Note the carbon fiber inserts which when epoxied in to the stamped stator form a cooling channel
full-throttle wrote:Wow! Looks really good!
How's the pipe attaches to the stator? Does it go around once or twice?
The heat exchanger on the stator. So it makes 2 turns, right? Trying to picture the contact area.. Is it on both sides of the stamped stator?keyne wrote:It goes round twice. Which pipe do you mean? Basically everything is epoxied in place, pipes are held down with cable ties.
Alan B wrote:Liquid cooling - the next level.
amberwolf wrote:I may borrow bits of this for my powerchair motor project,
http://www.endless-sphere.com/forums/vi ... 30&t=32838
if I find it gets more than warm during use. I have a PC water cooling radiator system laying around, includng it's pump and whatnot, and a bunch of other fittings, so I might be able to use only what I already have to do it.
Hyena wrote:Awesome work Keyne! All the milling work on the outside of the hub was impressive enough until I kept scrolling down and saw the results of the water cooling. How long is the motor pulling that sort of current up the hills you're riding ? 1 minute ? 5 ? 10 ? Either way I guess the proof is that it runs much cooler doing runs that would get it significantly hotter.
Looking forward to the results of more tests.
GCinDC wrote:Yeah, like that's really nice and all, but you can't just be making one for yourself anymore... You gotta start up an assembly line and distribution center...
Just kidding. Epic!
BlackArrow wrote:Hi Keyne,
Nice work, I'm actually thinking doing the same thing with my 9C 2805, light motor with cooling can be really nice for me and allot of potential for many people here, Thx for sharing it
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