The " Electric Pony " is an unlimited range "Active" generation electric motorcycle.
1. Electric audio horn
2. Pneumatic "Start" valve
3. Pneumatic impeller ratio gear set 1:10 and permanent magnet dynamo
4. Throttle hand grip
5. front break master cylinder ( clutch lever left side / front break right side
6. Instrument cluster
7. Head lamp ( redundant light bulbs ie. more than one for each setting hi low beams..)
8. Turn signal and marker lamps
9. front fender
10. front tire ( solid tires )
11. front break disk - disk type
12. alternator / generator
13. Hydraulic ( silicone oil ) flow valve ( manual and electric actuation ( restricts oil flow in the
generator cycle to then govern the generator's velocity rate )
14. Combined component oil and air pressure storage tank ( silicone oil - non flammable
non electrically conductive )
15. High voltage generator Ac ( alternating current ) Dc ( direct current optional ) with magneto Dc feeds
electricity to the stator of the generator number 15 and field coil in the alternator regulated by
voltage regulator, output voltage regulated by internal voltage regulator
16. Manual transmission / clutch assemblies
17. Hydraulic impeller
18. Hydraulic impeller
19. R.P.M. ( revolutions per minute ) sensor ( regulates generator systems speed)
20. Hydraulic pump ( high speed ) with a one way valve upon the exhaust flow fitting then connecting
the flow tube number 44 to the combined component pressure storage tank.
21. Electronics bay ( control circuits "bay" contains transformers to control electrical current level and
voltage regulators for the low tension 12v Dc instrumentation circuits ( ie. lighting audio horn and
seat heater )
22. rear wheel drive shaft ( sealed )
23. Sway arms ( mounts the rear wheel )
24. Rear "drum" break assembly actuation lever
25. rear tire ( solid tires )
26. Rear "drum" break assembly
27. rear fender
28. license plate lamp housing
29. tail light / Breaking light
30. rear marker lights and rear turn signal lamps
31. tail light / Breaking light
32. Dc ( direct current ) inverter converts electricity to Ac ( alternating current )
33. Electric motor
34. 1:10 ratio gear set with hydraulic pump ( internal ) tandem rotating with the high side of the ratio
gear set then connected to number 20 , internal hydraulic impeller causing "ratio incline" counter "tilt"
35. sway arms shock absorbers ( dual system ie. sum of two one upon each sway arm )
36. main transference drive chain tension by the height of the electric drive motor , number 51
37. drive belt and pulley system ( drives the alternator's pulley to rotation )
38. Hydraulic impeller
39. "Kick" stand with retention spring to then keep the kick stand in the recessed position...
40. Front forks shock absorbers
41. Tool tank interior then contains space for extra inner tubes for the tires and space for tools
42. Motorcycle frame
43. Front break calipers ( compression pistons / break pads / and a hall effect sensor to then
determine the Mph / Kph "speed" of the motor cycle / displays upon the instrument cluster via dial..
driven by electric motor within the gauge...
44. Flow tubes
45. Air filter air intake for the manual "kick"pump / feeds pneumatic pressure tot the combined
component pressure tank number 14
46. Manual air pump "kick" bar foot placer / foot placement the bar swivels 90 degrees outward then
causing the foot placement upon the lever to be correct to compress the air pump piston the lever
then returns to the start position via tension from coil spring to begin the next stroke of the manual
air compressor, system fills air pressure to the combined component pressure storage tank.
47. Pneumatic flow tube
48. one way valve ( pneumatic ) only allows air pressure into the combined component
pressure storage tank
49. Manual air pump assembly
50. Oil fill pressure rated fill cap dip stick affixed to the center of the cap to then measure the silicone
oil level within the pressure tank
51. Main electric motor ( horse power may vary )
52. foot peg ( both sides )
53. right side break actuation lever ( rear break ) - left side of the motor cycle then as the gear selector
also a foot actuation lever
So if 50 R.P.M. equivalent is then derived from the dynamo and inverted to Ac current feeding the electric motor number 33 then with the hydraulic flow valve open and the weight of the hydraulic fluid then pressurized by air pressure ( the system does not require extremely high pneumatic pressure ranges - keeps it a safer mechanism 100 lbs. per square inch as example ) causing the "start" hydraulic pressure to then yield hydraulic pressure at 100 p.s.i. ( pounds per square inch ) to advance the hydraulic pumps to 500 R.P.M. with the ratio gear set then "counter tilting" by the ratio gear set's internal hydraulic impeller.
