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Author Topic: Energy Generation by moving Mag Field through Static Steel Core & Copper Coils  (Read 7027 times)

Offline Ufopolitics

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Hello to All,


Ok, the Groschopp Universal Motor runs beautifully, very smooth, no spark gaps...I still need to take it to 3600 RPMs and take Armature readings of V&A


These type of motors after you turn them off completely...they keep spinning freely for a long while...since they do not have magnets...there is zero magnetic friction....feels great!!


But  there "was" an issue...this motor have 24 elements in the commutator, my Rotary Switch commutator have only 16 elements...


So I have to get all this into a CAD...in order to find a possible sequence...without affecting the Magnetic Field overall behavior.


And yes, I found it...while the only change would be minimal in Field performance...here is the diagram for connections plus the angles of field propagation.


When Brushes are in between two segments (division of two elements at center of brush, as shown on Diagram) of a non connected element. the Field will reduce from 24 total Coils to 20 Coils active...meaning 10 Coils North and 10 Coils South...until brushes make full contact with commutator element, then Field will go back to 24 Coils active, 12 Coils per pole.




Edit 2: Again, this fluctuation of the field (from 12 to 10 coils per pole) only takes place eight times in a full turn, while Field running in full (all 12 coils per pole) through the other 16 full contacts...since there are only eight elements not connected, and spread around the 24 elements circumference.


Please note that all light blue Motor Commutator elements are not connected, so I am jumping one every two elements connected...with a total of eight [8] Coils which are not connected to switch, however, they are all still connected in  series between them.


So, this sequence will take place only in the transition from element to element...and not affecting the whole main  field overall performance...I hope.


Edit 1: Where I believe I would be able to notice this is on the Scope signal...maybe a bit of scattering, not a straight smooth curve...we will see.




Regards






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Hi Ufo,

You know a lot more about this stuff than I do, but isn’t this setup apt to cause a lot of sparking at the brushes? Maybe AC caps across the switch's commutator segments would help?

Just a thought.


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Hi Ufo,

You know a lot more about this stuff than I do, but isn’t this setup apt to cause a lot of sparking at the brushes? Maybe AC caps across the switch's commutator segments would help?

Just a thought.


Hello Cadman,


It shouldn't...let me explain.


This is a typical Symmetric Motor , a Lap wound where coils are all in series.
They run very smoothly at "idle" (no load)...no sparks...current (Amperage) maintains itself regulated at a constant level...and when accelerated it even comes down a bit.
However, the minute you add a mechanical load, everything changes...sparks galore and currents increase to max values.


But, on this design, I will not have any mechanical load at the rotor...it is just rotating a massless field through the metals (steel & copper)...the rotor would be static.
And as long as the prime mover (small motor) keeps spinning the field, the rotor coils will just keep "warm"...

It is the same, exact function, as when the motor is running at idle...no mechanical load.

When we add a load at output stators, they will magnetize stronger, but rotor is static, so Lenz have no where to go...where to act.

And the rotating, Exciting field may demand a bit of higher power (by showing a drop at loaded output power) to compensate for the stronger magnetization of the stators...that is all.

Same exact behavior as a loaded generator, where the gas engine needs to step up torque and speed , because it drops as heavier loads are added to output...
AVR will detect this drop at output, and increase magnetization at Exciter Coils...

And here we will not need a higher torque, just increase a bit of speed to small motor and power to Exciter...which will eventually be done automatically by the stators exciting coils (not on this test yet) when speed of rotating field is increased.

I will be adding a small AC Cap, at the input, between both brushes...but for another test I am planning as well.

However, these are all assumptions, until I test it for real...setup will answer all our doubts...I maybe completely wrong.

It did arce and sparked a lot prior, when I was collapsing the coils in every single degree of rotation...


We will see now...


Thanks and warm Regards friend.




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« Last Edit: April 15, 2022, 05:20:42 PM by Ufopolitics »

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Hello,




Here is an update image...


Done with the rotary contacts wiring and small universal tool motor commutator wiring ...now match and connect.
Still lot of work ahead...but, getting closer...


Had to clean up a huge mess on bench previously...to now create a second mess... :)


Btw, I got one of the LCR Meters yesterday (orange one, on right hand of screen)




Cheers




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Hello...and Happy Eastern to All!!


I have done some quick tests with the small RYOBI Hand Tool...and it came out wonderful.
Of course, this is a small motor so have to play with smaller voltages.


