## Wednesday, March 13, 2024

100% Self Running Free Energy Fan Device With DC Motor And Magnet

Here is my explanation in response to people who wrote to me regarding this famous video showing a PC fan of a few watts used as a generator with some other device to supposedly operate 3 70 watt bulbs...

First: Magnets are not a source of ENERGY! secondo all his other devices that he used only work in one direction and therefore cannot convert direct current into alternating current... and that alternating current of the fan into direct current.

• Producing electricity with a bicycle: Producing electricity from our own power has always interested us. We do not always realize the equivalence between the energy consumption of a device and the effort required to produce all this energy. We decided to take up the challenge by manufacturing a support allowing electricity to be produced from a bicycle. The results we obtain are surprising provided we can maintain a very intense effort for a very long time! We also offer an analysis of human energy as a source of energy.

• Excerpts:

As we have just exceeded 200W without difficulty we will try to produce even more, the maximum we are capable of doing.

We use a resistor whose value has been calculated in order to best exploit the characteristics of the motor. It is immersed in water to cool it as much as possible because all the energy produced will be transformed into heat.

At this precise moment we produce 38.3V and still 14.5A, which makes 555W, it's incredible. For years we have been looking to know precisely how much power we could produce with a bicycle generator and the least we can say is that this value really satisfies us! With such power we can power either a drill or two halogen lamps, 4 TVs, 8 Hi-Fi systems, 16 computers, 32 eco lamps, 64 radios, 128 mobile phones, and nearly 40,000 LEDs which would light up as strong as this one!

In this part we will try to answer the following three questions, can we produce more than 550Watts with our own power? Is human energy ecological and can a bicycle generator replace an electricity subscription?

The power produced in this experiment corresponds to the electrical energy actually produced by the generator. But from the legs to the resistance there are many losses: friction at the chain, in the generator, in the air but especially between the two wheels because the pressure is high. It is estimated that the power lost is between 100 and 200W, just that! We therefore provided at best a power of around 700W.

Is human energy ecological? We are tempted to say yes since there is no heat engine and therefore no greenhouse gas emissions. This is not entirely fair, once again we can compare our body to an engine, we can for example simplify our metabolism by the combustion of sugar which, as with hydrocarbons, releases water vapor but also carbon dioxide. Ultimately the only reason that explains why we pollute less than a car engine is that we are 300 times less powerful and therefore consume approximately 300 times less fuel.

We must also take into account the pollution generated by the manufacturing of “fuel”. To produce a kilogram of gasoline, we release 20% of CO2 in addition to what is released during consumption. To produce one kilogram of Beef we release 1700% of CO2 in addition to what is released during consumption, it's enormous.

Should we therefore abandon human energy? No, definitely not! Whatever happens, our body consumes energy which it releases mainly in the form of heat. Over the course of a day, doing a little sport represents a fairly low excess consumption. The pollution generated by the production of our food is significant but necessary, the same cannot be said for a car used to buy a baguette 500m away...

100% Self Running Free Energy Fan Device With DC Motor And Magnet

Here is my explanation in response to people who wrote to me regarding this famous video showing a PC fan of a few watts used as a generator with some other device to supposedly operate 3 70 watt bulbs...

First: Magnets are not a source of ENERGY! secondo all his other devices that he used only work in one direction and therefore cannot convert direct current into alternating current... and that alternating current of the fan into direct current.

• Producing electricity with a bicycle: Producing electricity from our own power has always interested us. We do not always realize the equivalence between the energy consumption of a device and the effort required to produce all this energy. We decided to take up the challenge by manufacturing a support allowing electricity to be produced from a bicycle. The results we obtain are surprising provided we can maintain a very intense effort for a very long time! We also offer an analysis of human energy as a source of energy.

• Excerpts:

As we have just exceeded 200W without difficulty we will try to produce even more, the maximum we are capable of doing.

We use a resistor whose value has been calculated in order to best exploit the characteristics of the motor. It is immersed in water to cool it as much as possible because all the energy produced will be transformed into heat.

At this precise moment we produce 38.3V and still 14.5A, which makes 555W, it's incredible. For years we have been looking to know precisely how much power we could produce with a bicycle generator and the least we can say is that this value really satisfies us! With such power we can power either a drill or two halogen lamps, 4 TVs, 8 Hi-Fi systems, 16 computers, 32 eco lamps, 64 radios, 128 mobile phones, and nearly 40,000 LEDs which would light up as strong as this one!

In this part we will try to answer the following three questions, can we produce more than 550Watts with our own power? Is human energy ecological and can a bicycle generator replace an electricity subscription?

The power produced in this experiment corresponds to the electrical energy actually produced by the generator. But from the legs to the resistance there are many losses: friction at the chain, in the generator, in the air but especially between the two wheels because the pressure is high. It is estimated that the power lost is between 100 and 200W, just that! We therefore provided at best a power of around 700W.

Is human energy ecological? We are tempted to say yes since there is no heat engine and therefore no greenhouse gas emissions. This is not entirely fair, once again we can compare our body to an engine, we can for example simplify our metabolism by the combustion of sugar which, as with hydrocarbons, releases water vapor but also carbon dioxide. Ultimately the only reason that explains why we pollute less than a car engine is that we are 300 times less powerful and therefore consume approximately 300 times less fuel.

We must also take into account the pollution generated by the manufacturing of “fuel”. To produce a kilogram of gasoline, we release 20% of CO2 in addition to what is released during consumption. To produce one kilogram of Beef we release 1700% of CO2 in addition to what is released during consumption, it's enormous.

Should we therefore abandon human energy? No, definitely not! Whatever happens, our body consumes energy which it releases mainly in the form of heat. Over the course of a day, doing a little sport represents a fairly low excess consumption. The pollution generated by the production of our food is significant but necessary, the same cannot be said for a car used to buy a baguette 500m away...