thanks for your input .it's highly appreciated
you are right am way over my head in this build .
and still tring to figure things around. testing diffrent methods .
i have a couple of boosters laying around which iam tring to use them for a while .
they are very heavey duty and will last on a truck for 200k miles +.
and they are very common of the shelf i think for 40 usd per piece.
they can provide some seriuos power my idea is that for a certian air prussere the blades will hold in a certian degree if air pressure is lost wind blades will go to the zero postion .
one thing i cant figure out how does the rotor in the 2 stroke gen. keep energized ?!
an normal induction motor needs the grid to produce power this sort of motor it doesnt need the grid .
its vary similiar to a normal induction motor it only have an extra 2 dioides and a resistanice .
my goals for the turbine.
1- less maintiance. and no user needed even if the whole turbine failed, turbine will remain full flattered until repair.
2-of the shelf that dont cost a fourtune with long rated life.
3-modular design that can be scaled for my next build and for maintance .
so if a part is no longer sold in the market can be replaced .
4-can work on or off grid .
feed in is actully useless for me as we are a big family and use lots of power 3 water heaters and more than 7 AC units so what ever i produce will never leave the house x)