But the main issue here that I want to share, is how I have set the brushes on the rotary switch...yesterday, I was testing with just two brushes...and there was a lot of sparking, a lot of BEMF returning back to Input PSU...


So I decided to close the Field Range by adding four brushes (this brush housing on switch, was designed for 4 brushes) but they have to be in a way that is NOT as Motors have it.


Normally a four brush motor will have an arrangement of /+/-/+/- / and that way the field gets split into Four Fields at the Rotor.


However, I did it in order to keep just one field, but close its angle at the Poles, by setting brushes like: /+/+/-/-/ , therefore, the coils within the two plus (+) and two minus (-) will not be energized, not generating a field, but just conducting power...and so, Field Spectrum is way much cleaner.


Magnetic Field will not have any "scrambling" which happens with just two brushes...and it is due to coils at the contacts (+/-) will be intersecting with BOTH main poles...I will make next week a CAD to show what I mean, however, on my previous image here that have an armature, wound with lap windings, you can see that I colored these next to input plus and minus in a different color (magenta) than all the red-blue coils defining the North-South Poles.


I will upload again that image here...for easier access.
I will also upload a picture here of this way to arrange the four brushes at rotary switch...


SHORT TEST VIDEO


Now, this video above is NOT Published on my Channel, (I do not want my subscribers to go like WTH is that??...lol, since I always give an explanation previously) so, it is UNLISTED, and I made it just for this Forum.




Regards






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P.D: This video is not trying to demonstrate any Overunity at all...it was only intended to show a couple of things.


1- We can increase Output Power by just increasing Field rotational speed, without affecting -at all- Input parameters (V&A).
2- Also to share the huge difference it did to my previous tests by changing to four brushes, the way I have described prior...

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THE MAIN GENERAL IDEA OF FIELD SPECTRUM DISPLACEMENT...given as a short Abstract:




ABSTRACT:


A Sequential Series of Orderly Switching, that could be done in several ways, from a primitive small Rotary Switch, or Relays, or from State of the Art in Electronics, all leading to perform same Mutations of smaller percentages of the Main Magnetic Field, without ever allowing a full collapse of the main Magnetic Field, which induce to a Displacement over Space/Time of this Field Spectrum of apparent Massless and Invisible to plain eyes, through all metals where it is generated, eg: Steel Cores, Copper Coils, etc...
This continuous displacement of this Field Spectrum through space/time, while all components which generate it, stay static, will produce pure and constant Energy, for as long as it keeps moving.












I know this should have been on my first page...and I can change that...but I will not...it is still about the same, exact main principle of whole Thread and Sub-Threads here...




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Hey Ufo,

I did some Math regarding the RPM and switching Frequency of the RMF. It would be awesome If you could double check this please?
Also I have some thoughts and Questions I would like to point out.

On a Generator with 50 Hz Output Frequency:
Time Period T = 1/f with f in Hz = 1/s
- a 2 Pole Rotor must spin with the same speed, it has therefor T_2P = 20 ms,
- a 4 Pole Rotor can spin just half this fast to get the 50 Hz out, f_4P=25 Hz, -> T_4P = 40 ms

Q: What is a typically exciting Voltage on a constantly rotating power generator?
Is it approx the same Voltage in DC as the Output? Like in a Car Alternator, where after the initial
exciting from the Batterie, the output Voltage serves as an exciting source. Approx 12V i.e.

If you have a 24 Slot commutator, means 24 Coils, now with 4 Poles, means 6 coils for each Pole and 12 for 2 Poles.
So these 12 coils must be switched or rather shifted with the Time Period T_RMF, that it simulates T_4P ?!
Therefor it must be:
12 x T_RMF = T_4P (x stands for times, not for the cross product)
this is equal to:
12 x f_4P = f_RMF => 12 x 25 Hz = 300 Hz -> T_RMF = 3,33 ms

This also means, with your 4 Pole and 24 Coil RMF, the output Signal must be 12 times slower than your input Signal.
You have to drive 300 Hz on the Input, to simulate a with 25 Hz rotating 4 Pole Rotor, to get your 50 Hz Signal out.

Q: Can you confirm this? Can you measure your coils switching frequency with your osci? Perhaps with the single shot function?

I think you've already proven a lot of your claims with your short clip. If I figure the values right, your excited DC EMF is almost
the same as your induced AC EMF.

