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Title:
ELECTRIC MOTOR-GENERATOR AS ALLEGED PERPETUUM MOBILE
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2006/108146
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The present invention intends to attain the objective of generating a new drive force additionally and constantly during rotation generated by the driving force from the outside at any rotational frequency inside the mechanism. The present invention comprises a system for synchronously rotating or moving (linear driving) a generator and a motor with a permanent magnet or an electromagnet; the system is supplied with an external drive force to enable a power generator to generate electric powers; the power is supplied to the motor directly or via a phase adjustment device synchronously to cause a phase difference between the rotary magnetic pole generated by the stator in the motor and the magnetic pole on the rotor, and thereby enable the motor rotor to generate a drive force additionally at any rotation frequency of the external drive machinery.

Inventors:
Kinoshita, Yukio (2-7-8, Mikanoharamachi Hitachi-shi, Ibaragi-ken, JP)
Application Number:
PCT/US2006/013071
Publication Date:
October 12, 2006
Filing Date:
April 06, 2006
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
Inoki, Kanji (104 West 40th Street, #1510 New York, NY, 10018, US)
INTERNATIONAL NATURAL POWER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. (Kyowa-daini Building 4th Floor, 2-7-8 Shibadaimon Mitato-K, Tokyo, 105-0012, JP)
Kinoshita, Yukio (2-7-8, Mikanoharamachi Hitachi-shi, Ibaragi-ken, JP)
International Classes:
H02K53/00
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Adams, Lindsay S. (7 Times Square, New York, NY, 10036-7311, US)
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Claims:
Claims
1. Claim 1 A drive force generation mechanism characterized by the fact that it comprises a system for synchronously rotating or moving a generator and a motor with a permanent magnet or an electromagnet; the system is supplied with an external drive force to enable a power generator to generate electric powers; the power is supplied to the motor directly or via a phase adjustment device synchronously to cause a phase difference between the rotary magnetic pole generated by the stator in the motor and the magnetic pole on the rotor, and thereby enable the motor rotor to generate a drive force additionally at any rotation frequency of the external drive machinery.
2. Claim.
3. The drive force generation mechanism according to claim 1 characterized by a simple structure in which a synchronous power generator is combined with the power generator, and a synchronous electric motor is combined with the motor to cause synchronization without a controller, thereby enabling the rotor to generate a drive force additionally.
4. Claim.
5. The drive force generation mechanism according to claim 1 characterized by a single or multiple multiphase synchronizers wherein the power generation function and the motor drive function interact with each other in each synchronizer, thereby enabling the common rotor or main rotor to generate a drive force additionally.
6. Claim.
7. The drive force generation mechanism according to any one of Claim 1 to Claim 3 characterized by a configuration using a bobbin type stator for the stator.
8. Claim.
9. The drive force generation mechanism according to any one of Claim 1 to Claim 4 wherein the drive force generation mechanism is rendered applicable to not only rotary machines but also all kinds of mobile machineries such as linear motors and flywheel type energy storage devices.
10. Claim.
11. The drive force generation mechanism according to any one of Claim 1 to Claim 5 wherein a superconductive coil is used for coils of the stator or the rotor of the power generator or the motor thereby increasing power generation capacity with the additional drive force.
12. Claim.
13. The drive force generation mechanism according to any one of Claim 1 to Claim 6 wherein the stator of the derive force generation mechanism is mounted on the outer frame of the power generator or the motor while the rotor of the drive force generation mechanism is mounted on a part of the rotor shaft so as to face the stator, the shaft and the bearing in the power generator or the motor are shaped and bearing loss is reduced.
14. Claim.
15. The drive force generation mechanism according to in Claim 7 wherein the inside of the outer frame of the power generator or the motor has a seal structure wherein a vacuum ambience is maintained, and a drive force generation mechanism is installed, thereby reducing windage loss.
16. Claim.
17. The drive force generation mechanism according to any one of Claim 1 to Claim 8 wherein the shaft core of the power generator or the motor is positioned perpendicular to the bearing to reduce bearing loss and, at the same time, the electromagnetic buoyancy acting between the rotor and the stator iron core is balanced with the selfweight of the rotor, thereby reducing bearing loss significantly.
18. Claim.
19. The drive force generation mechanism according to any one of Claim 1 to Claim 9 further comprising a multipower generation system comprising multiple power generators, and power generation capacity is significantly increased with the additional drive force of each power generator.
Description:
Drive Force Generation Mechanism

FIELD OF THE INVENTION

[0001] The present invention relates to a drive force generation mechanism in which a single or multiple synchronous electric generators with a rotor (mobile member) using a permanent magnet or electromagnet and a synchronous electric motor are combined together to rotate the input shaft being driven by the force from the outside; and the power generated by the generator is supplied to the motor to enable the input shaft to generate a drive force additionally.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

[0002] There is no mechanism in which a drive force is additionally generated without transfer of energy from the exterior on earth at present.

