Electric Motor Generator





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Published on Aug 25, 2011

This video is only for vision and curiosity.
Test to see how long it takes a generator to run an electric motor.The current from the batteries goes to the motor that attached to the generator shaft refers the current to the engine and everything goes as long as it doesn't decay for electrical load and friction.

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R.V. Gad
OK Folks, here is the secret to making this type configuration work. #1 The motor and generator must be AC type, same voltage and same frequency rating, Not DC.  #2 The Generator must have 3X more output amps (or more) than the motor requires to run.  #3 The Motor MUST be a Capacitor Start/ Capacitor Run type AC motor.  #4  You only need flywheel for a starter, less as a counterbalance than a way for a small high speed starter to turn the generator fast enough to initiate the motor, and the battery could be charged by a trickle charger on a timer so it could be started and stopped as needed.  #5  To shut the system down all it needs is a switch that feeds power to the motor to break the connection.  That is the entire system, and any excess power not needed by the drive motor can go to the load you need to power, like the house batteries for when the wind and solar aren't able to catch up and you need power.  It doesn't take a large self-powered gen set to charge a large battery bank.
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lam bda
Every kid who fools around with electricity sooner or later gets the seemingly brilliant idea of attaching the rotor of a motor to the rotor of a generator, then connecting the leads, get the two rotors spinning, and then get the generator to power the motor forever.   I was about seven or eight years old when I came up the idea.  I didn't have the equipment to try the experiment, so I never performed it.  A few years later, I found out that the idea simply won't work, because of the significant loss of energy.  Energy is lost because of electrical resistance in the wires, and energy is lost simply because bearings cannot not be made completely frictionless.  And, negligible as it may seem, there is also air resistance inside both the motor and the generator.  The end result is that you can't do it.
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Elihu Stevens
For all of us who wanted to try this as a kid and revolutionize the world even though your dad said it wouldn't work...
what the heck was that ?
John Husband
He is trying to prove the orthodox model of a motor/generator. There is no feedback from the generator to the motor and there is no flywheel as has been pointed out. The surprising fact is that so many people have viewed this video, as it is completely unremarkable.
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Hao Cai
your system is wrong. Qmogen is a LC resonance system. DO not power it by DC, power it by ac. and remember to have a at least 5kg flywheel to be connected by pulley. Start from that, you would be easier to success.
Beniamin dobosz
u need generator vith give u more power to run
Manoj Konar
It needs a circuit to run it continuely good try keep it up
Matthew Daharsh
Input must be greater than output because of resistance.
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