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Re: Aussepom goes magnetic
« Reply #40 on: August 02, 2010, 17:49:48 pm »
Understandable, sounds like an exciting time


What direction pointing things can you share? What principles or theory are you using to approach the design?

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Re: Aussepom goes magnetic
« Reply #41 on: August 02, 2010, 22:37:30 pm »
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          private, I would not have got this far with out help, that was only money help,  now a large investor is interested but there are a few thing that I have done during the project that could be shared, or point you in the right direction.  and Steve it could go higher to  COP 32 at around 700 RPM but I have to watch the power dissipation on the fets
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COP 32 ..............
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Re: Aussepom goes magnetic
« Reply #42 on: August 03, 2010, 07:18:15 am »
Hi Steve
                  It was pointed out to me yesterday by my friendly scientist, that why bother to go any further than 500RPM, I was trying to get to 1,000 RPM. this at first seem to be the target that I wanted, the COP at a 1,000 RPM is in the 40's, and that is even with out the power from the 'Car Alternator' that would not kick in until I got to a 1,000, it is direct drive, I was looking at fitting a 2 -1 pulley, I may still do that and just stay around the 500 to 600RPM. on the test rig it would give another 10 to 15 amps.  The full prototype will have a new type of designed coil in the separate alternator. this has to be tested yet. and should give out a real big output.
As for the share part, some information gained while doing this has given me a new look at Vertical axis wind generators, I now have what I think is a good design, will have to draw it up.
there is one tip that I can give you, forget about trying to 'mimic' a normal alternator, and this alternating magnets. When you have to try and do things with no money, little parts, but a bit of this and that, normally called 'junk', just to see if some thing will work, when all the engineers tell you it can not, this is when you come up with good ideas, practical, and simple.
Your brain has to figure it out, even as old as I am.
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Re: Aussepom goes magnetic
« Reply #43 on: August 09, 2010, 17:51:53 pm »
hi guys
Well that was Monday but Wednesday, in front of witnesses, two were investors, I did a COP of 2.4 , but I have had it up to just short of 20 at around 560RPM, and that is still with only one rotor, two rotors twice the current, yes and still the same input.
Waiting to charge up some small 12v batteries with my friends Berdini battery charger, they were taken out of some job, and there were a few a bit down. then I can do anther test that I have in mind.
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Re: Aussepom goes magnetic
« Reply #44 on: August 09, 2010, 20:58:44 pm »
hi guys
Well that was Monday but Wednesday, in front of witnesses, two were investors, I did a COP of 2.4 , but I have had it up to just short of 20 at around 560RPM, and that is still with only one rotor, two rotors twice the current, yes and still the same input.
Waiting to charge up some small 12v batteries with my friends Berdini battery charger, they were taken out of some job, and there were a few a bit down. then I can do anther test that I have in mind.
aussepom

Sounds like a dream.How was the reaction of the investors? Did they believe what they seen?
Hope you get some money and get it up to a higher development level.
 
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Re: Aussepom goes magnetic
« Reply #45 on: August 10, 2010, 09:09:10 am »
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    the one that was a tech electronics, the way that it was show, and fully exlained, they saw the meters readings for them selves and another did the calculations, so there was no hidden smoke and mirrors. well yes they were a little short on words.
When you can see the cam and with out a shadow of doubt that the power can only be on for that short period and off for the rest, it was a good idea to show with out and funny electronics.
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Re: Aussepom goes magnetic
« Reply #46 on: December 28, 2018, 06:47:56 am »
Hi just re-visited this, well you can now see some of the vids of the prototype yes all wood but for the magnets, there was two rotors to start and four coils and ten magnets five in each rotor, then there was another rotor and several tests were done well lots really.
120w electrical in, and 400W out electrical and mechanical, mechanical was 5ft/lbs torque.
Soon a new one to be fully machined and with the new super caps it is a whole new ball game. There are some look like this now as it was on Utube but I pulled it off and off photo bucket. Many were following what I was doing and so since some are  or look like mine and may have tried to copy it. They all have made many big mistakes as as they all follow like sheep so all have the same problem
Well it was nice visiting this page again.