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Posted by Jim Rojas on November 22, 2010, 7:31 pm
 
I am working on a new stator coil design that basically utilizes more of
the magnetic flux for more power.

The core consists of 2 U shaped coils on a single iron core shaft. Coil
1 faces N mag, coil 2 faces S mag. This is like the secretive Sundance's
motor design, but in much smaller scale.

If the math works right, this should yield 2-3 times more power. The
downside is it can only be fully utilized with a cogged magnetic core.
This is not a problem if you are using higher RPM like my setup. This is
not recommended for wind systems.

12 magnets, 6 dual core stators in Wye or Delta...the choice is yours.
If you need alot more power, you can add a 2nd set of stator coils on
the opposite side or stack them. Or you can just use bigger & thicker
mags & coils on a larger stator base. On any of these coil setups, try
to use anything larger than 22-18 gauge mag wire.

By adding this in combination to a pulse width motor or a trigger coil,
it will generate alot more power than any Bedeni circuit possibly can.


Jim Rojas

Posted by Jim Rojas on November 22, 2010, 10:31 pm
 
Jim Rojas wrote:
 > The core consists of 2 U shaped coils on a single iron core shaft.

Corrections:

The core consists of 2 coils on a single U shaped iron core shaft.
Try NOT to use anything larger than 22-18 gauge mag wire.

Jim Rojas

Posted by Josepi on November 23, 2010, 2:04 am
 Bedini circuits do not generate any power.


I am working on a new stator coil design that basically utilizes more of
the magnetic flux for more power.

The core consists of 2 U shaped coils on a single iron core shaft. Coil
1 faces N mag, coil 2 faces S mag. This is like the secretive Sundance's
motor design, but in much smaller scale.

If the math works right, this should yield 2-3 times more power. The
downside is it can only be fully utilized with a cogged magnetic core.
This is not a problem if you are using higher RPM like my setup. This is
not recommended for wind systems.

12 magnets, 6 dual core stators in Wye or Delta...the choice is yours.
If you need alot more power, you can add a 2nd set of stator coils on
the opposite side or stack them. Or you can just use bigger & thicker
mags & coils on a larger stator base. On any of these coil setups, try
to use anything larger than 22-18 gauge mag wire.

By adding this in combination to a pulse width motor or a trigger coil,
it will generate alot more power than any Bedeni circuit possibly can.


Jim Rojas



Posted by Jim Rojas on November 23, 2010, 2:12 am
 Josepi wrote:

I was referring to the trigger coils he uses to spin the magnets. This
can be refined to provide much higher RPM's. By adding 4+ trigger coils,
and a little more flywheel weight, you can get 3000-6000+ RPMs without
that much trouble.

An easier way to do it is to use an AC drive controller and a standard
car alternator, an RC hobby motor, or a 1/2 HP 3Phase electric motor.

Jim Rojas

Posted by amdx on November 24, 2010, 10:12 pm
 

  I hate to bust your bubble but as far as I know motors and generators are
already
over 80% efficient, I've seen 94% for some motors. I don't see that there is
room
for a 2-3 times improvement.
                            Sorry, MikeK



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