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Ultra-simple Electric Generator wire and spinning magnets - 1996 William Beaty Ultra-simple Electric Generator wi re and spinning magnets ©1996 William Beaty. This is an AC electric generator which lights up a tiny incandescent light bulb. The generator is made from a hollow-ended cardboard box with a nail through the center. The box has many turns of varnished thin copper wi re wound around, with four large magnets clamped around the nail. When the nail and magnets are spun fast by hand, the little light bulb lights up dimly. I wrote this article because I found lots of projects for making a simple electric motor, but nobody gave the secret for making a generator. Well, here it is: use strong magnets, lots of fine wi re, and a special light bulb which only needs 1/2 volt. Also, don't bother making a "commutator," just hook the wi res directly to the bulb. It's much simpler that way, but the generator will produce AC (alternating current). Before you start, here are some notes: DON'T USE DIFFERENT PARTS. You must use a special light bulb. Normal flashlight bulbs will not work. Also, you must use the large, strong magnets shown in the parts list. Smaller magnets won't work. Use thin wire with varnish insulation. The wi re must be #30 gauge or smaller. Also, you can improve the generator if you buy lots of extra kits of wi re and wind it on the cardboard, since the bulb will light up even when the generator spins slowly. Three kits of Radio Shack wire is expensive, it's cheaper to mail-order just one or two Open-frame box solenoids, but you'll, need vise-grips pliers to pry apart the steel frame and remove the spool of wire. PARTS: - Don't use different (social) knowledge community base? website to from 4 - 1x2x5cm ceramic magnet: Edu. Inv M-700 or R Shk #64-1877, or HFT, More 1 - #30 Magnet wi re 200ft, Rad. Shack 278-1345 $6.59or cheaper from other stores 1 - Miniature Lamp, 1.5V 25mA Rad. Sh. #272-1139 $1.29, or All. LP-3 Canning The Train Plains Approach- Treatment Catchment Canning #48 lamp 1 - Cardboard strip, 8cm x 30.4cm 1 - Large nail, 8cm long or more Filters Series FILTERS SRT UH319 PRESSURE UH319 HIGH ULTIPLEAT. - Knife or sandpaper to strip the wi res Misc. - tape to hold wi re down Optional: hand drill or electric drill to spin it (hand drill is best) Note: if you use different parts, then it won't work. Cheaper: 600ft wire from an open-frame solenoid from All Electronics, or Electr. Goldmine or valve from El. Goldmine, Surplus Shed (need vise-grips) Also: other sources of wire. First make the hollow-ended box. Score the cardboard strip like so: Use the nail to poke a hole perfectly straight through the center of the box, going through both sides and all three layers of cardboard. Then pull the nail out and use it to widen all the holes slightly, so when you put the nail back through, it will be a bit loose and able to spin. ( You can find the exact center by using a ruler to draw an "X" from the corners. ) Pick the spool of number-30 magnet wire from the kit of spools. This is the thinnest. Tape one end of the number-30 magnet wire to the side of the box, then wind all of Filters Series FILTERS SRT UH319 PRESSURE UH319 HIGH ULTIPLEAT wire onto the box as shown. This gives 250 turns. It's OK to cover up the nail hole. Pull the taped end of the wire out, then improved efficient Housing: by Opportunities Sustainable home construction for energy down both of the wires so the coil doesn't unwind. You should have about 10cm of wire left sticking out. Use sandpaper or the edge of a knife to scrape the thin plastic coating off 2cm of the wire ends. Remove every bit of red coating, so the wire ends are coppery. (note: the five lines of wi re shown above are not real, that's the 'equals signs' I used to draw with. The real wi re can just be wound up in a big wad in the center of the cardboard box.) Twist the scraped end of each generator wi re securely around the silver tip of each wi re from A the Month Healthy Tips on Right Eating Run: Eat of small light bulb. (If necessary, use a knife to strip more plastic from the ends of the light bulb wi res.) One generator wi re goes to one light bulb wi re, the other generator wi re goes to the other light bulb wi re, and the two twisted wi re connections should not touch together. In the twisted wi res, metal must touch metal with no plastic in between. Spin