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Author Topic: Chas Campbell free power motor  (Read 660652 times)

Offline xspydarex

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Re: Chas Campbell free power motor
« Reply #1065 on: December 31, 2015, 10:13:51 AM »
Hi Everyone
I m Making Chas Cambell Free Power Machine
I Want To Run 50KW Alternator [1500 RPM]

Motor I Want To Use Is 2HP 1450 RPM Single Phase And Pulley On Motor Is 4"
One Side Pulley On Shaft Is 9" Connected To Motor [Shaft Size Is 28" Length And 2" Diameter]
On The Other Side Pulley Is 8" Connected To Alternator And Alternator Pulley Is 4" With FlyWheel
Tht Means FlyWheel Is Attached On Alternator [ FlyWheel Diameter Is 20" And Weight Is 42KG ]

Can Anyone Please Tell Me I Am Doing Anything Wrong? Plz Correct Me If Im Doing Any mistake
It'll Be V Much Helpful Thanks

[Attached Picture Is Detail Of Alternator]




[Update]

When I Run Test, After Displaying Volts In Meter, Motor Starts Heating And Speed Goes Slow And Voltage Drops From 300V To 100V And So On...
« Last Edit: January 01, 2016, 09:30:48 AM by xspydarex »

Offline ARMCORTEX

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Re: Chas Campbell free power motor
« Reply #1066 on: January 02, 2016, 12:40:08 AM »
I agree with what you have said.

As is always the case, OU was not found.

But it is a valid direction for those who seek the ever elusive OU.

There was an indian company, by the name AG energies.

I heard that they quickly dissapeared, its as if they never existed.

They had a very impressive video, you can notice a few strange things in the video but nothing much.

The secret must be difficult to comprehend since its in plain sight. They are confident nobody can figure it out...

Offline Frank2025

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Re: Chas Campbell free power motor
« Reply #1067 on: January 05, 2016, 02:36:40 AM »
Then the chas campbell is a fake bu I do not know if you have seen a replication in youtube:

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Chas Campbell free power motor
« Reply #1068 on: January 06, 2016, 02:47:30 PM »
Hi Everyone
I m Making Chas Cambell Free Power Machine
I Want To Run 50KW Alternator [1500 RPM]

Motor I Want To Use Is 2HP 1450 RPM Single Phase And Pulley On Motor Is 4"
One Side Pulley On Shaft Is 9" Connected To Motor [Shaft Size Is 28" Length And 2" Diameter]
On The Other Side Pulley Is 8" Connected To Alternator And Alternator Pulley Is 4" With FlyWheel
Tht Means FlyWheel Is Attached On Alternator [ FlyWheel Diameter Is 20" And Weight Is 42KG ]

Can Anyone Please Tell Me I Am Doing Anything Wrong? Plz Correct Me If Im Doing Any mistake
It'll Be V Much Helpful Thanks

[Attached Picture Is Detail Of Alternator]




[Update]

When I Run Test, After Displaying Volts In Meter, Motor Starts Heating And Speed Goes Slow And Voltage Drops From 300V To 100V And So On...

this Alternator shown in the picture is not very efficient. it generates about 50% of the energy consumed to spin it up to whatever RPM you want to generate at.
put in short, the energy this generator outputs at 1500 RPM, is the energy it takes to spin a normal motor up to 3,000 RPM.
Flywheel or Not, at any gearing ratio, it appears that you will lose about half of your energy to heat and EMF with this set-up.
That's before even analyzing friction, or imbalances in the pulley system.

Offline xspydarex

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Re: Chas Campbell free power motor
« Reply #1069 on: January 10, 2016, 09:45:29 AM »
this Alternator shown in the picture is not very efficient. it generates about 50% of the energy consumed to spin it up to whatever RPM you want to generate at.
put in short, the energy this generator outputs at 1500 RPM, is the energy it takes to spin a normal motor up to 3,000 RPM.
Flywheel or Not, at any gearing ratio, it appears that you will lose about half of your energy to heat and EMF with this set-up.
That's before even analyzing friction, or imbalances in the pulley system.


Thanks For Info