Charging electric bike by it own_ gas turbine

hi all, this is my first time on instructable and i think i can built an electirc bike with self-charging feature when pedalling or not using motor or downhill of freewheeling but i doesn’t have any electric background i’m just a car mechanic from pakistan. K gas cylinder i think if i put a 36v mid drive blcd motor kit in my bike as a drive motor and also put two 72v hub motors in both wheels then will it can be able to charge the battery or not? i know that hub motor produces AC volts and i neet to use 3-phase bridge rectifier, i just want to know is it possible or not? if possible then what are the pros and cons will i have with this system? I live next to lake Tahoe where you have to drive over a 8911 ft mountain from the Reno valley 4411 ft airport that is a 4500 ft elevation change and then down to 6225 ft of the lake Tahoe level which is a 2686 ft elevation change.. Simply when you pass top parking area there are a great many rocks above the tree line which you can load into your E_vehicle or fill a water bladder from streams and then recharge / regenerate using the added potential mass energy descending in either direction to recharge the batteries with way more energy then it took to drive up. At the bottom remove the rocks or drain the bladder and drive on free energy..

C gastronomie vitam Make sure you save enough battery juice to drive back up to the 8911 ft parking area to load additional mass for a full recharge going down hill. This procedure will run your E_vehicle using free Energy year in year out, and flatten the hill very slightly compared to plate tectonic push up. Put another way the potential energy mass of the rock that you bring down from mountain will be converted to battery energy in the valley where you take the rock out of your E_vehicle in a garden or quarry that needs rocks. this is exactly what i want to know, thanks alot bro, but in my city there isn’t any up-steep or downhill situation in my route, most of area is just flat except bridges or underpasses, so i think i can recover most of the energy by pedal force or freewheeling, that’s why i’m trying to design some hydraulic set which boost my pedal force to generator so i can produce maximum 600 to 700 watts, then i’ll change my bike’s design, i’ll use pedall for just producing power and wheels are totally connected with motor, i mean pedall will not drive the bike, it just drive generator which produce energy for motor that will driving wheel, i think its the right idea, with this drive train i can use my all force (with hydraulic pressure) for producing electricity my force is not going to wheels so i can produce more power for the battery, and the electricity produced with my pedall force will use to drive the wheel from motor. You only have 376 watts to play with.

Electricity powerpoint template Your best bet is to build a bike that is as light as possible, with low rolling resistance so you waste as little of the power you have as possible. thanks alot for your kind information, i accept it needs to charge by external power source but i just want to recover anergy as much as i can for reducing the charging time by external source, in my city there is no uphill position in my route and of course as you say that human produced energy is not enough to charge the battery fast but i think if i put both of hub generators of 1000 watts and connect parallel to charge the battery with driving motor of 500 watt with some pedaling then will it improve my range on smaller battery which i can detach when i park the bike somewhere outside? secondly i thought if i put another type of motor as generator which i fit with some gearing for high rpm then will it make enough power to charge the battery fast?

i’m planing all of this because electricity and fuel charges are too high in my state and my routes are too long and karachi is also a most poluted city in the world, so i though may be this idea can help to reduce polution in my city. Gas vs electric range and make our environment clean and green. 2. Electricity history united states Your efforts will ONLY produce 373 watts of energy total, some of that will be used to make the bike moves along at (x) speed how much depends on how fast you want to go. On average a normal cyclist travels at around 6 MPH or perhaps 10 MPH over a short journey.

Electricity generation by source That’s is NOT a keen fit cyclist on a light weight bike with narrow low resistance tires. Grade 9 electricity unit review However they are not on average going to go a lot faster.

As far as going further for a given amount of effort your better off trying to build a bike as light as possible and forget the electric power totally UNLESS you happy to go with the recharge from a static source every 150 miles or so. La gas prices average beyond that just peddle it is far more energy efficient then any other form of transport. Electricity out in one room Light weight!

thats what i want to know, thanks alot SIR for guiding me right, i know i need to charge electric bike with utility power but i just want to increase the range on battery with the help of generator and some pedalling, if i need to charge after 120 to 150 miles or above then its OK for me 🙂 i’m fit enough to pedall a bike, and about long distance travel i can use motor and pedall both(for example: when i use battery power i don’t use pedall and when i’m not using battery power i use pedall to drive the wheel or both of generators) so if i used battery power 10% on a specific distance and stop using motor and pedall the bike for same distance which i travelled on motor then i think i can recover half of the power which i used to drive a motor? And something i want to know about direct drive hub motors that are they have any preload (force needed to turn) when not connected to battery??

i think it only take preload to turn with mechanical force when it connected to battery and controller when regulator (throttle) is not twisted to give power? and i think it produce voltages when connected to battery but not moving by electricity (no throttle), and it is free to move when power is not connected and will not produce voltages when turn by mechanical force?

if is it true then i’ll design my bike according to this when i use mid-drive motor to run i switch off the power from hub generators so bike moves freely and when i use pedall when i use to charge battery then i switch on the power to the hub but not give throttle so it not consumes electricity but charge the battery it think? Site: http://www.instructables.com/answers/charging-electric-bike-by-it-own/