Climate Change Mitigation Technology

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Exciter


The "Exciter" is an unlimited high density power source, ( not a power converter )... for application where electrical energy is required.  The design may be used for home heating , water purification , electricity production also to motivate an electric automobile that will provide unlimited range and "on demand" service.. ( no battery charging ...no additional infrastructure to build.. no automotive "down time" required to then charge a battery.


Please note this design does not require constant pneumatic pressure displacement to operate... only then at " start up "... ( also an additional  pulley and mechanical air compressor  with electric clutch ,  [ automatically engaged referencing the sensor number 31 ],  may be added then driven by the drive belt assembly then feeding air pressure to number 34 with a one way valve upon the connecting flow tube ). The mechanical air compressor will have filtered air intake.




































Parts list


1. Small pulley


2. Tension pulley / adjust by screw and retention spring to then allow for slight play in the belt tension


3. drive belt


4. large pulley


5. generator with magneto


6. electric motor


7. 1:20 ratio gear set high side toward number 8( optional hydraulic impeller tandem rotating with the high side of

     the ratio gear set


8. hydraulic pump


9. hydraulic impeller


10. R.P.M. sensor (revolutions per minute)


11. flow restriction valve ( controlled by systems logic circuits


12. voltage regulator


13. voltage regulator


14. Valve control system  ( positional solenoid with safety system to full flow restriction position


15. System mapping logic circuits  "control "system contains Dc ( direct current ) to Ac

      ( alternating current ) electricity power inverter


16. Air exhaust filter box and filter


17. pneumatic flow tube


18. permanent magnet dynamo, may also be used as electric motor to then compress air if the reverse circuit is used


19. pneumatic impeller


20. Pneumatic "Start" valve controlled by manual actuation


21. Air  pressure


22. Silicone oil under air pressure


23. max pressure safety valve vents to the exterior of the system


24. one way flow valve


25. oil flow tube / pipe and or flex tube "rubber" at correct pressure rating


26.  High tension  wire "bus" connector


27. Electric motor ( for multi function rotational torque ) system out put at rotary motion unlimited


28.  circuit controlled variable resistor


29. Multi "wire" "bus" clip instrumentation "display" connector ( "ribbon" wire)


30.  Manual "throttle" potentiometer / variable resistor


31. Pneumatic pressure sensor


32. electric air compressor with one way fill valve then by manual bicycle air pump then under the driver seats

      cushion retractable and hidden pump hinged right front corner of the seat........


33. air compressor filter and air "intake"


34.  Combined component pressure tank ( air pressure and silicone oil  / oil non conductive

       and non flammable )


Description


The preceding design system will demonstrate that causing a "negative" pressure within a hydraulic flow by increased rate of fluid velocity flow will then also cause compounding velocity and usable force to then be converted into electricity. The system design parameters then as to the application ... small implementation will require less air pressure to then yield work ( ie electrical current production at different levels ).  Within this design concept it's critical to understand as per modus operandi ( method of operation), the reason this system functions.


When pulling hydraulic fluid through a tube at high velocity it causes suction producing a "draft effect" within

the tube . The velocity of the fluid then able to be used to cause an incline in rate of rotation when the hydraulic

fluid ( silicone oil ) is then pressurized upon the intake of the draft impeller prior to a high velocity pump.


The returning hydraulic fluid will pump back into pneumatic pressure as a gas will compress ( even be at high pneumatic / air pressure ) where the oil , being a fluid, does not compress acting like a liquid piston, increasing the air pressure ,while cycling the oil, causing continuation of system cycle.


The hydraulic pump then at high velocity,  by "counter tilted"  ratio gear set, then also containing a hydraulic impeller acted upon by the pressurized oil to "zero" the effect of rotational resistance when using a ratio gear set, will yield acceleration. High speed amplification yielding the hydraulic compression pump to then produce high speed fluid intake  yielding the total assembly forward tilted and causing a fluid  "draft effect".


