What Is The Propulsion Engine?
The Propulsion Engine is more than a new method of mechanical motion. It’s a whole new way of looking at powerful & efficient energy generation.
A high-pressurized rocket attached to a rotating element.
Firing the pressurized media (gas or liquid) causes the rotating element to move in the most efficient way possible: In a circle!
Maximum pressure (psi) utilized controlled by engineered parts. Rate of fire is determined by operator.
Capitalizes on Science of Circular Motion:
• Centripetal/centrifugal acceleration
• Constant magnitude of acceleration
• Non-constant direction
• Maximum torque measured at the wheel
2 KEY ELEMENTS
MACRO BUSINESS VERTICAL
Wind Turbines & Water Dams
300% EFFICIENCY INCREASE
Wind Turbine’s Nameplate Capacity will be boosted from 32.5% to 97% The next competitor is Nuclear with an efficiency of 91%. This is a REVOLUTIONARY gain for the industry…coupled with the US Government’s Tax Incentives & other major governments’ Paris Agreements to covert market share from high emission sources…the investment into our proprietary technology will create a stronghold for your corporation.
MINIMAL COST TO MARKET
Converting to our proprietary system is extremely economical and can be retro-fitted to your current Wind Turbine assests!
Running the system costs a mere 30¢ per hour* with maintenance that is 1/3 the costs of a normal Passive Turbine’s costs.
*based on 2000W compressor & 500W CPU.
Turbine Active Energy Creation
Mechanical efficiency so lean it creates a 3x Revenue Return on Wind Turbines in the first year of use!D. Miller | Inventor
MICRO BUSINESS VERTICAL
onboard power generation
The first of its kind: A power source that extends the mobile experience without increasing the size or capacity of the battery system.
external Portable Power Bank
Create a universal recharge station that any device can utilize. Simply plug it in and watch your system recharge without a “pre-charged” battery pack.
Frequently Asked Questions
• 99% Efficiency in mechanics (1 moving component; all thrust moves rotating element in most efficient manner possible)
• 99% Capacity Rates* (Higher capacity achievable through higher psi thrusts)
• 99% Availability (You decide when the thrusts are performed)
Because the Propulsion Engine uses “Active” Energy Generation: When the pressurized media is fired from the cannon (attached to the turbine/axle/wheel) 99.9% of the pressurized media’s energy is transferred to rotate the wheel.
Because Solar is a 1:1 energy source. This means that if you store 500 watts of power, you can only utilize 500 watts of power.
However, use that 500 watts to run a compressor to store pressurized media and then you can use the “X-factors” of Wind Turbine Energy Generation to increase the amount of energy you can produce. (See next section for “X-factors”)
1. Energy Generation will be cubed by the speed increase of the turbine. Since the Propulsion Engine uses compressed media (gas or liquid) our partners can determine how fast they want to spin the turbines. For instance to replicate a 15mph wind you would need .004psi! (The compressors for washing cars can generate 2200psi…imagine the power you can generate now!)
2. Energy Generation is multiplied by the turbine size increase.
As an “Active Energy Generator,” The Propulsion Engine can be placed horizontally and also stacked on top of another Propulsion Engine Turbine. This method allows Turbines to be placed in buildings and even buried so that they cannot be seen. This is particularly useful in areas that protest the look of Passive Wind Turbines in areas with highly regarded landscapes.
On average, Passive Wind Turbine Systems would provide 12-18% (15% average) Total Yield of Nameplate Capacity. This is due to Efficiency being limited to 60%(Betz’s Law), Capacity (how hard the wind blows) being 50% of where the nameplate capacity is sited and the availability (how often the wind is blowing) being around 50% at the most strict definition.
Awareness is allowing Wind Energy Generation to increase. There are now also Tax Incentives for companies to begin Wind Turbine Projects in the United States through 2016.