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Author Topic: A commom Induction Motor as Free Energy Generator  (Read 5605 times)

Offline Tesla_2006

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A commom Induction Motor as Free Energy Generator
« on: October 05, 2006, 04:15:27 PM »
A common Induction motor can be transformed in a Free Energy Generator Making the following

1) Put diodes in the rotor for get a DC component in the induced currents

2) Put a filter in the supply lines of the stator for Get the low frequency induction component

3) Put a rectifier to the filtered signal in 2) for redirect that signal to the stator

 In a induction motor the rotor turn at low frequency than stator, for example if stator currents is at 60 Hz , it can be 20 Hz in dependence of the mechanical load in the axis, diodes in the rotor get a DC component in the induced currents and the motor is transformed in generator, that DC currents get induced currents and a voltage induced between the supply lines of the stator at that low frequency, such as 20 Hz, that signal can be filtred by a LC filter and then rectified and returned to the stator, that DC current in the stator get induction currents in the rotor and go rising that DC component in the rotor, and so in many cycles that DC component and induction in the stator go rising to the power level desired until the device get autopowered, there is needed an automatic control switch for limit the power output
  There is monophase and triphase applications by using this not used magnetic energy in this common motor and is not neccesary think in build a new special motor with magnets and so use a common builded device

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