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  1. #71
    Solavei
    With 2 magnets proven to work I decided to add 2 more.
    This has changed the magnetic field remarkably and give the energiser more torque.
    Running no problems at 2000Rpms/133Hz.
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    Very exciting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deuis View Post
    With 2 magnets proven to work I decided to add 2 more.
    This has changed the magnetic field remarkably and give the energiser more torque.
    Running no problems at 2000Rpms/133Hz.
    IMG_20170428_154956508.jpg
    Hi Deius,
    I wonder how this set up is different from a standard DC Motor..??
    other than the difference that you have a moving Magnet and stationary Coils!!
    This is more relavent to the JB 1984 Machine than his 2000 SSG.. you can implement the SSG with it to make it a hybrid System of electrical recovery and the Boost Torque at the same time!! some thing like his ferris wheel model.
    nice and laborious efforts though
    appriciate your approach.
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    '' A Theory cannot precede a series of Experiments..unless one experiment
    debunks many theories''

  4. #74
    Quote Originally Posted by Deuis View Post
    With 2 magnets proven to work I decided to add 2 more.
    This has changed the magnetic field remarkably and give the energiser more torque.
    Running no problems at 2000Rpms/133Hz.
    IMG_20170428_154956508.jpg
    R U rectifying spiky yet?

  5. #75
    Not yet mate.

    I ordered some new commutators, just waiting on them to get here.
    Im also working on a new design for the brush holders, currently using vacuum motor brushes that are a bit narrow and dont use all the width of the commutator.

    I wanted to get it running true and all adjustements done before I started hooking it up to batteries and harvesting spikes.
    Its taken some time and effort to get it to this point but no point rushing it now.

    Quote Originally Posted by min2oly View Post
    R U rectifying spiky yet?

  6. #76
    Well spotted it is a standard text book DC Motor.

    This DC motor however does not have all the required designs to minimise sparking.
    This DC motor allows adjustments on the commutator ring to harvest spikes.
    The motor design isnt that important, collapsing coils in unison and timing the spike that results is.
    Tell me what you think is the differance between the 1984 model and the SSG?

    Quote Originally Posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Hi Deius,
    I wonder how this set up is different from a standard DC Motor..??
    other than the difference that you have a moving Magnet and stationary Coils!!
    This is more relavent to the JB 1984 Machine than his 2000 SSG.. you can implement the SSG with it to make it a hybrid System of electrical recovery and the Boost Torque at the same time!! some thing like his ferris wheel model.
    nice and laborious efforts though
    appriciate your approach.
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deuis View Post
    Well spotted it is a standard text book DC Motor.

    This DC motor however does not have all the required designs to minimise sparking.
    This DC motor allows adjustments on the commutator ring to harvest spikes.
    The motor design isnt that important, collapsing coils in unison and timing the spike that results is.
    Tell me what you think is the differance between the 1984 model and the SSG?
    Hi Deuis,
    All i can say is that the 1984 machine is not a ''true Energiser'' it is an extension of the Motor circuit(expanded form) in its recovery aspect and hence a single Battery (self recovery) can aslo say the Positive terminal is operating the Motor in ''POWER-MODE'''and the Negative Terminal is operating it in the Énergy (CHARGE-MODE) for the Battery. however you can introduce another Battery (the advance SG book describes this iteration)...I call this as SPACE-SWITICHING.(it is a form of Capacitor switching)
    Now, comming to the SG, JB worked on improvising the Energiser aspect of the Machine to have Batteries Charged but taking the advantage of Speed and not Torque in the new design. the Transistorised Triggering design of the SG is a Magneto-electric design which means that a Sinosidal wave is Magnetically(Electromagnetic Induction) made to trigger the device. I call it TIME- EVOKED SWITCHING (opposite to the above mode). The spikes in each mode are of different geometries.. and the batteries accordigly behave in each case.
    However, i too am exploring of integrating both the modes simultaneously in a machine and i think this may be exactly what is done in the Ferris wheel !!
    hope this satisfy's your question..
    Rgds,
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    debunks many theories''

  8. #78
    Ok,

    I finally got the switching right.
    Check out the pulsing inductive collapse through the brush on the right.
    I found a wider narrower brush to match the segments on the commutator which is working beautifully.
    From the left the 1st is the switch. 2nd is power for coils. 3rd is spike collector. 4th isnt used.
    https://youtu.be/cSEjElhlin0
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    Last edited by Deuis; 06-02-2017 at 02:52 AM.
    Fark it just get it done.

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    Awesome Mr Deuis!

  10. #80
    Solavei
    I hooked up the "back spikey" today and just rigged up a basic diode cap setup.
    Good news was without any real tuning or decent connections i was able to charge the capacitor to a higher voltage than the primary supply.
    The machine would charge at varying rates and was all over the place most of the time.
    At times it would take off like a jet and other times lag and lose all torque, the same applied for charge rates and voltages.
    Interesting conundrum.
    Last edited by Deuis; 06-04-2017 at 03:39 AM.

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