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Alternator, what you didn't know about it.
« on: November 13, 2014, 18:30:36 pm »
Not sure if you know this, Stans alternator came off of a vehicle like an ambulance.

Anyhow, And Alternator can be set up as a (SEIG) and the Rotor doesn't have to even be exited ;)

You can control the voltage going into one field of the SEIG to alter the amplitude modulation.

The rotor in Exited state like we do with the pwm is just a circuit in place where a capacitor should be ;)

There is a certain Speed where the Alternator will self exit just like the SEIG.

My point, The SEIG as known is not, and has not become known to the Alternator Design here of stans that we have been playing with. Researching the SEIG in 2 capacitor mode, and also 3 capacitor mode should indeed be Understood before hands are laid on the current alternator water fuel cell design.

Seigs operate at very high voltages ;)

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Re: Alternator, what you didn't know about it.
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2014, 11:45:07 am »
tell me more, hydro.
How high voltage?
Thought that meyer talked about 36volts...


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Re: Alternator, what you didn't know about it.
« Reply #2 on: December 04, 2014, 05:15:05 am »
You want get high voltage from the alternator, but you will from the 3 phase motor with a fixed rotor. There was a picture of this 3 phase motor on stans car, but nobody ever found it, or it just disappeared. These things also self excite and can be controlled, it is high voltage and smaller current but great output.

Remember when I was asking everyone to find the 3 phase induction motor on the buggy, it looked to weigh as much as i do if not more. These things can be wired several different ways in shops. To use high voltage or low. I have one sitting in my living room floor, it is only 10HP

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Re: Alternator, what you didn't know about it.
« Reply #3 on: December 07, 2014, 11:30:30 am »
You want get high voltage from the alternator, but you will from the 3 phase motor with a fixed rotor. There was a picture of this 3 phase motor on stans car, but nobody ever found it, or it just disappeared. These things also self excite and can be controlled, it is high voltage and smaller current but great output.

Remember when I was asking everyone to find the 3 phase induction motor on the buggy, it looked to weigh as much as i do if not more. These things can be wired several different ways in shops. To use high voltage or low. I have one sitting in my living room floor, it is only 10HP

Well, i am currently now trying to get the VIC and the resonance watercell going.
The alternator setup was more like brute force.
Or have you other ideas on that, Brian?

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Re: Alternator, what you didn't know about it.
« Reply #4 on: December 07, 2014, 20:34:25 pm »
Stevie, the known system has a great amount of resonating current flow at idel with no load. Talking about the iduction motor to generator here. There is a man on youtube that shown the current flow between the caps at idle. it was good, it was resonance, which is why it self excited.

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Re: Alternator, what you didn't know about it.
« Reply #5 on: December 07, 2014, 20:36:13 pm »
Stevie, you need to find you a 3 phase motor to play with. and make it generate electricity with a driver motor, I say for you to study how its working, then maybe you see what i do.

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Re: Alternator, what you didn't know about it.
« Reply #6 on: December 07, 2014, 20:38:28 pm »
you see like the alternator, it self excites at a certain high rpm, ONLY if capacitors are properly connected. it uses no outside power. it draws its field from the rotor just like the alternator did. there are several ways to do this.

We were close with the alternator, but we was lacking this knowledge. Look at these setups, then look at what we was doing. it will come to you.



I was in the process of putting permanent magnets inside the 10 HP 3 phase generator, then I realized there was no need to do that as it was a wast of money. A solution was to add a few capacitors.