# Non Rechargeable Electric Vehicles using Rodin Coil

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#### The rodin coil

When a current is passing through a wire it creates a magnetic field around the wire. When a wire is coiled like a cylindrical spring, as though wrapped around a pencil, the magnetic fields from the turns of the coil reinforce each other to increase the strength of the magnetic field. When the coil is bent into a circle, so that the ends meet, the majority of the magnetic force is concentrated inside the coil. Due to the central circle of wires in a Rodin Torus, it naturally creates a greatly increased magnetic field in the center of the torus, when compared to a conventional coil wound with the same amount of wire. In a conventional coil the windings lay one after another just like the windings of a cylindrical spring.

In a Rodin Coil, the windings lie on the surface of the torus, but do not lie consecutively adjacent to each other. Instead they reach along the surface, through the central, doughnut hole area, and 30 degrees short of directly across the torus. This particular design is deduced from a number theory in which it has electromagnetic properties of its own than any other coil. The coil represents the underpinning geometry of the universe.

#### The vortex mathematics and the rodin coil

Initially the concept of Rodin coil depends on the vortex based mathematics. Mr. Rodin has discovered a series of regularities in the decimal number system heretofore undocumented in mathematics. These patterns lay out on the surface and within the internal volume of a torus.

The vortex mathematics uses the number pattern 124875 [fig 1] which is 30 degrees to each other. The direction at which the energy flows is shown as the pattern is drawn. The 369 [fig 2] is interconnected to show the patterns. Marko Rodin’s Vortex Mathematics is a scientific and numerical system involving whole numbers, toroidal constructs and spirituality that he claims describes underlying principles at the foundation of science and physics.

Vortex mathematics is a number theory which consists of squaring the decimal numbers. Rodin describes Vortex Mathematics as the means by which energy expresses itself mathematically.

The number patterns are laid on the toroidal surface and made twelve windings around the toroidal surface with copper/Alumunium wires. It uses the concept of doubling were the energy is flowed through the pattern of numbers in the toroidal surface.

THE DESIGN OF THE SYSTEM

In the previous section, the flow of energy is shown in fig 1 and fig 2. To operate this non- rechargeable electric vehicle, a DC battery is required. Battery modeling forms the basis of and stands as an effective tool for battery design, manufacturing, and control. The specification may be varied according to the system and the vehicle. A battery is composed of a positive electrode (holding a higher potential) and a negative electrode (holding a lower potential) with an ion-conductive but electrically insulating electrolyte in between. The two ends of the Rodin coil is given to the battery. Each of the wire is connected as that, the DC volt would be given to the Rodin coil to the inverted rectifier. An inverted rectifier is used to convert the DC to AC source and the rectifier to convert that into the DC given to a battery charger is itself fixed inside the system to charge the battery again.

ENERGY FLOW IN THE RODIN COIL

As per the theory in the rodin coil, the  increased magnetic field is developed and its very maximum when compared to the input source given through it. Doubling happens in the coils, so it produce maximum amount of free energy.

2=2
4=4
8=8
16=7
32=5
64=1
128=2
256=4
512=8
1,024=7
2,048=5
4,096=1
8,192=2
16,384=4
32,768=8
65,536=7
131,072=5
262,144=1
524,288=2
1,048,576=4
2,097,152=8
4,194,304=7
8,388,608=5
16,777,216=1
33,554,432=2
67,108,864=4
134,217,728=8
268,435,456=7
536,870,912=5
1,073,741,824=1
2,147,483,648=2

The number is on the left, where the doubling happens. Notice how the 1, 2, 4, 8, 7, 5 number pattern repeats indefinitely in the right side. This is the pattern where the energy flows mathematically is shown in the left side. These number groupings piece together into a jig-saw-like puzzle pattern that perfectly demonstrates the way energy flows.  Our base-ten decimal system is not manmade; rather it is created by this flow of energy.

