Recycling Generator 240/120/12 Volt

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beenthere

Joined Apr 20, 2004
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50 KW? Untested? What for? What might a "recycling generator" be?

This is obviously a dream, as it appears to be powered from 2 car batteries (800 cold cranking amps, indeed!).
 

Wendy

Joined Mar 24, 2008
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I think it is meant to generate AC electrical power from car batteries. Why not use an inverter? Every alternator, every generator is a point of loss.
 

VoodooMojo

Joined Nov 28, 2009
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all the chains alone will be enough energy loss to render it inefficient.
if the dots on the schematic are connections, there is a gaggle of short circuits here.
 

t06afre

Joined May 11, 2009
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Then I was a kid. I designed such machines;) And to be correct, the principle was used to generate 220V from 12 volt, before the inverter.
 

retched

Joined Dec 5, 2009
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The sheer cost would be never be justified. The parts would wear-out and need to be replaced many times over before a break-even cost was reached. (Which would be never, by the way)
 

t06afre

Joined May 11, 2009
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It reminds me of my genius idea to recharge my batteries on my RC car on the run. By having a small wind generator on the top of RC car. I made a drawing, but it could not find the parts I needed. So the whole idea was dumped:p
 

Paulo540

Joined Nov 23, 2009
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It reminds me of my genius idea to recharge my batteries on my RC car on the run. By having a small wind generator on the top of RC car. I made a drawing, but it could not find the parts I needed. So the whole idea was dumped:p
"I could not find the parts I needed"

lol.

yet again, the inherent lack of a flux capacitor foils an otherwise functional idea.

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t06afre

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"I could not find the parts I needed"
lol.
yet again, the inherent lack of a flux capacitor foils an otherwise functional idea.
To my deffence, I have to say I was 13 or 14 years old. So I did not know any better. But I had just learned that if I cranked a DC motor. I could light up a light bulb:rolleyes:
 
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