If I had two stators both same amps and size say 15 amps 120v, and I connected both rotors together with a belt. If I put 120v Ac to one of the stators, and it turns the other stator how much power would you get back from the other stator? I know there is lose, but how would I find out how much lose. If it was a hundred percent efficient would you get the same power back out? Is the power that is generated by a stator the same as the power that it takes to run it? I would like to take a bike and build a stator in both hubs of the front and rear wheel. My idea is to have two sets of batteries. I want to put a switch where I can run both stators at once or just run one and have the other recharging the battery pack that is not in use. I know it will have significant loss. I wanted to build a set up where I can test out a couple different configurations. I’m having trouble calculating the loss of what I’m putting into the stators vs what I can recover from the stator that will not be running. Nothing is free energy, but I was hoping that this set up could prolong the range of my battery packs. Kind of like top speed uses both stators and low speed uses one with the other generating power. |