Low Drag Generator using a Mechanical Controller

This method is used to stop lowering the Generator Speed when connecting a Load to it. This is done by using a Mechanical Controller attached to the Rotating Shaft of the Generator.  Here at first the Capacitor is charged by the Generator and the Load is completely disconnected from the Generator.

The Firing Section has reached the Non Firing Section now because of the Rotation of the Controller attached to the Generator Shaft. Here the Load is connected to the Capacitor and both the Capacitor and the Load is completely disconnected from the Generator. The Capacitor Discharge is sent to the Load.

So the overall outcome of this method is not to affect the Generator Rotation Speed when the Load is connected to it. If you use the normal method of connecting the Load directly to the Generator then the Rotation Speed of the Generator will definitely get lower and the Generator efficiency goes down. 

In order to get more efficient results, we have to use a high frequency mechanical controller designed as follows. Here, the Capacitor will be charged and discharged to the Load 3 times more than the above design.

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