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Woody (who just figured out half this stuff)
You and I must have different option enabled. I do not get a "Quick Reply" option with arrow in 2 squares. Maybe newbies cannot upload files.
Regards and definitely good night!
I've just made an update so that Noobie's can upload pictures. Once over 30 posts you can upload other types of files such as zip and PDF.
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Now back to the topic...
Hi Woody , here is one of the posts from the EVgray forum - Yahoo group- lots on RV here:- As I don't like the restrictive practises here, it is unlikely that I shall post again. Why wait for5 50 posts to share information!!!
Best of luck with it
Both these updates here have been added to RV energy saving R and D
Theory Comparison of bench drills efficiency
Two separate bench drills are obtained; drill no 1 is to be a single
PH (phase) 1 HP (horse power) rated motor; the other is to have an RV
modified motor. The RV modified motors can range from:
A 3PH 60CPS 3 to 7.5 HP230/460VAC motor, in this example apply the RV
motor in a 1 to 1.8 HP role. In a 50 hertz or 50 CPS RV motor, a 5 to
10 HP or a 4KW (5+HP) RV will afford approx 1-1.25 HP out put.
Tune the RV to match the other motors 1HP max load, then measure the
two readings by a cumulative Watt hour meter. After a day of drilling
by the same load, compare and evaluate the 2 readings Compare by the
classic A vs. B comparison.
Tips: Try to find any old belt driven machine you can, something that
looks easy to line up another motor and have clearance for an
oversized belt. Or get a custom Drill made up, it will be the most
efficient drill in the world.
On the RV modified drill motor, use low friction belts (test timing
belts for best RV performance ) what matters is that they have to
have the same RPM to be compared on performance , a 3600 RPM RV will
move tons at 360 RPM wood drill with an efficient low loss down
It has since been advised that the lowest-loss you can do with belts
is to use rubber toothed timing belts. Regular V-belts have to have
too much tension just to get the belts to grip the pulleys and the
teeth in rubber toothed belts means you don't need so much belt
tension that way.
Timing belts are low friction:
http://www.dogpile.com/info.dogpl/searc ... 2Bfriction
Timing belts from cars are also standard and are used in industrial
servomotor applications (less friction than V belts) also the grooved
V belts can run better. A Bench grinder 60 hertz 3PH 460VAC motor can
also be made to run more efficient in RV mode.
To be further made simple the speed and torque must match the ones
required for original operation or better, a pulley down stepped 3450
RPM RV will definitely outperform any stock 1725 1/4 to .5 HP motor.
A Basic example-1 HP RV is can be made from a 60 hertz 5 or 7.5 HP
3PH motor, the then max load is to be calculated and the RUN
capacitor can be set in a mid adjustment range (broad banded), even
though the Run cap wont be optimally tuned to the specific loaded
condition, the RV will outperform the normal motor!!!
Baldor's motor's can also wind up 120,240,380,460 & up to 920VAC 3PH
Motors which can be RV'ed anywhere from 100-120 200 240 VAC 47 -60cps
with only needing to be using capacitors and centrifugal start switch.
For an automatic tuning of the RV drill load, later we can switch to
an automatic computer controlled load sensor which can also utilize
the RV's hidden OU component and operation. This method is the
specific LOAD tuned Amplitude, frequency & pulse length. This is
where Hector details the RV's relation to OU and ZPE.
ANY motor can be run this way using adaptive electronics and reach
the FULL HP range of the rated motor in RV mode (preforming the HP
more efficiently) using Amplitude control Voltage from 120VAC to
460VAC (Frequency adjusting or boasting the voltage). Frequency
control from 0 CPS to Infinite
The engineering protocol involves a Pulse length control, when
adjusting from 0 to the MAX frequency length pulse, the operation is
determined by the sine wave or square DC wave length in time
(modified sine wave) & sine wave or any wave slope angle saw tooth,
incremental logarithmic, stepped pulsed, quadrature modulated or
phase modulated or any compound modulation or amplitude form, power
or RF current & voltage phased angles (power factor).
A frequency adjustable inverter Power supply has variable parameters
(amplitude control). When this concept is applied in RV mode the
Voltage regulates the impedance as if it were VARACTOR tuned LC. This
also regulates the HP output and energy saving Impedance states. The
frequency control regulates the speed, and thus horsepower output,
this is in combination with amplitude.
