First of all, I apologize for anything stupid I say as I am not yet well versed in the proper technical terms and schematics.
I wish to use several identical BLDC motors that will be spun at the same speed (chain driven off same source) and used as generators rectified to DC power. I am curious if there is a simple way to safely parallel their output (combine their output current).
Since the motors are identical and spun at the same speed, I may potentially get away by using identical three phase bridge rectifiers for each motor and then paralleling the output of the rectifiers. However, I know that is not a reliable solution as manufacturing tolerances and other variables will still mean that the output from each rectifier will not be 100% equal, thus possibly causing a catastrophic situation.
If anyone has any advice on how to do this properly, I will greatly appreciate it. Or is it even possible?