I’m trying to make a linear three phase motor like this but on a bit smaller scale. So I think I understand the concept of how it all works now just trying to figure the wiring. So I will probably have 4 sets, two on each side(able to change). This is run on AC current but I want to use a dc battery not wall power. So I have read I need an inverter(not entirely sure what that means other than turns dc to ac. I have also discovered that the idea is to have as close to a perfect sine wave as possible rather than just full on blocks(each wire has same sine wave but spaced out by 120 degrees). Also I would like to be able to adjust the frequency and by means of code rather than a bulky external device. Furthermore, I have read many similar things that need to turn 12v to like 120v or more for their application but if not mistaken i don’t think i would need to step-up(i think the term is) unless ohms law does not work the same in AC as it does DC because I think Ill just use somewhere from 20-30awg wire and in pretty small space so 120v would mean super high current. Each coil may only be 1-10ohms I would think. and current would need to be <5amps prob hopefully on the lower end to decrease heating of wires. So the voltage of my dc battery should be fine unless ac doesn’t apply the same principles.
So basically I’m wondering how to make the setup. What parts and the wiring setup. Then ultimately the code if I cant figure it out. As in all things I think there are multiple ways of doing this. As I’m not an expert simpler and more compact is always easier to build and understand.
I made these diagrams to help illustrate the plan. There one attachment is a more detailed look at only one side. The other side will be the same thing although maybe opposite polarity(I’ll have to think about that more/ just test it). Please ask any questions. Thanks!