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Author Topic: Experiments designing a BLDC Acyclical Generator  (Read 11496 times)

Offline leeanderthal

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Re: Experiments designing a BLDC Acyclical Generator
« Reply #15 on: January 05, 2010, 12:43:42 AM »
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The difference with both compared to a homopolar motr/gen is that the magnet poles do not make any changes throughout the cycle on a traditional hp setup. As far as I know. So from what I see, you poles are kinda pulsing when rotating so it can generate due to that if the conductor is stationary and the mags move.
Magluvin,
Very true.  If the setup in experiment #1 would have worked there would have been no pulsing. Do you agree that if the field rotated with the mags in that experiment we would have current?
I have lots of questions about that in another post. I think with the proper design a helical configuration could be made nearly pulse free.
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Offline leeanderthal

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Re: Experiments designing a BLDC Acyclical Generator
« Reply #16 on: January 05, 2010, 12:57:14 AM »
Very nice Phoneboy.  I like it.  How about a rotating diametric magnet mounted inside of stationary axially magnetized ring magnets? Sounds difficult to build.
Lee

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Re: Experiments designing a BLDC Acyclical Generator
« Reply #17 on: January 05, 2010, 01:25:02 AM »
@ leanderthal, I guess it could work, trying to visualize how the field would flow? Would probably give same problem with what I proposed, you'll need strong rigid supports as the magnets will constantly will be trying to align.

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Re: Experiments designing a BLDC Acyclical Generator
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Offline Magluvin

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Re: Experiments designing a BLDC Acyclical Generator
« Reply #18 on: January 05, 2010, 02:51:23 AM »
I supopse there is nothing wrong with an alternating current version of the HP. It will have to be tried and tested.
I had an idea that I just did some simple tests on that had individual spokes, each with a diode, and as the mags of a rotor past the spokes would force the charge to only move in the one direction because of the diode, but the voltage was very small if any due to the drop of the diode. The speed of the rotor needed to be very fast. So I put it away till I come up with something better. I also tried the square loop. That needs a full build to see what happens.
But dont give up till you try and experiment.  =]

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Re: Experiments designing a BLDC Acyclical Generator
« Reply #19 on: January 07, 2010, 11:33:33 AM »
Question,
What effect (if any) would conductive A have on the shaft?
With a current going through it?
More drag?  Less drag?

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Re: Experiments designing a BLDC Acyclical Generator
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Offline Foggy-Notion

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Re: Experiments designing a BLDC Acyclical Generator
« Reply #20 on: January 08, 2010, 05:38:23 AM »
er?  that's supose to read,...
what effect if any, would conductive "bearings" have,
as far as drag goes.  I mean is there any effect at all?

Would plastic or ceramic bearings be better for that reason?
Or could conductive bearing maybe even improve spin cycle?
For an N-Machine I mean?

 

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