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Author Topic: Someone did build a Tricoiler replica?  (Read 10332 times)

Offline nievesoliveras

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Re: Someone did build a Tricoiler replica?
« Reply #15 on: August 31, 2009, 08:55:10 PM »
anyone can help me?

Maybe I can help you.
Just post the schematic and the photos of your work.
Please post the schematic with the latest changes you have made.


Offline mikestorm

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Re: Someone did build a Tricoiler replica?
« Reply #16 on: September 17, 2009, 11:31:41 AM »
i've found the problem
when i give power to the rotor coil of the alternator, the cogging is too strong and the bedini starts to slow very fast.
i think there is not much torque, someone told me to change the rotor of the alternator with a permanent magnet rotor, but i thinks it will be a bit of cogging again
other idea?

Offline mikestorm

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Re: Someone did build a Tricoiler replica?
« Reply #17 on: November 15, 2009, 04:54:57 PM »
Something new

in the last weeks i've build a tricoiler replica, like someone wrote in the pdf file chapter 6 as i remember right.
using 3 spools, of 7 coils istead on 6coils.
the wire that i've been using is 0.48 mm thick, Tr is 2n3055, 1n4007 diode, and the same value for the resistor as wrote in the file.
i use neodimium magnet istead on ceramic magnet.

i've some problems:
the maximum rpm at 12v is 700/800 and not 5000 as i saw in some youtube videos.
when i switch one the power, it can be eard a sound, but this sound isn't eard in the youtube video
what i'm doing wrong?

please help me to go the right way

best regards