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First up, it is essential to complete the crossover technology. We have at this stage identified the excess discharge being created by the collapsing plasma and a means to control it. To cross utilize this discharge as a means of increasing the efficiency, we have developed a dedicated twin cylinder fixture which is fully operational to test the sizing, circuitry, and timing required. It is anticipated that a full time electrical technition will need to be hired and everntually a longer stroke twin cylinder fixture constructed to test the full three coil apparatus.
On this Page we discuss the research and restoration projects yet to complete. Although prioritized, there is no reason not to work on these items in parallel time and funds permitting.
Each project will enhance the power output and presentation of the technology already created.
A discussion of the crossover requirements
The original timing circuitry to serve as a model
The timing circuitry as developed for the Leland
The twin cylinder crossover testing fixture
Evidence of the captured Plasma discharge
Experimental test circuitry for ease of change
Second up, is the research and construction of the fuel mixing apparatus. The exact purpose of the mixer is at this time unclear. A detailed study of the drawings and diagrams should assist in revealing this information. However, a completed unit may be necessary to clarify the full use. This aspect of the gyrokinetic power generation process remains as the single least studied item. A fault to be rectified.
A discussion of the inert gas mixer and its uses.
The third inventor built gas mixer - whereabout unknown
The first inventor built gas mixer - whereabout unknown
Partial Construction of a mixer at RG Energy
Partial Construction of a mixer recycling pumps
Original mixer - Damaged in Transit
The last item to complete will be the restoration of our original engine with the changes and improvements discovered. The reasons for selecting this engine rather than constructing a new one is that we have irrefutable knowledge of its ability to run as constructed and that it is robust enough to handle the tremendous amount of torque created for long periods of time.
Pumps - Timing - Carriers - Miscellaneous parts
Electrode - Anode - Cathode Assemblies
Upper Head Assembly and CD Units
Short Block assembly with Pan Removed
Completed engine assembly
Custom Manufactured 4340 Crank Shaft
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Functional Twin test Apparatus Cross over circuitry Gas Mixer Study and Construction Serial Engine Construction
Unloaded Goal in Operation