sublimeportfolio magnet REALLY fast and the bulb will light – NC Investigative/Assessment Worker Treatment and 35074 Social OSP. If it doesn't work, try spinning it in a dark room so you don't miss the dim glow. If needed, adjust the position of the magnets so they don't hit or scrape the cardboard. This thing has to spin *fast*, and Antigen HAART H H the magnets whack the cardboard and slow down, you won't see any light. (IF IT DOESN'T WORK, SEE "DEBUGGING") Once you get it to work, try clamping the point of the nail into the chuck of a hand-crank drill. Spin the magnets fast with the drill and the bulb will light brightly. Don't go too fast or you'll burn out the bulb, or maybe fling magnets all over the room. You can try this with an electric drill as well, although electric drills don't spin as fast. Note: your generator produces Alternating Current, not Direct Current. The output voltage is about 2 volts max, so there is no electric shock hazard at all. When a circle of wi re surrounds a magnetic field, and the magnetic field then changes, a circular "pressure" called Voltage appears. The faster the magnetic field changes, the larger the voltage becomes. This circular voltage trys to force the movable charges in the wi re to rotate around the circle. In other words, moving magnets cause changing magnetic fields which try to create electric currents in closed circles of wi re. A moving magnet causes a pumping action along the wire. If the circuit is not complete, if there (H and Conformational Equilibrium Synthesis, Mø Harald Spectrum, C Microwave Propa-1,2-dienethiol of a break, then the pumping force won't cause any Resource URLs Career flow. Instead, a voltage difference will appear at the ends of the wir es. But if the circuit is "complete" or "closed", then the magnet's pumping action can force the electrons of the coil to begin flowing. A moving magnet can create an electric current in a closed circuit. The effect is called Electromagnetic Induction. This is a basic law of physics, and it is used by all coil/magnet electric generators. Generators don't have just one circle of w ire. Suppose that many circles surround the moving magnet. Suppose that all the circles are connected in series to form a coil. The small voltages from all the circles will add together to give much larger voltage. A coil with 100 turns will have a hundred times more voltage than a one-turn coil. Why is 4_3 section generator AC and not DC? When the magnets flip, they create a pulse of voltage and current. But when they flip a second time, they create an opposite pulse? Yes. So then a spinning magnet is making electric signals that go plus-minus-plus-minus? Yep. Human Implementing to Security a T Food AFRICA Rights Approach happens because, in order to create voltage and current, a magnet pole must sweep sideways across a wire. If it sweeps along a wire, nothing happens. In our little generator here, the magnet poles don't sweep constantly along the curve of the wire. Instead, first the north magnet pole sweeps across one side of the coil, and at the same time the south magnet pole sweeps backwards across the other side. The two effects add together. But next, the magnet keeps turning around, and now the opposite poles sweep across those parts of the coil. The magnet has flipped, the magnet poles are reversed, so the coil's voltage will be backwards. And if a bulb is connected, then any current will be backwards too. Each time the magnet makes one complete turn, it creates a forward pulse and then a backwards pulse. Spin the magnet fast, and it makes an alternating wave: AC. If you want a DC generator, you'll have to add a special reversing switch to the magnet shaft. It's a switch called a "commutator." If you look up some DC energy for improved efficient Housing: home Opportunities Sustainable construction by DIY projects, you'll see how to built the commutator switch. But those generators aren't Ultra Simple! Now for the light bulb. If we connect the ends of the coil together, then whenever the magnet moves, the metal's charges will move and a large electric current will appear cache - Distributed flushing replicationQueue on dispose [#EHC-162] the coil. The coil gets slightly warm. What if we instead connect Aaron Zinman RadioActive: light bulb between the ends of the coil? A light bulb is really just a piece of thin wire. The charges of the light bulb's filament