JP2006217789A - Permanent magnet electric generator - Google Patents

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JP2006217789A
JP2006217789A JP2005349928A JP2005349928A JP2006217789A JP 2006217789 A JP2006217789 A JP 2006217789A JP 2005349928 A JP2005349928 A JP 2005349928A JP 2005349928 A JP2005349928 A JP 2005349928A JP 2006217789 A JP2006217789 A JP 2006217789A
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a permanent magnet electric generator that is effective for the reduction in carbon dioxides for the prevention of global warming. <P>SOLUTION: One or more pairs, each pair being made of opposite pole sides of two permanent magnets (1) are attached on an iron core A(5) around which an input side coil (2) and an output side coil (3) are wound one above another, and a smoothing circuit (4) is connected to the output side coil (3). When an iron core section within the output side coil (3) is kept in a magnetic saturation by the flux of the permanent magnets (1), and a pulse voltage is applied so as to cause a flux opposite to the flux of the permanent magnets (1) to flow through the input side coil (2), an induced electromotive force of the magnetic flux fluctuations equal to the magnetic flux fluctuations of the input side coil (2) plus the magnetic flux fluctuations of the permanent magnets (1) is generated in the output side coil (3), and energy is taken out through the smoothing circuit (4). <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2006,JPO&NCIPI

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  The present invention relates to a permanent magnet power generation device that generates power using a permanent magnet.

  Conventionally, for power generation using a permanent magnet, there are a method using the attractive force or repulsive force of a permanent magnet and a generator using an electromagnetic induction action.

However, in the method using the attractive force or repulsive force of the permanent magnet, the energy that can be taken out is less than the added energy, and similarly, the output energy is reduced due to the loss even in the generator using electromagnetic induction. Furthermore, there is a demand for power generation capable of reducing carbon dioxide for the prevention of global warming.
The present invention is intended to solve such a conventional problem, and by extracting the energy generated by the electromagnetic induction due to the magnetic flux change of the permanent magnet in addition to the input energy as the output energy, the output energy is more than the input energy. It is an object of the present invention to provide a permanent magnet power generator that takes out a large amount of.

One or more input-side coils and one or more output-side coils are wound around an iron core, and a smoothing circuit is connected to the output-side coil. Moreover, what solved the said subject by providing the permanent magnet power generator attached to the iron core more than one set by making the different magnetic pole side of the permanent magnet as a set so that the magnetic flux flows in the direction opposite to the magnetic flux of the input side coil It is.
When a pulse voltage is applied to the input side coil and a current whose magnitude in one direction changes with time is caused to flow through the input side coil, a magnetic flux whose magnitude in one direction changes with time is generated. At this time, the iron core in the coil is magnetically saturated by the magnetic flux of the permanent magnet, and if the magnetic flux of the input side coil is increased, the magnetic flux of the iron core permanent magnet in the coil will decrease. An induced electromotive force is generated by adding the amount of change in magnetic flux by the coil and the amount of change in magnetic flux of the permanent magnet flowing in the iron core in the coil. Also, when a load is connected to the output side, if the magnitude of the magnetic flux of the input side coil is kept to a certain extent, the coil on the side of the output side coil will flow even if the magnetic flux of the output side coil flows when the magnetic flux of the input side coil increases. Since the inner iron core is in a magnetic saturation state, the magnetic flux of the permanent magnet of the iron core in the coil is reduced. Also, since the magnetic flux of the output side coil is in the same direction as the magnetic flux of the permanent magnet, the total value of the magnetic flux in the iron core does not change, so the magnetic flux that cancels this magnetic flux does not flow from the input side coil. There is no increase.

  According to the present invention, an induced electromotive force is generated in the output side coil by electromagnetic induction due to the magnetic flux change amount obtained by adding the magnetic flux change amount of the input side coil and the magnetic flux change amount of the permanent magnet. In addition, since the energy of the permanent magnet is used, there is an effect of reducing carbon dioxide for preventing global warming.