THE BATTERY

Various battery chemistries have been proposed as the energy source to power electrical vehicles since the 1990 California Zero Emission Vehicle was mandated, which required 2 and 10% of the automobiles sold to be zero emission in 1998 and  2003, respectively. These battery chemistries included   improved lead–acid, nickel–cadmium, nickel–zinc, NiMH, zinc–bromine, zinc–chlorine, zinc–air, sodium–sulfur, sodium–metal chloride, and, later, Li-ion batteries, with each of these chemistries having its own advantages and disadvantages. Towards the end of the last century, the competition between battery chemistries was resolved with General Motor’s choice of NiMH for its EV-1 pure electrical vehicles. In the following decade, the technology of the HEV developed by Toyota and Honda matured and gained popularity through its combination of fuel economy, acceptable pricing, and clean safety record. Up to this date of 2011, the leading battery chemistry in these HEVs remains NiMH. As the concerns over greenhouse gas emissions and fossil energy shortages grow in the recent years, the development target has shifted from HEV to PHEV, with the eventual target being a purely battery-powered EV. The requirement of a higher energy density in PHEVs and EVs reopen the discussion for automobile battery technologies, giving Li-ion battery chemistry another chance at entering the electric car battery market.

THE OPERATION OF NON-RECHARGEABLE ELECTRIC VEHICLES

From the DC battery, the source is given to the rodin coil. The Rodin coil produces increased magnetic field, so that it produces tremendous free energy.  The supply is given to the inverted rectifier where it converts the DC to AC and maintains the flow of the power constantly.  This component results out the AC power which is fed into the power electronics and the motor controller which tend to operate the vehicle system. The motor controller leads to the electric drive motor, so that the vehicle can run under the maximum efficiency without any dissipation. Another end of the inverted rectifier is given to the rectifier which converts the AC again to DC to give the supply to the battery charger. So we get an AC source now. A battery charger, where it uses zener diode and a thyristor and the battery is charged again.. Inside the system, the battery is fully charged with the energy produced from the Rodin coil. So there is no need to recharge the battery again. Thus after the battery is fully charged, further charging of battery is automatically stopped.

INVERTED RECTIFIER AND INVERTER

An inverter is an electrical apparatus that changes direct current DC to alternating current AC. Direct current is created by devices such as Batteries which is used as a supply here. When connected, the inverter allows the battery to provide electric power and does this through a complex process of electrical adjustments. From this process AC electric power is produced. The inverter usually increases the voltage. In order to increase the voltage current must be decreased. So the inverter will use a lot of current on the DC side when only a small amount is being used on the AC side. Inverters are made in different sizes they can be as small as 150W or as large as 1MW.The inverted rectifier is used to convert DC to AC source in a controlled manner of flow of source.

This inverted rectifier maintains the constant source in a regulated manner, and thus converts the direct current to an alternate current AC.

BATTERY CHARGER

A Battery or recharger is a device to put energy into a secondary cell or rechargeable battery by forcing an electric current through it. The charging protocol depends on the size and type of the battery being charged. Some battery types have high tolerance for overcharging and can be recharged by connection to a constant voltage source or a constant current source; slow battery may take several hours to complete a charge; high rate charges may restore most capacity within minutes or less than hour. A simple charger works by supplying a constant DC or pulsed DC power source to a battery being charged. The simple charger does not alter its output based on time or the charge on the battery. This simplicity means that a simple charger is inexpensive, but there is a tradeoff in quality. Typically, a simple charger takes longer to charge a battery to prevent severe over-charging. Even so, a battery left in a simple charger for too long will be weakened or destroyed due to over-charging. These chargers can supply either a constant voltage or a constant current to the battery. Electric vehicles need high rate charges for public access. This battery charger is installed in the system. After the battery is fully charged further charging of batteries automatically stopped. By this way the DC battery is charged by a battery charger.

MOTOR CONTROLLER

A motor controller is a device or group of devices that serves to govern in some predetermined manner the performance of an electric motor. A motor controller might include a manual or automatic means for starting and stopping the motor, selecting forward or reverse rotation, selecting and regulating the speed, regulating or limiting the torque, and protecting against overloads and faults. The motor controller regulates the power to motor by supplying variable pulse width DC or variable frequency width amplitude AC depending on the motor whether it is AC or DC. Motor controller is connected to a power source battery pack or power supply and control circuitry in the form of analog or digital signal. In our case the AC supply to the motor controller is given by Inverter

CONCLUSION

Hence the non renewable electric vehicle can produce maximum efficiency and doesn’t need much of energy to the input source. The go- green can be achieved since it is free from pollution.

Posted by: Monisha Mv. in Science , Computer , Technology | Date: 20/04/2016

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