[0003] One of the technologies associated with this invention is disclosed in Japanese Patent Application No. 2004-19748.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

[0004] The present invention intends to attain the objective of generating a new drive force additionally and constantly during rotation generated by an external drive force at any rotational frequency inside the mechanism by paying attention to the fact that, generation of the additional drive force is directly related to the improved magnetic flux density of the gap between a rotor and a stator, and the arrangement of a rotary magnetic field and a magnet in a synchronous electric motor or a synchronous generator.

[0005] In order to attain the above-mentioned objective, this invention is described by describing the means to solve the problems step by step.

The first embodiment is characterized by the fact that it comprises a system for synchronously rotating or moving (linear driving) a generator and a motor with a permanent magnet or an electromagnet; the system is supplied with an external drive force to enable a power generator to generate electric powers; the power is supplied to the motor directly or via a phase adjustment device synchronously to cause a phase difference between the rotary magnetic pole generated by the stator in the motor and the magnetic pole on the rotor, and thereby enable the motor rotor to generate a drive force additionally at any rotation frequency of the external drive machinery.

[0006] The second embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in the first embodiment, the system has a simple structure in which a synchronous power generator is combined with the power generator, and a synchronous electric motor is combined with the motor to cause synchronization without a controller, thereby enabling the rotor to generate a drive force additionally.

[0007] The third embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in the first embodiment, the system comprises a single or multiple multiphase synchronizers wherein the power generation function and the motor drive function interact with each other in each synchronizer, thereby enabling the common rotor or main rotor (planet drive system) to generate a drive force additionally.

[0008] The fourth embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in any one of the first to the third embodiment, provides the system with a simple configuration by using a bobbin type stator for the stator.

[0009] The fifth embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in any one of the first to fourth embodiment, the drive force generation mechanism is rendered applicable to not only rotary

machines but also all kinds of mobile machineries such as linear motors and flywheel type energy storage devices.

[0010] The sixth embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in any one of the first to fifth embodiments, a superconductive coil is used for coils of the stator or the rotor of the power generator or the motor thereby increasing power generation capacity with the additional drive force.

[0011] The seventh embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in any one of the first to sixth embodiments, the stator of the derive force generation mechanism is mounted on the outer frame of the power generator or the motor while the rotor of the drive force generation mechanism is mounted on a part of the rotor shaft so as to face the stator, the shaft and the bearing in the power generator or the motor are shaped and a reduction of bearing loss becomes possible.

[0012] The eighth embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in the seventh embodiment, the inside of the outer frame of the power generator or the motor has a seal structure wherein a vacuum ambience is maintained, and a drive force generation mechanism is installed, thereby making it possible to reduce windage loss.

[0013] The ninth embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in any of the first to eight embodiments, the shaft core of the power generator or the motor is positioned perpendicular to the bearing to reduce bearing loss and, at the same time, the electromagnetic buoyancy acting between the rotor and the stator iron core is balanced with the self- weight of the rotor, thereby rendering a reduction of bearing loss possible.

[0014] The tenth embodiment is characterized by the fact that any one of the first to ninth embodiments is applied to a multi-power generation system comprising multiple power

generators, and power generation capacity can be increased with the additional drive force of each power generator.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

[0015] Fig. 1 is the drive force generation mechanism of the present invention.

Fig. 2 is the system diagram of the drive force generation mechanism of the present invention. Reference Symbols 1 : Drive Force Generator

2: End Bracket

3: Stator Frame

4: Power Generator Stator

5: Rotor

6: Bearing

7: Motor Stator

8, 81: Rotor Shaft 10: Prime Mover 11 : Phase Regulator 12: Connection Cable 15 : Power Generator Winding 16 : Motor Winding 41 : Power Generator 71: Motor

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0016] The drive force generator of the present invention drive force generator is depicted in Fig. 1 and Fig. 2.

