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Old 08-30-2019, 06:02 AM
Rakarskiy Rakarskiy is offline
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Good time! The generator, but still the magnetic core of the stator is closed, and then braking when the induction is suitable. Especially if you follow the calculation the greater the rate of interaction of the Magnet and the wire the less need to have incoming mechanical strength. By reducing the speed you increase the result of mechanical torque, for induction current. For example, if you follow the traditional formula of dependence of electrical power and mechanical, you can see that at low speeds, the traditional generator is harder to turn when inducting a current (and you have a traditional synchronous generator).

About your flywheel, I know how to upgrade it. Take three metal tubes with a diameter of 50 mm. Cut the thread from the outside. On both sides, make two screw caps plugs, so that between them there was a gap in the thickness of the flywheel. Pour the lead inside. Achieve a perfect identical weight of all goods. On the flywheel closer to the edge, with a pitch of 120 degrees cut the holes and secure the cargo. You will get concentrated weight distribution and not distributed weight, which will have a beneficial effect on the centrifugal seat.

In order to determine the minimum point of promotion of the flywheel, it is necessary to measure the flow rate of the motor at idle. Then connect to the flywheel and untwist to the point where the flow rate of the engine will approach or be equal to the flow rate of idling. If you have an engine that will not run at idle, so it will be loaded onto the flywheel of the promotion, this means that the flywheel will not be able to be useful to you, as it is a load for itself .

Last edited by Rakarskiy; 08-30-2019 at 06:04 AM.
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