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Author Topic: Squirl cage and coil rotor alternator on same bar  (Read 4312 times)

Offline Lorcan

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Squirl cage and coil rotor alternator on same bar
« on: September 27, 2014, 10:13:56 PM »
Hey all,

Would like to ask if someone can invision my idea.
We all like in one form or another overunity.
Found this wacke-werker mechanical frequency converter type FU 4/200
Since it has 2 separate stators.
was wondering if it would work to put a new rotor in there that exists of a squirle cage and a rotor that used in an alternator. In other words, the same bar has the squirle cage on, and the coil that is used in an alternator.
The first stator coil runs the rotor, the squirle cage part, the second coil would be used to pick up the electrical energy created by the induced alternator coil.

Anyone any input
Kind regards

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