Here is news from Brian:

heres some pictires of the 3HP 3phase motor .

the readings are the motor at idle without power

factor correction.

none tuned just hooked up running.

take the motor and tune it to lowest watts, do all

this before you start making the mower so as you will

get to know the motors watts per HP and such, all

motors are different ,

then step to RV energy managment ... many files and

ways to do it but over all , we get what we think to

"use" back because we really dont destroy the

energy ,we just let it get by us from not using the

most effecent ways..= force , thus force = uneffecenty

do to load , so if we use the load to load more energy

back then we are just moving the energy in a loop ,

the energy speeds up at the RV and slows down at the

force so we build up energy at the force level , and

use this force level to yield charge.

when you make 1/2 system input easyer to move then the

output is 1/2 higher in energy , drive this higher

output into a lower input and it got by us again , so

we do it again and again ect... = bad effecenty back

feeded to good effecenty = a little more energy do to

more time of holding it .. tank energy is held in the

motors coils in magnetic fields ,, the extra energy is

there already loaded thats what makes a less input..

brian Prater

Ps. i dropped my cam on the floor and its toast...

might be a few more days before i get more pictures do

to needing a cam to take pictures and video

Hello ,

Stefan

heres some of how it works ... using inverse

hyperbolic sine and hyperbolic... see smoke and

mirrors below

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Pseudosphere.htmlSphere Power = "elastic forces"(everlasting forces)

Half the surface of revolution generated by a tractrix

about its asymptote to form a tractroid. The surfaces

is sometimes also called the antisphere or tractrisoid

The pseudosphere therefore has constant negative

Gaussian curvature, justifying the name

"pseudo-sphere" (i.e., an analog of the sphere, which

has constant positive curvature). Its constant

negative curvature also makes it a a local partial

model of hyperbolic geometry, just as a cone or

cylinder is a local partial model of Euclidean

geometry of the plane.

now lets talk about the coils and how they overlap in

the 3 phase motor ... and how this supplys what i was

talking about ,,,

its everwhere if we learn how to use it

http://home.earthlink.net/~jimlux/hv/cw1.htmThe CW multiplier has the disadvantage of having very

poor voltage regulation, that is, the voltage drops

rapidly as a function the output current. In some

applications, this is an advantage. The output V/I

characteristic is roughly hyperbolic, so it serves

well for charging capacitor banks to high voltages at

roughly constant charging power. Furthermore, the

ripple on the output, particularly at high loads, is

quite high.

The inversion of three-dimensional Cartesian

coordinates is called 6-sphere coordinates.

The scale factors of Cartesian coordinates are all

unity Hi=1

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/CartesianCoordinates.htmlhttp://mathworld.wolfram.com/HelmholtzDifferentialEquationCartesianCoordinates.htmlhttp://mathworld.wolfram.com/6-SphereCoordinates.htmlis it start to look like RF waves di-polor antennas?

Laplace's equation ?

it all ties to ECE theory ... did i send you a OU EQ

file ?

the O in the unity is do to a charge that we have when

we give it a jump start , so to say...

thanks brian