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Compound Dynamo "Draft Accelerator"

The "compound dynamo" is a generator system implementing pneumatic pressure to then cause high speed rotation of a generator ( may produce Ac ( alternating current ) or Dc (direct current ) for application where a source of electrical energy is required.

Directly above please find the "Compound Dynamo" with a pneumatic "counter tilt" to then assist in the reduction of resistance produced by the ratio gear set and magnetic fields. The pneumatic impeller then between number 3 and number 4  is then tandem rotating with the connected drive shaft that is the high end rotational output of the ratio gear set and tandem rotating with the armature of the electric motor , number 4.

The design reintroduces electricity into the permanent magnetic Stator then increasing the magnetic field by causing an electromagnet in the field coil and yielding more electricity output from the dynamo's armature.

Because of the pneumatic pressure then causing rotation the magnetic "pressure" / causing rotation, within the electric motor number 4... the forward advancement of magnetic pressure is demonstrated , In effect this is the advancement of the "zero point" / start point of magnetic pressure "application point" this causes the same or greater level "force" at increasing rates of rotation to then counter act the "gain resistance" when speeding a generator up.

  The speed of the system is then caused by counteracting the resistance produced in the ratio gear set  by electrifying the electric motor number 4. An electric "counter tilt" technique.

The pneumatic flow cycle then via flow tubes/ pressure rated pipe..  will be of sufficient diameter to then allow for pneumatic pressure to travel, via tube, from number 11 to number 13 and onto numbers 1,5, and 12 then returning to number 11 with pressure rated couplings upon the system at each junction., . In number 12 venturi restriction via funnel then increasing the pneumatic pressure and speed within number 17 that is directed then to the ratio gear set's internal "counter tilt" pneumatic impeller.This then allows the pneumatic draft cycle to increase the air flow velocity. The flow tubes will be electrically grounded. Final electrical out is volt regulated in number 9 for external application.

The "counter tilt" pneumatic impeller is tandem rotating with the high side of the ratio gear set's out put drive shaft connected to the armature of the electric motor number 4 and air pump , number 5, causing rotation. Number 17 is a smaller flow pipe diameter to then increase pneumatic velocity flow in pipe number 17. The "start cycle" may require the elongation of the flow tube between number 5 and valve number 12... then giving more "travel distance" for the start air pressure. The elongation is called a "travel coil".

The reason for the max pressure safety valve is that the flow system may be bi directional...

Prior to starting the system the valves , number 12 and 13 are then caused to retain the pressure tank air pressure yet to then vent the travel tube / connecting pipe to produce a lower pressure for the system to begin motion with flow of air pressure. An additional 12v Dc electric air compressor ( piston type) may be added to the system to automatically re-pressurize the lost pressure when venting the travel coil prior to system "Start Up". The said air pump/ air compressor  then connected via hose with one way valve venting into number 11.

The pneumatic impeller , number 1 (between the max pressure safety valves , number 8 ) then is tandem rotating with the dynamos armature and tandem rotating with union with the input torque to the ratio gear set , number 3.

The variable resistors control the electricity current level into the components upon the circuit... the max pressure safety valve sensor when actuated will send electrical signal to the logic processing electronics then causing an automatic reduction in electricity to the variable resistors and valve control solenoids causing safe operation.

The pneumatic flow will then be restricted  by the "run" flow valve number 13 should the max pressure safety valve sensor be activated ( multi stage of actuation ie. multiple settings....)

* number 14 can be used to fill air pressure

* number 15 is a "solenoid" with automatic positioning via systems electronics....

*note - The above design system ( flow cycle) may also be used with a hydraulic fluid then pressurized by pneumatic pressure so that the pneumatic impeller becomes a hydraulic impeller and the air pump then becomes a hydraulic pump. The  hydraulic oil then will be a non flammable non electrically conductive silicone oil . The modification will include a max pressure / over pressure.. safety pressure relief valve upon the ratio gear sets internal hydraulic impeller with an oil flow discharge tube having a one way valve to then return the hydraulic  "oil" to the pressure tank containing oil under air pressure.

With the hydraulic flow style system the start sequence is a bit different and will be as follows; with the system correctly pneumatically pressurized the flow tube between number 13 and number 12 will then drained at number 13 through vent number 14 ), of oil prior to starting the system via additional oil pump ( "manual pump" or "electric oil pump" rotation by additional electric motor rotating an oil pump powered by battery in number 10) to then allow for the pressurized silicone oil to then discharge from the oil / air pressure pressure tank.The oil exiting the combined component pressure tank ( oil /air tank) will then enter a flow tube coupled to the one way valve then upon the combined component pressure storage tank number 11.

* Note - Because this is a pneumatic cycle, though being vacuum, capacitance may still form in the pneumatic / vacuum flow system ( flow tubes) so within the electronics , number 7 the control of the static electricity will be then controlled by ( collect in transformer - controlled volt regulated arc at capacitor "full".... )
or other controlled route....