Pressurization of a "tilted" incline with rotational rate increase caused by a counter "tilted" gear set also with the forward advancement of magnetic pressure ( ie. the power of the electric motor then applied as the system is then advancing adding it's horse power in an advancing fashion),factoring  basal pneumatic pressure, ( base pneumatic pressure then to be greater than resistance of the generators field coil / Stator to then yield resistance at "Zero" within the math of the system referring to the magnetic resistance encountered while generating electricity) will cause a runaway effect in rotation also with the reintroduction of electricity to advance the electric motor within the drive assembly causes a "baug" resistant / loading resistant stable power ban ( the generator will not slow down when power is requested from it ), of high density electricity to then be applied to an electric motor for continual operation . On demand fuel less electricity for an electric vehicle.


The design is a "run away effect" generator system for unlimited production of high density electricity.  The system may be used for electric automobiles then requiring no electrical storage battery. The design produces clean electricity and will produce no low level Ozone as the motors and generators are then sealed with inert non conductive noble gas ( Argon). 


The flow system hydraulic and pneumatic then are electrically grounded to control the static electricity that may form from motion of the pressurized flow.  Static charge dissipation then via capacitor system also with safety fault system to then indicate corrective action must be initiated.

The dual component pressure tank , number 34 then depicted as a side view ... the rest of the schematic may then reside an any position... really just a chart for the flow schematic...


For the automotive functions low tension system ie. (12v Dc current / regulated via voltage regulation system ) then will be derived from a transformer then within the circuit logic mapping system, number 15 , to then feed current to the lights , horn, radio blower motors for the electric climate control system within the automobile. feed current to the lights, horn. climate control system, and other amenities contained in the advanced vehicle will then be redundant and will have dual system power sources.. ie feed current will come from two sources. The system as depicted  then twice upon a vehicle...it would like bringing an extra "motor" on a trip... component failure then compensated for by switching system flow path...allowing less encumbered travel not having to deal with car trouble in harsh   situation..makes it a little safer...




* Note -  valve number 20 then also actuated by electricity as the pneumatic displacement is not required 100 % of

              the time ...only at "start up".


* Note -  The sensor and speed regulation system will have compensating fault indication and corrective circuit

              paths to the cause an "all stop" function should component failure occur.


* Note -  Tandem rotation supported in each assembly by bearing races upon two drive shafts / drive "lines" / then

              connecting assemblies  4,5,9,  and assembly 1,6,7,8, via drive belt  causing incline rate by

              pulley  diameters and drive belt rotational torque transference



* Note - percentile of electrical current in number 5 then is fed also to number 6 yielding a high

            stable "baug"  resistant power ban ( electricity production current level ) to then allow the loading caused by

            the electric motor number 27, to then not cause the generator system to slow down... 


* Note - The system may have in addition a refrigeration systems then as a function of the additional air conditioning

             system and a "cooling jacket" surrounding the electric motor and generator system underneath the

             final "shock casing" ( "shock casing" = component failure safety shield from projectile due to

             component failure). The hydraulic compressor, hydraulic impeller and ratio gear set also are within

            a "shock casing". Applies to all "exciter series" design systems.






Following please find the design system with an additional ratio gear set "counter tilt" and additional hydraulic oil flow tubes with control valve..... This is an optional feature within the design system.


























The "counter tilt" model then will have an additional "cross pump" then as a hydraulically driven pump motivated by the hydraulic fluid flow then discharging post hydraulic compressor / pump, number 8, impaling a hydraulic impeller, the impeller then connected to at 1:2 ratio gear set upon the input the "1" side of the gear set, yielding rotation at twice the  velocity upon the output side of the gear set then connected to an additional hydraulic pump. The fluid intake for  the high side of the gear set's compressor / pump, then  will be  fed it's hydraulic intake fluid  from the "counter tilt" hydraulic impeller within number 7's exhaust flow for it's intake fluid. The discharge flow of hydraulic fluid from the additional hydraulic pump / compressor will then be injected into the hydraulic flow tube , number 25, post number 8 at a 45 degree angle.  This yields a low pressure effect post  "counter tilt" for the  impeller in number 7. The "cross pump " then is also installed  in the same fashion for all Exciter" series systems system depicted below. Note in the math the twisting of  fluid pressure post primary hydraulic compressor pump..( Archimedes fluid screw pump ), factoring  adhesion of turbulence.


