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'Monsieur Bonheur 's Replication of John Bedini's Flux Gate G-Field Energizer, Second Attempt.'

Monsieur Bonheur 's replication employs four coils.

Monsieur Bonheur Replication Restarted experimenting on this April 26th, 2006

Primary information regarding the build:

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FLYWHEELS

Aluminium disk, 4 holes to accept magnets.diameter = 4 inches

thickeness = 3/8 inch weight = 276g

MAGNETS

Common ceramic magnets

diameter: 1 inch

thickness: 1/4 inch

stack of three magnets per pole(may change)

TIMING WHEEL

Aluminium disk with plastic disk with 4 notches

Diameter = 2 inches

weight= 44g

ROTOR SHAFT

Aluminium rod

lenght = 7 inches

weight= 40g

COILS
Core Data

#Plastic spools from RadioShack's magnetic wire set.

#lenght = 1 3/4 inches

#cores diameter = 3/4 inch

Multifilar Coils

#Coils resistance(average) = 7.5ohms

#6 strands wound.

#Impedance = Not yet measured

#Cores material = Concatenated soldering wire pieces

MAIN FRAME (Support)

100% aluminium plates

Dry bearings (no oil,less friction)

First test run, one disk with all faces North, one disk with all faces South

Second test run, same magnetic layout, plus iron caps on extremeties

Third test run, Faces with alternating North-South-North-South in complementing

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Notes regarding the configuration of the dynamo

# The disks holding the magnets are set to the ideal spacing allowing a maximum Vac output for the lowest input cost (best compromise for highest RPM, lowest power consuming, best Vac output!)

# The disks are covered with steel caps to concentrate magnetism inside the dynamo and preventing the magnetic field from the dynamo from being influenced by outside's fields.

mechanical switching circuit

# I connected a diode bridge on the G-Field output.

# 3 X Giant capacitors (Capacitor Bank), 2200uF-200Volts, always connected to Diode Bridge

# 2 Relays from developper board, switching in alternance the MOTOR ON/OFF

# 2 Relays from developper board, switching in alternance 1 X Giant Capaticor, 2200uF-200Volts, from the Capacitor Bank to Charging Battery.

Comments:

I'm running the Motor to it's ideal speed, which gives me an ouput of about 15.5Vac @ 116Hz perfect sine wave. The capacitors can charge to a maximum of about 20Vdc within a second or two. This is a fast charge, considering they are BIG CAPACITANCES! The motor is drawing an average of 5.5Watts from a 12V battery charger.

I used a developper board equipped with 4 Relays. One big capacitor is switched for a short time from the Capacitor BANK to the Charging Battery terminals - ON BOTH CONNECTORS! - and + ! From start, the battery gets slowly to charging state. Once the charging inertia is going on the pulses maintain the battery in charging state, constantly pulse-discharging with capacitive discharges. Using the developper board to control the variable delay discharges, I can hear the acceleration/deceleration modulation of the machine. I try to get the machine to run on constant RPM, smoothly, by tuning the "capacitor charge"/"battery discharges" and "switching Motor ON/OFF" in cycles. When getting to the right value, the motor keeps a constant RPM ands spend less energy for it's operation.

=CONTACT ME!= I like to hear comments, questions are also welcome! write to dude_buggy , in the wonderful world of Hotmail!

See also

Directory:Bedini SG:Replications:Monsieur Bonheur-SG (the above is an advanced version of the Bedini concept)

Directory:Bedini SG:Replications:Monsieur Bonheur

Directory:Bedini SG:Replications:Monsieur Bonheur-BediniBasedGenerator (July2005)

Directory:Leedskalnin Magnetic Currents:Monsieur Bonheur

Directory:Bedini SG:Replications:Monsieur Bonheur FluxGate (April 2006)

Directory:Bedini SG:Replications

Directory:Bedini SG:Data

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