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Author Topic: Free Energy Magnet Motor - Calculations, Settings, material for builidng a FEU.  (Read 6930 times)

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Free Energy Unit (FEU)

FEU - Magentic Motor/Generator unit

I wanted to start a discussion on the implications and calculations for building a Magnetic rotor motor/generator and what properties one needs in pre-construction of a energy generating device.

I have been developing plans and designs for a unit and wanted to present my calculations here to see if my calculations are indeed accurate on the expectations of potential results as an estimation of what I want to build.

Let me say before I begin; that I am but a novice at best for beginning my designing and construction of a energy device like this and so if I seem wrong in my assumtions...  please forgive my ignorance. :o

OK... now down to basics.

To make it truely a easy construction and eliminate building mistakes FEU will be constructed with as many premade parts as possible to remove imperfection of my building skills.  :P

My design is based on the principle of a simple rotor turning magnets passing a copper wire coil with iron/steel core that based on the laws of physics will create some form of variable electronic current or charge.

I want the test unit to be as small as possible as to keep it simple clean and easy to see and use.

The coil and iron/steel core

To simplify this and after watching a video from Fausto, I will use this coil as it is premade and easy to assmble.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pHLKPciCGM

This appears to be 30 guage  0.255mm     0.0100in.  wire spun on a plastic core with a small 5mm 0.5cm long iron/steel core.

Based on that at 500 turns the length of the total wire the length is 15700mm or 1570cm.

Circumference of a Circle formula --      l=πd
where,
l= length of wire
π= pie
d=diameter of circle

Now after determining the lenght of the wire I want to determing the potential work/potential energy and for that I look the find the Weber/Tesla variant to determine potential voltage utilizing the formula

V = l/10^8'

V= voltage potential
l = length of wire

So, 1570cm/10^8' give a value of 0.1570 volts potential/second according to the Tesla/Weber fomula.

Next;  I need to know the possible revolutions per second of a rotor.

Therefore to keep this simple and small I will use a Chinese made uni usage motor RS-380 12V Micro Motor

http://longkangtech.en.alibaba.com/product/501013016-212855056/RS_380_12V_Micro_Motor.html

That has the following specifications;
Model Number    RS-380
Usage    Fan, Home Appliance
Certification    CE, ROHS
Type    Micro Motor
Torque    362g.cm
Construction    Permanent Magnet
Commutation    Brush
Protect Feature    Totally Enclosed
Speed(RPM)    8000RPM
Continuous Current(A)    0.2A
Voltage(V)    12V
Efficiency    IE 1

Now I know that a rotor turning on this motor will most likely NOT turn at 8000 RPM.  For that fact and to make it simple, I will assume that I can get a rotation of 60% or 5000RPM out of the motor for estimation purposes.

so, 5000 RPM equals 83.33 RPS (revolutions per second)

Now I have the pieces needed to complete the formula I can determine voltage per coil using Faraday's Law.

Faraday's Law of potential voltage

Potenital Voltage = -N (delta change (BA))/(delta change (t)

-N = number of turns in a copper coil
BA = Tesla/Weber number of Voltage potential
t = number of rotor revolutions per second (RPS)

therefore,

V = 500 ((0.1570)/83.33)
V=0.9420V estimate per coil output.

to reach 12V of energy to run the motor will require 13 coils just to power the motor.

However,  I want to maximize the ability of the unit and using a variation on the Müller and Bedini motor models I think I have come up with a solution.  A unit where the rotor of 16 magnets will be surrounded by 27 total coils front/back/outer rim of rotor  (9 coils per direction)

So with 27 total coils that have the ability to produce 0.9420 per coil the potential output would be 25.34 total volts from the system.

The magnets used will be simple circular black magnets one can purchase in any hardware or general purpose store.  Neo magnets are hard to find and expensive so for purposes of simplification we will use common back ones in phase I.

This concludes part 1 of diagram design and potential.  Part 2 will further discuss the schematics and curcuit design for the FEU device

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Part 2

Now that I have the potentials and calculations complete I want to talk specifically to the circuit design and how to properly wire and construct the unit.  In this phase of the process I am looking for turning this AC current device in to DC current for the purposes of storage and usage.

Additionally, based on the basic electronics I want to utilize a transformer to boost the potential voltage in order to better make efficient usage of the FEU device.

Based on my elementary understanding of electronics a transformer is a static electrical device that transfers energy by inductive coupling between its winding circuits. A varying current in the primary winding creates a varying magnetic flux in the transformer's core and thus a varying magnetic flux through the secondary winding. This varying magnetic flux induces a varying electromotive force (EMF), or "voltage", in the secondary winding.

Also to better focus the energy created and prevent feedback of the EMA pulse of the coils it will be necessary to use a bridge rectifier to prevent this from happening. 

Lastly, to store the energy created the utilization of capacitors are necessary as all I am sure everyone knows but I will say just to classify my design.

So, I have the spinning magnets to the coils to a transformer to a bridge rectifier to a capacitor......

How am I doing so far??


HELP...  SUGGESTIONS... and COMMENTS... are most welcome as to my method, design, and theory.  As I am sure I have done something wrong. ;)
« Last Edit: February 28, 2013, 11:50:39 PM by evaluator »

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And here a scan of the coil.

1cm X 1cm with 500 turn of 30 guage copper wire with solid steel pin/core. 12V rating

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Here is the magent rotor and coil positioning diagram.

 

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