This is then causing a compounding effect upon the hydraulic pump number 20 to then yield a "draft" "suction" effect within the flow tubes . 50 X ( times ) 10 ( due to the ratio gear set yields = 500 r.p.m. at the pump number 20. This causes suction and yields advancement of number 18 causing the generator number 15 to then advance at hydraulic oil velocity rate plus the feed pressure from the combined component pressure storage tank ( number 14), then impaling number 17.
The oil flow post ratio gear set's internal hydraulic pump then impales the base "input / low end" of the ratio gear set at the fluid distance equivalent of 500 r.p.m. with the "counter tilt" effect then the rate incline will continue .( ie. then advancing the hydraulic pump and the generator ( number 15 ) to 5000 R.P.M. This then causes the "drafting / "suction" of hydraulic pressure across the impeller , number 18, ( intake of the oil to the hydraulic , number 20) This is then causing the generator and it's internal magneto to then produce high voltage electricity.
The force of hydraulic fluid then impaling the ratio gear sets internal hydraulic pump with the hydraulic pressure then at 100 psi. ( safety valve regulation fluid discharge ). In addition the rotation of the electric motor , number 33 is fed current produced from the dynamo ( Dc current ) post
inverter ( inverted to Ac current in
the inverter ( number 32), and regulated by the systems logic control circuits in number, 21. Yields higher speed hydraulic fluid then compounding the velocity when the fluid is then directed to the hydraulic impeller tandem rotating with the low side of the ratio gear set.
The electrical pressure then being fed to the electric motor , number 33, then has an advancing zero
point... ie the "magnetic" pressure then is forward advancing ( adding the base pressure of the pressure in the combined component pressure storage tank to the produced rotational rate, ( r.p.m. ) of the mechanism in motion..
The circumference distance then as fluid volume / rate then being dragged across number 17 at combined component pressure tank fluid pressure. The " run away effect " then governed by circuit systems referencing the r.p.m. sensor and controlling the flow restriction valve, number 13. The hydraulic pressure via fluid flow into the hydraulic impeller , number 17 is then grater then the stator / field coil resistance in the generator , number 15 and is then added to the draft effect rate of rotation.
Number 15's electrical output is the regulated by a voltage regulator in number 21 to then be controlled by a potentiometer / variable resistor "throttle" control switch with an adjustable "base idle" locking screw assembly with retention spring, before being fed to the main electric motor, number 51.
The flow tubes number 44, should have an exterior safety casing and also be grounded to control static electricity from building up and dumping the possible static to a capacitance system ( capacitor "bank" then to be controlled discharged. The capacitor "bank" then also with fault indicators and lamps upon the instrument cluster indication function status / fault. The tubes must also be rated to with stand negative pressure!
This design operates then demonstrating that unlimited electrical energy can then be extracted from a fixed pressure using a dual component pressure cycle with a counter "tilt" then also applied to the rotational rate increase to yield more electricity. Due to the increased hydraulic pressure then impaling the base of the ratio gear set within hydraulic impeller , number 38. A max hydraulic pressure safety valve will be then installed with reporting fault sensor ( safety feature ).
The max pressure safety valve ( upon number 38 ) then vents hydraulic fluid to the combined component pressure storage tank , number 14. As an option the said max pressure valve may route the hydraulic
flow ( via tube ) through an additional internal hydraulic impeller then tandem rotating with the high side of the ratio gear set in number 34, The additional hydraulic impeller will then direct the oil discharge, via tube, to the combined component pressure storage tank , number 14.
The "Start" system then is initiated via manually opening the pneumatic flow valve , number 2. This allows the air pressure stored within the pressure tank , number 14 to be discharged and cause rotation of the permanent magnet dynamo via the air flow then impaling the pneumatic impeller then advancing a ratio gear set at 1:10. The 10 side of the ratio gear set then tandem rotating with the dynamo.
The Dc electricity output then is routed to the Dc to Ac electricity current inverter . Valve number 13 is also opened as soon as the electrical current is available ( electricity then derived from the transformer within number 22 post number 15 / or number 12 - a Dc 12v alternator.
The Ac current is then fed to the control circuits within the system logic processing / control center within number 21 to then be regulated and metered by potentiometers / variable resistors and controlled by solenoids , to feed Ac current to the electric motor , number 33. This with the electric and or manual opening of the flow valve for the hydraulic oil through valve , number 13 then allows pressurized oil to then impale the series of hydraulic pumps / impellers flowing through pressure rated pipe and or tubes that may flex with pressure rated couplings upon the terminal ends of the flow tubes then being able to connect to their respective components ( ie. pumps / impellers/ pressure storage chambers).
