RELATION OF ELECTRICAL POWER AND VEHICLES
Power "HHO" device to a vehicle is directly proportional to power the alternator on a given vehicle. If the alternator is 100A and the output voltage of 14.1 V we have the alternator with a power of 1.41 KW
6 to 7 volts and 2 amps is applied to the alternator rotor, which produces a magnetic field, which puts a load on the engine. This means the HP load is power used to generate that hho plus that 7v 2 amp This is how the meyer alternator works.
.Each alternator has an upper threshold at which forces can operate continuously. The average power is 60% of the total power of the alternator (the large alternators go up to 85% of total capacity). So we can take a useful power from the vehicle only if the sum of all electrical equipment on the vehicle, working at the same time, we add to our strength, "HHO" cell and a result can not exceed the lower number of signs in the vehicle alternators power expressed in amperes.This data can include measured by vehicle and include all electrical devices on the vehicle that would otherwise normally work together. Then turn on the HS-VG pulse modulator and gradually turning up the power cell.
During this time, constantly measures the voltage of the vehicle. If the vehicle is at 12V, that is when you turn on 14V, the upper limit of power that the alternator can produce, we have at the moment when the voltage from 14.1 V power amplification in the cell drops to 12.5 V. Or the vehicle at the upper limit of 24V power that the alternator can produce we have at the moment when the voltage drops from 28V to 25V. This test gives reliable data on the ultimate capabilities of the vehicle alternators.Cross section that HS-VG powered electricity from the vehicle should be at 10mm2 every two cells in the system. Voltage of 14V with two cells connected in parallel section = 10mm2 copper wire. Voltage of 28V in series with two related CELLS = 10mm2 cross section copper conductor. Increasing the number of cells required to increase the conductor in the above relation.For an average 20% fuel savings for a period of one hour of operation, per 1000 cm3 displacement, requires that the device produces 30 to 60 gallons of gas per hour or 0.5 to 1 liter per minute.
The ratio of invested power, electricity from the vehicle, in the process of electrolysis of water in the device HS-VG and gas obtained during one hour of work, is that it takes up to 200W 240W to make electricity from the vehicle, depending on the conditions of devices, to get 60 gallons of "HHO" gas. Advances We can add power booster which are basically capacitor banks and we can ad pwm and voltage intensifiers -Transformers configurs on providing high voltage and low amps to cell to greaty improve gas production and reduce loads on alternator's'. Whilst improving power and reducing loads on engines.
Stanley Meyers Alternator and Pulsing by 10xa
Meyer used a Ford diesel alternator large core and large case 36 wells and rotor is 6 magnetic poles each side, 6 N 6 S.
Don't know the recommended size of the wire...I used .75mm on the wound stator shown and the other stator is .82mm . The .75 has 3 turns per coil, but I think i should have wound 4..room enough if you wind them neat it does look like I got a lot of stators,but I use this one for training or experimenting with winding methods...The reason is , if you continually rewind the stators, they start to separate the laminations of the core...so I do all my practice on this.
After long searches i found that ford motorcraft 1g alt matches exactly with Stans! Max about windings , MAx Said he Wound as the original but with thinner wire and more wire. Stan looks to be outputting 2lpm when the tube set is sitting on the table. when running the buggy, it has to be more then 2lpm.
Here is a very good pdf about the alternator, and the winding configurations are there as well as lots of info !!
wye is the common gm wind that I use
WYE gives you more voltage
Here is a cool link with pictures, Take a peek at this one.
Beaware of skinning a few wires and created a short circuit with no load you should measure the voltage as the same across 3 phases. if not, its shorted,
You have 3 coils of wire per phase, put the first phase coils 120 degrees apart, then the same for the next 2 phases. Draw a circle on a peice of paper, at 3 equally spaced points that is 120 degrees, then to the right start your second phase with 3 coils , then the third phase next.....VOILA... 3 phases 120 degrees apart....
We can get on the alternator 500-600 volt out,else what I see power of alternator can be up to 2000 watt-not by formula voltage times amperage but because of the 14 magnetic pole alternator--alternator seems like a much better option-compared with 50 60 hertz network network does not have ability to deliver electricity as fast as the alternator. speed of charging WFC may be key.
thinner wire makes a higher voltage with less amperage........Ohms Law
Meyer is rewound stator with a thin wire --rotor not rewrapped If you use a thick wire That's why you do not get enough electricity so If you want higher electricity must be thin wire It is a rotary transformer, some math should be able to help .
most alternators are listed to the amps and are 12 volts. that is your wattage. convert it to 24 volts, and devide the amps in half, the wattage is still the same. lenz s law of magnetic flux, inducing voltage. the laws of physics can not be ignored. smaller wire will pass smaller amperage wind by hand, first phase. then second phase , then 3rd phase......If you take one apart you will see just how the windings are oriented... Stock alternators are wound cw, ccw, one coil after the other .
Factory wind is 3 phase,
all you have to do is follow what was there, to get 3 phases
, is the fase relationship of the rotor with the stator,
the the posistion of the wires in the stator electric motor is the same as an alternator.
360 degrees in one rotation. 3 phase, then each phase is 120 degrees its best if you find another alternator, and be carefull taking it apart, take it apart one turn at a time and take notes
This was the wiring schematic for the first run it shows a common wye wound alternator with a full phase rectifier set up, no regulator the field or the rotor are triggered by a variac 5 volts and 2 amps meyer said. it is pretty basic really same set up as in my vids above,
i used a GM 70 amp alternator. 14 volt and 70 amps........980 watts at @ 12 volts normal operation this means you have 980 watts to play with at any given time, normal running without over heating is half that 490 watts
Stanley Meyer notes Note From Other Forum for Benefit of builders,
Are they for the Ford alternator. Im using the 27si delco units. They are easier to work with. Plus they are eight pole design. Which really woke the fuel cell up. The Ford rotor is easier to take apart and rewind if needed than the delco units. I did rewind a few 27si stators to get the voltage up. I think Im at around 200 volts now at .12 amps. It works pretty good if connected in series. Have one stator rewound that is 1 slot off to the side of the conventional winding from factory. Havent tried it yet, to see how it reacts to the cell. Most of my time has been spent on the motor-generator units. Both inside one case.