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Power (Electricity) Collab

Postby ags131 » Thu May 12, 2011 8:13 am

I am trying to make a reliable, easy to use, power system in Algodoo. I have a system made but its in great need of perfection.... (And maybe redesign.) Im needing the help of people other than me to be able to do this.

Heres what i have made: (Also on algobox.)
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It can be overloaded by connecting too many bulbs to the circuit. (This circuit has a bandwidth of 10 so runs several bulbs.) A sign of overloading is the flickering bulbs right after supercharging the battery, With less bulbs theres less demand on the system and they dont flicker. (Numbers 1-5 toggle bulb group power.)

F2 SuperCharges Battery.
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Re: Power (Electricity) Collab

Postby frogman786 » Wed May 25, 2011 8:02 am

this looks like something i'd be willing to help with
just give me something to do :)
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Re: Power (Electricity) Collab

Postby ags131 » Wed May 25, 2011 7:13 pm

The biggest problem with this system is inefficiency. But so far I've been unable to find a way to fix that. (Other than one-way conduits (Ended up making it worse)) Its also in need of a good cable system. (Ive made some with conduit/laser chains but they take too long to equalize. And they tend to drain alot of power in staying equalized with the rest of the system. (In other words, a whole cable needs to function like a SINGLE conduit.)
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