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Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 13:42:54 -0400
From: Angela.Lanauze@PR.NETL.DOE.GOV
To: repelencia@hotmail.com
Subject: Abstract Response

Dear Mr. Moran,
Your abstract entitled “Magnetic Repellency Unit (M.R.U)” has been reviewed by technical personnel at the Department of Energy (DOE), National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL)
After initial review, it was determined that there was not enough technical information to forward on for programmatic interest. We recommend completing an energy balance on the system. Information on energy balance can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_balance. Please resubmit your abstract including this new information for review.
If you would like to identify future opportunity announcements and register to obtain grant e-mail notifications of those that may interest you, go to www.grants.gov. After clicking on ‘Find Grant Opportunity,’ you may apply for notifications under ‘e-mail subscriptions’; then click on ‘Notices Based on Advanced Criteria’ to subscribe for specific areas that interest you. You will have to insert a Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) number on this page. The General Services Administration provides access to the CFDA, which is a government-wide compendium of Federal programs, projects, services, and activities that provide assistance or benefits to the American public. The website contains financial and non-financial Federal assistance programs. The CFDA website is located at www.cfda.gov; under “Search” (right side of screen), click “Find Programs by Agency”. The Dept. of Energy CFDA numbers can be located at: https://cfda.symplicity.com/?s=agency&mode=form&tab=program&id=f9b483c38....
If you have further questions, please contact me.
John N. Augustine
DOE Unsolicited Proposal Manager
john.augustine@netl.doe.gov

Angela Lanauze, PRC
DOE Unsolicited Proposals
angela.lanauze@netl.doe.gov

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Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 10:58:58 -0400
From: Angela.Lanauze@PR.NETL.DOE.GOV
To: repelencia@hotmail.com
Subject: Abstract Acknowledgment

Mr. Moran

Your abstract (including the new information) has been received by the Department of Energy Unsolicited Proposal Office and forwarded on for review to determine programmatic interest. Please allow 4-6 weeks for your abstract to be reviewed. Once the review of your information has been completed, you will be notified of the results.

In the interim, you may consider accessing the following websites (www.energy.gov/recovery/funding.htm and www.netl.doe.gov/business/solicitations/index.html) which list open Financial Opportunity Announcements (FOA's) and consider submitting a proposal should your technology apply. If your technology fits under the scope of an FOA and you do not submit a proposal, rules do not allow us to accept an unsolicited proposal (USP) that would have been in response to a competitive announcement.

Thank you.
Angela Lanauze, PRC
DOE Unsolicited Proposals
angela.lanauze@netl.doe.gov
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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2010 08:08:39 -0400
From: Angela.Lanauze@PR.NETL.DOE.GOV
To: repelencia@hotmail.com
Subject: Abstract/Unsolicited Proposal Information

Mr. Moran,

Per the email received on 7/11/10...

WITH THE INCREASED ACTIVITY OF FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS (FOA'S) PUBLISHED AT THIS TIME DUE TO THE STIMULUS, THE PROCESSING AND REVIEW TIME FOR ABSTRACTS/UNSOLICITED PROPOSALS IS TAKING LONGER THAN NORMAL. WHEN YOUR ABSTRACT/UNSOLICITED PROPOSAL IS PROCESSED, YOU WILL BE SENT AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT LETTER OR E-MAIL AND WHEN WE RECEIVE A RESPONSE FROM THE PROGRAM AREA THAT IS REVIEWING YOUR ABSTRACT, YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED.

The timeframe for the review of an abstract is typically four to six weeks and a full unsolicited proposal is typically three-six months. Please refrain from contacting our office before the above processing and review time have elapsed since it will prolong the processing of your submission.

If you decide to submit an abstract, please provide your name, address, phone number and e-mail address if applicable.