*Note - Main primary electrical current circuit number 12 to number 15 wire circuit +/- and electrical ground wires.  This is the "run" circuit.


Additionally, then from number 27 connecting to number 15 is a wire circuit +/- and electrical ground to control the static electricity.. This is the "baug" resistant circuit / increases the current to the electric motor , number 6. The electrical ground then also junction union to static electricity dissipation system containing electrical capacitors and "arc discharge " electrodes then confined in inert Noble gas ( Argon ).




















Exciter  X - Type





























Parts List

1. Small pulley


2. Tension pulley / adjust by screw and retention spring to then allow for slight play in the belt tension


3. drive belt


4. large pulley


5. generator with magneto


6. electric motor


7. 1:20 ratio gear set high side toward number 8 ( optional hydraulic impeller tandem rotating with the high side of
     the ratio gear set


8. hydraulic pump


9. hydraulic impeller


10. R.P.M. sensor (revolutions per minute)


11. flow restriction valve ( controlled by systems logic circuits


12. voltage regulator


13. voltage regulator


14. Valve control system  ( positional solenoid with safety system to full flow restriction position


15. System mapping logic circuits  "control "system contains Dc ( direct current ) to Ac
      ( alternating current ) electricity power inverter


16. Air exhaust filter box and filter


17. pneumatic flow tube


18. permanent magnet dynamo


19. pneumatic impeller


20. Pneumatic "Start" valve controlled by manual actuation


21. Air  pressure


22. Silicone oil under air pressure


23. max pressure safety valve vents to the exterior of the system


24. one way flow valve


25. oil flow tube / pipe and or flex tube "rubber" at correct pressure rating


26.  High tension  wire "bus" connector


27. Electric motor ( for multi function rotational torque ) system out put at rotary motion unlimited


28.  circuit controlled variable resistor


29. Multi "wire" "bus" clip instrumentation "display" connector ( "ribbon" wire)


30.  Manual "throttle" potentiometer / variable resistor


31. Pneumatic pressure sensor


32. Air compression assembly "constant run" cycle


33. air compressor filter and air "intake"


34.  Combined component pressure tank ( air pressure and silicone oil  / oil non conductive
       and non flammable )


35. electro - magnetic clutch


36. 1: 20 ratio gear set ( high side to number 37)


37. pneumatic turbo air compressor centrifugal type


38. 1:20 ratio gear set high side of rotation toward number 37 ) with electric clutch / will not always be activated...


39. one way valve ( pneumatic )


40. pressure regulator and pressure regulator sensor ( indicated fault and also hydraulic pressure within

      the flow tube *main fluid return*   from the regulator additional tube, with one way valve , to then pneumatic
      pressure , number 21, within the combined component pressure storage tank , number 34.


41. max pressure safety valve  ( mechanical ), valve  with fault indication sensor and hydraulic fluid pressure 

      sensor also reporting to the logic electronics ( also vents via tube, with one way valve , to then pneumatic

      pressure , number 21, within the combined component pressure storage tank , number 34


42. High pressure hydraulic tube


43. hydraulic one way valve


*Note - all flow tubes are then connected by pressure rated couplings 


* Note - An additional cross pump may be added to the hydraulic flow system then providing greater hydraulic

             pressure from 22,11,into number 7.  A hydraulic impeller with the "cross pump" is then driven by

            the hydraulic  flow being drafted into number 8 .


             The "drive" fluid flow then impales a hydraulic impeller connected to the "1" of a 1:2 ratio gear set with

             the "2" side of the ratio gear set then accelerating a hydraulic pump with the fluid flow discharge into

             the ratio gear set , number 7's internal hydraulic impeller.