Q: Any Idea why this is?

I thought, compared to a generator or Transformer, the output Voltage stands in a relation to the number of turns from the input
and output windings. Hence an universal motor doesn't have this relation between input and output windings. A Generator does.
So it could make sense, that your induced EMF will be more or less always the same as
your excited EMF. Generally spoken, in Generators and transformers, the Induced EMF is a function of the input frequency,
If N1 is not equal to N2. I think it could be possible that in an universal motor N1=N2, due to its nature.

Q: Can you confirm this? Did you measure different excited and induced EMF with different frequencies?
Q: What is the nominal Voltage your rotor has to take, when running as a Motor?
Q: What are your Coil Values? Different Values from different LCR-Meters?

Cheers
Semi


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Hey Ufo,

I did some Math regarding the RPM and switching Frequency of the RMF. It would be awesome If you could double check this please?
Also I have some thoughts and Questions I would like to point out.

On a Generator with 50 Hz Output Frequency:
Time Period T = 1/f with f in Hz = 1/s
- a 2 Pole Rotor must spin with the same speed, it has therefor T_2P = 20 ms,
- a 4 Pole Rotor can spin just half this fast to get the 50 Hz out, f_4P=25 Hz, -> T_4P = 40 ms


Hello Semi,


Wow...what a "bombardment of questions" here....hehehehe


But, ok, about your above first question...


let's remember who dictates the Output Frequency in a Generator?


It is dictated by the RPM of the Exciter, and directly -in  a typical generator- is given by the speed of the ICE Engine.


Yes, of course the higher the number of poles on the Exciter, the lesser the RPM's required.


For an Output of 50Hz a Two Pole Exciter Rotor must reach 3000 RPM's, while a Four Pole will just need half of that, or 1500 RPM's.


And so, for a 60 Hz, it needs 3600 RPM's for Two Poles, and 1800 RPM's for a four poles exciter.



Q: What is a typically exciting Voltage on a constantly rotating power generator?
Is it approx the same Voltage in DC as the Output? Like in a Car Alternator, where after the initial
exciting from the Batterie, the output Voltage serves as an exciting source. Approx 12V i.e.


No, the voltage to power the generator exciter coils is HIGHER, than the Output Voltage.
For example, a typical 120V/20A Output Generator will require its exciter to run at approximatedly 170-180V and 1-2 amps



If you have a 24 Slot commutator, means 24 Coils, now with 4 Poles, means 6 coils for each Pole and 12 for 2 Poles.
So these 12 coils must be switched or rather shifted with the Time Period T_RMF, that it simulates T_4P ?!
Therefor it must be:
12 x T_RMF = T_4P (x stands for times, not for the cross product)
this is equal to:
12 x f_4P = f_RMF => 12 x 25 Hz = 300 Hz -> T_RMF = 3,33 ms

This also means, with your 4 Pole and 24 Coil RMF, the output Signal must be 12 times slower than your input Signal.
You have to drive 300 Hz on the Input, to simulate a with 25 Hz rotating 4 Pole Rotor, to get your 50 Hz Signal out.

Q: Can you confirm this? Can you measure your coils switching frequency with your osci? Perhaps with the single shot function?


Sorry Semi, but I do  not understand your reasoning (Mathematics) on this...


You are mixing 12 (from 12 Coils in a 2P) with "T_4P"?


But basically it is the total opposite to your conclusions above...No, the Field can never rotate faster than the outpur frequency required!!


If you do that, there would not be any output at all...


Here we are rotating a Spectrum that goes faster than light...and can go through metals like through air...so, more likely The Field must be driven SLOWER, than the needed output frequency...and that applies to 2P and 4P...and even 6P.


To get the right and best output frequency, the Field must be driven very slowly...and up, until the reached correct timing is met...if you keep going higher, after reaching the "sweet spot"...the output will start decreasing.



I think you've already proven a lot of your claims with your short clip. If I figure the values right, your excited DC EMF is almost
the same as your induced AC EMF.

Q: Any Idea why this is?

I thought, compared to a generator or Transformer, the output Voltage stands in a relation to the number of turns from the input
and output windings. Hence an universal motor doesn't have this relation between input and output windings. A Generator does.
So it could make sense, that your induced EMF will be more or less always the same as
your excited EMF. Generally spoken, in Generators and transformers, the Induced EMF is a function of the input frequency,
If N1 is not equal to N2. I think it could be possible that in an universal motor N1=N2, due to its nature.

