>> A motor generates an AC voltage.... then converted back to AC (single phase 230V pure sinewave)
Hmm, I think I've heard of such a thing. A magical device that changes AC into AC. I believe it's called a: transformer! :-)
Any reason you wouldn't use one? Are you trying to change the frequency of the AC?
The reason is stability. I must have a very stable 230V 50Hz pure sinewave on the output (like a wall outlet). In the input side I will have for sure variations on motor speed that will change the frequency...Posted on: January 28, 2016, 07:55:04 07:55 - Automerged
There are two key areas in your project.
1. Rectifying the AC voltage of the alternator such that the DC is filtered and capable of driving the inverter.
2. The inverter itself should be stable and reliable.
Are you going to build pure sine wave inverter from scratch or use an existing inverter board?
On my first approach I was thinking in build it from scratch, but if I can find a reliable OEM ready made inverter.... I don't want to invent the wheel
I think the industry is going in that direction (AC Inverter) concerning generators in opposite I the standard ones.