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Author Topic: Alternator with wheel  (Read 5458 times)

Offline guruji

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Alternator with wheel
« on: October 18, 2010, 10:05:56 PM »
Hi guys I've been trying for along time to turn a small wheel on an auto alternator using magnets around and a coil with a reed switch as a pulse motor but invain.Maybe magnets should be bigger.
Any suggestions?
Thanks

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Alternator with wheel
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Re: Alternator with wheel
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2010, 06:47:08 AM »
What would benefit you is research into the Gray Conversion
Tube.  The way it works is by filling an insulated tube with
high voltage from a thick copper electrode pointed at another
shorter electrode.  This shorter one is positioned with a small
gap to the other, and is connected to a diode to block the flow
of high voltage from going past it.

When the diode is activated with a low voltage, the high voltage
presses against the flow and shuts the diode off.  When this
occurs, a burst of radiant energy forms in the gap between the
electrodes and is collected onto a waiting copper mesh tube or
other suitable conductor.

This collected radiant energy can then be directed into a pulse
type motor setup and then fed back to the supply battery. It will
produce a substantial magnetic flux event in comparison with a
normal pulse of electricity.

You will find a load of information on the Gray System in this
forum and the one at Energetic Forums.

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Re: Alternator with wheel
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2010, 07:42:40 PM »
I took an alternator and changed the rotor for a permanent magnet one. I also tried to run it using magnets and a pulsing coil. I could not move it even once.
Now I am trying to make it work with a microcontroller. But every device I buy to deal with the microcontroller programming has come incomplete. There is the need to buy something else to make the thing complete.

The thing is that I have spent a lot of money and still has not moved the alternator using a microcontroller.

The circuit to move the alternator is already made and maybe you know how to make it work with a microcontroller. It may help you if you have the microcontroller know how. The circuit link:

http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=9596.msg256831#msg256831

Jesus

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Re: Alternator with wheel
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2010, 07:42:40 PM »
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Offline guruji

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Re: Alternator with wheel
« Reply #3 on: November 23, 2010, 08:05:41 PM »
Hi guys thanks for your interest. I think it should have big magnets to have more torque. I saw a guy on youtube who managed to turn an alternator not a car one but this had big magnets in it.
Maybe the window motor should be put on it which have good torque.
Hope I solve this in future;still expermenting on it.
Thanks

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Re: Alternator with wheel
« Reply #4 on: November 23, 2010, 11:58:42 PM »
Hi guys I've been trying for along time to turn a small wheel on an auto alternator using magnets around and a coil with a reed switch as a pulse motor but invain.Maybe magnets should be bigger.
Any suggestions?
Thanks
There are couple of factors which affect how much power you can get from a coil.  One is how many turns of wire it has and the other is how many amps you put through the coil.  A given amount of wire will have a certain resistance, which stays constant.  So you can pump more amps through a coil by using a higher voltage.

An alternator needs a fairly high RPM, so you might also consider putting the wheel on a separate axle and using some pulleys for a torque reduction drive train, to spin the alternator faster.

And I've had coils which were strong enough to demagnetize a magnet, so you should use the strongest magnets you can.

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Re: Alternator with wheel
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Offline shylo

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Re: Alternator with wheel
« Reply #5 on: November 24, 2010, 12:30:42 AM »
Hey.....I don't think increasing magnetic strenght will help....I believe that the resistance from gravity will always match the strength of the magnet..........magnetism and gravity are =?...........shylo

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Re: Alternator with wheel
« Reply #6 on: November 26, 2010, 09:03:55 PM »
Hi guys I've been trying for along time to turn a small wheel on an auto alternator using magnets around and a coil with a reed switch as a pulse motor but invain.Maybe magnets should be bigger.
Any suggestions?
Thanks
I've developed a circuit which may be of some help.  I've got a treadmill motor which has coils on the armature and four magnets around the inside of the case.  This motor is 1 1/2 Hp but is only 7" long, not counting the flywheel, by 3 1/8" in diameter.  The flywheel is 7" in diameter.  It normally runs on up to 100 VDC, depending on the RPMs, but I've got it wired up to a MicroWave Oven Transformer (MOT) and a capacitor from the same oven.  And when I put four caps in parallel the motor REALLY spins.  However, it won't turn at all unless there's an inductor in series with it.  The secondary winding from another MOT is good enough for this inductor.

For those who are interested I'm attaching a picture of the motor, then the circuit.

So you might consider adding a capacitor and an inductor to your test circuit.  With a voltage much lower than what I'm using you would need a cap which is much bigger than the couple of uF I'm using.  If you want to use DC you'll need a polarity reversing relay where I show the MOT.  AC with the MOT, DC with the relay but no transformer.


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Re: Alternator with wheel
« Reply #6 on: November 26, 2010, 09:03:55 PM »
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