Q: Can you confirm this? Did you measure different excited and induced EMF with different frequencies?
Q: What is the nominal Voltage your rotor has to take, when running as a Motor?
Q: What are your Coil Values? Different Values from different LCR-Meters?

Cheers
Semi


Thanks, but we still can NOT establish any rules up to now...related to Input versus Output relationships...it is way too early for conclusions!!


So, like we say in USA..."do not jump at the gun..."... ;D


I was just making a simple test, like I have proposed...but these Universal Motors are FAR, from being even "similar" to the structure of a real generator configuration.


Only then, whenever we have the typical configuration that a real generator have, then we could start coming up with conclusions...and relationships...


So, it all depends on your configuration, which allows to reach much higher outputs with a minimal Input...that is the goal, my friend.




Regards




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Hello to All,




I highly recommend FIRST to start using/playing/calculating/running simulations, etc,etc with a simple Two Pole Configuration in your setup...


Please, do not overcomplicate things before even trying and building this simple setup!!


I have a 2 Pole setup, and I had to add two more brushes to my Rotary Switch, NOT to make it a 4 Poles...BUT...in order to shorten the Field Angles of Interaction, which gets a much stronger effect without any side noises or scrambling, whenever we get crossed coils noise in the middle of the field.


So, imagine using a four pole...in order to shorten these four fields angles, you will need eight [8] Brushes in your Rotary Switch!!


Then you end up using a 1/2 HP Motor to run just the rotary switch...just like the Korean guy did... :)


Fact is, you only have a limited number of coils in any given rotor-exciter to be fitted inside any given stator...so, "spliting" coils in four or six will be like cutting in pieces a very strong two field composition, into four or six slices of the same "pie"... ;D


All the work just to drive Field at slower speeds??!!




Cheers




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Hey Mate,


Hello Semi,

Wow...what a "bombardment of questions" here....hehehehe
I didn't mean to steamroll you there, but you kinda invited us to this ride,
so stop complaining If you have to jump curbs.  :P

But, ok, about your above first question...
let's remember who dictat
It is dictated by the RPM of the Exciter, and directly -in  a typical generator- is given by the speed of the ICE Engine.
Yes, of course the higher the number of poles on the Exciter, the lesser the RPM's required.
For an Output of 50Hz a Two Pole Exciter Rotor must reach 3000 RPM's, while a Four Pole will just need half of that, or 1500 RPM's.
And so, for a 60 Hz, it needs 3600 RPM's for Two Poles, and 1800 RPM's for a four poles exciter.
Sure thing, 50 Hz by 60 times (for one minute) = 3000 RPM, or rather 3600 RPM with 60 Hz. But I like to calculate in SI.

No, the voltage to power the generator exciter coils is HIGHER, than the Output Voltage.
For example, a typical 120V/20A Output Generator will require its exciter to run at approximatedly 170-180V and 1-2 amps
This can't be true, not at all. I've read values from an AVR, that excites up to 90 VDC depending on the load, Output approx. 230V AC.

Sorry Semi, but I do  not understand your reasoning (Mathematics) on this...
You are mixing 12 (from 12 Coils in a 2P) with "T_4P"?
But basically it is the total opposite to your conclusions above...No, the Field can never rotate faster than the outpur frequency required!!
If you do that, there would not be any output at all...
Here we are rotating a Spectrum that goes faster than light...and can go through metals like through air...so, more likely The Field must be driven SLOWER, than the needed output frequency...and that applies to 2P and 4P...and even 6P.
To get the right and best output frequency, the Field must be driven very slowly...and up, until the reached correct timing is met...if you keep going higher, after reaching the "sweet spot"...the output will start decreasing.
I don't think you get the Science here either, you're not thinking fourth dimensionally. Is the Flux Capacitor really fluxing?  ;D

Well, I thought your 4 Brushes will create an equally divided 4 Pole RMF? So I derived my Math from that. If you have "just" a 2 Pole RMF, with 24 Coils,
you would've to go even faster. Then it would be: 24 x T_RMF = T_2P => 24 x f_2P = f_RMF => 24 x 50 Hz = 1200 Hz -> T_RMF = 0,83 ms

Thanks, but we still can NOT establish any rules up to now...related to Input versus Output relationships...it is way too early for conclusions!!
So, like we say in USA..."do not jump at the gun..."... ;D
Yes, it is totally possible that I am barking up the wrong tree here. That is why I wanted you to double-check this on your rig.

