A Proposed Model of Magnetic and Wind Energy to Generate Electricity

Vol.4, No.1


  • Jonathan Ramiro Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Princess Izzy Mhae Ella Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • John Creathon Garalde Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Laiza Marie Jovita Bestlink College of the Philippines


Mechanical engineering


Electricity is one of the most important things in our daily lives. However, most Filipinos cannot
access or afford to possess electricity in their everyday lives. Most of the research stated that
many Filipinos are affected by not being able to acquire electricity in their daily lives. To
address the aforementioned issue, the researchers conducted a study to find an alternative
source of energy to generate electricity. They used neodymium magnets and wind energy as
the alternative sources of electricity.

The results of this study were highly acceptable as assessed by both electricians and
mechanical engineers in terms of materials, while acceptable in terms of procedures,
mechanisms, and presentation. It indicates the significant difference between the
assessments of the two groups of respondents on the level of acceptability of magnetic and
wind energy. The acquired mean of electricians is 3.15, while mechanical engineers have an
acquired mean of 3.14. The variance for electricians is 0.334, while that for mechanical
engineers is 0.197. The t-computed value is 2.306, while the t-critical value is 0.196, with an
alpha level of 0.05 and a degree of freedom of 8. As a result, it accepts Ho.

The researchers suggested finding a suitable mini fan blade for their model, using a stronger
magnet and a large battery capacity, reducing the size of the box, and adding a cover on the
mini fan blade for safety handling.



How to Cite

Ramiro, J. ., Ella, P. I. M. ., Garalde, J. C. ., & Jovita, L. M. . (2024). A Proposed Model of Magnetic and Wind Energy to Generate Electricity: Vol.4, No.1. Ascendens Asia Singapore – Bestlink College of the Philippines Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 4(1). Retrieved from https://ojs.aaresearchindex.com/index.php/aasgbcpjmra/article/view/14057