ANY frequency drive can be MODIFIED to do this; especially the 480ACV
rated ones by adding voltage and amplitude control. The frequency
drive needs to be constructed to regulate its final drive voltage
from 100 to 480VDC. This can be switched by the 3 PH transistor or
IGTBs 3x3 network. The drive can regulate motors into a full range of
parameters; this has been given open sourced in RV disclosure with
the advantage of having FULL rated horsepower at demand.
Any modified sine wave inverter can be modified to operate in
amplitude, frequency and pulse length control. The opto isolated
drives are the best, 12.7VDC operated electronics and also opto
isolated & computer driven are as an Extra option.
Any number of inverters can be arranged to create an improved
multiphase array, where also the computer can be used drivers by
using opto isolated stages.
One EFF example:
3 10KW inverters can drive 30KW 3 phase system with same source and
using computer driven 3PH trigger, pulse & amplitude generation. More
speed = more power which is gown geared to less speed. It is
recommended to test a 1/2 HP and 1 HP drill motor against a normal &
frequency regulated Over-rev'd RV Motor.
Range parameters are Hi frequency Hi HP in 450 CPS RV 3 HP motor will
give an equivalent output of a 30HP 50cps one.
In the RV drill tests the GEARS for the optimal performance at the
drill head against the normal drill, this gives the POWER to optimize
& is professional RV use in R&D to quantify and improve power
Norm's big motor RV tests
Quote -Norman Wootan
I have a 30 HP Magnetek, Century E Plus Motor, 1760 RPM, 460 V. 35
A. running on 1.2 A @ 125 VAC input. I disassembled the motor and
washed the grease out of the bearings and machined off the large
aluminium cooling internal fan. Now the motor will free spool for a
long time when power is turned off. Very little rolling friction.
Congratulations, Norman Wootan on your MOUSTER RV setup the standard
book rules state you did the impossible. This will lead to rethink
the ways motors are engineered, but are up to the group and all
others to force this KNOWLEDGE into
The media and petrol mafia cartel faces. One megawatt motors running
with 10 amps! -Hector
The 40KW motor is asynchronous operating by a squirrel caged motor as
per a description contained in standard engineering protocol. The
primary winding (stator) is connected to the power source and the
shorted secondary (rotor) carries the induced secondary current.
The Torque is produced by the action of the rotor (secondary)
currents on the rotary repulsion from the off phase 3 ph fields and
capacitor vectored virtual 3rd phase.
The induction motor is a common form of asynchronous motor and is
basically an AC transformer with a rotating secondary. The primary
winding (stator) is connected to the power source and the shorted
secondary (rotor) carries the induced secondary current.
NOTE: An Ac transformer with a rotating secondary.
A motor as a transformer does not need to use POWER unloaded. Power
engineering in the last hundred years totally misused power in 100%
waste modes, a motor can work as a transformer unloaded with minimal
Rotors typically consist of a laminated, cylindrical iron core with
slots for receiving the conductors. The most common type of rotor has
cast-aluminium conductors and short-circuiting end rings.
This "squirrel cage" rotates when the moving magnetic field induces a
current in the shorted conductors. The speed at which the magnetic
field rotates is the synchronous speed of the motor and is determined
by the number of poles in the stator and the frequency of the power
supply: ns = 120f/p, where ns = synchronous speed, f = frequency,
and p = the number of poles.
Synchronous speed is the absolute upper limit of motor speed. If the
rotor turns exactly as fast as the rotating magnetic field, then no
lines of force are cut by the rotor conductors, and torque is zero.*
ZERO (ZERO point energy) (Note here that on 0 torque we have 0 power
on a theoretical 0 current) being self induction NEGATIVE in relation
to rotary field the VOLTAGE vector becomes NEGATIVE resistance to
line power contributing power to such source (seen as POWER factor
correction on LOW impedance but as OU in matched hi impedance
When running, the rotor always rotates slower than the magnetic
field. The rotor speed is just slow enough to cause the proper amount
of rotor current to flow, so that the resulting torque is sufficient
to overcome windage and friction losses, and drive the load. The
speed difference between the rotor and magnetic field, called slip, s
normally referred to as a percentage of synchronous speed: s = 100
(ns - na)/ns, where s = slip, ns = synchronous speed, and na = actual