I was just making a simple test, like I have proposed...but these Universal Motors are FAR, from being even "similar" to the structure of a real generator configuration.
Only then, whenever we have the typical configuration that a real generator have, then we could start coming up with conclusions...and relationships...
So, it all depends on your configuration, which allows to reach much higher outputs with a minimal Input...that is the goal, my friend.
I totally get you there...

I highly recommend FIRST to start using/playing/calculating/running simulations, etc,etc with a simple Two Pole Configuration in your setup...
How much more theoretically can I get, when not by using Math? You have the Test rig already, why not getting some data out of it?

Please, do not overcomplicate things before even trying and building this simple setup!!
That is so true.

Perhaps I don't get the detailed Setup configuration you have built. I felt into the assumption trap, again.
Here my thoughts about this, please correct me...
If you have a Rotor with 24 Bars on the commutator, you will spin your brushes
around these 24 contacts. If equally divided, with 2 Brushes, you will create a 2 Pole RMF and with 4 Brushes, you will create a 4 Pole RMF.

Thanks for taking the time, very much appreciated.
Semi

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You are making the best posts ever

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This can't be true, not at all. I've read values from an AVR, that excites up to 90 VDC depending on the load, Output approx. 230V AC.




Have you read the Voltage from AVR when the Generator was loaded?
With a heavy load?, not just a couple of LED's or a small fan... ;D


When the Generator is at "Idle" the AVR reduces to minimal its excitation circuit.


The "230V" Output is just based on a Double Winding at Stator, which collects double the output based on exactly the SAME EXCITING FIELD SWEEP.
The exact same way we could get Three Phase Out...



Well, I thought your 4 Brushes will create an equally divided 4 Pole RMF?


Nope, I already explained why I used Four Brushes...read my prior posts where I show my image of the 4 brushes...




So I derived my Math from that. If you have "just" a 2 Pole RMF, with 24 Coils,
you would've to go even faster. Then it would be: 24 x T_RMF = T_2P => 24 x f_2P = f_RMF => 24 x 50 Hz = 1200 Hz -> T_RMF = 0,83 ms
Yes, it is totally possible that I am barking up the wrong tree here. That is why I wanted you to double-check this on your rig.
I totally get you there...
How much more theoretically can I get, when not by using Math? You have the Test rig already, why not getting some data out of it?


So you derived your math above from a wrong assumption, so, everything is wrong.




Perhaps I don't get the detailed Setup configuration you have built. I felt into the assumption trap, again.
Here my thoughts about this, please correct me...
If you have a Rotor with 24 Bars on the commutator, you will spin your brushes
around these 24 contacts. If equally divided, with 2 Brushes, you will create a 2 Pole RMF and with 4 Brushes, you will create a 4 Pole RMF.

Thanks for taking the time, very much appreciated.
Semi


Again, wrong assumption, maybe because not reading carefully my previous post...but no sweat...I will repost it here...without the pictures:







But the main issue here that I want to share, is how I have set the brushes on the rotary switch...yesterday, I was testing with just two brushes...and there was a lot of sparking, a lot of BEMF returning back to Input PSU...




So I decided to close the Field Range by adding four brushes (this brush housing on switch, was designed for 4 brushes) but they have to be in a way that is NOT as Motors have it.




Normally a four brush motor will have an arrangement of /+/-/+/- / and that way the field gets split into Four Fields at the Rotor.




However, I did it in order to keep just one field, but close its angle at the Poles, by setting brushes like: /+/+/-/-/ , therefore, the coils within the two plus (+) and two minus (-) will not be energized, not generating a field, but just conducting power...and so, Field Spectrum is way much cleaner.




Magnetic Field will not have any "scrambling" which happens with just two brushes...and it is due to coils at the contacts (+/-) will be intersecting with BOTH main poles...I will make next week a CAD to show what I mean, however, on my previous image here that have an armature, wound with lap windings, you can see that I colored these next to input plus and minus in a different color (magenta) than all the red-blue coils defining the North-South Poles.




Cheers




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Hello to All,




My present update plus some "secrets" revealed:





I had some bad testing as also very good ones...


The bad tests I consider very important as well as the successful ones, as they teach Us what is NOT allowed, or not good on these Systems...


