Synchronous motor…

Where did we leave off? Synchronous motor? Yes. Let’s continue.
The first problem connecting the synchronous motor to the system was the connection problem. The height of the engines was different, and the mounts were not perfectly even, which caused a lot of vibrations, leading to bad consequences, so it was necessary to fix it.
The first solution was to put a rubber gasket between the engines. But this decision died at the testing stage, the engines began to jump in a wave way, because rubber did not absorb vibrations, but only extended them.

At the same time, a lot of attempts began to dock the engines without gaskets, and, after a few hours, we succeeded! Let’s look at this.

Actually, that looked like this

So, we connected the synchronous motor, now we can achieve higher speeds without any problems? No, of course not, we got a problem associated with overheating, the temperature of the synchronous motor quickly reached 80 degrees and more due to the overload. Because of this, the time of the experiment has increased several times.
And most importantly, we could not see the correct generation results at the exit from the asynchronous motor. For some reason, the generation did not occur, we just consumed energy …

Let’s not drag out time, after a few days we gave up the idea of ​​measurements and switched to more powerful engines.