This is the first video in a series for making a dual axial flux generator. This is making the coils.
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Is there a program that calculates what the thickness of the cable must? be used and how much wind the coils?
I want? to build their first power really made me curious but I have problems with the stator, I do not know yet how to make a coil, and I want to do it as shown in this video.
From what I understand from the stator coils as in this video below gives a voltage of 0-15V and what is the power produced wat? 0 – … ?
What wire size should be used and how many turns should be wound on the coil?
I would ask for help in performing the coils.
Check out my video “building the stator for my VAWT”. It should? anwser your questions.
Are the coils all the same polarity? or are they alternately facing up and down?
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I have never tested the stator using an exact RPM. emagnets has a few? videos where he has set up his stators and can give you exact numbers for amps-volts -RPM. Of course these numbers really dont mean much unless you have a constant wind speed which most of us do not have. My generator produces from 0 no wind to 15 volts alot of wind. I am using 9 coils. I am now working with serpintine coils less time consuming to make and more effiecient. I am sorry not much help.
how much electricity does each? coil produces? amps + volts?
Finally how many coils are you setting up?
its a tutorial num nuts?
Very impressive technique. Awesome job of showing how to make coils, but you are using the wrong shape and size. Magnetic flux moving across the coil only produces electricity when it is perpendicular to the direction of? the motion. Your coils only produce electricity near the middle and not near the inside and outside edges. Square coils will capture more power and the in/outside edges do not have to be under the magnets because they don’t produce power anyway.
If you look I only have 12 videos. I show all the steps for making a wind turbine. I cut down my videos considerably and it still takes about? 50 minutes or 4 to 5 videos to show step by step how to do it from begining to end.
i? wise you guys would do a complete video on how to make a gen and the parts used and show it working not these damn little bits
This is? so informative and well done. Thank you for sharing…. I think I might try and build a generator from scratch!
Thanks for the props. I live in Costa Rica and the mail system here is primative at best and cost alot to mail things. Its not to hard to build just using stuff laying around. If you need any help online? let me know.
I see alot of people using electric motors and pulleys to make a coil, but shit man, this has to be the best homemade device i have ever seen! The entire thing is frickn beautiful. I am really impressed with it. By any chance would you sell? one of those?
@eastsidesigns1Tthinner wire = more space for more turns . Also the smaller the wire the higher your volts will be but less amps. So the trick is to get the right? combination of high enough volts to charge your batterys but not to high because more amps will charge the batterys faster.
what’s the significance of 70 and 120 in making the? coils and how does the diameter of the wire affect the winding?(thinner wire= less space for more windings? )
I really needed to make this coils with more turns like 120 verses 70 I could never get my volts over 6volts with the wind conditions I have here. All? the videos for making coils that I have seen show using one wire. I am now more interested in making some serpentine coils I hear they are much more efficient.
I see here your using 1 strand of wire as opposed to 2 strands, what are the differences in volts and watts. Thanks? for the upload.
thanks,? does it have to be enamal coated wire?
What I thought enticed2 was asking was could he use regular plastic coated wire. Which you could it just would not be very efficient. I was giving him the benifit of a dubt that it would? be silly to use bare copper wire.
You can’t use bare? copper for coil windings. It would be like having a shorted coil ???
wow, thanks, that was really good, you? have inspired me
No it does not have to be enamel coated wire but you want get much voltage out of it. The Idea is to? get as much wire as close together as possible in the coils so to get the most voltage from each passing magnet.
Does it have to be enamel coated copper wire? Where do you get? that stuff anyhow and how much is it usually?
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