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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #136 on: May 29, 2008, 06:19:11 am »
sorry Guys
   Rmp of motor is 3450  pulley is 3.25
alt is 2.5  any one good at math?

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #137 on: May 29, 2008, 08:46:58 am »
Hi Tommy, could you email me that document please?
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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #138 on: May 29, 2008, 09:24:02 am »
guys, i havent really been keeping up with whats all been said here, but i did see you talking about the voltage of the alternator. i'm not trying to change your minds but i have been testing this stuff left and right, i have found that the lower the volts the higher the amps is where you will get the most gas, if you have higher volts and less amps the output in watts is still the same, but you will see your production drop like a rock. just wanted to confirm this for you.

if your looking for resonance or something then thats a different story, when you start talking about that stuff its over my head so i will just step aside.

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #139 on: May 29, 2008, 19:40:08 pm »
Hydo
   thanks step #1 disbelief. OK , dude I love you and melissa you help make this fun. Stanley was very advanced yet his own brother and 15yrs can't make gas for the Imperialistic greed mongers with out his fancy Solid state alternator,Ha HA.
 really  we all look pretty stupid with these wires in water and teensy tiny little bubbles barley clouding the water! The next time Yall hooking up that battery charger your going in the WRONG direction.
  When most of us have worked over a few alternators as per plans       ..    Oh yea they were fuct over to confuse us
 build one and prove it doesn't work I dare you (we all maybe successful)
I took apart a sears router 3/4hp used the contact, in my solid state alternator it (has built in on and off switch in a solid state)
rotary pulse-voltage alternator
I used 2 on/off,  but easily could be 4 0n/0ff,0n/0ff in each rotation of said alternator
both  of the ones i ve tested produce
This is open source, try it, test it
it will feel good not to have a plexi- headake
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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #140 on: May 29, 2008, 23:29:30 pm »
Hi KK,

I tried to follow you, but i didnt understand it.
Can you try to explain it all again, but differently?

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #141 on: May 30, 2008, 02:32:47 am »
Its Movie night . . . Got a minute?
There are three known leaks sorry one pissed on my foot after 10 lbs!
the contact is also broken a bit too much sorry
#3 may be biG
Enjoy
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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #142 on: May 30, 2008, 02:46:55 am »
Its Movie night . . . Got a minute?
There are three known leaks sorry one pissed on my foot after 10 lbs!
the contact is also broken a bit too much sorry
#3 may be biG
Enjoy
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Nice work KK. I like your variac in your first film.

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #143 on: May 30, 2008, 07:11:19 am »
Looks great kk. According to my math your ratio on the pulleys is 1.3:1 which should give you 4485 rpm's roughly. What is your input/output voltages on the alternator? They should be different hopefully if it is working like I think.

Can't wait to see #3 man!

HM...it's on the way