Quantum Vacuum Engineering
Atomic Force - Mechanical Engines
Given the dynamic nature of Atomic forces according to the Lattice Nested Hydreno atomic model, and the proven reality of the matter sustaining Zero-Point Energy of the Vacuum, a wide variety of mechanical engines are envisioned that utilize the dynamic forces inherent to stressed, elastic materials such as spring steel, and their associated inertial transients.
These novel engines require little, if any conventional power for operation, instead drawing their required energy from the local energetic vacuum of space through uniquely configured mechanisms, which permit continuous rotation without any readily evident energy source.
Various mechanical engine designs have already been developed for deployment with initial emphasis on poorer nations lacking conventional energy resources. Atomic force Mechanical engines are intended to replace conventional electrical motors or internal combustion engines. Wide spread retrofitting to existing equipment and infrastructure can be anticipated within the next decade. Introduction in developing nations with a less acute addiction to oil is bound to occur first.
Mechanical engines could be used in applications similar to permanent magnet motors, evidently offering higher power to weight ratios and smaller foot prints, albeit with a trade off toward greater complexity and maintenance requirements. The "engine" designation is used here in recognition of the increased complexity and cyclic operation of such devices, in contrast to electromagnetic motors.
Principles of Operation:
Mechanical engines generally utilize a combination of atomic force and inertial transients between loosely coupled input and output components providing cyclic feedback and constant phase shifting between the internal reaction forces of the operating cycle of the system. This permits the transient forces resident in the input components to gather energy from the vacuum to regain their equilibrium state, while output components dissipate the energy of their non-equilibrium forces to power a load.
In this manner it is entirely feasible to create a spring powered mechanical engine that continually "rewinds" itself with energy supplied from the ubiquitous Zero-point energy of space. Such devices already exist in advanced states of development and can theoretically be configured from almost any conceivable combination of mechanical components, including hydraulic and pneumatic elements. All this is possible based on the realization that all forces fundamentally arise from a coherent flow of energy from the quantum vacuum flux. Without a constant flow of energy, even the static forces in matter could not exist.
Directory Of Mechanical Force Engines:
Here you will eventually find a growing list of information and links to other sites dealing with the subject of mechanical force engines. In the absence of active links, please perform your own searches.
¨ Atomic Bond Regauging Engine (actual name withheld by request)
¨ Clem Hydraulic Motor
¨ Patapov Engine
¨ Hydraulic Amplifier
¨ Pressure Transient Engines
To assist in the development and application of atomic force mechanical engines, a variety of consulting services can be provided. Interested Investors are advised to contact the various proponents directly for terms of participation.
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