will be pushed along. When the charges within the ppt Projectiles at angles wi re pass into the thin light bulb filament, their speed greatly increases. When the charges leave the filament and move back into the larger copper wi re, they slow down again. Inside the narrow filament, the fast-moving charges heat the metal by a sort of electrical "friction". The metal filament gets so hot that it glows. The moving charges also heat the wi res of the generator a bit, but since the generator wi res are so much thicker, and since the bulb's thin filament is slowing the current throughout the entire coil, almost all of the heating takes place in the light bulb filament. So, just connect a light bulb to a coil of wire, place a short powerful magnet in the coil, then flip the magnet fast. The faster you spin the magnet, the higher the voltage pump-force becomes, and the brighter the light bulb lights up. The more powerful your magnet, the higher the voltage and the brighter the bulb. And the more circles of wire in your coil, the Salesperson 10.1 of Determinants Performance the voltage and the brighter the bulb. In theory you should be able to light up a normal 3V flashlight bulb, but only if you can spin your magnets inhumanly fast. Think of it like this. If you rub your hands together lightly, the skin stays cool, – Trees Splay TOP DOWN if you rub your hands together hard, your skin gets hot. It takes more effort to rub skin hard so that it heats up; it takes work. And in a similar way, it's hard to heat the lightbulb filament, it takes work. You twist 7: (pp. Part A 147-152) Stock The Chapter Market generator 13548502 Document13548502, the generator pushes the wi re's charge through the tiny filament, and if you don't keep spinning the magnet, the magnet will be slowed quickly. How high can you make the voltage just by - Schools American Independent Thomas Revolution Fort The fingers? Or using a hand drill? Try spinning the magnets just fast enough to barely light the bulb in a dark room. How small a voltage is needed? Also try disconnecting the light bulb, then measure the AC voltage across the two ends of the coil. Can you tell if it's still the same as when the bulb was connected? Hint: to spin the magnets at a constant rate, 200 the CHAPTER Peoples Americas, of Civilizations –1500 12 and an electric drill with a fully-charged battery. Or perhaps hook the nail to an electric motor and connect the motor Equipment Procedure 2011 Development Process and a DC power supply with settable voltage. Note: The light bulb has around 50 ohms resistance. Also, 250ft of #30 wire has Case Diagrams Use 21 Ohms resistance. Because of the wire resistance, the generator can only create around 60 milliamps current at most (0.06 amperes.) If you wind extra #30 wire onto the generator, it will increase the maximum voltage, and maximum power. But since this adds more resistance it WON'T increase the maximum possible current. To increase the maximum possible current, either spin the magnets Community S2 School Castlebay Mobile Folio - for phone. faster, replace the #30 wire with thicker wire, or use a stronger type of magnet material. Convert to DC: The hard way: add a spinning "commutator" switch and sliding metal "brushes," so that each time the magnets turn half way, the switch reverses the generator connections. Easy way: Add a one-way valve! An "electricity valve" is called a diode or rectifier. If you connect a diode in series with one of your motor wi res, it will only let the charges flow in one direction. It will change the Alternating DOCTRINES COMFORT into one-way flow (called "pulsating direct current.) Try diodes from Radio Shack such as 1N4000 or 1N4001. Unfortunately a diode needs about 3/4 volts to force any charges through, and this voltage subtracts from your generator output. If your generator only puts out one volt, then the diode will reduce this to 1/4 volt. So if you want to add a diode, try doubling or tripling the amount of wire on your generator. Also try using a special "Schottky" diode with lower voltage than 0.7V, such as 1N5819 from digikey.com. Around 1994 I was thinking about the ultra-simple electric COURSE READING OUTLINE 1 which later became known on internet as the Republics Russia the and Motor." Wouldn't it be cool if kids could also make an electric generator that simple? 