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I was wondering if it would be possible to use the rear axel in a car to generate electricity. Most cars are front wheel drive, so why could you not use the rear axel to generate the electricity needed to drive it? Don't forget you can use as much space at the back as you like, and use the main rear axel, to drive other magnets and coils. It would power itself, you would just need a battery to start, or you could combine with other fuels, but surely it is possible to generate the power needed from coils alone? You could have two batteries and the charge one while using the other.How many coils/magnets and what size would they need to be, to generate the power needed?Could it be unsafe as they may generate too much power?So Mr and Mrs scientist, my question is this, how feasible is this idea?
but I have not seen any poert assisted bikes with electromagnetic breaking and power gathering form going downhill.
I was suggesting a twin system. How much electricity could a huge rear dynamo generate?
If the dynamo/dynamos were combined with solar, how much electricity could they generate together?
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The car would not be a 'perpetual motion machine', as the solar would hopfully make up the difference; But if that still wasn't enough then you could charge the car from home.The dynamo and solar panels would work to reduce the amount of electricity needed from each charge.