|Mar8-12, 06:17 PM||#35|
Alternator Inductor Coil Output Equation (?)
i dont see connection between its shape and "eficiency". Sine wave is aesthetic though.
best 'efficiency' will be achieved by maximixing the fraction of field flux from your magnets that links (goes through) your windings.
That's why your iron cores in middle of your coils were a good feature IMO.
You do understand that the magnetic path for each magnet is from N to S pole , and you want as much of that path as possible to be through the coil.
Iron core can encourage the majority of flux to take that route. An iron return path will help too.
EDIT :: and yes, a synchronous machine can motor or generate.
|Mar9-12, 03:30 AM||#36|
I have a habit of relating magnetic field lines to acoustic standing waves
and since inverse acoustic waves (and inverse electronic audio signals) cancel each other out,
I thought the same should be true of inverse magnetic fields.
I was expecting that the Group B iron inductor cores which are 90° out of phase
with Group A on the opposite side of the flywheel would privide a return path for the flux
in the magnets. Would that not be the case?
I think to be safe I will first mill 2 test flywheels in wood, 1 with wide spacing
and 1 with tight spacing to check what kind of power output readings I get with my Ammeter.
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