Conventional Generator vs Regenerative Acceleration Generator Ottawa University Lab

The Conventional Generator Coil producing 7 Watts causes system DECELERATION whereas the Regenerative Acceleration Generator causes system ACCELERATION while producing 45 Watts and overides the conventional generator’s countertorque. BASIC PHYSICS – Regenerative Acceleration Generator (RM) The Regenerative Acceleration Generator operation is based on frequency dependant generator coil impedance. Coil impedance is a function of frequency where: XL = 2pifL ZL = 2pifL + RDC As the rotor frequency increases the coil impedance also increases so its current carrying capacity decreases accordingly. Generator armature reaction, (EV braking force) is directly related to current magnitude. As the coil’s ability to carry current decreases the coil’s (Lenz induced) repelling magnetic field also decreases (is required to create generator braking force) while at the same time the coil’s induced voltage is increasing. When the magnet is TDC (top dead centre) to the coil (neither approaching nor receding) the coil impedance drops to the DC resistance of the coil and the self induced voltage is at maximum. The high (internally stored) voltage is then able to be dissipated through the small DC resistance of the coil – producing a maximum delayed magnetic field which now pushes away on the already receding magnet while attracting the next opposite magnet pole on the rotor. If the Self Accelerating coil is engaged at a low rotor speed where current can flow in the coil (because the frequency

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