Electro-Magnetic Induction: Free Electricity Generator

15 Pages Posted: 26 Nov 2019

Date Written: May 18, 2017


The study for the search of renewable sources of energy is now a major concern worldwide as replacement to the high demand of fossil fuels. Majority of the electricity that is generated uses the Faraday's law, the electromagnetic induction. This law led to new technologies that even brought up the misconception of free energy. Energy only becomes free if we don't have to pay for the generation of it; hence we resort to abundant sources of energy that we can convert into electricity. The researcher used wind to generate power. It will continuously pass the blades of the fan causing it to rotate. The generator is mounted into a vehicle exposing the blades into turbulent wind, rotating the shaft to generate power and, is extracted and stored into a battery. The process also demonstrates the conversion of kinetic energy from the wind into mechanical power. Results on different settings are compared to identify the best scenario that will generate usable amount of energy and adjustments on the design of the prototype to meet the needs of the end users. The energy generated can be used in numerous applications such as powering and charging mobile devices, powering small light emitting diodes and bulbs. This study focuses on the construction of the generator and evaluating the device to identify its possible applications and future enhancements. This prototype may impact and attract future researchers to work more on the research of free energy or renewable energy.

Keywords: electro-magnetic induction, wind energy, electricity, renewable energy

Suggested Citation

David, Albert Patrick, Electro-Magnetic Induction: Free Electricity Generator (May 18, 2017). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3486740 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3486740

Albert Patrick David (Contact Author)

Bulacan State University ( email )

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Malolos City, Bulacan 3000
+63 44 919 7800 (Phone)

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