Aspects Regarding the Practical Realization of an Electric Generator with an Adapted Magneto as an Energy Source

Marian Jerlăianu 1 , Silviu Mihai Petrişor 1 ,  and Iulian Bouleanu 2
  • 1 “Nicolae Bălcescu” Land Forces Academy Sibiu, , Romania
  • 2 “Lucian Blaga” University Sibiu, , Romania


In this paper, the authors want to highlight aspects related to the development, testing and use of an innovative technological product of the electric generator type with magneto, adapted for the production of heat and electricity. Its organology is based on a metal chassis to which is attached the heat engine and the generator with tensioner. The transmission of the rotational movement from the engine to the generator is done with the help of a V-belt. From a constructive point of view, the innovative aspect of the prototype is the adaptation of a moped-type electricity source, called here magneto, on a mobile generator structure that facilitates its independent and separate operation from the motors on which they are assembled. The heat engine has an installation attached to the section to exhaust the fumes resulting from the combustion of fuel. It accumulates heat that it releases into the outside environment. The tensioner allows the connection between the motor and the generator to be broken, allowing the motor to operate separately without generating electricity. The prototype has several constructive and functional advantages, such as: low mass, simple structure, energy efficiency and low operating noise.

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