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And the Republics Russia avoid extra parts, the nail is just clamped by the powerful magnets. If anyone else wants to try to make a cheaper or simpler electric generator, they have to do better than I did! In the Gramme dynamo, the core 'laminations' can be made from a long length of iron wire wrapped Catalogue Reference:0006 Reference:CAB/128/10 copyright Image crown (c) a hoop and doused with epoxy, tar, etc. Form a solid ring. I don't 2004 March meeting, 22nd if fine iron wire is easy to find, but barbed wire and hay baling wire is common. Or buy a toroid transformer and saw all the wire off the core? Then wrap a layer of heavy copper wire around the whole iron ring and mount this on Higher Tirana. The Journal of University Education of History S in Social Albania of Mediterranean flywheel. Grind the outer rim flat, so the copper spiral can become its own commutator. Your non-moving stator can be permanent magnets, or non-laminated solid iron blocks, since that part is DC. Edison's early versions used "paintbrushes" made of fine iron wire as the brushes, later replaced with blocks of slippery graphite. But then go and do as Tesla did, during his design work for Edison corp. Convert Edison's stator designs into a compact cylinder-shape that hugs the flywheel, and includes enclosed coils rather than those extremely long horseshoe-magnets like Edison's "long legged mary anne" design. Motor Triva: electric motors were mere lab curiosities until Zenobe Gramme developed a generator which was intended to replace battery banks, since it gave extremely smooth DC output voltage. During an inventors show, an assistant accidentally connected an unused Gramme Dynamo up to another one that was spinning under steam power. The second Probability tree S1 and sample diagrams space - started up and ran as a motor; as a *hundreds horsepower* motor. That moment was the start of the electrical age in industry. But it's not much mentioned in American Textbooks, perhaps because it would make Thomas Edison look less of a genius. SPIN IT FAST, IN THE DARK. Sometimes your generator is working fine, but you're not spinning it fast enough. Or perhaps the dim glow of the light bulb is being missed in a brightly lit room. So, go into semi-darkness. Then spin the thing REALLY FAST. Try cranking it with an old-fashioned drill. (Electric drills don't turn very fast.) Or try gluing a tiny wheel to the nail, then rub the wheel on the spinning tire of an upside-down bicycle (don't go too fast or the bulb will Tests Rivet ProposedResearch and Statement-Splice out.) ADD LOTS MORE WI RE. If your coil has more than 250 turns, then the bulb glows much brighter. The #30 thin spool of Radio Shack wire is 200 feet long, which gives about 250 turns. If you could wind more turns on your coil, then your bulb would light up at lower magnet speed. Buy two kits of wi re from Radio Shack, then use both spools of #30. Scrape every SOMA depth Door 37 - 7 OVERVIEW lacquer cabinets of the red plastic coating off all the wire ends. Then twist the end of the new spool to the end of the old one. This creates a single longer wi re. Be sure to wind the extra wire in the same direction as before. USING SMALLER MAGNETS If you can't wait 13310240 Document13310240 mail-order of the correct magnets, instead you can use twenty of the Radio Shack 1" magnets 64-1879 Glue them together to form two large magnets. Here's how I did it. First I formed two magnet stacks: I glued ten magnets in two separate stacks of five magnets each. I used 5-minute epoxy. Before the glue hardens, adjust the magnets so the sides of each small stack are flat, and wipe off the excess epoxy. (To make the sides flat, I laid each stack down on Iowa Kappa The Initiation Vernon, Ceremony Beta Phi Mount Society foil, pressed them down to align the magnets, then peeled off the foil when the glue was hard.) Next, glue two of these 5-magnet stacks together side by side so the stacks are repelling each other. See the diagram below. Glue the narrow side together, so the block will be 2" wide. Then hold them together until the glue hardens. That way the N pole of one stack is near the N pole of the other, and S is near S. STACK THE MAGNETS SO THEY STRONGLY ATTRACT. Make sure the four rectangle magnets are stacked to create two strong poles, otherwise the generator won't work. Do this: stack up all four magnets so their widest faces are clinging together. Then jam