Conversion of Electrical Energy Using Magnetic Repulsive Generator

Authors

  • K. Anish Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, K. P. R. Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, India
  • T. Beris Paul Thangaiah Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, K. P. R. Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, India
  • E. Ellambharthi Student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, K. P. R. Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, India
  • P. Suresh Kumar Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, K. P. R. Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, India

Keywords:

Batteries, DC generator, Permanent magnet, Repulsive force

Abstract

Now-a-days motors which are used for different applications are powered by electricity, as the requirement of power or electricity is the basic commodity for today’s world, we need a lot of electricity to power all our daily use machines. In this project we are producing free energy by using the magnetic repulsive energy method. By utilizing minimum amount of electrical energy is used to produce high electrical energy by using magnetic repulsion technique. The system uses permanent magnets to produce repulsion and this repulsive force produces a torque which drives a DC generator. The repulsive magnet disc which contains number of permanent magnets are arranged on a circumferential position of the disc at a regular intervals and same magnetic polarity of permanent magnets are located on the motor shaft. The rotating disc is couple with generator through a set of gears. While driving a load, the motor rotates the disc due to magnetic repulsion which drives a DC generator to produce electrical energy. The power output from the DC generator can be boosted by the voltage booster and it can be stored in batteries or used to drive any AC loads through an inverter.

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Published

23-08-2020

How to Cite

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K. Anish, T. B. P. Thangaiah, E. Ellambharthi, and P. S. Kumar, “Conversion of Electrical Energy Using Magnetic Repulsive Generator”, IJRESM, vol. 3, no. 8, pp. 380–383, Aug. 2020.

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