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Title: Self Powered Generators & Motors - Part 16
Post by: seraphis on October 27, 2018, 07:21:39 PM
Publication Number
US2017-0141671

Tittle
ELECTRIC POWER GENERATING APPARATUS

Abstract
What is presented is an apparatus for providing electrical energy for an extended period of time. The apparatus comprises a battery bank for generating electrical energy, a current-conversion component is electrically connected to the battery bank, a secondary generator, a motor, and the load circuit. The motor is started by the electrical energy generated from the battery bank and converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. A primary generator is mechanically connected to the motor and electrically connected to the battery bank. The primary generator converts the mechanical energy from the motor into electrical energy and provides the electrical energy to the battery bank. The secondary generator is also mechanically connected to the motor and converts the mechanical energy from the motor into electrical energy and provides this energy to the current conversion component. The current conversion component provides electrical energy to the motor and provides adapted electrical energy to the load circuit.

Field Of The Invention
[0001] This invention relates to an apparatus for generating electrical energy (electric power), and particularly to an electric generating apparatus which produces electric power for an extended period of time without needing replacement of an energy supply, and more particularly to an electric generating circuit that comprises multiple components working synergistically to produce electrical energy for such an extended time period.

Brief Description Of The Drawings
[0004] For a more complete understanding and appreciation of this invention, and its many advantages, reference
will be made to the following detailed description taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings.
[0005] FIG. 1 shows a an embodiment of the electric generating apparatus according to one embodiment of the invention;
[0006] FIG. 1A shows a schematic view of the electric generating apparatus of FIG. 1;
[0007] FIG. 2 shows another embodiment of the electric generating apparatus; .
[0008] FIG. 2A shows a schematic view of the electric generating apparatus of FIG. 2; and
[0009] FIG. 3 depicts another embodiment of the electric generating apparatus.
[0010] Corresponding reference characters indicate corresponding parts throughout the several views. The exemplifications set out herein illustrate currently preferred embodiments of the invention, and such exemplifications are not to be construed as limiting the scope of the invention in any manner.

Summary
[0011] What is presented, briefly described, is an apparatus for providing electrical energy for an extended period of time.
The apparatus comprises a battery bank, current conversion component, motor, primary generator, and secondary generator.The battery bank is for generating a charge of electrical energy. The current conversion component is configured to be electrically connected at its input to the battery bank and a secondary generator. The current conversion component is also configured to be electrically connected at its output to a motor and a load circuit. The motor is started by the charge of electrical energy generated from the battery bank and converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. The primary generator is configured to be mechanically connected to the motor and converts mechanical energy from the motor into electrical energy and in turn provides that electrical energy to the battery bank. The secondary generator configured to be mechanically connected to the motor and converts mechanical energy from the motor into electrical energy and in turn provides that electrical energy to the current conversion component.
The current conversion component is also configured to provide electrical energy to both the motor and the load circuit.
[0012] The apparatus may have an additional secondary generator mechanically connected to the motor, which converts mechanical energy from the motor into electrical energy and in turn provides the electrical energy to an additional current conversion component. The additional current conversion component may be configured to provide adapted electrical energy to the load circuit. The apparatus may have an additional primary generator mechanically connected to the motor, which converts mechanical energy from the motor into electrical energy and in turn provides the electrical energy back to the battery bank. The apparatus may have a switch to disconnect the flow of electrical energy to the load circuit.
[0013] The primary generator and the secondary generator may each be an alternator having a self-exciting stator. The mechanical connection between each generator and the motor may be a pulley and belt configuration. The load circuit may be a vehicle, infrastructure, or a power tool. The battery bank may be at least two deep-cycle batteries electrically connected in a series configuration. The current conversion component may be an inverter board or it may be a bridge rectifier assembly. The apparatus itself may be portable.
[0014] What is also presented, briefly described, is an electrical energy providing circuit that has been configured to provide electrical energy for an extended period of time to a load circuit. The circuit comprises a plurality of deep cycle batteries electrically connected in a series configuration, an inverter board, motor, switch, primary alternator, and a secondary alternator. The batteries can generate a charge of electrical energy. The inverter board is electrically connected at its input to one of the plurality of batteries and the secondary alternator. The inverter board electrically connected at its output to the motor and load circuit. The motor is started by the charge of electrical energy generated from the plurality of batteries and converts this electrical energy into mechanical energy.
[0015] The primary alternator has a self-exciting stator and is mechanically connected to the motor via a pulley and belt configuration. The primary alternator converts mechanical energy from the motor into electrical energy and in turn provides this electrical energy to one of the batteries. The switch can disconnect the flow of electrical energy to the load circuit. The secondary alternator has a self-exciting stator and is mechanically connected to the motor via an additional pulley and belt configuration. The secondary alternator converts mechanical energy from the motor into electrical energy and in turn provides this electrical energy to the inverter board. The inverter board provides electrical energy to the motor and also provides adapted electrical energy to the load circuit. In this embodiment, the load circuit is closed and operates with nominal energy loss through normal operations…………….