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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #72 on: August 30, 2010, 21:56:51 pm »
I made 8 drawings....
The best one looks like a bedini circuit....A battery is used to power the wfc and the wfc is charging another battery..... :P :-X :'(
 
Not yet 1 schematic that is adding that charge up.....
 
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« Reply #73 on: August 30, 2010, 22:28:06 pm »
Cool steve, bring more info about that if you can...


Today i bought some stuff that i will need for doing the circuits


I got this for today
2 igbts 
toshiba mg50q2ys40
http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheet/toshiba/1694.pdf
The guy actually borrowed me this two it would cost here about 350 euro, this were already used...


4 tc 4429 inverter drivers     http://www.learn-c.com/tc4429.pdf
4 4n25 optocouplers     http://www.datasheetcatalog.net/pt/datasheets_pdf/4/N/2/5/4N25.shtml
5 cd 4046 pll
5 cd 4001 nor gates
3 pre perforated pcb boards
connectors for my new pc oscilloscope
I also got a 50 amp 1000v full bridge rectifier and other 2 1000v 10 amps rectifier


I will still need some more stuff... I have spent equivalent to 50 euros for this stuff...


Now i need to tell you


I was talking to my chemistry teacher this morning and i told him about the project and during our conversation i realized something.
When he told me that instantaneously if you switch between the two igbts the charges will not hold there on the electrode. (if we turn of the voltage) So i realized that maybe there is only one 1igbt and the other might only be a diode, because it will keep the capacitor charged not allowing it to discharge...


And also that maybe this pulse to the igbt must be twice the frequency of the transformer and should start 90° after the first pulse.


Because this way voltage will be at max when you allow the ions to discharge...


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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #74 on: August 30, 2010, 22:53:32 pm »
I think it all end up like Stan said it was....Man, hear me talking...
Most of his VIC schematics show 1 core.
Why? Its all about creating magnetic fields, which create volts and amps....Yeh, i know.
 
To understand it all a bit better, i have a video for you.
 
 
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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #75 on: August 30, 2010, 22:56:48 pm »
Fabio,
 
My current drawings also use 1 fet at the wfc side.....
Your teacher is right in this. Look at the Brian and Steve schematic....also 1 fet
 
More to come..

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« Reply #76 on: August 30, 2010, 23:06:31 pm »
What you mean by blocking? It depends. The 1 when he approach the magnet he create a current on the coil, when he move it again he create another current. If we were to try to compare would be like you approach the magnet and than you approach the magnet again. But in our case the second approach will be generated by the ions current.


I was starting to think if stan didn't use his tubes as the coil.. but i'm not so sure.


I will stop a bit with theory and see practically, if will work. I guess it will...


If it works will mean that my theory holds.


If not we must find the right phase and combinations of coils capacitors and diodes... And is done. Because certainly the energy come from the ions.




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« Reply #77 on: August 31, 2010, 01:04:16 am »
Steve for me now is so clear =)

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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #78 on: August 31, 2010, 10:53:22 am »
Now lets talk about the alternator...


My alternator, have 60uh windings, for every rpm it will generate 4 hertz.


If i could have a coil that would totalize 5mh and i had the tube cell stan used 1° time witch second my calculations were around 150nf all tubes in parallel.


I would have 5,8khz as my resonant frequency, witch mean that i would need to drive the alternator stator field with this frequency as to self accelerate the alternator during resonance. I believe it can become self oscillating and thus probably dangerous... I will use breakers for 40 amp for safety...


I i would have much lesser capacitance i would like to pulse the field coil in phase lock with the resonance, this way i could have very high frequency at low Rpm. 


Hope you understand what i mean.


 
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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #79 on: August 31, 2010, 14:13:26 pm »
Now lets talk about the alternator...


My alternator, have 60uh windings, for every rpm it will generate 4 hertz.


If i could have a coil that would totalize 5mh and i had the tube cell stan used 1° time witch second my calculations were around 150nf all tubes in parallel.


I would have 5,8khz as my resonant frequency, witch mean that i would need to drive the alternator at about 1,500 rpm...


I i would have much lesser capacitance i would like to pulse the field coil in phase lock with the resonance, this way i could have very high frequency at low Rpm. 


Hope you understand what i mean.

The xc and XL i understand, but in your schematic i dont understand it..
Can you explain it to me?
 
Steve