1.5 inches and expand outward (in five layers) to 3 inches.
This is an entirely new, much more efficient electrical motor/generator design.
As we are increasing the interaction between the magnets and coil(s), it is highly likely that more electron flow/current will be generated, or it will take less current to operate the motor.
Bottom line: this new motor/generator design will have many times the torque of current designs and will produce many times the electrical energy (current/electrons).
This is all possible from a change in perspective that a new material provides.