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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #80 on: August 31, 2010, 14:30:47 pm »
Here is food for your brain, Fabio.
 
Hope you like it.
 
As you can see, is the second battery, or capacitor, charged with the EEC...
So, every new pulse is done with a higher voltage on the primary coil...
Meaning, the wfc gets a higher shot and the EEC delivers more volts to the cap/battery.
So, it is step charging............
 
 
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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #81 on: August 31, 2010, 16:50:20 pm »
seb i dont think you understand the alternator clearly.. or maybe i dont

the way i see it is  the alternators frequency is based of of geometrical shape..  if you look the rotor it has claw poles coupleing from front  and back of the rotor.. one is north and one is south...   6 north poles and 6 south poles.. one turn of the rotor in 1 second is 6 hertz.. swings up and down in 6 reps

2 turns in one second is 12 hertz and so on,,
 1rpm would be .1hz..

if 1 turn in 1 second is 6 hertz then one rpm is 60 times longer then 1 second (the hz measurment)

ok i did the measurments on my alternator.. it has a 5 inch pully on a 220 volts 3450 rpm 2hp motor.. 
my alternator has a 3 inch pully..  this is a 3/5 ratio or a 5/3 depending on perspective.. is glass half empty or full?   
you could say that the alternator turns the ac motor 3/5
or you could say the ac motor turns the alternator 5/3

5/3= 1.666
so for every 1 turn of my ac motor my alternator pully turns 1.666 times

if my motor is 3450rpm it is also 57.5 cycles per second.. (3450/ 60= 57.5) 
57.5 x 1.666= 95.795
so my alternator is turning at 95.795 cycles a second which is 5747.7 rpm

if my rotor produces 6 hertz per turn then 95.795 cycles per second will produce
574.77hz signal from rotor to stator..

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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #82 on: August 31, 2010, 17:25:44 pm »
Questions to you all out there:
 
We have 2 battery's.
1. 2V and 100 amps
2. 12V and 1 amp
 
What happen if we hook them up in serie. (all components can handle 100 amps)
Might it be that we get 14V potential diff and 101 amps current?
 
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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #83 on: August 31, 2010, 17:38:06 pm »
Questions to you all out there:
 
We have 2 battery's.
1. 2V and 100 amps
2. 12V and 1 amp
 
What happen if we hook them up in serie. (all components can handle 100 amps)
Might it be that we get 14V potential diff and 101 amps current?
 
Steve


Quick answer to that:


you will end up with 14 volts 1 amp.


But if you have a battery of 12v giving 5 amp and other in parallel 12v giving 100 amp you have 105 amp.


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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #84 on: August 31, 2010, 17:48:48 pm »
Outlawstc you are right! i was confused there are 12 poles on my alternator thus 6 Hz per rpm. I also forgot to count that rpm is per minute thus 60 seconds. Thank you for pointing that!
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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #85 on: August 31, 2010, 17:50:12 pm »
@ steve

100amp/ 2v = 50 siemens
1amp / 12v =  .0833 siemens

the 12v and 2 volt will gain the total of series being 14 volts they will superimpoise there resistive qualitys.. the one amp batter haveing higher resistance will regulate the voltage
you will have a total potential of 14 volts @ 1.1662amps

i think you would simply take the most resistive value and and times it by the series
14v x .0833 siemens= 1.1662 amps



seb and everone else

also with the 3 phases combine you are not getting a pulse frequency in the cell without gating... the 574.77hz my alternator is producing is rectified dc.. 3 signals superimposed (3phase) will give you dc ripple of frequency.. 

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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #86 on: August 31, 2010, 17:58:07 pm »
notice your mistake seb.. 1 amp is inacurate because you not accounting for the 2 extra volts being superimpsed onto the 12 volt battery!!:)  that 2 volts raised the amperage of the 12 volt 1 amp by .1662 amps! (volts out power resistance raising amps as volts go up in ANY material conducting)
man i feel like i gain the key to the universe lol
i can see the ratio for acceleration of signal in a medium now..

we must learn drift velocities of electrons.. we must refraim from the example of amps in reference to how may electrons pass a given point to how fast they travel in a medium under different potentials.. need to know how long the travel from a to b is in the cell gap..


if they were in parallel wouldnt your 12volt battery charge the 2 volt battery to the point where the 12v it dead and only holding 2 volts?  a negative 12v hooked to a negative 2 volts would that not create current of 10 volts @.833 amps flowing into 2 volt battery?  (10v x .0833 simens)

if you were to pull a load you would have 2v @ 100.833 amps?

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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #87 on: August 31, 2010, 18:00:09 pm »




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


Which one you are talking about??