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Author Topic: Energy Generation by moving Mag Field through Static Steel Core & Copper Coils  (Read 11470 times)

Offline Ufopolitics

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An addition to my previous post...

I will also consider to add two small Neo rectangular magnets on each side of the Inner steel moving Rotor Center Angle of Interaction (of each N/S Poles)...to help the magnetic alignment more precisely, more robust, as also for start up from zero, with some magnetic reminiscence to induce exciter coils...

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Hello again,

Just wanted to add some material not disclosed on previous post on Hollow Static Armature...

Here is another CAD, where I basically show all 16 Coils, spreaded over time, like is supposed to be done in any 16 tooth plain, Simplex Lap Winding Symmetrical Motor.
Now, the Magnetic Angle at which these coils would be energizing, forming their N/S Polarities, is not to be based on just one coil at each side, but -as an example on this diagram- the Magnetic Angle would be comprehending 3 Coils per Pole, as 6 Isolated Steel Elements, apart by 180ยบ from each Magtnetic Pole.

So, whenever rotation starts, there would ALWAYS be at least ONE CENTER Coil (out of the 3) not being switched/reversed, during stepping of Angles displacement per each commutation. This will completely avoid Main Field Collapsing during Switching Rotation.

This Angle opening is defined by the 4 Brushes separation angle between -/+ on each side at the Rotary Switch brush plate...and is shown on previous posts, where I show brushes configuration and electrical distribution of -/+ poles on the Rotary Commutator Switch.

So, depending on the Coils Magnetic Angle set, the Inner Rotating Steel Rotor (previously disclosed) would be designed following that Angle spread, in order to fully close-connect plus enhance the Magnetic Field circuit.

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Hello,

Here is a better view of Inner Rotor design.

This is the Narrower Angle Field based on brushes adjustment (position 1), which comprehends around 3 commutator elements, or 3 coils on each side (pole).
In the next (position 2) it will widen the Field to about 6 elements per pole or 6 coils.
Position number 1 will be lesser coils (total of 6), so it will be a higher amp rate (less resistance)...when Position 2 (12 coils) will have lesser amperage, more resistance.
However, this settings depends on my stator coils width, and how I am wiring them...

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On a typical motor we have alternated -/+ or (-/+/-/+), which does cut the field in 4 poles or N/S/N/S.

So, according to this way to wire brushes, there are some coils not being energized during rotation [Idling] (the ones within the electric poles of same polarity)...and so, I get a much better sinewave than if I use just two brushes -/+ which divides the field in two poles...and scrambles the whole thing and output drops down.


And...In order to achieve this Narrow Angle of the Field (3 Coils per Pole) I use the brush connections according to image shown below:

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Related to the Lap Winding I use on Static Rotor...

There are many ways to do a Lap Winding...
I am doing it like shown on the image below

https://www.electrical4u.com/lap-winding-simplex-and-duplex-lap-winding/

Again, I am only using 6 out of 16 coils where the center (alternating) coil always stays on, during rotation, that is the "Narrow Field Angle".
I can have 12 coils in the wide settings...where the closer brushes, now -/+ would be -/- and +/+...

For these systems, it is better NOT to use ALL Coils on the armature, it will scramble your sinewave, as your output will not be as desired.

The scrambling I believe is due to the energized coils that are on the magnetic field limits, between N-S, or near the Dielectric Field or Bloch Wall...So, it does not project a clear Polarization of the Field, hence Induction Output is considerably reduced.

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Ufopolitics

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Hi Ufo,


I hope you don't mind if I post a link here to a thread I started.  I don't want to pollute your thread.


For those of you who don't have the expertise or equipment to build the excellent project that Ufo is building I have started a thread for an easier way to maybe possibly work with a virtual moving magnetic field.  I have not built it yet but intend to soon.  So there are no guarantees that any of this will work but I wanted to share my idea.


Here's the link:


https://overunity.com/19222/maybe-possible-idea-for-duplicating-effect-of-holcomb-and-others/msg570066/#msg570066


Ufo, feel free to delete this if you don't want it in your thread.


Carroll