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    I talked to Peter tonight about doing a live Q & A call for everyone that has any of the three books. We might do this Monday night - I'll post an update and will mail something.
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    Thanks Aaron!!
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    oh and that is a good looking rotor my friend!! nice work! here is as website on diy windmill genny it may provide some answers, especially concerning delta and wye arrangement for multiple coils.
    http://www.thediyworld.com/Windmill-...-And-Facts.php

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    Tnx tom I just read the link. the rotor was made by a friend in a lathe, too bad the magnets slots are not as perfect as I wish they where.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Murakami View Post
    Alvaro,

    If you want to do a test with the coils as is, wire 3 of the gen coils in series see what voltage you get. You might as well test that out since they're already wound. If promising, series the other 3 coils and then parallel the output of each 3 coil series set to your cap or whatever.
    Tnx Aaron, I will try that before I rewind the coils.

    Although if multi wire series coil (like the demo coil in the book) is superior to single wire coil, I will have to change it.

    I am looking forward to that Q & A session.

    Aaron, by the way... once I read in your other forum that you where telling somebody that to pass energy cap to cap it would be better to do it cap-inductor-cap, do you know how much energy would be transfered ? how much %.

    I ask this because I am thinking in storing the energy from my 6 gen coils in a cap, but insetead of dump that cap to a batt right away, I would dump the cap into another coil (with the pressice timing to help rotation of the wheel) with a full bridge rectifier to another cap and then yes, dump to a battery,... or perhaps that process could be done lots of times, charge a cap - discharge through a power coil - capture the spike charge a cap - and repeat etc.

    what you think about it?.

    best

    Alvaro

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlvaroHN View Post
    Tnx Aaron, I will try that before I rewind the coils.

    Although if multi wire series coil (like the demo coil in the book) is superior to single wire coil, I will have to change it.

    I am looking forward to that Q & A session.

    Aaron, by the way... once I read in your other forum that you where telling somebody that to pass energy cap to cap it would be better to do it cap-inductor-cap, do you know how much energy would be transfered ? how much %.

    I ask this because I am thinking in storing the energy from my 6 gen coils in a cap, but insetead of dump that cap to a batt right away, I would dump the cap into another coil (with the pressice timing to help rotation of the wheel) with a full bridge rectifier to another cap and then yes, dump to a battery,... or perhaps that process could be done lots of times, charge a cap - discharge through a power coil - capture the spike charge a cap - and repeat etc.

    what you think about it?.

    best

    Alvaro
    If you do make 2 sets of 3 coils in series, when putting the output in parallel, probably have to go through diodes so they don't discharge into each other.

    If your generator coils are charging a cap that you want to dump to a battery, I would dump it from that cap without further discharging into inductors, etc... you will have the least amount of loss that way.
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    We're looking at doing a live Q & A conference call Monday the 10th at 6pm Pacific time zone.

    The phone number and conference room code will be sent out to the member's list for any of the individual books or packages relating to the Bedini SG Trilogy.
    Aaron Murakami





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    right on! looking forward to the call!

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    Hello Aaron, it will be just by phone? or online also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlvaroHN View Post
    Hello Aaron, it will be just by phone? or online also?
    Just by phone. I will record it and will make it available if anyone misses it.
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    Thank you Aaron I appreciate it, because I am not going to be able to do it by phone.

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