Превратить потолочный вентилятор в ветрогенератор ?!

Потолочный вентилятор похож на ветряную турбину, поэтому вы можете спросить, можно ли его использовать как таковой. Большинство потолочных вентиляторов являются асинхронными двигателями, которые не генерируют вращательное электричество. Вам нужно будет добавить магниты. Этот и многие другие моменты рассматриваются в этом эксперименте. Цель этого видео – узнать, как все работает, и помочь всем, кто хочет попробовать это преобразование самостоятельно. Я надеюсь, что вы извлечете уроки из моего эксперимента и сделаете лучшую версию.

Гизберт Нихуис

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49 Replies to “Превратить потолочный вентилятор в ветрогенератор ?!”
  1. I think you did good work with this experiment. Yes a generator can be made from a ceiling fan, but as you have shown, it's just not practical, and your alternative choices of motors are good ones. I have no suggestions other than keep working, keep on experimenting, and, please, keep posting vids of your work.

  2. If you don't know how to make capacitors or a rectifier, ask the almighty Google. I'm sure you could also find a youtube video to get the concept.

  3. Have you considered utilizing a few voltage amplifier systems to increase the performance of the turbine? you can look up examples on youtube as well. it's really simple and useful for turning low power generators into high power generators. Also I have questions as to why you're trying to recreate a wind turbine when (with the addition of a battery and an alternator) you can create a high-output induction generator. Just a thought; not trying to get you to abandon the prospect of a wind turbine, but honestly I never thought about using a ceiling fan as a substitute for the rotor. thanks for the idea. I hope to see you use the above ideas in a future video.

    P.S. you may want to build a few more capacitors and a bigger converter(essentially an electric governor) to cope for the higher energy output, as well as store excess energy and maintain a static RPM for a stable current.

    IF the information I've given helps let me know so I can be of further assistance.

  4. I personally think that you are way too hard on yourself. No, I haven't the slightest notion of how to improve your electronics, as I am below novice level!

    Long history in any field but this; most of my adult working life has been that of a Registered Nurse.
    I did take a Machine Tool Technology class at the local trade school in 14-15; primarily bombed it because of the higher math involved. Not to be overly discouraged, I have been acquiring various machines to at least try my hand at my own thing. I may have bombed the course, but I certainly retained the basics!

    Looking forward to seeing what else you design! Only real question is: You used 1 magnet per coil; what I have read previous was something like 2 magnets per 3 coils?

  5. I have an electric bike you can use for your next project if you ever change your mind about continuing this "wind turbine" design. Don't give up, part of the fun in making things work the you WANT it to is …

  6. https://www.amazon.ca/Happybuy-Turbine-Generator-Vertical-Controller/dp/B07PHJRQZ9/ref=mp_s_a_1_2_sspa?keywords=wind+turbine+generator&qid=1581826331&sprefix=wind+tur&sr=8-2-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEyUUowRUtPSEcwSTJHJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMTU1MzkxMlA1U0tHNERUUk1ONyZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwMjI4MzA4Mk1NTVRSQlBLTktUOSZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX3Bob25lX3NlYXJjaF9hdGYmYWN0aW9uPWNsaWNrUmVkaXJlY3QmZG9Ob3RMb2dDbGljaz10cnVl

  7. I would have kept the inner winding and used them to contribute to the energy. One, they would smooth out your power frequency, but you also need to use a much higher capacity capacitor like a battery. This is where lead-acid or liquid alkaline batteries are perfect. If your maximum output is 50 volts, figure out your AVERAGE, then you need to figure out the maximum load (amperage or wattage, take your pick) you will use, not voltage, to decide the voltage of battery you need. You can use your electronic voltage controller after that.
    The alternative is to use a controlled electromagnetic field instead of magnets, then a simple Chrysler voltage regulator would work for a steady 14 volts. BUT at low times you would lose.
    A battery will charge even if its getting lower than a controlled voltage. If you send 3 volts into a 13.5 volt car battery, the battery will still charge, BUT if you use a field winding as apposed to permanent magnets, the field will draw more power than your charge rate can deliver until you reach the charge rate of your batteries native voltage.
    On the other hand, if you use the law of averages but then exceed the average for an excessive duration, you may over charge and damage a battery.
    I would say that next step would be to use the "voltage controller" to regulate the charge rate of your battery but it would diminish the optimal output.
    Now for starters, instead of using a rectifier bridge and a post rectifier capacitor, use individual diodes feeding into two separate capacitors of the same size you already used, then a into a bridge rectifier.
    I am not computer savvy but I will try to illustrate this.

    AC pole 1 … CAPS 1 and 2
    -<- CAP + (1000 – 3300 micro farads, whatever, you can fiddle and fart around to see what works most efficient) Stick with 50 volts if that's max. The capacity is whatever is optimal.
    ->- CAP –
    AC pole 2
    ->-CAP –
    -<-CAP +
    DC CAP 1 and CAP 2
    CAP + to bridge rectifier.
    CAP – to bridge rectifier
    Bridge rectifier to 500k micro fared CAP that you can obtain from a car audio shop complete with electronic voltage control and voltage display.
    OR just get a cap of the same size and use your adjustable controller.
    This will give you smooth and nominal power without causing undue load or severe loss during downtime.

