spinningmagnets wrote:Otherpower.com is the best site for DIY off-grid generation. Their chat forum is "fieldlines". Whether wind, hydro, or back-up generator,...there has been a lot of adaptation in the past. You may get the most relevant responses in the "other" section (back-up generators, etc). Best of luck...
Some of the Denso ones look promising...bearing wrote:Yeah, it seems like most of them have thick laminations. My thinking/dreaming was that maybe there has been made one or two stator models made in the past (when engineers designed the parts, not the economists) that could turn into powerful cheap motors.
liveforphysics wrote:Rather than stacking them up, just finding a good Denso alternator is a decent option. Remove the diodes obviously, and use a brushed motor controller to set the field (no magnets needed, and variable KV).
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