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Title: Design and validation of John Bedini's simple school girl (SSG) energizer for overunity (A082)
Authors: Lim, Desmond Sheng Liang
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Mechanical engineering
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: This project aims to modify the setup of the Bedini Simple School Girl Energizer, into something more portable and easier to manufacture and build. Instead of reinventing the wheel, the author hopes to learn the workings of the entire circuit and ultimately piece together the essential components of the circuit into something more practical. Ultimately, upon completion of the design and creation of the prototype, the author wishes to verify and validate the claims of the inventor John C. Bedini in his book, the Free Energy Generation [1], which was to create a model that could achieve a COP of more than 1. This would mean that a small amount of input would result in a larger energy output. Upon the completion of the experiment, the author would then proceed to improve the system, firstly by varying the rotor rotational speeds and comparing them to the COP of the system. This would allow future experiments to be made with the goal of maximizing the COP by increasing or decreasing the revolutions per minute (RPM). Lastly, the author would attempt to find the change in COP of the system when there is a larger trigger to main coil ratio. This would be have the same implications as the previous experiment in which future experiments could use. This report represents the compilation of information, results and conclusion that the author has made throughout the course of this project.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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