Based on over 5 years of experience, building prototypes and conducting tests, Allmansland has succeeded in developing a device, conceptually and structurally inspired by the alternating motion of the combustion engine, that can convert magnetic energy into electricity in an efficient, sustainable and reliable way.
The operation of this device produces the rotational strength necessary to allow a dynamo to function, therefore providing an even and continuous flow of electrical energy that can be used directly or sold to the electricity network.
When implemented in residential, industrial and transportation sectors, this innovation will generate a drastic reduction of pollution by eliminating CO2 and NOx emissions entirely.
The standard motor is made of aluminium, measures 35 x 35 x 25 cm and weighs about 30 kg. More than 80% of the motor’s components can be made out of carbon fiber, which is 40% lighter than aluminium and 10 times more rigid, enabling the use of much stronger magnets.
The nature of the permanent magnets limits the motor to only one available rotational speed, which is defined during assembly at the factory (default of 3000 RPM), essentially making it an ON/OFF motor. The motor can be controlled manually, as well as remotely by providing a 12V DC electric impulse to the appropriate inlet.
The resizability of the motor is limited, but its single rotational speed allows for the chaining of multiple motors to obtain a more powerful compound power unit. The ON/OFF controls (both manual and electrical) are connected, and acting on the last motor of the chain is enough to control the operation of all the motors at once.
The earth metals used in the Autonomous Motor are rare-earth magnets, like neodymium and samarium-cobalt magnets. These magnets are incredibly strong, with magnetic fields exceeding 1.4 Tesla compared to 0.5 to 1.0 Tesla for ferrite or ceramic magnets.
The use of permanent magnets makes the motor completely autonomous and pollution-free.
Autonomous Electricity Generator
The Autonomous Motor enables the production of the Autonomous Electricity Generator : The Autonomous Electricity Generator is composed of an Autonomous Motor, a centrifugal clutch, a gearbox, a windturbine dynamo, a fan, a control panel and a status indicator, it measures 50 x 50 x 100 cm and weighs about 100 kg. The centrifugal clutch allows for a smoother start of the motor before coupling it to the gearbox, which provides the reduction of the rotational speed from the motor‘s 3000 RPM to the 800 RPM for the dynamo. The dynamo is a low torque low speed windturbine alternator 400STK4M delivering a three-phase AC current with a 220V 50A output of 11 KWh, has a diameter of 40 cm, a length of 21 cm and weighs about 50 kg.
Autonomous Electrogen Group
The Electrogen Group provides the conversion of the 220V AC current produced by the AEGs to DC current, connects the DC flows together in parallel mode (amperes add up), converts the resulting power back to 220V AC current and concentrates it into a single 450A power output, therefore producing a constant flow of 99 KWh electric power.
It also contains the switches to either start/stop the entire rack at once or each AEG individually through the means of an included 12V battery. This design is easily expandable and allows any failing AEG to be replaced without service suspension.
Implementation & Energy Production
The 220V 50A AEG model could easily be embedded into a car and
can supply the energy necessary to power a medium sized car
(such as a WW Golf), providing it with virtually unlimited autonomy
and range, no recharge downtime and without generating any pollution.
A more powerful AEG model may be suitable for larger cars, such as SUVs or luxury sedans.
Appropriately scaled Electrogen Groups can be used to provide sufficient energy for the operation of autobuses and trucks, as wel as for industrial needs.
The 220V 50A AEG model can also be used to provide the electricity required to power residences and, as the AEG operates 24/7, any excess energy can be sold to the network.
This implementation will create a micro grid network capable of
extraordinary power generation. For example: in the Netherlands
there are approximately 7.800.000 residences.
When each residence is powered by its own AEG, there will be 7.800.000 AEGs producing 11 KWh each, for a total of 85.800.000 KW per hour.
With this new energy production model, the Netherlands will be able to produce 2.059.200.000 KW of electricity per day without production costs or pollution of any kind.