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Author Topic: Self PoweredGenerators & Motors - Part 34  (Read 8201 times)


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Self PoweredGenerators & Motors - Part 34
« on: December 08, 2018, 10:54:15 PM »
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A generator consisting of a flywheel (1) containing an even number of alternately faced permanent magnets (2) in one or more concentric rings (two rings in this analysis).
These magnets are held in place by two non ferrous castings (3) screwed together with non ferrous screws and clamped together on the perimeter by a stainless steel band (4). The castings also hold in place a centre boss (5).

The flywheel is rotated (in this case at 2000 r.p.m.) between two sets of induction coils (6) and (7) alternately wound on plastic bobbins (8) which are placed on the
laminated core projections on the circular cores (9) and (10), the ends of the core projections are then capped with cross pieces on alternate laminations which are of different lengths to allow for this, and are fixed in position with magnesite impregnated resin.

The coils in the outer ring of this 240 V. A.C. generator are wound with 0.5 mm copper wire at 340 turns per coil producing 40 volts at 1.4 Amps A.C. (56 Watts). Twelve
coils on each side of the flywheel are series connected in six groups of four coils which are then connected in parallel. The two sides are set at 90° phase difference. Each group of four coils produces 160 volts A.C. at 1.4 Amps and are separately bridge rectified as shown in drawings sheet (3). The six groups are connected in parallel to
produce 160 volts D.C. at 8.4 Amps. They are separately rectified to prevent feed back. This combined circuit is protected from a low voltage-high amperage feeder circuit
from the inner ring of coils by two 35 Amp diodes.

The inner ring of coils are alternately wound with 1.2 mm copper wire at 64 turns per coil producing 4 volts at 6 Amps each and are series connected in six groups of two
series connected couples each producing 8 volts at 6 Amps which are separately bridge rectified and connected in parallel to produce 8 volts at 30 Amps D.C. This is then
parallel connected to the 160 volt 8.4 Amp primary supply which when combined produce 160 volts at 30 Amps D.C. The low voltage producing only a slight ripple on the 90° phase split D.C. sine pulse.

The inner rings of coils are also 90° of phase apart and set 45° out of phase from the outer rings of coils. The primary reasons for the phase differences is to minimise magnetic locking and to smooth the D.C pulse.

The 160 volts 30 Amp D.C. supply is now fed into a storage capacitor of 0.3 micro farads with a resultant voltage of 240 volts D.C. which is then inverted, pulse width modulated and final filtered.

The 1:1 transformer (drawing sheet (3) ) is centre tapped and the primary winding being of less mass than the total winding mass of the generator.

The inner rings of coils will have four spare coils which can be wound for either 3, 6, 9 or 12 volts and can be used for the driver circuit of the inverter and a battery charger etc.

Output of this generator is 240 volts A.C. at approximately 30 Amps or 7.2 Kw at 2000 r.p.m. The input at shaft (12) needed, is approximately 600 Watts.

Note this generator can be designed to almost any usable size and can be multiples driven by one drive motor.

A usable formula for the number of magnets in a single ring and rotation speed is:  Mn = 60 x 400 / Rt

Where Mn is the number of magnets in the ring, Rt being the RPM of the flywheel, and 400 is the constant.

This generator will produce considerably more power than that required to drive it.

Dated 14th February 1986


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Re: Self PoweredGenerators & Motors - Part 34
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2019, 11:43:02 PM »
interesting generator proposal
someone already tried to do it, he has replied
or have additional information how it works
how induction improves and great gain is obtained
Anyone who wants to comment on something that helps us understand this proposal
or someone has replied in a more simplified way
I await your participation


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Re: Self PoweredGenerators & Motors - Part 34
« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2019, 11:48:57 PM »

yes, rakarsky, and search for another patent from same inventor, Part 33 from seraphis. Keep thesepreserved in usb key.

Looks like a good candidate for serious time investment.


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Re: Self PoweredGenerators & Motors - Part 34
« Reply #3 on: September 01, 2019, 12:04:08 AM »
Thank you for your information, I saw it before, about Mr. if he has a source project, and promotes it on a site and has a cost, he says that it has something similar to this patent, but if I would like to see Mr. rakarsky a video where it shows working, with the measurements, that shows that if you have a replica and that it is working.
Without depressing the work of Mr. rakarsky has his projects but they are not to share for free, a contribution of free license or something.
Mr. rakarsky has good knowledge and contributions in his comments, but as I say what it cost him I think years of study he shares for a cost.
but now the free builders you contribute can have
a simple construction proposal


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Re: Self PoweredGenerators & Motors - Part 34
« Reply #4 on: September 01, 2019, 12:15:24 AM »

Show to me this website of paid info from rakarsky. I only listen to him on forum.

I recently learned of the existence of these patents 2 days ago, a few months ago Wesley posted this guy and something about slobodian and I downloaded all videos.

But Mr Rakarsky says its what slobodian of whatever is using, and these patents.

Somebody steals/modify all the time such patents so its just good to collect as much information as possible. Review it all and digest, slowly.

Me I am busy with something else but in the back of my mind I have these.


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Re: Self PoweredGenerators & Motors - Part 34
« Reply #5 on: September 01, 2019, 12:25:22 AM »
ok, thanks for your link and contribution
I show you the page

and we are in communication


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Re: Self PoweredGenerators & Motors - Part 34
« Reply #6 on: June 30, 2022, 08:25:11 AM »
I noticed that my post above explaining how it works has been deleted.
Mr. Slobodyan (God rest his soul) combined in his latest design

Two idea generator:
1) Karl Latmer [my explanation at the bottom of my post ]
2) flux switching generator [ ]

Slobodyan, the displacement of pairs of poles for acceleration and deceleration was carried out not axially, as in Latmmer, but radially on five-modules.
All good insights!
« Last Edit: June 30, 2022, 10:33:41 AM by rakarskiy »


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Re: Self PoweredGenerators & Motors - Part 34
« Reply #7 on: June 30, 2022, 03:57:03 PM »
We recently discussed the speed of light and the speed of darkness. :)
A spotlight can move around a circular screen faster than the speed of light.
With sufficient rotation speed and sufficient screen distance. You know it. I knew it as a child yet. ;)
Maybe a magnetic field can rotate faster than light speed under certain conditions?