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Offline webby1

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electrostatic+generator
« on: July 07, 2017, 04:52:13 PM »
While playing with my testbeds I had a thought

Why not combine an electrostatic motor with a generator?

An electrostatic motor is a variable capacitor,, so if you made it very large and then combined that with a high voltage induction coil\PM generator,,

So the motor plates are connected to the coil so that when the PM is far away the plates have very little overlap, low capacitance, then as the PM moves towards the coil core the plates also move to a higher overlap, higher capacitance, then when the plates are at full overlap and the PM is over the core you dump the charge out of the plates.

The low capacitance will limit the flow of charge thus reduce the amp-turns from the coil, the plates will maintain a voltage between them and the coil will fill in the charge needed as they move to a higher overlap or higher capacitance, also the plates will attract,, and so as they charge up they will offset some of the counter force from induction presented by the coil to the PM.

Thoughts???
Problems that might stop this from working???

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electrostatic+generator
« on: July 07, 2017, 04:52:13 PM »

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Re: electrostatic+generator
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2017, 11:32:34 PM »
webby1:  I know I am way out of my league here but I saw a U-tube video that talked about asymmetrical generators.  From ufopolitics.  It relates to your idea of at center point dumping (moving) the charge so you (as You say) offset the counter force.   You may already have seen this.  Just something to consider.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ia6MIIw_aHI&feature=youtu.be



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Re: electrostatic+generator
« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2017, 02:13:31 AM »
Have not watched that one,, will watch later,,

Thanks

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Re: electrostatic+generator
« Reply #3 on: July 17, 2017, 02:18:14 AM »
While playing with my testbeds I had a thought

Why not combine an electrostatic motor with a generator?

An electrostatic motor is a variable capacitor,, so if you made it very large and then combined that with a high voltage induction coil\PM generator,,

So the motor plates are connected to the coil so that when the PM is far away the plates have very little overlap, low capacitance, then as the PM moves towards the coil core the plates also move to a higher overlap, higher capacitance, then when the plates are at full overlap and the PM is over the core you dump the charge out of the plates.

The low capacitance will limit the flow of charge thus reduce the amp-turns from the coil, the plates will maintain a voltage between them and the coil will fill in the charge needed as they move to a higher overlap or higher capacitance, also the plates will attract,, and so as they charge up they will offset some of the counter force from induction presented by the coil to the PM.

Thoughts???
Problems that might stop this from working???

Hi webby1

That sounds like an interesting idea. I've been low on new ideas to test lately and this is something I'll ponder on, mostly since I' presently building an electrostatic generator for a friend.

Thanks for sharing

Luc


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Re: electrostatic+generator
« Reply #4 on: July 22, 2017, 04:11:46 PM »
Hi webby1

That sounds like an interesting idea. I've been low on new ideas to test lately and this is something I'll ponder on, mostly since I' presently building an electrostatic generator for a friend.

Thanks for sharing

Luc


Hi Luc,


I usually always have some spare half-baked ideas lying around :)
Now a days it takes me a long time to build and play,, so I think I am getting more and more piled up :)





webby1:  I know I am way out of my league here but I saw a U-tube video that talked about asymmetrical generators.  From ufopolitics.  It relates to your idea of at center point dumping (moving) the charge so you (as You say) offset the counter force.   You may already have seen this.  Just something to consider.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ia6MIIw_aHI&feature=youtu.be


Brutus;


Hi Brutus,


I watched the video,, it was entertaining but I don't think I can say that I agree with all of the information presented.


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Re: electrostatic+generator
« Reply #4 on: July 22, 2017, 04:11:46 PM »
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