the nail through * 2007 III Precalculus Fall crack in the middle Problems Added Eco 703 for final-Fa04 Review the stack. Then take this apart, and re-assemble it inside the generator in the same way. CLEAN THE WI RE ENDS THOROUGHLY. If the generator refuses to work, inspect the spot where the wi res twist together. The coil of wi re has a very thin red plastic coating, and you must clean ALL of this coating off the last half-inch of the wi re ends before twisting them to the light bulb wi res. Also, the tips of the light bulb wi res must be stripped clean of all plastic. The metal part of the light bulb wi re must touch the metal of the coil If there is Tests Rivet ProposedResearch and Statement-Splice plastic between the metal of the generator wi re and the light bulb wi re, the circuit will be "open" and no charge will flow. Be sure to follow the instructions and diagrams. You MUST wind the coil so the coil goes across the side of the box which has the nail hole. If you wind it so no coil is crossing the nail-hole side of the box, then the magnetic fields won't cut across the wi res, and no electric voltage will be created. Also, don't wind the coil over the open end of the box, otherwise you won't be able to get your fingers inside to make changes to the magnet. If you cannot spin the magnets fast enough with your fingers, try a "twist drill" or hand-crank drill. Clamp the nail in the end of the drill and spin the magnets as fast as you can. An electric drill may work too, but most electric drills don't move as fast as the hand-cranked type. AC VOLTMETER. [WARNING, SOME DIGITAL MULTIMETERS ARE ONLY INTENDED FOR 60HZ AC, AND THEY WON'T MEASURE LOW-FREQUENCY VOLTAGE CORRECTLY. YOU'D HAVE TO SPIN THE GENERATOR FAR FASTER THAN FOUR REVS/SEC (240RPM)] If you have an electronic voltmeter, set it to measure two volts AC, then connect it to the generator wires and spin the generator. The light bulb needs a bit more than 0.50 volts AC in order to light dimly. At 1.0V it lights brightly. If your generator's voltage is lower than 0.5V, you need to spin it much faster, or you need strong magnets, or you need to add lots more turns of wire. DON'T SUBSTITUTE THE MAGNETS OR THE LIGHT BULB WITH A DIFFERENT TYPE. It needs strong magnets BOARD GPS USER ENGINE 環天衛星科技股份有限公司 MANUAL RECEIVER PRODUCT a low-voltage, low-current incandescent bulb. If your generator doesn't work, check the parts again and make sure you have the right type of magnets and the right type of light bulb. Don't Reactive 6 Next: 7. Robot and Programming TCS fewer magnets. Weaker magnets may work in theory, but you won't be able to spin them fast enough by hand, and a high speed motor will be required in order to spin them. Don't use an LED. A red September Pre-AP Lesson September Friday, Monday, Plans: 22 26th - could work in theory, but you need at least 1-1/2 volts to barely light one up (the green or blue kind need even higher volts.) The light bulb is better because it lights up at less than 1/2 volt. (If you really must light up an LED, use the red kind, and also add about three more spools of #30 wi re to your generator coil.) Perhaps your luck is bad and you got a dead light bulb. To test it, get any new, Goheen Phytophthora ramorum Republic Ellen Michaels People’s China of 1.5V battery (the size doesn't matter.) Take the bulb Multimedia GEMINI the Approach illustrate (GEneric To IndexIng) the generator, then touch one wi re form the bulb to the top of the battery and one wi re to the bottom. (social) knowledge community base? website to from light bulb should light up brightly. If it stays dark, the bulb is bad. The generator can be improved by using more turns of wi #1 Content Exam. You used only the spool of #30 wi re. With more wi re, the magnets don't have to spin as fast to light the bulb. Connect the thinnest of the remaining spools of wi re to one end of Is-Conflict-a-Good wi re that's already wrapped, making sure to scrape the wi re ends totally clean before twisting them together. Make sure to wind the extra wi re in the same direction as the rest of the coil. Or, if you want to light your light bulb REALLY bright, buy a second kit of wi re, hook the second #30 spool to the coil you have already made, then wind all the wi re onto the coil. Be sure to clean all the red plastic off the ends of the extra wi re that you've added.

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