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Date Adds Wednesday 29th of March 2017 01:08:37 AM
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The proposed mini-electricity generator project is simple to build Bike Accessories and may be used by students as being a school project, or simply for hobbyists. The create can be used to charge an electric battery with electricity made out of wind power.

A dynamo is a type of alternator commonly associated with bicycles for generating electricity utilized for lighting a small head lamp. The unit eliminates the need of an assortment and provides an easy alternative for illuminating a lamp whenever the bicycle is within motion.

eval(ez_write_tag([[468,60],'brighthubengineering_com-banner-1','ezslot_6']));A dynamo is a nice interesting little generator which starts generating pure electricity the minute its wheel is rotated. Basically, it truely does work on the fundamental principles of electromagnetism where current is induced in coils of copper wire under the influence of a rotating magnetic flux, generated by alternate shifting in the magnets North and south poles.

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, 4000);Before we move on to the actual project, interested enthusiasts may try creating a homemade dynamo with the help with the explanation provided in the following section.

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You will be needing the following materials:


Bend the iron bar in 'U" shape with dimensions as shown in the diagram.

Cover the horizontal portion of the 'U" using a reasonably thick paper former or insulate it with many kind of PVC tape.

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, 4000);Wind the copper wire neatly and gently over the above dressed section from the 'U" channel, through uniform overlapping steps, til you have at least 6 inches of wire ends left for external connections.

Take the magnet and fix it (by gluing or some other suitable method) over the central metal rod and arrange the mechanism just like directed inside diagram.

Connect the coil ends to a smaller 3 volt torch bulb.

Now it's only a matter of rotating the central rod/magnet assembly you'd like the mechanism permits.

If the winding and the mechanism specifications are perfectly optimized, it'll instantly develop a nice glow over the filament in the bulb.

Your homemade DIY dynamo is ready.

However, the above mentioned make is not even close to some readymade dynamo as far as efficiency can be involved, so for your next main project, we'd want to procure a quality readymade bicycle dynamo.

In one of my previous articles we discussed the construction of a windmill generator utilizing an ordinary motor. In the article I recommended the use with the anemometer principle while designing the propellers. The reason behind this was to avoid the inclusion of cumbersome rudders and complicated pivot mechanism. The propellers associated with anemometers usually do not depend on wind directions and Buy are capable of producing consistent, unidirectional, high-speed revolutions under most wind conditions.

Although using a stepper motor comes with an advantage of driving the stress (charging batteries) directly, without the need of an external circuit, these devices is costly and requirements higher wind speeds for max saturating levels. Moreover, new electronic enthusiasts are often confused with the specifications while procuring them.

Here, the usage of a bicycle dynamo makes all the procedures very simple, however considering that the unit generates electricity at relatively lower levels, it may require an external voltage booster circuit for driving a large quanity consistently. In the present application we're able to use the generated voltage for charging many Ni-Cd cells (1.2 V each) in series.

The mechanical set up illustrated within the diagram is self-explanatory and fairly simple to construct. As per what the law states of the second of inertia, longer propeller shafts will assist to generate greater torque and thus higher currents through the dynamo.

Practically though, you will find, only at optimum speeds, the generator produces voltages above 4 volts. Therefore, to acheive this voltage, which can be ideally designed for the application even during dull wind speeds, we're going to require a voltage booster circuit or what's popularly know as the 'charge pump" circuit.

The simple charge pump circuit shown this is simplicity itself. By interconnecting six NOT gates or CMOS inverters, inside the way shown inside diagram, you can boost any voltage at its input to a lot more than twice the level at its output.

Now all is here fixing the levels in order and getting the required results.

Parts Required

You will require the following parts in making this wind mill dynamo circuit:

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