### Author Topic: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly  (Read 213344 times)

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« Reply #480 on: October 10, 2013, 01:52:54 am »
ok,i understand.Did you have time for the drawing?cheers

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« Reply #481 on: October 10, 2013, 02:57:13 am »
Hello just to clear things,

Creating energy is not the correct translation, actually you are transforming mechanical energy into electric energy. Using a rotating electromagnet.

Do you know what the current flow will be if you short your the generator?

Z=sqrt(Rˆ2+XLˆ2)

I=V/Z

did you know that?

This mean the greater the speed, the greater is the frequency thus the higher is the voltage but if you could short it again the current is still the same since the relation between induced emf and reactance remains constant. Or power is not related to the speed but only to the magnetic field and coils sizes. So if you want low current high voltage you need lower magnetic field and higher speed. This is AKA amp restricted generator device.

A transformer works differently, you input a voltage and the current rise and fall result in induced voltage. However the induced voltage won't change with frequency.

I constructed by indication of UFO member from energetic forum, couple of years ago a tesla DC motor or generator that never revert the magnetic field on the rotor. Although it seems pretty good idea is yet more interesting since it seems to not develop the back emf so lot of current flows unimpeded, it seems that there is no reactance part, or at least it can be very small.

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« Reply #482 on: October 10, 2013, 06:46:21 am »
great explained,Sebosfato.

that is the key of Stan's alternator version WFC.higher speed and higher inductance.make voltage to takeover and restrict amps flow.

but i did't clear about low magnatic field???this for???low inductance???

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« Reply #483 on: October 10, 2013, 11:42:17 am »
Thanks seb,i dont know formulas,but from what i read when you short the output it creates some balance and didnt burn up.i saw people welding with alternators.
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« Reply #484 on: October 10, 2013, 14:06:37 pm »
great explained,Sebosfato.

that is the key of Stan's alternator version WFC.higher speed and higher inductance.make voltage to takeover and restrict amps flow.

but i did't clear about low magnatic field???this for???low inductance???

The lower is the magnetic field the greater must be the speed to have greater voltage thus  frequency output (greater impedance) this mean also lower mechanic power drag thus lower power density output.

Your welcome adys, i'm just trying to pass to you some of my experience with generators that i had about the difficulty of working with permanent magnets and generate the desired output voltage current.

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« Reply #485 on: October 11, 2013, 02:02:08 am »
This is very straight forward.
Start finish, all 1 slot from each other.

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« Reply #486 on: October 11, 2013, 11:08:48 am »
Thanks komtek!You said 1slot away from each over but i dont see the jumped slot,you draw it all one after another.I  see 2 slots between start and finish.whats the winding direction of the first coil of one phase,and whats the layout direction of the coils?
check out this drawing and tell me if its ok