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Fuelless Generator 1000
[Google translate] Began production of fuel-free generator 1000 watts. Changed stabilizer and invector. Added transformer and capacitors. (YouTube December 7, 2013)
-- SilverThunder 21:41, 21 December 2013 (UTC)
Also posted at Directory:Emmett L. Butler's QMoGen
: From: Butlergrt
: To: sterlingda
: Sent: Friday, December 20, 2013 8:03 PM
: Subject: 1930/1960 QMoGen and 1882 patents,it's variants have been around a long time
: Good Evening,
: I believe many of you will find this most interesting, if you read it in it's entirety and think about it... Oh the surprises in life! A patent in 1882 and the U.S. Navy.
: The Directory:Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over and it's variants has been around since 1882, less self-looping and then maybe.... To understand my system, you must understand my concept and definition of overunity! A perfect system is (input a = output a) or stated differently (input watts a = output watts a), overunity would be (input watts a = output watts a+1......) Or anything that has a gain over input watts to output watts is overunity to me. Now, the motor powering the generator doesn't, unlike humans, know or care, where the power is coming from, photo-voltaics, the wind generator, a micro hydro-turbine, battery, gasoline or the mains from your public utility -- or the generator that is putting out more watts than the supply motor needs. Do you get what I am trying to get you to understand??!
: The QMoGen, as it is called on this site, minus it's current self-loop, it's evolution actually goes back to 1882. In 1928 the concept and theory of a motor to generator with a small input to larger output was discussed in a scientific paper and was called the Metadyne. Altho it was actually patented in 1882 by A.I. Graivier in Paris, later in 1907 by Rosenburg and others in Great Britain and elsewhere, (probably copies but no international patent recognition at that time), my supposition. A variant to this was introduced in 1891 by Harry Ward Leonard, known as the Ward Leonard Controller and used heavily by the U.S. Navy in WWII.
: Of these, closest to the QMoGen is the Amplidyne developed in WWII by Mr. Alexanderson in 1943, and also used by the U.S. Navy where it had a 1 watt input and had a 10,000 watt + output and was used, in conjunction, with variants a transformer along with an ac motor and dc generator (REMEMBER: a transformer is really nothing more than a non-moving induction generator) My insert, Emmett nbhmvn
: Now when you read the below data, you can see that the 1930/40 and 1960's device is more than possible. I would surmise that these two fellows had either Navy connections or were involved in the original research. Further, on all the systems where you have read, as I, that the motor/generators were modified, on the QMoGen with out stating what they modified, you can almost bet your bottom dollar that they were modified to become Amplidyne's!! The modification is the shorted first set of brushes and the addition of the 2nd set of brushes perpendicular to the first set. Read the Navys manual below! Now go back to the top and read my definition of overunity and you will understand much and if you think the U.S. Navy didn't soon think of self-looping now after 70 + years??!!!, Well................................Come On, gimme a break!
: To see this, read: Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series (NEETS) [https://www.google.com/#q=Navy+Electricity+and+Electronics+Training+Series+%28NEETS%29+Module+5%E2%80%94Introduction+to+Generators+and+Motors&safe=active
: Module 5—Introduction to Generators and Motors http://jacquesricher.com/NEETS/14177.pdf
: Chapter 1: Pages 1-21 through 1-30
:: Amplidynes are special-purpose dc generators. They supply large dc currents, precisely controlled, to the large dc motors used to drive heavy physical loads, such as gun turrets and missile launchers.
:: The amplidyne is really a motor and a generator. It consists of a constant-speed ac motor (the prime mover) mechanically coupled to a dc generator, which is wired to function as a high-gain amplifier (an amplifier is a device in which a small input voltage can control a large current source). For instance, in a normal dc generator, a small dc voltage applied to the field windings is able to control the output of the generator. In a typical generator, a change in voltage from 0-volt dc to 3-volts dc applied to the field winding may cause the generator output to vary from 0-volt dc to 300-volts dc. If the 3 volts applied to the field winding is considered an input, and the 300 volts taken from the brushes is an output, there is a gain of 100. Gain is expressed as the ratio of output to input:
Gain = output/input
:: In this case 300 V ÷ 3 V = 100. This means that the 3 volts output is 100 times larger than the input. The following paragraphs explain how gain is achieved in a typical dc generator and how the modifications making the generator an amplidyne increase the gain to as high as 10,000.
:: The schematic diagram in figure 1-22 shows a separately excited dc generator. Because of the 10- volt controlling voltage, 10 amperes of current will flow through the 1-ohm field winding. This draws 100 watts of input power (P = IE).
:: Figure 1-22.—Ordinary dc generator.
:: Assume that the characteristics of this generator enable it to produce approximately 87 amperes of armature current at 115 volts at the output terminals. This represents an output power of approximately 10,000 watts (P = IE). You can see that the power gain of this generator is 100. In effect, 100 watts controls 10,000 watts.
:: An amplidyne is a special type of dc generator. The following changes, for explanation purposes, will convert the typical dc generator above into an amplidyne.
:: The first step is to short the brushes together, as shown in figure 1-23. This removes nearly all of the resistance in the armature circuit.
:: Figure 1-23.—Brushes shorted in a dc generator.
:: Because of the very low resistance in the armature circuit, a much lower control-field flux produces full-load armature current (full-load current in the armature is still about 87 amperes). The smaller control field now requires a control voltage of only 1 volt and an input power of 1 watt (1 volt across 1 ohm causes 1 ampere of current, which produces 1 watt of input power).
:: The next step is to add another set of brushes. These now become the output brushes of the amplidyne. They are placed against the commutator in a position perpendicular to the original brushes, as shown in figure 1-24. The previously shorted brushes are now called the "quadrature" brushes. This is because they are in quadrature (perpendicular) to the output brushes. The output brushes are in line with the armature flux. Therefore, they pick off the voltage induced in the armature windings at this point. The voltage at the output will be the same as in the original generator, 115 volts in our example.
:: Figure 1-24.—Amplidyne load brushes.
:: As you have seen, the original generator produced a 10,000-watt output with a 100-watt input. The amplidyne produces the same 10,000-watt output with only a 1-watt input. This represents a gain of 10,000. The gain of the original generator has been greatly increased.
: [/END OF NEETS CITATION]
: Have a most awesome evening,
-- SilverThunder 18:14, 21 December 2013 (UTC)
7:40 minute video you must see, if you're not already familiar with these facts. Yet another impeachable offense by the Commander In Chief.
(YouTube / Western Journalism Nov 25, 2013)
-- SilverThunder 00:50, 21 December 2013 (UTC)
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