             A  max pressure safety valve with actuation indication and fluid pressure sensor will be upon

             the connecting flow tubes then entering number 7 and will report to the electronics to assist in systems

             rate control.  Also the diameter for the tube then discharging the hydraulic "cross pump" feeding

             fluid pressure to  the internal hydraulic impeller within number 7 will be of smaller inner

             diameter  ( with funnel venturi  from the discharge coupling) . The  discharge  pipe will be with a

             thicker pipe so that higher  fluid pressures can   be retained. 









Exciter V Type


The Exciter V type is a draft accelerator type generator system implementing a greater negative pressure "sink" / vacuum , to then produce fuel less electricity by pressurizing a "tilted" incline.


































Parts List


1. hydraulic fluid ( silicone oil ) drain


2. negative pressure Vacuum Tank ( top view )


3. Air pump intake tube rated for high vacuum ( restricts the air intake into the system / mechanical

   "expansion spring"  type valve. When the spring is fully expanded the valve is closed and will not open

    until high negative pressure / vacuum has been attained.


4. mechanical air intake air flow dampener


5. Air intake air filter


6. Combined component ( air pressure and silicone oil ) pressure tank max pressure ( pneumatic ) safety pressure

     relief valve


7. Combined component pressure tank pressure level sensor  reports to logic  system "mapping / control " circuits


8. pneumatic "Start" discharge valve electric and manual  actuation by lever connected via steel cord


9. flow meter mechanical gauge displays via cord to dash board also one way valve


10. Hydraulic fluid flow tube


11. directional valve two intakes two outlets / electric valve positioned by referencing systems speed

      ( R.P.M. / revolutions per minute ) The valve assembly has a retention spring then keeping the valve closed

     until the valve is energized electrically.  The multi positional valve then is motivated by gearing assembly and

     electric motor.


12. Hydraulic high speed pump


13. 1:20 ratio gear set with electromagnetic clutch ( high side of the ratio tandem with the hydraulic

       pump number 12. The electromagnetic clutch then also connected to numbers 14 and 12 then

       connected by drive shafts upon each side of the clutch containing the 1:20 ratio gear set


14. hydraulic pump ( causes hydraulic "wick / draft effect"


15. 1:20 ratio gear set,  ( connected to 14 via drive shaft ) with hydraulic "counter tilt" internal hydraulic

       impeller - cancels torque  resistance from the  ratio gear set. Tandem rotation with the high side of the ratio

       gear set ( additional flow tube then venting hydraulic fluid into the air pressure number 2 with a one way valve

       upon the additional flow tube.


16. electric motor


17. High speed vacuum pump connected to the pulley via drive shaft with electric clutch ( the vacuum pump is not required to operate all the time ... the clutch will reference a vacuum sensor upon the vacuum tank number 2 to then only engage to produce the air pressure in the combined component pressure tank, number 47 to subsequent " re start "  pressure requirement and to maintain the air pressure within the pressure tank , number 47. ( 3 piston type compressor ) equilateral triangle configuration about 360 degrees.all intake for the pistons  derived from one intake tube all exhaust then merging into one out flow tube.


18. High Voltage generator with internal compound wound magneto connected to to 19 via drive shaft


19. hydraulic impeller


20. 12 Dc alternator ( feeds low tension to the vehicles lights , radio, horn / other 12v Dc circuits


21. pneumatic impeller ( start cycle )


22. air exhaust screened outlet


23. Hydraulic fluid flow restriction / flow dampener solenoid


24. hydraulic flow valve ( electric  positioning  references number 9 and both number 42 r.p.m. sensors reports to

      systems "mapping" logic circuits and manual all . Safety fault "all stop"  via connecting cord )


25. Hydraulic flow tube pressure rated


26. silicone oil ( side view ) non conductive electrically non flammable


27. pneumatic pressure ( side view )  number 26 and 27 then combined in a single pressure tank to have the

      air pressure act as if it were a piston....


