Wouldn't the constant-speed motor w/ variable speed tranny make more =
sense. I would think that slowing the electric motor would cause a loss =
of torque, unless torque is not an issue for your application.
When I worked in the marine industry, we installed a hydraulic powered =
generator as a backup to the gas powered generator. Pretty neat, but =
very messy and expensive.
2 Brit cars
From: Dave Williams[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Subject: Re: speed control
-> What about departing from electric motors and going to a hydraulic or
-> pneumatic motor?
Hydraulic motors are relatively inexpensive, and=20