Design and Construction of Permanent Magnet Generator

DANIEL JAMES 44 PAGES (10976 WORDS) Project
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ABSTRACT 

A drastic change in the perception of electric energy . But at the same time there is misreading of FREE ENERGY. Energy becomes free only at a point after which we don’t have to pay for power generation after hiring the unit. By using the magnetic force of magnets continuous motion (Energy) is made. This magnet also produces a magnetic field, so both the magnetic fields repel each other (like poles repel), which reasons the fins to move. The free Energy Generator was mounted inside a case box. The power extracted was used to care a mobile battery. Few positive results are motivating us to create a better model to store the drive and use for different necessary applications by using this free energy Keywords:

Electromagnetic Induction, free energy, neodymium

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE................................................................................................4

Introduction....................................................................................................4

1.1 Background of study.................................................................................4

1.1.1 Magnetism and electromagnetism.........................................................4

 1.1.2 Origin of Magnetism..............................................................................5

1.1.3 Bar Magnet............................................................................................6

1.1.4 A Magnetic Monopole Does Not Exis......................................................7

 1.1.5 Torque Acting on a Magnet in a Uniform Magnetic Field........................9

1.1.6 Tangent Law..................................................................................................10

1.1.7 Magnetic Induction..............................................................................11

1.1.8 Magnetic Field Due to Current Carrying Coil: ...........................................14

1.1.9 Origin of Magnetism on the Basis of Circulating Charges.....................15

1.1.10 Magnetization of Ferromagnetic Material using Rowland Ring (Toroid With Iron Core): .....................................................................................................................16

1.2 objectives of the study.............................................................................19

1.3 significance of the study..........................................................................19

1.4 Scope of the Study...................................................................................19

1.5 statement of the problem.........................................................................20

CHAPTER TWO...............................................................................................21

Literature review

2.1 Related Works .........................................................................................21

2.2 Electricity................................................................................................23

2.3 Electrical-mechanical equivalence...........................................................24

2.4 Alternated circuits ...................................................................................24

2.5 Three-phase circuits.................................................................................27

2.6 Basic principles of machine operation.......................................................27

2.7 Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction...............................................28

2.8 Ampere-biot-savart’s law of electromagnetic induced forces....................28

2.9  lenz’s law of action and reaction..............................................................29

2.10 Electromechanical energy conversion.....................................................29

2.11.Direct-driven permanent magnet motors and generators can be divided into several groups.......................................................................................................................31

2.12 Direct-driven permanent magnet generators classification.......................32

2.13 The machine topologies covered in this study are:....................................33

CHAPTER THREE.............................................................................................35

3.1 Methodology..............................................................................................35

3.2 condition theory of thermodynamic system ...............................................36

3.3 Overall process .........................................................................................37

3.4 Charging circuit .........................................................................................38

3.5 Materials....................................................................................................39

3.6 Procedures.................................................................................................40

CHAPTER FOUR................................................................................................41

4.1Result and Discussion..................................................................................41

4.1.1Test .........................................................................................................41

4.2 Trouble shooting........................................................................................41

4.3 Advantages ...............................................................................................41

4.4 Disadvantages  .........................................................................................41

CHAPTER FIVE................................................................................................42

5.1 Conclusion and Recommendations ...........................................................42

5.2 Recommendations ....................................................................................42

 

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DANIEL, J (2019). Design and Construction of Permanent Magnet Generator. Afribary.com: Retrieved December 15, 2019, from https://afribary.com/works/daniel-project-maiduguri

MLA 8th

JAMES, DANIEL. "Design and Construction of Permanent Magnet Generator" Afribary.com. Afribary.com, 22 Feb. 2019, https://afribary.com/works/daniel-project-maiduguri . Accessed 15 Dec. 2019.

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JAMES, DANIEL. "Design and Construction of Permanent Magnet Generator". Afribary.com, Afribary.com, 22 Feb. 2019. Web. 15 Dec. 2019. < https://afribary.com/works/daniel-project-maiduguri >.

Chicago

JAMES, DANIEL. "Design and Construction of Permanent Magnet Generator" Afribary.com (2019). Accessed December 15, 2019. https://afribary.com/works/daniel-project-maiduguri