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Conservation of Energy


The conservation of energy principle defined by the first law of thermodynamics says that when all of the fuel's energy is released in a process it doesn't disappear. The total quantity of energy stays the same and must be accounted for. See Princeton University's definition.

FOSSIL FUEL GENERATORS: In the case of the fossil fuel generator (illustration shown below) the fuel's energy is released by burning it in the engine's cylinders... it doesn't disappear, it either becomes thermal energy (heat) or mechanical energy (work).

For every 100 units of fuel energy that is burned in the engine a hundred units of converted energy has to end up somewhere. It doesn't disappear. The total mechanical and thermal energy (heat) must equal the energy available in the input (or 100%.)

Conservation of Energy Equation: In the fossil fuel generator 36% of the available energy is lost to radiator heat, 38% is lost to exhaust heat and 6% to friction and other losses, 20% is available as the output. 36 + 38 + 6 + 20 = 100. The system is balanced at 100%. 

Fact: In conventional motors or generators, they operate from a central point and turn the perimeter providing a mechanical disadvantage. 

Fact: In conventional motors or generators; for every 2x increase in RPM requires 4x the energy input.

 

P6G CENTRIFUGAL FORCE GENERATOR
The energy within the P6G system must also be balanced, and is why it conforms to the laws of conservation of energy. However, it is not a thermodynamic system, meaning no heat or changes in pressure or temperature are part of the process and it utilizes a new method with an internal input component that must be included in the input calculation. This process is brand new and does not exist in any other technology anywhere. No other technology we know of requires the consideration of internal energy input component as the P6G does.

Our system utilizes external electrical energy to create mechanical motion within a nearly frictionless environment. When the system starts it uses 100% of the driving energy from the external battery and by using a highly efficient pulsed magnetic drive system driven from the outside perimeter it can increase RPM's using less energy than traditional processes. As RPM’s increase the quantity of centrifugal force on our rotating mass increases. Fact: In any rotating system, for every 2x RPM’s, the centrifugal force is increased by 4x (geometric progression). Built within our rotating mass, is a new technology that reacts to the effects of centrifugal force. The reaction is used to assist in the rotation of the mass. The more centrifugal force there is, the more reaction there is (up to a certain limit). By adding the effects of internal centrifugal force into the equation either the RPM's will increase further or to maintain the same RPM, the external input will need to be reduced. Our system will use sensors and computers to monitor the quantity of reaction to the centrifugal force being utilized and will adjust (reduce) an equal quantity of energy from the battery to maintain a predetermined RPM. Torque will remain consistently high.

Our claim: Our technology is configured differently than conventional motors and generators; it operates from the outside perimeter to turn the center providing a mechanical advantage.

Our claim: In our system for every 2x increase in RPM’s it requires only 2x the energy input.

Conservation of Energy Equation: At RPM, our system will use 5% from the battery, 90% from the reactive effects of centrifugal force and 5% will be lost. 5 + 90 + 5 = 100. The system is balanced at 100%.

The ability to use the effects of centrifugal force, enabling a reduction of external input, is the goal and key aspect of our proof-of-concept initiative.