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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Turion View Post

    Actually 900 MORE feet of wire is 30% more than the 3,000 feet I have now. I am going to use bobbins that are longer so that the back end of the coil is FLUSH with the plastic when the coil slides into the coil holder. I won't need those spacers I show in the video. These bobbins will be approximately 1" longer than current bobbins. Hopefully 30% more wire will give me a solid increase in voltage.

    My original TEST coils were, I believe, three strands of #23, 1200 feet in length and the coil output at 2800 rpm was 130+ volts. I wanted to drop that down to around 110-120 volts and cutting 200 feet off the wire dropped the voltage down to what I wanted. But that was with iron cores, not permalloy. So adding 300 feet to permalloy coils may not give me anywhere near what I need. I'm going to live with whatever I get and go ahead and put the machine all together. I just want to be DONE with this project.
    I saw your video where speed up came at 1400 rpm, do you think going back to a 12 strand might find a better amp output? you know 3 strands of 600ft X 2 in parallel? Or something like that. It would be nice to double the amps since you might only need half the wire at 2800rpm. But that is your department. Any combinations in mind?

    Last edited by BroMikey; 02-04-2022, 06:18 PM.

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  • Turion
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    I'm going to stick with the permalloy cores. They don't heat up during long runs, and I need that, even if they don't put out as much power. You can always get additional power simply by adding more coils or another rotor and more coils. If that's what has to happen, then that's what we will do.

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  • BroMikey
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    What kind or cores do you have up your sleeve this time??600ma per strand or from 3 parallel strands? So that would be 200ma per strand

    https://www.robotdigg.com/product/15...15,-17-or-20mm

    Cool video

    Last edited by BroMikey; 02-03-2022, 05:34 AM.

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  • Turion
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post
    900 ft more of wire onto 3000ft already of the spool = 25% more. I won't fit I don't think by watching this video showing coil/bobbin and coil. You may need a longer bobbin. Looking at the video you only have 1/8" of spool left
    It was a good thought tho..




    Actually 900 MORE feet of wire is 30% more than the 3,000 feet I have now. I am going to use bobbins that are longer so that the back end of the coil is FLUSH with the plastic when the coil slides into the coil holder. I won't need those spacers I show in the video. These bobbins will be approximately 1" longer than current bobbins. Hopefully 30% more wire will give me a solid increase in voltage.

    My original TEST coils were, I believe, three strands of #23, 1200 feet in length and the coil output at 2800 rpm was 130+ volts. I wanted to drop that down to around 110-120 volts and cutting 200 feet off the wire dropped the voltage down to what I wanted. But that was with iron cores, not permalloy. So adding 300 feet to permalloy coils may not give me anywhere near what I need. I'm going to live with whatever I get and go ahead and put the machine all together. I just want to be DONE with this project.

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  • BroMikey
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    Adjustable bearings for generator shafts needing high tolerance values such as the brake rotor of a car. In fact the wind turbine builders are using car rotors and tapered bearings to insure air gaps are stable while being very tiny

    A twin tapered bearing for a rotor shaft makes the side to side adjustment possible


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  • BroMikey
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    900 ft more of wire onto 3000ft already of the spool = 25% more. I won't fit I don't think by watching this video showing coil/bobbin and coil. You may need a longer bobbin. Looking at the video you only have 1/8" of spool left
    It was a good thought tho..





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  • BroMikey
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    Shine: A Wind Turbine That Fits In Your Backpack

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  • BroMikey
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    https://www.roadandtrack.com/news/a3...218vQWhx0Bfviw

    330hp EV motor

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  • BroMikey
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    https://www.facebook.com/groups/6625...5457947224388/
    • An Electron - which creates an Electric Field is caused to move inside the wire when an Electromotive Force (Voltage) is applied to the wire.
    • The moving Electron (electric Current) then creates an Electromagnetic Field around itself which is then externalized around the current bearing wire.


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  • BroMikey
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    Mit proves that energy can be created - and work can be performed by that energy



    Originally posted by bromikey View Post



    this guy gave this his all. No stops, now just released

    the new normal for humanity and physics in 2022 and beyond...

    ]
    In the MIT parallel wire experiment we can see how Work (W) is being performed on two current bearing wires by created energy (J) when they are moved a certain distance (d) by created at the Sub-Atomic Quantum Electron level. Work = Force x Distance Units - Joules
    The Joule is a derived unit of Energy in the International System of Units. It is equal to the Energy transferred to an object when a Force of one Newton acts on that object in the direction of the Force's motion through a distance of one metre. In order to perform one Joule of Work moving the current bearing wires an equivalent one Joule of Energy must be expended.

    The Energy required in order to move the current bearing wires is being created Sub-Atomic Quantum Electron Energy. Energy (J) is defined as the capacity to do Work (J). The formula for Potential Energy depends on the Force acting on the two objects or wires in this case.

    In the MIT parallel wire experiment the Source of the Potential Energy and the Force acting on each of the two wires is equal to the strength of the Electromagnetic Field Energy created around each current bearing wire and the distance between the wires (r).

    The magnitude of Energy CREATED is equal to the magnitude of Work PERFORMED both (in Joules) as it takes 1 Joule of Energy to perform 1 Joule of Work. OK so WHAT IS THE SOURCE...? The ENERGY SOURCE is an Electron when it is caused to move as a result of a Potential Difference (or Voltage) when applied to the current bearing wire...

    So how is Energy Created around a Current bearing Wire and how is Work performed with this created Energy? Electromagnetic Field Energy is created and externalized around a current bearing wire when: 1) An Electron - which creates an Electric Field is caused to move inside the wire when an Electromotive Force (Voltage) is applied to the wire. 2)

    The moving Electron (electric Current) then creates an Electromagnetic Field around itself which is then externalized around the current bearing wire. 3) The created and externalized Sub-Atomic Quantum Electron Electromagnetic Field Energy around wire 1 performs Work on the wire when it interacts with with the created Electromagnetic Field Energy around wire 2 and vice versa.
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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post

    Cool Turion man. U think another 900ft will fit? okay then if it gives you 120v X 600ma X 12 coils = 850watts is that enough? COP 2? or was that 600ma per strand?
    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post
    ......................................
    This guy gave this his all. No stops, now just released

    THE NEW NORMAL FOR HUMANITY AND PHYSICS IN 2022 AND BEYOND...

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post

    Cool Turion man. U think another 900ft will fit? okay then if it gives you 120v X 600ma X 12 coils = 850watts is that enough? COP 2? or was that 600ma per strand?
    ......................................
    Last edited by BroMikey; 02-03-2022, 12:14 AM.

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post
    Coil to magnet gap tool, one dot of Car Bondo between two pieces of cellophane

    12 thou to get good power output on any coil

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  • BroMikey
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    https://thamalsworld.com/blog/2021/0...ion-generator/

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  • BroMikey
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    Coil to magnet gap tool, one dot of Car Bondo between two pieces of cellophane


    Last edited by BroMikey; 02-01-2022, 06:16 PM.

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