Embodiments of the present invention will be described below.
(A) Two output side coils (2) connected in parallel to the iron core A (5) and the output side coil (3) are overlapped and wound.
(B) Connect the smoothing circuit (4) to the output side coil (3).
(C) The different magnetic pole sides of the two permanent magnets (1) are set as one set so that the magnetic flux flows in the direction opposite to the direction of the magnetic flux generated in the input side coil (2). Attach to.
The present invention has the above configuration.
When using the present invention, a pulse voltage is applied to the input side coil (2), and the output is taken out from the smoothing circuit (4) connected to the output side coil (3). Further, two input side coils (2) are connected in parallel to allow a large amount of magnetic flux to flow.

  In Example 1, the number of permanent magnets (1) is increased by increasing the magnetic flux of the permanent magnet (1) passing through the coil side of the iron core A (5) and increasing the induced electromotive force of the output side coil (3). There is a way to increase. The number can be increased by attaching three permanent magnets (1) as shown in FIG. 4 or attaching four permanent magnets (1) as shown in FIG.

  As Example 2, a method of increasing the induced electromotive force of the output side coil (3) by increasing the magnetic flux of the permanent magnet (1) passing through the coil side of the iron core as shown in the iron core B (6) of FIG. There is also a method of providing a gap. Since the magnetic resistance of the gap is larger than the magnetic resistance of the iron core, the magnetic flux of the permanent magnet (1) flowing through the iron core in the coil opposite to the gap increases. In order to prevent the gap and the position of the permanent magnet (1) from being shifted, a non-magnetic thin plate (9) is attached.

  As a third embodiment, there is a method of changing the shape of the iron core to a method of increasing the induced electromotive force of the output side coil (3) by increasing the magnetic flux of the permanent magnet (1) passing through the iron core in the coil. Like the iron core C (7) of FIG. 7 and the iron core D (8) of FIG. 8, the parallel magnetic path of the iron core which attaches a permanent magnet (1) is increased, and the magnetic flux which passes along the iron core of a coil part is increased.

  As a power generation device effective in reducing carbon dioxide for the prevention of global warming, it can be used as a power source when directly charging a storage battery.

    1 is an external view showing the configuration of a permanent magnet power generator according to the present invention.     Circuit diagram     Perspective view of the iron core     The perspective view of the iron core part of Example 1     The perspective view of the iron core part of Example 1     The perspective view of the iron core part of Example 2     The perspective view of the iron core part of Example 3     The perspective view of the iron core part of Example 3

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(1) Permanent magnet (2) Input side coil (3) Output side coil (4) Smoothing circuit (5) Iron core A (6) Iron core B
(7) Iron core C (8) Iron core D (9) Thin plate

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  1.   Two permanent magnets with different magnetic poles as one set, one or more sets of one or more input side coils and one or more output side coils wrapped around an iron core attached to one or more sets, and a smoothing circuit connected to the output side coil A pulse voltage is applied to the input side coil, and a magnetic flux whose size changes in the opposite direction to the magnetic flux of the permanent magnet is caused to flow through the iron core of the coil portion, thereby changing the magnitude of the magnetic flux of the permanent magnet. A permanent magnet power generator characterized in that an induced electromotive force is generated in an output side coil by a magnetic flux change amount obtained by adding a magnetic flux change amount of a side coil and a magnetic flux change amount of a permanent magnet.
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JP2007318992A (en) * 2007-04-25 2007-12-06 Yasuhisa Tanaka Permanent magnet generator
WO2009065219A1 (en) * 2007-11-23 2009-05-28 Richard Willis Electrical generator
WO2009137907A1 (en) * 2008-05-12 2009-11-19 Sophie Hofbauer V-meg-0 magneto-electric circuit optimizer
CN103825497A (en) * 2014-02-25 2014-05-28 周大同 Pulse electromagnetism engine
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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
JP2007318992A (en) * 2007-04-25 2007-12-06 Yasuhisa Tanaka Permanent magnet generator
WO2009065219A1 (en) * 2007-11-23 2009-05-28 Richard Willis Electrical generator
WO2009137907A1 (en) * 2008-05-12 2009-11-19 Sophie Hofbauer V-meg-0 magneto-electric circuit optimizer
CN103825497A (en) * 2014-02-25 2014-05-28 周大同 Pulse electromagnetism engine
CN103825497B (en) * 2014-02-25 2016-01-27 周阳阳 Pulse electromagnetic engine
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