The pneumatic feed, to then dynamo system, is the able to be automatically shut off via the pneumatic valve also actuated by electricity electric due to the fact that "draft effect" ( hydraulic suction into
pump, number 20 ) then stables the generator systems rotation... manual shut off also available for valve number 2.
The system accelerates by the "draft effect" of hydraulic pressure and with an incline rate counter "tilt" in the ratio gear set. This yields a "run away effect" to then require restriction to the slow the rate of the generator mechanism... also then yielding constant "baug" resistant electrical production, to then feed the main electric motor connected to the manual transmission , constant stable electricity in a stable / increasing power ban as a percentile of the generated current then in number 15, will increase the current level to number 33 , when the main electric motor, number 51, then requires more electricity.
The design adjust for the loading of the main electric motor by increasing the power available as it is required.
The system contains multiple pathways for low tension electricity functions to compensate for component failure ie. if the alternator goes out ( belt breaks ) then the system will auto re-route and derive electricity for the systems low tension 12v Dc current system from the transformers within number 22 from electricity post number 15.
The break levers connecting cables and clutch cord are then connected by standard cables weather protected by encapsulating sheaths and have dual stainless steel cables within each
function ( ie. two cables / metal cords then for each independent function ).
* Note - number 20 then vents hydraulic pressure ( via tube 44 ) then into combined component
pressure storage tank into the air pressure at greater rate than the discharge of oil from
the combined component pressure storage tank.
* Note - pneumatic pressurization level contained within the combined component pressure storage
tank is also then displayed upon the instrument cluster via connecting pressure sensor then
attached to the top side of the pressure tank ( mechanical pressure gauge reads out / displays
upon a dial gauge ).
* Note - instrument cluster will contain turn signal indicators , gear position selector, speed,
generator R.P.M. rate ( small dial ), main electric motor R.P.M. rate ( larger dial - same size as
the speedometer ), lamp indicator ie bulb failure indicator, ignition lock ... and key
tumbler allows for the valve number 2 to be unlocked .
* Note - the safety valve upon the hydraulic impeller then with a sensor with a gradient indication sensor
to estimate and assist level of opening then reporting to the logic control systems for the
hydraulic draft cycle "Active generator" with the opening level then also displayed upon the
dash / instrument cluster.
* Note - The fuse links for system function then placed within the electronics bay , number 21.
* Note - The valve number 2 then to "start" is mechanically unlocked by the ignition "key" and steel
cable / steel cord system then a thumb lever then upon the right side of the handlebars will
depress then opening the valve to allow pneumatic pressure to then spin the
When performing this action the valve lever will also return
to the original position with the valve itself , number 2, open still like a ratchet gear that will
then close by solenoid activated when the generator , number 15 is at speed. The valve will
then spring closed when stable rotation occurs within the main generator ( via solenoid )
closing as determined by the R.P.M. sensor upon the generator , number 15.
A systems start button also then upon the right handle grip then starts the main power system
in function... ie. tells the logic circuits to then bring the generator to it's base idle ready to then
accept the incline power feed from number 15 to number 33 also yielding number 15 at
greater rate providing more electricity for number 51 from number 15 as required... power
rate has a maximum limit due to the capacity of the electronic components operational
limits. When this function is occurring the Dc to Ac current inverter is bypassed ( separate
The hydraulic draft generator cycle is "load reactive" then with potentiometers upon
the voltage regulator then increasing the magneto's field coil / stator then causing greater
magnetic field within the generator yielding more electricity fro number 51 when demanded
from the generator. Additionally the throttle upon the handle bars then also containing
a potentiometer to then allow the current "re-dump" from the generator number 51 to
then increase the electricity to number 33.
The dual throttle cable is also then with an additional potentiometer to upon the opposite
end of the cable ( opposite from the hand grip ) to then be fixated upon a mounting bracket
with two additional potentiometers to then be wired to increase the current to number 33
when greater power is requested from number 51.
As a precaution the system contains an "all stop"
function then effecting the current feed to the main electric motor number 51 and will then
gradually decrease the current feed to then hydraulic draft cycle's electric drive motor
The system design does not require excessive "high pressures" ( air / oil ) within
the combined component pressure storage tank to operate. The system uses silicone
oil ( non conductive electrically non flammable ). An oil chiller may be added...
The "all stop" function is the upon the dash Instrument cluster as a red button with
weather proof flexible button cover. Parachute required if driving off a cliff.... hahah ahhhh.
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