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DEM  STANDS FOR "DUAL ELECTRIC MOTOR.  THE ELECTRIC MOTORS ARE REDESIGNED SO THAT THEY HAVE ADVANCING FIELD COILS.   THE ROTATIONAL OUTPUT OF ONE MOTOR ADVANCES THE FIELD COIL OF THE SECOND AND THE ROTATION OF THE SECOND MOTOR ADVANCES THE FIELD COIL OF THE FIRST MOTOR.

THIS SYSTEM POWERS UP FROM THE BATTERY FEEDING CURRENT TO THE ELECTRIC MOTOR CONNECTED TO THE HIGH VOLTAGE GENERATOR. THE HIGH VOLTAGE GENERATOR POWERS THE ELECTRIC MOTOR CONNECTED TO THE TRANSMISSION THAT PROPELS THE AUTOMOBILE. THE GENERATOR THEN POWERS THE ELECTRIC MOTORS CONNECTED TO NUMBER 8 (GENERATOR) AND NUMBER 9 (HIGH VOLTAGE GENERATOR).  ROTATIONAL TORQUE IS THEN TRANSFERRED BY THE BELT ASSEMBLIES. AT SPEED NUMBER 8 WILL PRODUCE MORE CURRENT THAT IS REQUIRED TO OBTAIN PERPETUAL MOTION AND CHARGES THE BATTERY. A CIRCUIT FROM NUMBER 9 CAN ALSO BE INCORPORATED TO CHARGE THE BATTERY. NUMBER 11   ( ALTERNATOR) FEEDS CURRENT TO ALL VEHICLE 12 VOLT FUNCTIONS. BECAUSE THIS SYSTEM HAS TWO ADVANCING FIELD COILS HIGH RATES OF ROTATION WILL BE ATTAINED ON LOW INPUT CURRENT.

THE DRIVE PULLEYS ARE OF LARGER DIAMETER THAN THE PULLEYS DRIVEN BY THE BELT.

THE SMALL CIRCLES ON THE DRIVE SHAFT ARE REQUIRED BEARING POINTS.

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