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Mechanical free energy devices => RomeroUK pulse motor Muller generator => Topic started by: infringer on May 24, 2011, 02:38:13 AM

Title: Scale RomeroUK Dynamo to a useable size.
Post by: infringer on May 24, 2011, 02:38:13 AM
This is rather interesting everyone that has been replicating has had rather good results or so it appears to be that way this thing may be a way of generating power. It would appear that many are close to self running for some amount of time now how can we get yet even more power out of this unit ?

Could we use a longer shaft in the center and have a second rotor and set of generator coils and maybe use an aluminum disc to minimize eddy currents between the two.

Just trying to figure out exactly the best way to scale this thing to get more power out preferably at 12 - 15v if we want to get 20watts out for a small lightbulb whatever but how would we make this thing a real beast worthy? I say we should shoot for like 250watts per unit if we do this there are plenty of cheap micro grid tie inverters rated for this hell even 200watts enough to run your LED TV's  would be sweet ...

I guess the thing seems to be rather promising but to get this thing up to scale to work with our current equipment that is setup for solar and wind we should really focus on chat related to scaling this thing up.

This is the purpose for the starting of this thread. How can we achieve a better power output to make this thing a real world energy solution?

Link this things battery to a solar panel viola free energy it is it appears it would require very small amounts of energy assistance so the time it would take to deplete a battery or battery pack we could likely make to fit the needs.

There is so many possibles I presume if this all works out as plans.

-infringer-
Title: Re: Scale RomeroUK Dynamo to a useable size.
Post by: gauschor on May 24, 2011, 01:10:12 PM
This is rather interesting everyone that has been replicating has had rather good results

Uhm, actually not. I saw that someone posted 30% efficiency and another one with a youtube video showed that he could light 2 LEDs which is way below any OU (low Amperage). Both are worse than any commonly available generators and in both cases I am assuming the worst (which is that no OU will be achieved anymore). Sorry for me being con, but this is exactly what I expected as soon as I realized the hook of "multiple month required tuning"...
Title: Re: Scale RomeroUK Dynamo to a useable size.
Post by: powercat on May 24, 2011, 01:57:33 PM
On the subject of scaling up, how about one shaft with multiple motors on it, save on space and easy transport, I think a good target would be 2.5 kW, as this is the most common generator made today, though 200 W is much more practical

As the jury (trusted replicators) is still out,
and if the results are not good an appeal, and no doubt a retrial, 
the autopsy is allready under way,
I think at this stage it's best to be positive.
Title: Re: Scale RomeroUK Dynamo to a useable size.
Post by: Hoppy on May 24, 2011, 02:43:16 PM
On the subject of scaling up, how about one shaft with multiple motors on it, save on space and easy transport, I think a good target would be 2.5 kW, as this is the most common generator made today, though 200 W is much more practical

As the jury (trusted replicators) is still out,
and if the results are not good an appeal, and no doubt a retrial, 
the autopsy is allready under way,
I think at this stage it's best to be positive.

Yes, lets be positive and get a few watts out with a lamp load like Romero before even contemplating scaling up. A mass replication with an output of just 1W with the Muller truly self-running will be a world shattering event in itself and will have everyone running for their soldering irons, triggering a big MIB recruitment campaign!!

Hoppy
Title: Re: Scale RomeroUK Dynamo to a useable size.
Post by: Pirate88179 on May 24, 2011, 05:17:08 PM
Why not run it from an earth battery?  I ran my Bedini from an EB and this way, you don't even pay for power in. (See my videos on Youtube)

I like the multiple rotor on a single shaft idea.  One could even rotate/off-set them as they are stacked to get the least amount of interference from surrounding rotors as opposed to having them all lined up.

Bill
Title: Re: Scale RomeroUK Dynamo to a useable size.
Post by: infringer on May 25, 2011, 03:15:42 AM
You know pirate I had always envisioned making a bicycle with a 20 foot shaft containing 2 big pillow block bearings on each end with a shit ton of axial flux generators on it just wondering if we could not employ people to generate power for us. I wonder just how much electricity something like this could slap out ... People could be employed to pedal a bike for 10 minute intervals for 8 hours a day. So technically all one would have to do is pedal a bike for 10 minutes every hour then relax for 50 minutes lets consider 1 nice axial flux turbine turning at a decent rpm would generate 1000 watts now if we had the rotors all magnets like axial flux design and the stators were coils stationary and ground mounted with a simple hole through them. I would reason to believe we could safely fit 15 of these things on here generating from 15000 watts of power this would be enough power to power like 4 homes off grid and if it were setup as a utility it could power up to 8 homes as approximately 1.5kw is allocated for each home by utility companies.

I am sure this could be scaled up to have even longer lines with several bikes per line to do the cranking ... But I suppose still no where near as effective or as cheap as coal or gas but I am sure things could be tweaked you could even get people to donate time to save money on there electric bills...

So much that can be done I do often wonder myself about using multiple rotors with longer shafts in many applications cause I almost never see this done for power generation.