Design Desk Inc.
Lightning Bolt Motor
The " Lightning Bolt Motor" is an advanced electric motor system that can be applied to an electric automobile that will self charge and have unlimited range.
1. Max pressure safety valve
2. Hydraulic impeller
3. High speed electric motor
4. 1:2 ratio gear set
5. Ultra high speed electric motor
6. High voltage generator
7. Hydraulic pump
8. Wound magneto control
9. Ultra high speed electric motor throttle (Variable resistor)
10. Switching control board
11. High speed high voltage generator
12. 1:4 ratio gear set
13. Electric motor "throttle box" (variable resistor)
14.Main electric motor and automatic or manual transmission
*note* number 24 is the dive motor for the power steering pump...etc. but depicted above the transmission shape because there it is it's mounting place.
15. Dc to Ac inverter
16. Transformer Ac to Dc and battery charger
17. Battery tank
18. "throttle cable"
19. "bus" to control computer
20. R.P.M. sensor "bus" to logic board
21. Hydraulic flow tube
22. Hydraulic reservoir with piston pressurizer
*note* The reservoir has a spring pushing the piston into the hydraulic fluid that is attached to the screw cap fill lid. there is also a bleeder valve to evacuate the air that becomes trapped within the hydraulic reservoir and flow tube.
23. Hydraulic max pressure safety return tube
24. Electric motor
*note* there is a possible modification to number 24...with the addition of a hydraulic impeller causing the attached assembly to rotate. The hydraulic fluid pressure is from post hydraulic pump at the max pressure safety valve ,then impales the additional hydraulic impeller attached to number 24 and then the fluid returns to the reservoir to again cycle. This will give the power steering pump, power break pump, etc...., another path of operation for safer function.
25. Power steering pump
26. Power break pump
27. Air conditioner compressor
28. Oil pump
29. Oil flow tube
30. Oil fill and dip stick
32. Torque transfer drive chain
33. "bus" to all 12v Dc functions ( lights , horn, radio etc.)
34. Drive shaft to wheels
From the battery current is fed to the Dc to Ac inverter and then into number 10 where current intensity is regulated by variable resistor for both numbers 24 and number 3 controlled in the logic board.
This causes number 3 to rotate and transfer torque to number 4 . Number 4 is a 1:2 ratio gear set so it's output rotational speed is increased and spins number 5, number 6 and number 7. Number 7 then pumps hydraulic fluid to number 2 increasing number 3's speed by fluid pressure.
The electrical output of number 6 feeds current to number 13 ( a dual circuit variable resistor) then on to numbers 14 and 11. Number 13 channels current to the field coil of number 11 then number 11's out put replaces the battery feed circuit current. The higher tension then charges the transformer and battery charger and charges the battery .Current from number 13 to number 11 is able to increase in intensity but is always lower than the current intensity of number 13 to number 14. An additional circuit from number 13 to number 10 increasing current level and rotational rate for numbers 3 and 5. compounding velocity until adequate current is produced to fully power number 14.
*note* Just to clarify ....in the drafting below, the drive shaft number 34 does not go through number 11. It is below it and originates within the transmission.
*note* The small circles on the drive shafts connecting the components are required bearing races.
*note* The current into number 11 is from 60% - 80% of current intensity into number 14. The current is controlled in number 13 by one of two variable resistors. Number 13 also contains the "base idle" screw and retraction springs. The two variable resistors will move in tandem by one cable.