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Author Topic: Self Powered Generators & Motors - Part 31  (Read 146 times)

Offline seraphis

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Self Powered Generators & Motors - Part 31
« on: December 02, 2018, 08:00:40 PM »
Patent Number
BE359571

Title
AUTO ELECTRIC GENERATOR

Specification
The purpose of the present invention is the realisation and construction of an electric generator.

Up to now, electric generators have produced electric current by means of rotating coils inside magnetic poles. The self-generators forming the object of the present invention is based on a quite different principle: it does not use any rotation of induction coils inside of polarised parts, but produces its electric current by intensifying a current received from an antenna by means of cores and induction coils and a switch capacitor lying in the axis of the machine.

It is understandable that the machine forming the subject of the present invention will have enormous advantages over all those realised so far. Indeed this machine must not take into account friction and is virtually indestructible. Second, it requires no maintenance, since all its parts are static elements formed of metal cores and induction coils.

Other features of the present invention will become apparent from the description below, made with reference to the figures of the attached drawings, which represent, by way of purely illustrative and non-limiting example, two forms embodiment of the invention.

Figure 1 shows a cross section made at the front part of the apparatus in its first embodiment;

Figure 2 is a longitudinal section in the self generator in its first embodiment;

Figure 3 is a section in the switch capacitor in the center of the machine;

Figure 4 shows a cross section made at the front part of the self-generator, in its second embodiment.

Referring to Figure 1, (1) shows the coupling of inductor coils, each provided with a steel core (2) and surrounded by magnetised steel blades (3). The north and south poles of the coils (1) are respectively linked together, joining the terminal electrodes to a common conductive wire. On the north and south poles of core (2) are also connected to each other by means of metal attachment (4). The north and south poles of the induction coils are connected to terminal (12) by means of wires. In the center of the device is the switch capacitor( 6) surrounded by an iron sleeve (15), surrounded by four electromagnetic cores (14) arranged in a cross and interconnected. At the top of the apparatus, an induction coil (11) coupled in shunt, remains independent.

Referring to FIG. 2, the switch capacitor formed by a glass tube (18) containing the solenoid (19) and the metal spheres or balls (16), carries two covers (21) in which engage the terminals (9) and (10) in the form of screws (17) have a point (20) made of platinum. The current from an antenna enters the solenoid (19) via a wire (8-fig.3) and the other end of the solenoid is connected by means of a wire (7) to the plate in which is crimped the glass tube (18); similarly terminal (10) is connected to the other plate in which is crimped the glass tube (18) by means of another wire (7).

Referring to FIG. 3, 1 represents the induction coils located on the periphery of the apparatus, as well as in the part central to the middle of the device. These induction coils contain cores (2). At the front and rear are arranged cavities in which are arranged the electromagnetic cores (14) arranged in a cross and interconnected. (12) and (13) represent the terminals of the device. (18) shows the glass tube of the switch capacitor in which are contained the solenoid (19), the metal spheres (16) and which is closed at both ends by means of covers (12) in which the terminals are engaged (9) and (10) in the form of screws (17) having platinum tips (20). The current coming from an antenna (8), enters the conductor, crosses the solenoid located inside the switch capacitor, crosses the wire (7) which connects the solenoid to the surrounding wire (14). The current is then passed by means of a wire inside the machine by windings of the magnetic cores (14) at the other end of the apparatus, then passes through another wire (7) attached to the terminal (10); the current can then flow through the switch capacitor.

Referring to Figure 4 which shows a second embodiment of the machine, (1) represents the inductor coils at the periphery of the machine, comprising the magnetic cores (2), wrapped by a bundle of  magnetised steel blades (3). The north and south poles of the coils (1) are respectively interconnected and connected by means of two wires at terminals (12) and (13) of the apparatus. The cores (2) are on the other hand are interconnected by means of metal blades (4). In the center of the machine is the switch capacitor (6) surrounded by an induction coil (5). Two induction coils (11), coupled in derivation, have remained independent and the electrodes of these coils can be connected to the electrodes of the inductor coil (5).

It goes without saying that the present invention is not limited to the construction details of the embodiments shown and described, but can be modified without departing from this fact of the field of the present invention.


CLAIMS

1. Auto generator, characterised in that it produces electric alternating currents of low and high voltage, without any motor assistance and which is constituted by a coupling of inductive coils, each provided with a steel core and wrapped by a bundle of magnetised steel blades that form a permanent inductive magnetic field.

2. Auto generator according to claim 1, characterised in that the inductor coils are placed so that their north poles are placed on the side of the south poles of the nuclei, the north poles of the latter remaining on the south pole side of the first.

3. Auto generator according to the preceding claims, characterised in that the north and south poles of induction coils are respectively interconnected, joining the terminal electrodes to a common conductive wire and that the north and south poles cores are also connected to each other by means of metal plates.

4. Auto generator according to the preceding claims, characterised in that at the center of the coupling of the coils there is, according to the first embodiment of the present invention, an inductor coil (5) whose core is formed by a switch capacitor.

5. Auto generator according to claims 1, 2 and 3 characterised in that in the center of the coupling of the inductor coils, at the front and back of the device, there is an empty iron sleeve surrounding the switch capacitor and on which come fit magnetic nuclei arranged in a cross surrounded by solenoid and interconnected.

6. Auto generator according to the preceding claims, characterised in that one or two of the inductor coils remains independent, the electrodes of these coils can be connected to the central inductor coil.

7. Auto generator according to the preceding claims, characterised in that a switch capacitor at the center of the apparatus, is formed by a glass tube containing steel balls and closed at its ends by covers in
which, by means of screws, engage terminals having platinum points, this switch capacitor containing in addition to a solenoid connected by means of wires to an antenna receiving the electric current, this current being constrained to cross the coils central inductors via a wire that connects them to the solenoid of the switch capacitor.

8. Auto generator according to the preceding claims, constructed and substantially disposed as described and shown in the figures of the accompanying drawings.

May 31, 1929

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Offline Cherryman

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Re: Self Powered Generators & Motors - Part 31
« Reply #1 on: December 02, 2018, 09:27:45 PM »
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