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1. (WO2018122098) COMPACT HIGH-EFFICIENCY, LOW-REVERSE TORQUE ELECTRIC POWER GENERATOR DRIVEN BY A HIGH EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC DRIVE MOTOR
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CLAIMS

1. A power generator, comprising:

a stator having slots and stator coils;

a series of slot rotors placed in relation to the stator coils such that minimal destructive interaction is caused between magnetic fields of each rotor and induced magnetic fields of the stator when the power generator is connected to an electric load.

2. The power generator of claim 1, wherein first members of the slot rotors are distributed along the outer periphery of a first stator section having induction windings accommodated in the slots.

3. The power generator of claim 2, further comprising: the slots of the first stator section are axially aligned along a lengthwise and depthwise axis.

4. The power generator of claim 2 or 3, wherein the first members of slot rotors contain permanent magnets that have a first magnetic polarity on 360° of the external face of the slot rotors, and a second polarity on 360° of the inner face and adjacent to a shaft of the slot rotors.

5. The power generator of any of claims 2-4, wherein the slot rotors are distributed along the outer periphery alternating in polarity from first magnetic polarity to second magnetic polarity.

6. The power generator of any of claims 2-5, wherein the slot rotors are configured such that the first pole having a first magnetic polarity and the second pole having a second magnetic polarity are located in geometrically adjacent corners of the stator body.

7. The power generator of claim 6, wherein the first side of a stator armature coil is excitable by a first magnetic polarity while a second side of the same stator armature coil is excitable by a second magnetic polarity such that a moving flux density is provided in the induction windings to induce a DC current to flow therein.

8. The power generator of claim 5, further comprising a drive wheel for rotation of the slot rotors.

9. The power generator of claim 8, wherein the drive wheel comprises a non-ferromagnetic disc containing two static magnets on the outer periphery separated by 180°.

10. The power generator of claim 9, wherein the magnetic disc is mounted on a central drive shaft by use of a bearing mechanism.

11. The power generator of claim 10, further comprising a plurality of DC electromagnets spaced a predetermined number of degrees apart and in proximity to the edge of the magnetic disc.

12. The power generator of claim 11, wherein the DC magnets are placed on the outer periphery of the magnetic disc such that north pole faces the outer periphery and south pole the inner periphery for each static magnet separated by 180° on the face of the disc.

13. The power generator of claim 11 or 12, further comprising a programmable logic center (PLC] and relays, wherein the plurality of electromagnets are excitable by the relays which are controlled by the programmable logic center (PLC}.

14. The power generator of claim 13, wherein each relay is operable to close a DC power circuit to two of the electromagnets distributed 180° apart from each other next to the circumference of the magnetic disc.

15. The power generator of claim 14, wherein the programmable logic center (PLC] is configured such that one relay is exited for a predetermined duration followed by a rotational excitation in the remaining relays, each being excited for the predetermined duration.

16. The power generator of claim 15, wherein the excitation in sequence allows the disc to spin at a speed of 10 milliseconds per rotation or 6,000 rpm.

17. The power generator of any of claims 8-16, wherein the drive wheel is connected to a central shaft which is also connected to a non-ferromagnetic cog wheel.

18. The power generator of claim 17, wherein the cog wheel on the central shaft meshes with a smaller cog wheel on the shaft of each of the four rotors.

19. The power generator of claim 18, wherein of the cog wheel is set to a

predetermined ratio to the smaller cog wheels.

20. The power generator of any preceding claim, wherein the stator coils include three coil sets.

21. The power generator of claim 20, wherein coils within each coil set are connected in series for generating DC power.

22. The power generator of claims 15 or 16, wherein the PLC is programmed to pulse a signal to a relay which in turn closes the DC circuit for the predetermined duration in series.

23. The power generator of claim 22, wherein the PLC is powered by a common battery which also powers an electrical load.

24. The power generator of claim 23, further comprising an on-off switch which breaks the circuit from the common battery to the PLC.

25. The power generator of claims 23 or 24, further comprising a MOSFET transistor, which opens the circuit when the common battery is fully charged and closes the circuit when the common battery needs additional charge.

26. The power generator of any of claims 23-25, further comprising a transistor voltage regulator that controls the voltage from the power generator to the common battery.

27. The power generator of any preceding claim, wherein the stator is constructed of laminated electrical steel, or laminated graphene, or a combination of laminated electrical steel and laminated graphene.

28. The power generator of any preceding claim, wherein the stator coils are made of copper, aluminum, graphene, and/or ceramic.

29. The power generator of any preceding claim, wherein the stator has a substantially square shape, with rotor cavities located in the corners of the square, where the stator section is concentric about the longitudinal axis.

30. The power generator of any preceding claim, wherein the slots are wired such that 360° of slots are wound in a counter clockwise direction and are lapped by 360° of slots wound in a clockwise direction between the two adjacent rotor cavities.

31. The power generator of claim 30, wherein the lapped winding is such that an induced north pole cancels an induced south pole thereby electromagnetically isolating the rotor standing magnetic pole from the induced potential stator magnetic pole.