Reference Numeral 1 denotes a cross-sectional structure of the drive force generator of the present invention; Reference Numeral 2 denotes an end bracket; Reference Numeral 3 denotes a bearing; Reference Numeral 4 denotes a stator of a power generator; Reference Numeral 5 denotes a rotor used for a power generator and a motor in common; Reference Numeral 6 denotes a bearing; Reference Numeral 7 denotes a motor stator, Reference Numeral 8 denotes a rotary shaft; Reference Numerals 15 and 16 denote windings of a power generator and of a motor respectively.

Reference Numeral 10 denotes a prime mover to drive the drive force generation mechanism of the present invention, and can be any type such as motors, engines, turbines, windmills, water wheels, and human powers. Reference Numeral 8 is the rotor shaft which is tightened to the rotor of synchronous generator 41 and the synchronous electric motor 71; Reference Numeral 11 is a phase adjustment device to adjust the phase of a current which flows through connection cable 12 when the power generated by synchronous generator 41 is supplied to a synchronous electric motor through connection cable 12 to optimize the output of drive force generator 1.

For the effects of the present invention, the first embodiment is characterized by the fact that it comprises a system for synchronously rotating or moving (linear driving) a generator (the power generation section when power generation and electric driving are carried out in the same equipment) and a motor (the motor section when power generation and electric driving are generated by the same equipment) with a permanent magnet or an electromagnet;

the system is supplied with an external drive force to enable a power generator (the power generation section) to generate electric powers; the power is supplied to the motor (the motor section) directly or via a phase adjustment device synchronously to cause a phase difference between the rotary magnetic pole generated by the stator in the motor and the magnetic pole on the rotor; in this way, the pole of the stator and the pole of the a rotor maintain a relative position persistently during any rotation or movement; and suction and repulsion always act between both poles of the stator and the rotor, and thereby enable the motor rotor (mobile machinery) to generate a drive force additionally at any rotation frequency (moving speed) of the external drive machinery.

The second embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in the first embodiment, the system has a simple structure in which a synchronous power generator (the power generation function section when power generation and electric driving are carried out in the same equipment) is combined with the power generator, and a synchronous electric motor (the motor function section when power generation and electric driving are generated by the same equipment) is combined with the motor to cause synchronization without an controller, thereby enabling the rotor to generate a drive force additionally.

[0017] The third embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in the first embodiment, the system comprises a single or multiple multiphase synchronizers wherein the power generation function and the motor drive function interact with each other in each synchronizer, thereby enabling the common rotor or main rotor (planet drive system) to generate a drive force additionally.

[0018] The fourth embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in any one of the first to third embodiment, provides the system with a simple configuration by using a bobbin type stator for

the stator.

[0019] The fifth embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in any of the first to fourth embodiments, the drive force generation mechanism is rendered applicable to not only rotary machines but also all kinds of mobile machines such as linear motors and flywheel type energy storage devices.

[0020] The sixth embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in any one of the first to fifth embodiments, a superconductive coil is used for coils of the stator or the rotor of the power generator or the motor, thereby increasing power generation capacity with the additional drive force.

[0021] The seventh embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in any one of the first to sixth embodiments, the stator of the derive force generation mechanism is mounted on the outer frame of the power generator or the motor while the rotor of the drive force generation mechanism is mounted on a part of the rotor shaft so as to face the stator, the shaft and the bearing in the power generator or the motor are shaped and a reduction of bearing loss becomes possible.

[0022] The eighth embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in the seventh embodiment, the inside of the outer frame of the power generator or the motor has a seal structure wherein a vacuum ambience is maintained, and a drive force generation mechanism is installed, thereby making it possible to reduce windage loss.

[0023] The ninth embodiment is characterized by the fact that, in any of the first to eight embodiments, the shaft core of the power generator or the motor is positioned perpendicular to the bearing to reduce bearing loss and, at the same time, the electromagnetic buoyancy acting between the rotor and the stator iron core is balanced with the self- weight of the rotor, thereby

rendering a reduction of bearing loss possible.

[0024] The tenth embodiment is characterized by the fact that any one of the first to ninth embodiments is applied to a multi-power generation system comprising multiple power generators, and power generation capacity can be increased with the additional drive force of each power generator.

[0025] The present invention has a very wide range of applications in all types of driving devices such as general industrial devices, home electric appliances, devices for automobiles and vehicles, and medical devices. It can also be applied to all types of power generators utilizing wind power, hydraulic power, thermal power, and the like.