For example, the German Groschopp Universal Motor was a total failure!!


Why?


Its Armature-Rotor is simply an "Amp Hog"...it consumes higher amperages than volts, as I dialed up just voltage (V.L), while Current is all the way high ...and I tried with both PSU's...a switching and a Linear.


On both reacted the same exact way...


And it does spin the Field, however, the field generated is not strong enough as we loose a lot of power just on the Input.


The reason for this effect is simple, is wound with too thick gauge wire and just a few turns per coil...

The first successful test with the RYOBI Hand Tool 230 (HT230) [on short test video] had very fine wire and many turns...


So I tried another setup, with a 12 tooth armature, and the typical Simplex Lap Winding, and wire gauge 23...I am attaching an image of this winding below...


It did not work either...the sine wave projected on Scope was not uniform and the output results were also not good...


So, I went back to the original RYOBI armature which worked fine...and analyzed deeper the way it was wound...and it is a completely different type of winding as I did previously...if you notice, (picture attached) it ends with two identical coils opposed at 180 degrees.

Plus, the rotor core have 8 slots (tooth) and the commutator have 16 elements...

Note: I did NOT want to take apart my only working armature, first because it is soaked in resin...and second, because we never should take apart a working model...take it as an advice!!

So, I started searching and found this video from a guy, (I believe He is from India)... winding a Power Tool...which have 16 slots and 32 Commutator bars from an angle grinder...So, without understanding a single word he was talking about...I learned the way it was done:




VIDEO: THE SUCCESSFUL WAY TO WIND THE ARMATURE



The way these type of armatures are wound is very different from the typical "Spiral" type...that we start just ONE COIL and keep winding series coils next to each others...untill we meet the first wire at commutator.


On this successful type, we need to WIND BOTH SIDES COILS, apart by 180 degrees, and keep going in a follow up pattern, until we meet both ends,  also apart by 180º...


But that is not all...each coil have the second coil right on top of each other, except the second coil on top, connects to the next commutator segment on the follow up sequence...


And this rises the Field Strength exponentially!!...just like a double threaded wire in a coil does, except, by just a few milliseconds of time difference.


I will show on further posts the detailed Graphics related to this type of winding...


Plus, I have been able to adapt this type of winding to many other armature patterns, like 12 and 20 tooth...which ends in exactly 16 contacts to my Rotary Switch...so, no coils are not connected during operation.




Regards




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ADAPTING A 12 TOOTH ARMATURE TO 8 DOUBLE COILS - 16 TERMINALS


This is one of my armatures, it is wound with 28 gauge, and works beautifully!!
I wound each coil with 40 Turns...


I can dial as high as 100 Volts+ and Amperage remains around 1-2 amps...lovely Field!!
But as I increase RPM's of Field Rotation, amperage decreases.




THE METHOD EXPLAINED, ACCORDING TO GRAPHIC SHOWN:


I start by the Two Pairs of Blue Coils shown (1-2 & 9-10), each pair exactly apart by 180º...while these would be my 1.2 9, 10 terminals to rotary switch...


After done with all four coils, I come back to wind Coils 3-4 and 11-12...


And so on, following the red arrows orderly sequence, for coils winding, as for terminals to rotary switch.


Finally I will end up with two Pair of end Coils 15-16 and 7-8 exactly apart by 180º...(see picture attached)


I am actually working on a 20 Pole adapt...to this same pettern, but a bigger set up, so it requires higher number of turns...more steel, more turns.


Whoever is following this posts...and replicating them...will have a lot of fun in the end...




Get ready for ¨surprises¨ coming very soon... ;D




Regards






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VISUALIZING THE VIRTUAL MAGNETIC FIELD ROTATING


On above Video link, you will be able to see the Field Rotating through three different Methods...


I have developed a way to distinguish Polarizations in any given Magnetic Field through an old CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) Black and white small TV...


The Electron Beam Ray sweeping screen at very high frequency in a Horizontal Line...shows clearly the Two different Patterns which defines a NORTH  from a South.


BUILDING YOUR OWN CRT MAG FIELD SCOPE


On above video link you will learn how to build one for yourself...


And on the Video below, you will see the Full Video on how this is achieved...


CRT REVEALING MAGNETIC FIELD VORTEXES




By the way, the Armature shown on first video demo, is the one I have shown previously...a 12T wound with 16 coils




Cheers






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