Re: 1/4" steel plate?
- View SourceI know this thread is kind of old but...... what distance would the " sets " need to be on a multi coil generator ? in short rotor plate coil plate rotor plate SPACE rp cp rp SPACE .... and yes I have looked for 2 days before asking this question. Now you can tell me I haven't looked in the right place or hard enough Thanks for all the great info here.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Steve Spence <sspence@...> wrote:
> The proper setup for good power generation is magnet plate - coil pack -
> magnet plate. If you have enough speed and torque. you can add multiple
> sets of the above on the same shaft.
> You still need about 650 rpm's for full output, unless you change the
> diameter of the alternator.
> Steve Spence
> Renewable energy and self sufficiency
> swizzlenutz wrote:
> > Can I ask what you mean by stacking the coils. I have 2 different setups
> > in my mind. An air coil on the top and an air coil on the bottom. The
> > other way would be magnetic disc, copper coils, magnetic disc, copper
> > coils, ect...Other then adding weight would stacked coils in this manner
> > work or would 2 magnetic plates close to each other then cancel out some
> > of the efficiency? I'd like to see what would happen if you had about
> > ten of these all stacked one on top of the other with the blades
> > attached directly to the magnetic plates. You'd probably need some
> > really light and highly efficent blades to spin that kind of weight
> > though. If you had 2 stacked like that then would you need only half of
> > the RPM's or would both still need to go 650RPM's to be of any use? Jason