28. oil fill dip stick and pressure rated oil fill screw cap


29. pneumatic flow tube


30. high pressure pneumatic flow tube


31. Small pulley 4" dia ( dia = diameter ) connected to number 16 via drive shaft


32. large pulley 10" dia connected to number 18 via drive shaft


33. mid pulley 6" dia connected to number 17 via drive shaft


34. mid pulley 6" dia connected to number 20 via drive shaft


35. one way valve ( pneumatic )


36. drive belt


37. electronics bay with receptacle   for the instrumentation cluster multi wire "ribbon" bus


38. Multi wire for all interior functions / instrument display multi wire ribbon for the instrumentation cluster multi

      wire "ribbon" bus connector


39. multi wire ribbon " bus" ( electromagnetic clutch connector)


40. alternator connector  " wire bus " connector


41. sensor wire "bus" connector


42. R.P.M. Sensor ( reports to the systems circuits to then control the speed of the mechanism also preventing 

      a run away effect by adjusting the restriction valve , number 24, electrically


43. high pressure counter tilt control valve hydraulic / electric control referencing systems logic circuits

      "mapping" electronics to govern system speed


44. Generator temperature sensor


45.Vacuum sensor electric reports to the logic circuits


46. Start cord manual actuation


47. Combined component pressure tank ( Side View )


48. electrical ground


49. Alternator wire "bus" connector


50. wire "bus" connector to generator output


51. Magneto wire "bus" connector ( allows for more current in the stator of the magneto also variable volt regulator

      in the circuit )


52. throttle ( variable resistor / potentiometer )


53. main high horse power electric motor


54. transmission ( automatic or manual )


55. drive shafts to the wheels


56. sensor wire "bus" connector connects to the logic processing mapping systems control circuits in

      number 37 . Upon the combined component pressure tank, number 47, two  sensors  then being a low oil

      warning sensors ( reporting to the dashboard over fill or that the oil level is too low .


Description


This design is intended to draft hydraulic fluid across an incline to then use the pneumatically pressurized silicone oil to then yield usable fluid pressure to derive electricity at high density high voltage levels. The system will work for both Dc ( direct current ) and Ac ( alternating current ) types of implementations.


The Start " cycle then initiated  by allowing the stored pneumatic pressure to transverse across the pneumatic impeller then also rotating the anticelleries ( ie.  alternator , electric motor, generator, vacuum pump ). The

current produced  from the generator / magneto then being rotated from the  short burst of air flow, will then allow the valve , number 24, to then open and allow the pressurized fluid to then enter the hydraulic impeller causing an amplified rotation at the hydraulic pump number 14 causing, by the diameter of the pulley then connected via drive belt, to yield incline rate of rotation.


Scenario ..... so if at the pneumatic impeller the stored air pressure is the displaced impaling the pneumatic impeller then causing 100 R.P.M. ( revolutions per minute ) at the generator pulley, then the drive belt also motivating a smaller pulley will cause an incline rate of rotation for the 1:20 ratio gear set.


  *note the resistance of amplification thru using a ratio gear set is then nullifies by it's internal hydraulic impeller then being impaled by the hydraulic fluid under pressure to transverse across the impeller ( number 15 ), The hydraulic fluid then under pneumatic air pressure  ( say 500 lbs. ) then yields the hydraulic fluid at 500 p.s.i. ( pounds per square inch ) or less [ pressure of air = to the resistance of "dry weight start torque" / then add hydraulic fluid pressure to rotate ] . Hydraulic fluid then exiting the tank causes fluid flow across the hydraulic impeller

( number 9 ) at and greater rotational rate at the pump ( number 14) to pull the pressurized fluid ( silicone oil ) through an incline . The pulley system causes greater rotation in the pump assembly (number 14 ) along with the ratio gear set with "counter tilt" within the pump assembly.


The "counter tilt" is then by the internal hydraulic impeller within number 15. Since the pump number 14 is rotating at a greater velocity the fluid is dragged across the hydraulic impeller causing the complete mechanism to speed up yielding electricity that then, to counter act final loading , is then reintroduced back into the system ie. part of the generator's output is then directed to the electric motor , number 16 to also cause  the forward advancement of magnetic pressure... "an advancing "start" point of magnetic pressure within the electric motor...it winds itself forward....due to the mechanics of the pressurized hydraulic system's mechanical assembly.


