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Title: Are we wasting Power?
Post by: rleverett on September 27, 2009, 09:04:21 PM
Consider the wind turbine with a 12v system, at low wind speeds it may produce 2-12volts which cannot be fed into a 12v battery. Is anyone working on a capacitor, super cap or mechanical switching device to charge a 2v or 6v battery which could then be used to bank into the 12v system?
Supplemental to this would be any low volt source (Earth battery, Low light PV, Aerial collector) could the be used to add charge to the 12v system.
Title: Re: Are we wasting Power?
Post by: jadaro2600 on September 27, 2009, 10:46:20 PM
voltage is the easy part, it's the amps which due the charging
Title: Re: Are we wasting Power?
Post by: onthecuttingedge2005 on September 28, 2009, 12:29:14 AM
Since this is a kind of universal energy statement.

7 Steps to ultimate power.

1. Trap Light.
2. Slow down Light.(allows tremendous amounts of photons to build up in storage before being piped).
3. pipe the light.
4. speed light back up.
5. Stimulate Emissions(LASED)
6. Convert Light to usable Energy.
7. Recycle used Light.

simple as that.

imagine a device as small as a thimble filled with all the photons in the Universe. and I say thimble because it is much easier to hold in your hand.

controlling light is the perfect energy potential.

Jerry ;)
Title: Re: Are we wasting Power?
Post by: sm0ky2 on September 28, 2009, 01:18:42 AM
step 5 is where the problem comes in.

the only way(s) we currently know how to 'convert' light into usable energy, is to impinge the photons onto a surface.
wether it is a PV cell, or a heat collector - the photons are absorbed by the surface, and thus cease to be "light".

we must first overcome this before we are able to recycle the used light to create more energy.

Title: Re: Are we wasting Power?
Post by: onthecuttingedge2005 on September 28, 2009, 01:35:20 AM
step 5 is where the problem comes in.

the only way(s) we currently know how to 'convert' light into usable energy, is to impinge the photons onto a surface.
wether it is a PV cell, or a heat collector - the photons are absorbed by the surface, and thus cease to be "light".

we must first overcome this before we are able to recycle the used light to create more energy.

Sorry Smoky.

I left one out of the solution, please re-read my prior post.

Jerry ;)
Title: Re: Are we wasting Power?
Post by: X00013 on September 28, 2009, 01:57:10 AM
http://www.earthtronics.com/honeywell.aspx

  if u wanted 2, u could build a better one 4 alot less
Title: Re: Are we wasting Power?
Post by: onthecuttingedge2005 on September 28, 2009, 02:36:04 AM
According to National Geographics(September 2009 issue pg.28 start of article refer to pg.40) conventional Solar Power has the highest potential of clean green energy sources, 100 square miles of Solar panels can power the entire united states of America during the day.

now if we research more exotic methods as I described then it can power the United States of America night or Day. not to mention make the grid smaller and smaller by research and developement. we need more solar tech researchers to speed up this process.

if you calculate the volume mass of your wind generator including mast and compare it to a solar panel of equal volume, solar will win Watt for Watt. especially perfected solar cells. there are no moving parts to kill anything either.

More photons can be stored than Electrons because Photons have no charge, Photon Storage systems are going to wipe out all other means of harnessing power in the long run.

if one doesn't research controlling light then the process will take longer to achieve. there is a proper path and then there are the rest. the proper path is controlling light.

I have the complete collection of National Geographics in my library study if you need references to any information. including just about every other important book as well. not including computer access to the ones I don't have.

the future knows all, the only difference is who found it first!

it is very difficult to do, but think decades ahead maybe more if you can, if you want to stay on top!
Jerry ;)
Title: Re: Are we wasting Power?
Post by: rleverett on September 28, 2009, 06:56:31 PM
To refer back to the original question:-
How can I take a low voltage (2 - 8v) and convert or enhance this to charge a 12v battery?