All the magic happens when the waves are rectified then added through wiring. Instead of gulping large volumes of potential energy, this design takes many bites causing lower drag and then combines them for a larger output.
There are four single phases of electricity that are created from twelve coils. There will be a rotor for the north generation and another for south. The difference is 180 degrees in AC voltage. Each six coils has the same axis as a rotor of three permanent magnets that are all facing the same direction. The six coils for north will get positive up and down voltage. And the six coils for the south will get negative AC voltage. One of the rotor halves will also need an additional 30 degrees of physical rotational difference from the other.
There are also four "three phases" that can be created from two circles of six coils. One of its two half rotors will also have a thirty degree advance. The difference is that each of the two separate half rotors contain four same facing magnets instead of three and that each coil is its own separate AC wave. A circle of coils creates six north waves that are measured sixty degrees apart. The other six coils create south waves that have sixty degree phase differences each also.
In turn all that means is that there are four sets of six coils. Each couple has a rotor in the middle. Becoming one of the magnet rotors there is a south "three" that is combined with a north "four" but in the other there is a south "four" and a north "three." One of the combined rotors also needs to be physically advanced by 30 degrees of rotation from the other.
By using four full bridge rectifiers in the twelve coils of single phase (three magnet) then four phase DC from its AC voltage differences will be created. By using a six rectifier combination the other twelve AC voltage differences from the four three phases (four magnet) creates a twelve phase DC power.
A printed plastic wheel or non ferrous guide works to place the magnets where wanted on the plain and ensures proper alignment. Any metals will cause unwanted eddy currents unless they are in a specific area of non interference that is anticipated. The junction between the rotors happens by sticking the magnets to a thin, round plain of tin or something ferrous then sticking the two ferrous sides together. The photos will need to be the guide now.
Wherever present generators are used this alternative can be used instead offering substantially greater output. It has unfathomable market potential and can be produced almost anywhere that conventional generators are created. The overall design is not that complicated which adds to its ease of production. The prototype shown is just proof of concept and can be manipulated in various fashions. It offers an outstanding alternative approach to electric generation.