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Title: Paralel Generator
Post by: kadora on May 31, 2006, 02:02:17 PM
Hi all
What about this idea.
See attachd file. I hope you
will be able to open it.
Title: Re: Parallel Generator
Post by: gyulasun on May 31, 2006, 04:55:01 PM
Hi Kadora,

Very interesting idea/design, have not seen such solution. And what is the best you built it!
Would you share your findings on the tests if you have done so already. Have you got overunity?
I wonder how Lenz law works in your setup.  Also, does the rotor have some cogging when rotated?
Do you connect the rotor coils in series with the stator coils in each phase?

Title: Re: Paralel Generator
Post by: hartiberlin on June 17, 2006, 04:35:21 AM
Interesting generator.
Would also like to hear the power output.
@ kadora 
did you already measure its power output at certain RPMs ?

Interesting would be, what would happen,
if you shortout the rotor coils
during some degrees.. this might help to violate Lentz law..

Many thanks.

Title: Re: Paralel Generator
Post by: kadora on June 17, 2006, 11:34:41 AM
Hi everybody

I have built this generator for only one purpose:
to prove that my idea of generating electricity
on the rotor is possible .
I have not reached overunity because it was not
my aim,first i wanted to check if my idea is working.
Due to this fact i built this generator from very
cheap materials [stator cores were produced from
common soft iron-very poor magnetic parameters]
To do the construction of generator as simply as
possible i decided to built it with 2 mm gap between
stator cores and rotor magnets-you know, it is big space.
And finally, during performing basic tests i noticed that
i badly designed spacing between stator cores, they
are too close to each other and result of this mistake
is that magnetic field from permanent magnets dont fully
penetrate rotor coils winding when per.magnets are in
position between stator cores .

-cogging effect is very small
-to connect rotor and stator winding in serial is perfect idea
but i did not try it [why i was so stupid not to try it?]
-to short rotor winding dont decrease RPM

I have aborted development of this generator because now
i am working on my new invention of 3 phases
brushless ac electric motor which has totaly new design.
Motor has very light weight and is unbelievable easy to build.

thank you

Title: Re: Paralel Generator
Post by: jake on June 19, 2006, 03:47:31 PM
This is fundamentally US Patent #3,247,407, C.H. Bruneel - April 19, 1966

This patent is good reading.  It puts the windings in series to generate very high voltages.
Title: Re: Paralel Generator
Post by: kadora on June 19, 2006, 06:59:10 PM
thank you jake for your information