    The next issue is your choice of aerofoils. Helicopter rotor blades are very poor wind turbine blades. You want to gain power in ALL wind conditions from near null to near hurricane.
    Crappy industrial wind turbines use brakes to slow them during gale force winds but you want to simply cavatate during extremes. You need to determine the maximum RPM require to achieve your maximum voltage and design it to be able to handle such RPM but your aerofoils should begin to cavatate after that RPM. Anything over that RPM will deliver an increased amperage of output but your wingdings will not handle it and you will burn it out under severe load conditions.
    You can use optimal blade design and add a centrifugal pitch control rollover that brings your blades to near zero pitch, (you do not want to go to zero with optimal blades) but if you use crappy flat helicopter blades then zero would be fine.
    "Rollover" means blade pitch reaches critical near zero pitch and if wind force is still excessive, the blades will flip the other way to near 100% thus strait blading the wind and weather vain the blades until speed reduces and the blades begin to return to normal pitch. If you live in a environmentally volatile area then you might design control blades, small paddles that over ride RPM vs wind speed into the pitch control mechanism for rapid pitch change. There are two ZERO's in pitch, leading edge 100% into the wind or zero pitch. Its like a complex throttle control, if you have high winds, zero pitch will have the wind hammering your blades with potential to break them off BUT changing pitch the other way might exceed a reasonably safe RPM before slow down occurs.
    For simplicity sake, self cavatating blades would be the easy route to take.
    This is more complicated then the electrical aspect. It entirely depends on the confidence you have in the weather conditions of your area. I wouldn't be too confident as I live in one of the most stable regions on the planet and I worry about the conditions.

    I guess the bottom line here is that anything that uses electricity can also produce electricity depending on how hard you want to work at development, including a simple incandescent lamp.
    IF we were to design everything around such principals, we would not be worried about such things at all.

    The true conundrum lay within the monetary system itself, who makes the money that controls YOU, controls YOUR pitch in life and energy!

    130 years ago, the electric car dominated the world but made no profit, gasoline made a huge profit and thus the power to kill the electric car.
    Usury/Monetary system is the end of all things efficient.

  8. hi,
    this is best generator i'v ever seen in my life
    Instead of welding the connection armature, you can use

    ball bearings
    Each electric car can have 10 generators like your generator , 4 in tires and 6 in empty car parts
    This way a car with a 80 kW battery can travel more than 5,000 kilometers.
    But the price is expensive 🙂

    this the stupidest thing I've ever seen in my life = https://youtu.be/S4O5voOCqAQ
    a lot of waste energy
    While he could use 100 generator like your generator and use hydraulic press system in pedal and make 500 kw energy per hour

  9. put the ac into a 120vac battery charger the charger does not care what voltage you put in it it well charge a 6vdc or a 12 volt battery it does not need 120vac to charge 70-80 volts work .

  10. този глупак нищо не разбира от електротехника … само дето потроши хубавото вентилаторче и плямпаше като интелектуал …

  11. There's a ceiling fan in my room put in by my late brother when he was living here. It wobbles to much plus I don't like or need it anyway. Thank you for showing me a productive use for it as a generator. Most electronic devices run any where from 3 volts DC to 12 volts DC (lights,radios,portable TVs,cellphones,tablets and computers. This device could power them and/or charged batteries that could power electronic devices. If a device can be plugged into a lighter socket of a car,this generator should be able to power it.

  12. I think that was amazing. . Other than wiring could you take your leftover power from your regulator and use it as an accelerometer. After the initial start up energy.

  13. Nice work Gisbert. Out here in India getting a new or old ceiling fan is easy than any other electric motor. So a cieling fan as generator is a more practical idea. Tell more about where u got magnets and rest of electronics. How about charging a lead acid battery with the DC output. And using an off the shelf inverter to give mains grade AC power that can be used to power a house. Do you see any hicups in this idea?

  14. I believe you would need to lighten the original product
    Change everything for either carbon fibre or really thin plastic mate?
    I’m not 100% but you should deffo go and change the internal copper!
    That’s been the cheapest copper the cheapest labour to create it!
    Even if it takes you a week to do it! It will still be worth it in the end mate

  15. Too many comments to check to see if it's been posted, but a car alternator might be the perfect candidate. I think that's limited to older versions, or maybe it's just easier to convert them… been a few years since I've read about them.

    Thanks for the video✌️

  16. Olá tudo bem, a generosidade e humildade do seu comentário me deixou acreditando que pessoas como você faz muito bem para todos não entendo muito do você faz mais me chamou a atenção parabéns pelo vídeo e a simplicidade do comentário receba meu joia e a minha inscrição no seu canal Manaus AM Brasil.

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