Electrical engineering

Asked May 19, 2015, 4:09 AM EDT

power generation

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A car alternator generates EMF when propelled manually.

The significant amount of energy produced by the car alternator depends on its speed or RPM

IF THAT IS THE CASE, check this out…

Concept of Improvised Electrical Generator Prototype

1] A DC motor of 115-120V is powered by a 24V car battery by inverting the DC current of the battery to AC current by a power inverter

2] Since the DC motor requires DC current to operate, a rectifier is used to alter the upgraded AC current of the power inverter; back to DC mode

3] The Motor and the car alternator have pulleys which enable them to be coupled with a belt {speed of motor and car alternator are approximately the same as the speed is regulated}

4] A resistor is used to split the current {probably unequally} so that part of the AC current from the car alternator is stepped up with a mini- transformer and the voltage is stabilized to be tapped for use by appliance from the sockets on the stabilizer…[ the watts or volts of power generated solely depends on the speed of the motor]

5] The other split of the AC current from the car alternator is used to charge the battery to maintain the power stored in the Car battery from running off stored power

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Am I losing my mind or something can actually be deduced from this concept of Improvised Electrical Generator Prototype

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