The Principle of Free Energy Generator

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The free energy generator is based on the energy conversion principle existing in nature and converts it into electrical energy through scientific and technological means.

Free energy generators use various energy sources in nature, such as solar energy, water energy, wind energy, etc. After professional design and optimization, they are converted into electrical energy through generators. Among them, solar power generation is the most common way, which converts sunlight into electrical energy through solar panels; hydropower generation uses the kinetic energy of water movement and converts it into electrical energy through turbines; wind power generation uses wind turbines to convert wind energy into electricity.

The advantage of the free energy generator is that it is not limited by energy sources, does not need to consume fossil energy, does not cause pollution to the environment, and is highly renewable. Therefore, in future energy development, free energy generators will become an important development direction.

Overview of Free Energy Generators

1. Introduction

A generator is a machine that generates electricity from fossil fuels, hydropower, solar energy, tidal energy, wind energy, and geothermal energy, such as turbogenerators, internal combustion generators, and hydroelectric generators used in power plants.
A free energy generator is a generator system that can realize self-power supply, self-circulation, and self-operation. When the start-up requires external power input, the output power needs to be greater than the input power, and the COP of the generator is >1.

2. Purpose

A free energy generator is a machine that generates electricity without using any fossil fuels.

3. Implementation method

Free energy generators can be implemented in two ways: (1) mechanically and (2) electronically.
Mechanical methods use electric motors (or magnetic motors) and generators. Electronics use electronic components.
The mechanical method consists of an electric motor or magnetic motor, an alternator, and a battery.
The electronic method is assembled by inductors, iron cores, magnets, and capacitors.
In a mechanical way, it is divided into two types :

(1) the magnetic motor drives the generator to generate electricity, and (2) the electric motor drives the generator to generate electricity. The generator is driven by a magnetic motor to generate electricity. The magnetic motor uses the principle that the north and south magnetic poles repel each other. The magnets in the stator and rotor of the magnetic motor are specially arranged and are assisted by electromagnets or mechanical devices to generate continuous rotation and drive the generator to generate electricity. The electric motor drives the generator to generate electricity, and the induction motor is used to match the generator. Induction motors require an external power source to start. When the electric motor is started, the generator generates electricity immediately. At this time, the electric energy generated by the generator is switched, and the supply motor continues to rotate to drive the alternator to continuously generate electricity. Therefore, the motor and generator constitute a self-powered and self-operating power generation system.

In the electronic method, electronic components such as inductors, capacitors, resistors, and semiconductor field effect transistors are used. This static generator needs to be started with an external power source. Self-powered operation is then possible.

4. Advantages

The advantages of free energy generators are:

(1) It does not consume fossil fuels, which is conducive to ecological and environmental protection.

(2) One-time investment, long-term use, reducing power generation costs.

5. Development History

Free energy generators have been studied more than one hundred years ago. At present, free energy power generation has become a very hot and fashionable topic. Many countries have promoted and used free energy generators on a small scale. Free energy generators are full of competition and challenges around the world.

6. Conclusion

The development of free energy generators is revolutionary, innovative, and applicable. This technology should continue to be improved and developed.

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