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 Post subject: Efficient generator = impulse generator?
PostPosted: Wed Dec 24, 2008 3:11 am 
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Hello,

I see a lot of research done on improving motor. It surely have great benefit to people that use them. But I really like to know if there are any technology that can improve the generator to the same efficiency.

In isolated village, people usually use generator to generate electricity. Usually from waterfall, river or wind. Since it is used by many people, one family may have share of 100 Watt. For practicality the output is standar 220V AC electricity.

Is there a way to get more efficiency of the generator? What can be use to increase the efficiency? Would impulse generator can be made from modified generator and converted to normal electricity?

People in Kalimantan (Borneo) Indonesia sometime have to take turn for electricity day. three day without and three day have electricity. River will have water all the time in a year in Kalimantan. They should also need efficient generator more than efficient motor.

Or maybe there are other cheap way to harness energy from all around us? Maybe with the help of water flow, heat, wave or wind.


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 Post subject: Re: Efficient generator = impulse generator?
PostPosted: Thu Dec 25, 2008 2:57 am 
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I'm looking for that too.

I am a mechanical engineer living in the Philippines, i can show you how to improve mechanical efficiency but i don't know anything about ultra efficient generators but I'm sure it must be possible.

If you want some advice on the mechanical side just email me directly.


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Thank you.

I have a plan to make Indonesia version of free energy info. Since the info available in Indonesian language is only on popular one like HHO.

There are many invention / application here that use nature related material, or recycled material. But application with Zero Point Energy and alike is rare. I see some book mention that current water generator is wasting usable power but I can't find clue on how to make it efficient.

Can you give some example of improving mechanical efficiency of water generator? People here usually use ferris wheel like shape.

Maybe practical efficiency improvement came from geometrical improvement like Tesla water pump vs convetional pump, if the info on how to modify generator is not researched yet.


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Access to water allows more options ..

electrostatics can be created via running water.
Use of this energy would require no moving parts
to charge batteries.
I'm not saying it is easy and not saying it is safe.
DO NOT, repeat, DO NOT use electrostatics for HHO production!!!!

Maybe a ram pump could be used to bump up water pressure
to turn a water wheel. It works only on/off but it would charge
batteries and deliver water.


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