Additionally within this schematic a "counter tilt" pressurized hydraulic flow system.... then will cancel the resistance of the ratio gear set then rotating with the electromagnetic clutch.. so that an internal hydraulic impeller , ( tandem with the high rotational rate side of the ratio gear set ) ,  is caused rotation by  the flow of hydraulic fluid advancing the high side of the ratio gear set in number 13. The fluid then returning into the "return" multi port valve  , number 11 venting into high hydraulic vacuum  / suction.


It's the same effect that a syringe produces then pulling a fluid thru a tube...The " draft effect " produces a rotational rate of rotation incline and a run away effect is produced.The rate of rotation is governed by restricting the fluid flow into the system.  Also factoring , for this design, the vacuum "sink" / negative pressure .. this will also aid in the systems function as the high pressure fluid then will travel  to low pressure by pressure dynamic...the "wicking" of the vacuum tank then for the fluid,... may occur at greater velocity to then refill the combined component pressure tank ( number 47) via pump number 12 then being rotated at an adjustable rate with greater velocity.


A percentile  ( % ) of the electricity then produced within number 18 is then  routed via circuit containing a voltage regulator back into the drive system then powering number 16 to then yield a "baug" resistant "power ban" of steady electricity production allowing the  electrification of number 53 through it's full power capacity. The current level then into number 16 will also increase as more power is demanded from number 53 then producing more electricity in number 18.


The electromagnetic clutch will also then be electrified and cause greater negative pressure ," vacuum " with in the vacuum chamber , number 2 causing the system to speed up.  The silicone oil the will be pumped out of the vacuum chamber , number 2, at greater velocity rate and refill the pressure tank , number 47, with oil.


* Note - all multi wire connector " bus" then connect to the main circuit logic processing system contained

  within number 37.


* Note - - the high pressure hydraulic flow tube depicted as a line from the high pressure combined component pressure the allows the oil to flow through number 43 then on to number 15's internal hydraulic impeller via tube and then flowing via tube to the return variable valve , number 28 to yield a suction  "draft" effect due to the high speed of the hydraulic pump number 12.



The flow pipes must be rated at correct pressure operating ranges  ( also for negative pressure ) and encased with a non electrically conductive shock casing to reduce any chance for component failure from inadvertently injuring a person. the flow systems ( both pneumatic and hydraulic ) must be electrically grounded to control and static electricity from unwanted electrical discharge ./ An electrical "sink" ( void ) then by using capacitors to the arc discharge the static electricity safely may be incorporated. Stainless Steel is the material selection of choice for all assemblies  and  mass scale production.


The "counter tilt" hydraulic fluid flow system then exiting the hydraulic impeller in number 15 may also then channel through  , via tube, an additional hydraulic impeller tandem rotating with the high side of the ratio gear set number 13 to then discharge hydraulic fluid, via tube, and return to the variable valve number 11.


So also with this design, number 22 may then also connect , via tube, to number 5 and number 2, to then avoid the loss of oil by evaporation....


*Note - The design above then for automotive application with interior "shock carriage" ie. hydraulic shock absorbers with  expansion springs upon their exterior along with electromagnetic final shock dampeners ie. electro-magnets that will energize when impact occurs within a crash situation.The "shock carriage" ( mounted atop the chassis ) is then on a sliding rack system with the allowance for travel up , down,  left , right , front , back and diagonal. 


The "shock carriage" then an inner auto body where as the outer car body then is exposed to the environment.  A double hull car with the inner "shock carriage" then able to provide greater impact resistance through shock absorber system lessening the force the driver will encounter if involved in a crash.


The system will also  cause the alternative air bag system as listed upon this web site. Hard linkages for the steering will contain locked ( for rotation ) expansion joints within the steering column yet will be collapsible upon it's

length  (  expansion joint will compress ) to reduce impact problems injuring drivers.