Perpetual Generator

This system "starts" by the battery powering the electric motors and electromagnetic clutch.  The elongated oval is the pneumatic pressure storage tank and the circle is the hydraulic tank connected to the hydraulic flow system. Pneumatic pressure is released from the air pressure tank vented unto a pneumatic impeller contained in the first assembly. This advances the redesigned electric motor with an advancing field coil.  The first assembly consist of a (top to bottom)  hydraulic pump, electromagnetic clutch ( advances the field coil of the electric motor) an electric motor , pneumatic impeller, high voltage generator and a hydraulic impeller.  The pneumatic pressure transfers to hydraulic pressure and impales a pump on the second assembly.  The second assembly consist of  a (top to bottom)  pneumatic impeller , an electric motor, a hydraulic pump, a redesigned electric motor (having an advancing field coil) , driving  a centrifugal compressor and a high speed generator.  The high velocity centrifugal pneumatic  turbo compressor vents pressure unto the pneumatic impeller advancing the centrifugal pneumatic  turbo compressors electric motor's field coil.  It will speed up on the compressor's discharge assisted by the  standard electric motor located between the pneumatic impeller and the hydraulic pump.  The hydraulic flow post second assembly pump feeds pressure to the first assembly hydraulic impeller connected to the high voltage generator.  The high speed generator feeds current, when at speed, to the redesigned electric motor and the standard electric motor and electromagnetic clutch.  The high voltage generator feeds current to the application , charges the battery and powers the electric motor driving the turbo compressor . This aids in start and restart. When running the feed from the battery will shut off and then receive charging.  THE SMALL CIRCLES ON THE DRIVE SHAFT ARE REQUIRED BEARING POINTS.

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