reply to post by Pilgrum
marc some advise learn to use paragraphs, its easier to read.
im a electrician so let me shed some light. i've also been searching for a free energy solution, and i still pay the electric and gas.
what hes doing is making a separately derived system, but hooking it up wrong. instead of back feeding the system (using two male ends) just run the
power to the primary side of your panel.... i don't see why you wouldn't? it won't be able to kill anyone its not connected to the grid at all.
atleast that what im understanding. and if inspected, nothing dangerous (assume his power source is safe) or illegeal (assuming the power source is
legal) about it. but a big waste of time imo.
what your thinking of is called a transfer switch. which would be alot easier than rewiring the house and installing a panel. if your going to do
anything go this route. its the same thing as hooking up a generator, but he using something else as the power source.
now let me tell you the flaw in everything your coming up with. your using electric motors. their inefficent which means they lose power. 80% means
100 watts go in and 80 watts worth of power comes out. but everyone before me has explain loss to you so ill stop there.
so let me assume 100% and no loss, you still can't make power. 746 watts = 1 hp (horsepower) its a direct electrical to mechanical energy conversion.
also know that hp is based off of torque. hp=torque*rpm/5252.
first the op idea - so at 100% which doesn't exist you take a perfect 746 watt electric motor, it converts electrical energy into mechanical energy
and puts out 1 hp. that 1 hp is used to turn the alternator which then spits out 746 watts.... you can't make more power this way. motors and
alternators/generators are pretty much the same thing, one takes mechanical energy and turns it into electrical energy, the other does the
marcs idea - i don't understand what your doing exactly, so you plug in a motor then it charges batteries for other motors? your just converting
electrical into mechanical back to electrical.
your flywheel idea - your converting the cars mechanical energy into another form of mechanical energy (the spinning wheel) then converting it to
electrical (generator)....so first your car is going to have to work harder getting out of the drive and pulling in it (use more horsepower), its not
wasted energy pulling out of the drive. also what makes you think the wheel will keep spinning? go back to the posts that explain how a load effects
alternators. an alternator is a generator.
im not trying to step all over you guys, just i think you guys need to have a understanding how magnets and electricity work. the free energy solution
is not in electric motors at all. you need a truly free machanical way to turn a generator, wind for example. but its only free because we don't pay
money for it, not because energy was created, was was just transfered. solar is a good one, but its only free because we don't pay for sunlight,
energy is still not being created, the sun use solar fisson and turns that energy into solar which solar panels turn it into electrical. its all just
transfer of energy. downfall to both ideas of them, their expensive as heck to make.
gas is also another transfer of energy, its chemical energy being turned into mechanical energy in your cars engine. theres no creation.
the gravity things arn't going to work. at 100% its going to take the exact same amount of energy to turn generators then move the water back up to
the top to start over than it would produce.