Saturday, May 19, 2018

The Angus effect

Hi, here is one of my latest projects that I'm currently working on. I hope you find it interesting as I do. I still have more research to do with the PMH generator and a lot more to talk about.

The PMH generator is made almost entirely from LEGO parts. On the magnet rotor I use (12) n35 20mmx2mm neodymium magnets that is capable of lifting up around 5 pounds with one pole and up to 30 pounds using both poles and the Coils on the PMH are tuned to 60Hz .The prime mover is a DC motor with a 5 pole armature and is powered from a 9 volt aa battery box. I use a 1000uf 35v capacitor to store the charge along with different kinds of diode rectifier circuits to charge the capacitor.

In part 1 I started out by testing a center tap rectifier on the PMH generator which basically work about as good as the half wave single diode rectifier I used in the part 2. Later in the video I connect the lego speed computer to show the RPM of the magnet rotor while I put a load on. The Load I use here is a stepper motor which was able to turn with much more force then the DC motor but that was only for a very brief second. Now the RPM on the Magnet rotor with out the Stepper motor connected was around 2500 and when the Stepper motor was connected to the capacitor the RPM increased up to 2600 RPM.

Now one of the first things I wanted to do with my PMH generator is

Friday, May 11, 2018

Static Corona motor - Atmospheric energy driven

How atmospheric electricity works to generate electricity to power things, like a corona motor, an electrostatic motor. 
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See also: Atmospheric Electricity Powering a Corona Motor/Electrostatic Motor 
How to Make Corona Motor (v2) aka Electrostatic Motor/Atmospheric Motor 
Generate Electricity with Peltier Module - The Seebeck Effect 
More about powering using atmospheric electricity can be see on my webpage here: 

Source for explanation about atmospheric electricity: The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Richard Feynman, vol. 2, section 9 Caltech, Richard Feynman's old stomping ground, has been nice enough to put the lectures online for free! 

Here's a link to section 9 http://www.feynmanlectures.caltech.ed... 

3D modelling and animation done using Blender 2.71.

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