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OS:Quantum Energy Generator (QEG)


OS:Quantum Energy Generator (QEG)


OS:Quantum Energy Generator (QEG)

OS:Quantum Energy Generator (QEG)

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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the OS:Quantum Energy Generator (QEG)

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Construction Questions

Q: Could you wind a core by hand?

A: you cannot wind by hand we tried impossible. The wire must be continuous, so you have to squeeze the spool through the hole in the stator over 10,000 times and it has to be perfect. Only a machine will do this.

Operation Questions

Q: Is the QEG noisy?

A: Yes, the generator is noisy. We've managed to tone it down a bit with the shrouds but we'll have to come up with noise insulation in the packaging to make it better.

Q: Does the QEG run hot or cold when operating?

A: The QEG does not run hot. You can touch the motor and the bearings after you shut it down.

Tuning Questions

Q: What about the

A. There will be an updated section on the exciter coil/spark gap very soon. We were so rushed to get the manual out there and so had to omit this.

Briefly, the exciter coil uses one of the high earth resonant frequencies (1.3 MHz). It's used after the generator is built, to maximize the output.

Q: How do you modify the frequency?

A: Briefly, there are 2 main components in setting the frequency: the electrical resonance and the mechanical resonance. This is actually a variable frequency generator so changing capacitor value changes electrical resonant frequency and rpm where resonance is reached.

Q. Can this output 60 Hz (or 50 Hz) directly?

A: No. I tried. The RPM is too low. It has to run faster. We are rectifying the output (AC to DC) and using that to drive an inverter. The inverter takes care of the frequency conversion and interface to the grid (if you're connecting to the grid).

Q: How do you get from 400 Hz to 50/60 Hz to utilize the energy?

A: It's now a system, we need an inverter, so that we can adjust 400 Hz to 50 - 60 Hz and any kinds of volts you want. It's no longer a generator only. The QEG itself makes outputs with 400 Hz working frequency, AC, ~200 volts, 2.1 amps (420 Watts). That's what we have in Taiwan today (April 4). Just beginning output testing. Then, we need a bridge rectifier to convert AC to DC so that an inverter can accept the energy.

Q. Can a governor be added to the DC drive motor to reach the magic rpm?

A. Yes, we envision that, before long we'll have a totally automated start-up system to reach the resonance rpm.

Materials Sourcing

Q: Is anyone working on an array of capacitors and wiring that are more easy to get that will work?

A: Yes

Q. Does this require a specific type of capacitor?

A: It's not critical that these be the exact capacitors that are in the manual. With a little mixing and matching (series/parallel combinations) you can come up with the right value, and still have reasonable availability and cost. For example, if you need a 2.5uF /2000 volt cap, you can parallel two 1.25uF caps which have better availability (and cost). Cap values add in parallel, but voltage rating stays the same. Keep the 2000 volt rating, so your series string will be able to handle up to ~24,000 volts. A 1.0uF cap at 2000 volts is reasonably available. 1.5uf (at 2000 volts) is probably twice as hard to find. So 2.0, and 2.5uF are much harder yet to find (and cost goes up rapidly).

If you use a 1600v cap then you would need to use more in series to meet the 25,000v rating. There are online calculators to determine final value of multiple caps in series. Just remember voltages add in series but not uF value. Two caps in series have less uF than either alone.

So mix and match for getting it going without having to wait for lead times.

We (or someone in the group) could do a graph showing cap value vs. frequency. There are online calculators to determine resonant frequency of a tank circuit.

Q: Regarding the steel for EU builders

A: M350-65A with C5 coating is appropriate

Q: How much wire is needed per area of winding?

A: See the manual.

Open Source General Questions

Q: What are the top two or three hurdles to overcome?

A: We found that winding, good capacitors and good wires are the three most tough tasks, because good winding machines are expensive at the beginning. And we bought our capacitors from USA and mainland China. A couple of people have posted DIY winders but they are unacceptable because there's much more wire on the spool than these winders can handle. English to metric conversions is also a big hurdle.

Q: What is cost of a unit? What are the total costs of building the QEG?

A: The cost of a unit will depend on many factors. A fully-processed core costs around $3,000 and the rest of the parts will vary. At first, we think it will cost around $5,000 - $7,000 USD. But this is still very new, and because it's been open sourced, it is in the hands of humanity. People are getting very creative and finding cheaper parts and innovative ways to source them so that shipping is not that expensive.

Q. When do you expect these to be available for sale?

A. We estimate that in about 6 months, because of the demand for QEG's, many manufacturers will lower prices on the standard parts.

Questions about the Science

Q: Why is

A: We put this in there because it is a non-conventional energy concept that we're talking about, and you need to start thinking outside the box or you'll get stuck. Because the energy is coming from the quantum field, and not from heat or an explosion, as is the conventional way, it is important you understand quantum physics/mechanics.

Maybe you do not need to know so much about it but it made sense to us to put it in there. There are no physics papers on this as far as we know. This knowledge has been suppressed for over 100 years.

Q: Is the resonance frequency reached to get full output power the same in every location?

A: Yes, [as far as we know,] the resonant frequency for full power output is the same in any location


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