This is a replica of Jacob Byzehr’s Analysis of Chas Campbell’s Flywheel System.
This is just an effort to reproduce his system. First starting of the induction motor requires power from a 220V outside Air Conditioner outlet. After achieving the maximum torque the modification over button need to be flipped to get feedback power from generator result. In this, sadly the electric motor is incapable to supply the required torque called for to speed up the fly wheel to the called for speed under load. So the system is incapable to power on its own. Still this configuration needs to be tuned to work without external supply.
Summary of the system:
A very important attribute for high performance with a system of this kind is the ratio of the diameters of the driving as well as take-off wheels on the shaft which includes the flywheel, especially with systems where the flywheel rotates at broadband. The driving pulley needs to be three or 4 times bigger than the power liftoff sheave. Using Chas’ 1430 rpm electric motor as well as a commonly readily available 1500 rpm generator, the 12:9 boost to the shaft of the flywheel gives a satisfactory generator speed while providing a 3.27 ratio in between the 9-inch diameter driving pulley and also the 2.75″ size power liftoff sheave.
Right here the drive belts are left with excessive slack. This creates a rapid series of jerks in the drive in between the mains motor as well as the flywheel. These happen so swiftly that they do not show up visible when looking at the system operating. Nevertheless, this stream of extremely short pulses in the drive chain, produces a significant amount of excess power attracted from the gravitational field. Chas has currently verified the excess energy by getting the flywheel up to speed and after that switching the drive electric motor input to the outcome generator. The outcome is a self-powered system with the ability of running added lots.