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Posted by Curbie on December 19, 2010, 4:19 am
 

More gibberish, geothermal plants like in Greenland has have
geothermal activity close to the surface which is rare in the US, but
you still didn't explain why your "rich fat corporations" haven't
built devices from the these internet links and gotten richer and
fatter???

Does any see a pattern of this guy changing the subject in an effort
not to answer a simple question???

Curbie

Posted by Jane_Galt on December 19, 2010, 4:23 am
 


I GUESS. LOL

--
- Jane Galt

"Remember that there is no such dichotomy as 'human rights' versus 'property
rights.' No human rights can exist without property rights. Since material
goods are produced by the mind and effort of individual men, and are needed
to sustain their lives, if the producer does not own the result of his
effort, he does not own his life. To deny property rights means to turn men
into property owned by the state. Whoever claims the 'right' to
'redistribute' the wealth produced by others is claiming the 'right' to treat
human beings as chattel." -- Ayn Rand


Posted by Josepi on December 19, 2010, 4:38 am
 "Where does your energy come from?"


Fat rich corporations currently use hydro electric, nuclear, and coal
for decades. Hydro electric destroys eco systems, nuclear creates steam
using deadly radiation, coal pollutes, and drives our CO2 levels through
the roof.

Geothermal plants like in Greenland could make all the current electric
plants obsolete, and much cheaper to run. But cheaper to run means they
would be forced to drop rates...that's counterproductive in a capitalist
system. We will just have to wait until gas prices hit $ a gallon like
it is now in many parts of Europe, in order to see any real changes in
this country.

Jim Rojas



Posted by Jane_Galt on December 19, 2010, 4:19 am
 

Well I asked, so explain whatcha got.

--
- Jane Galt

"Remember that there is no such dichotomy as 'human rights' versus 'property
rights.' No human rights can exist without property rights. Since material
goods are produced by the mind and effort of individual men, and are needed
to sustain their lives, if the producer does not own the result of his
effort, he does not own his life. To deny property rights means to turn men
into property owned by the state. Whoever claims the 'right' to
'redistribute' the wealth produced by others is claiming the 'right' to treat
human beings as chattel." -- Ayn Rand


Posted by Jim Rojas on December 19, 2010, 4:55 am
 Jane_Galt wrote:

RPM is a combination of technologies that have been around for a very
long time. This is all hands on stuff...no plug & play here.

a PWM (pulse width modulator) allows a DC motor, or a set of trigger
coils to spin at much higher frequency speeds than of 60Hz limitation
now has. A VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) can be used on 220-480 AC
motors to accomplish the same thing. So a DC motor rated at 24VDC
1800RPM 60Hz can spin at speeds upwards to 10,000RPM and 300+Hz. This
gives the motor more low end torque, while consuming the same or less
energy. The key here is torque.

So imagine the PWM motor directly attached to a 50-100 pound flywheel,
spinning at let's say 1000 RPM. You can then use a series of
magnetically driven pulleys to spin a series of AC and/or DC motors at
same RPM or higher by making different pulley sizes. The result is much
less drag, and the ability to compensate for load drag using a auto
servo circuit to keep RPM constant under heavier loads.

Watch this video to see the magdrive in action:




This video will explain in full detail how to build one:

http://www.youtube.com/profile?annotation_id=annotation_932309&user=MindFreer&feature=iv#p/u/0/TMxkkz2VTGA


This video shows you how to build a grid tie inverter with off the shelf
parts:

http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=PTranCypress#p/u/0/12E6bQ1OksU


Here is a video on what a Bedini circuit is:



I took several different ideas, and made it work for my RPM setup. What
I did on my setup was to use the Bedini approach to run & charge 2 banks
of batteries that only run my PWM.

My PWM is run with the Bedini style circuit. Battery Bank A (24v 18AH)
runs my PWM. The Bedini then charges Battery Bank B (24v 18AH). I then
use a DPDT relay, and an mechanical appliance timer to swap batteries.
Bank A drives the PWM, Bank B charges, then after an hour Bank B then
drives the PWM, and Bank A charges.

Jim Rojas

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