PlatinumZealot wrote: ↑
Fri Aug 21, 2020 3:17 am
The magnetic fields are contained by the poles in the MGUH motor/generator.
If you allow them to propgate outwards (by using such geometry of the poles) on their own... Two things..
Hugely inefficient MGUH
Larg scale interference of this strong field with other electrical lines and electronics..
Not a good idea. And not necessary because energy flow from MGUH to MUGH is not limited. However if you are looking to cheat.... And pump more than 120kW as additional power to the crank shaft.... This is not practical with the current engine hardware... Piston's motion is not synced with the MGUH.. U need another "motor" somewhere..... You could.... Wrap some "auxiliary power cable" near a " hidden armature" on the crank shaft... The power source would be from the battery.. In a parallel circuit to the MGUH..
re "The magnetic fields are contained by the poles in the MGUH motor/generator. " -- this depends on what you've designed really.
Imagine if the MGU-H had more than one set of windings.
re: sync issues - I did say above that it might be possible to do this if you set the mgu-h to some multiple of the crank speed. At that point you are electrically driving it almost like a supercharger except that instead of a drive belt linking the supercharger stack to the crank, you're doing something similar with the mgu-H control and the drive itself is magnetic into the pistons or bottom part of the engine.
I'm also not suggesting this has to be a big amount of energy. It's just an idea, and if you were able to get a few more Kw out of the ES and into the drivetrain, it would be something the other manufacturers don't have.
Maybe it's a silly idea. I just like kicking ideas around.