Resources Contact Us Home
Oscillation type electromagnetic power generator and method for manufacturing oscillation type electromagnetic power generator

Image Number 8 for United States Patent #8115350.

A specific condition for enhancing the power generation efficiency of an oscillation type electromagnetic power generator is disclosed. Solenoid coils constituting the oscillation type electromagnetic power generator are wound in directions opposite to each other with a predetermined coil gap therebetween. Adjacent magnets of a movable magnet are connected to each other via a spacer having a predetermined thickness in such a manner that poles with the same polarity are opposed to each other. A coil pitch which is the total dimension of the coil length of one solenoid coil and the coil gap and a magnet pitch which is the total dimension of the magnet length of one magnet of the movable magnet and the thickness of the spacer are almost equal to each other, and the coil length is shorter than the magnet length.

  Recently Added Patents
Magnetoresistive element and manufacturing method of the same
System and method for managing content on a network interface
Rear bumper for an automobile
Enhancing user experiences using aggregated device usage data
Method or system for investing and/or trading
Method for driving electrophoretic display device, electrophoretic display device, and electronic device
  Randomly Featured Patents
Vacuum appliance filter assemblies and associated vacuum systems
Directional zone select interlock method
Circuits and methods using vertical complementary transistors
Magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging with short echo times
Portable golf ball cleaner
Modified zeolite catalyst useful for the conversion of paraffins, olefins and aromatics in a mixed feedstock into isoparaffins and a process thereof
Thermoplastic resin composition
Methods for retaining an electrical connector in a receptacle on an electrical component in a computer
Fish hook with live bait holder
Multipath noise reduction for spread spectrum signals