Self charging electric Car
This an example model 2013 Ford Focus E-Hatch has 6 alternators at 110 Amps high output at 30 Mph and above
6 alternators x 14.5 Volt Output X 110 Amp Alternator = 9570 watts/hr
road drag on wheel generator too much incline driving through hills and friction wear on the belts, bearings, pulleys ect. has lets say 1.2 times needed watts = aprox 12, 000 watts. So really even though getting 9570 real drag equals 12, 000 watts conservatively. and inversely net gain of 9570 watts x 0.75 = 7177
My car usually get 285 watts mile with air on, into the wind, and lights on, stereo full blast, on fairly even flat landscape of eastern Iowa.
SO 30 Mph = 5280ft/2 / 60 min second = 44ft sec velocity 5280 ft a minute equals exactly 60 MPH .
Kinetic energy = 1/2Mass X Velocity Squared in this case using old english system Mass X Ft sqared x Seconds squared = Foot Poundals and if you muliply by 0.0422 converts foot poundals to watts = 196 kw
so 12kw/196kw = 0.061 or Drag on Kinetic energy system = 6.1% @ 30MPH
7710 watts – (7710 X 0.061) = 7239 watts
30 miles at 285 watts/mile = 8550 watts
ratio of battery discharge 7239 watts – 8550 watts = -1311 watts an hour
my ford focus has about 9, 800 usable watts from bottom shutoff of 25% left in battery and top shut off when battery is 80% charged. would yeild 7.74 hours before i run out of electrons. 7.74 hours x 30 MPH = 224 miles estimate
I am not getting something for nothing just making it more efficient capturing kinetic energy can be harnessed less work on batteries part. Just like return air. Hot air already heated get re-heated but the Delta T is smaller less work to heat it back up. Same here if we do not capture it as kinetic energy it will just dissipate as heat loss anyways.
Not Perpetual Motion not over-unity just inefficiencies captured what already been paid for by the electrons in the batteries already. It worked in a Thermo- King REEFER Unit first experiment . Made a hybrid electric kit put it line with the diesel motor and connected the pulleys to 3 phase 20 HP motor and had a 24 kw wheel generator on it maybe 0.00025 drag at most. again the truck engine pulling it did the work we captured the kinetic energy harvested a very small portion.
semi weighs fully loaded 80, 000 Lbs x 60 mph = 40, 000 lbs x 88 ft/sec x 88ft/sec = 309, 760, 000 foot poundals x 0.0422 Watt/foot poundal = 13, 071, 872 0r 13 MW Drag = 25Kw / 13 MW = 0.2% rounded up 0r 0.0019
And to the non physicist like me Energy is defined as at any moment in time having the ability to do that much work if harnessed. Work = Force X Distance.