DOE has no obligation to make an award even if the review is favorable, since other program priorities or funding limitations may preclude such actions.
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In order to determine whether your technology has any relevance to DOE’s program objectives and fits any current or planned competitive DOE announcements/solicitations, you may submit electronically (preferred) or in writing a structured/detailed technical abstract/summary of at least 500 words. The abstract should briefly describe your technology. If your abstract does not include the (three) criteria below, it will be returned for re-submittal.

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If I can be of further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me.

John N. Augustine
DOE Unsolicited Proposal Manager
DOEUSP@NETL.DOE.GOV

Angela Lanauze, PRC
DOE Unsolicited Proposals
angela.lanauze@netl.doe.gov

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Date: Fri, 23 Jul 2010 08:04:07 -0400
From: Angela.Lanauze@PR.NETL.DOE.GOV
Subject: Re: new images : power Zone Magnetic r epellency power Zone (M.R.P.Z) invented by Juan Ca rlos Avilés Moran .?
To: repelencia@hotmail.com

Mr. Moran,
Good morning, It is not necessary to forward on new information, your abstract is currently being reviewed within the DOE program areas. Please allow 4-6 weeks for a review of the abstract, at which time a response will be sent to you via email regarding the reviewers findings.
Thank you.
Angela

Angela Lanauze, PRC
DOE Unsolicited Proposals
angela.lanauze@netl.doe.gov

Magnetic repellency power Zone (M.R.P.Z) invented by Juan Carlos Avilés Moran .
Alternative energy projects using artificial magnetic monopoles and magnetic repellency to create a continuous rotary motion , invented by Juan Carlos Aviles Moran?.

new information

using Metamaterials and anti-magnetic shielding: mu metal, alloys and other diamagnetic materials can create artificial magnetic monopoles

Alternative energy projects using artificial magnetic monopoles and magnetic repellency to create a continuous rotary motion

in my project I propose to generate electricity using magnetic repellency and the use of shields to create artificial magnetic monopoles and thus create a rotary motion to move the shaft of a generator and thus generate electric power using the kinetics of magnetic repellency

Author: Juan Carlos Avilés Moran .

artificial Metamaterials magnetic monopoles, invented by Juan Carlos Aviles Moran?

The rotating magnetic kinetics does not contradict thermodynamics because the magnetic fields that interact with other like polarity magnetic fields do not suffer from variations in temperature is kept stable or constant temperature. remember there is no friction in the rotary system therefore no heat loss or heat gain.
Taking as an example we compare the kinetic energy obtained from the rider to pedal, in comparison with the momentum generated by the shock of the same polarity magnetic fields, (the magnetic fields that interact with other like polarity magnetic fields do not suffer from variations in temperature maintain a temperature that is stable or constant. remember no friction in the rotating system so no heat loss or heat gain). Thus the kinetic energy gained by the force of magnetic repellency is an efficient process. Magnetic fields: magnetic field.

my project could generate electricity at low cost

1. What you propose to do and how ?

Summary Project magnetic repellency unit (Alternative energy projects using magnetic repellency and artificial magnetic monopoles to create a continuous rotary motion).

M.R.U (unit of magnetic repellency) summary of the project:

system called magnetic repellency unit taking into account certain parameters that they had not given much thought before:
1) The magnetic repellency when confronted result in the displacement of the lower body mass.
2) Using a ring or circle which is a geometric shape that efficiently manages the energy we can handle repellency directing contained within the ring thus creating a continuous movement as in the ring if there is a succession of artificial magnets either individual or a single that are part of the same polarity magnetic reject or repel the magnets placed on opposite ends of a shaft or rotor inside the ring is give an imbalance or shock of the same polarity magnetic fields, this transfer of a magnet to another created a movement.
3) for the above possible should be taken into account that there will only ring in the magnetic repellency ie we shield or isolate the sides and edges of attraction to achieve this absolute repellency inside the ring
4) in the middle of the rotor shaft or give a twisting force whose strength and speed depends on the mass of the alloy and artificial magnets.
5) the force of torsion will be used to rotate or boost the shaft of a generator and thus generate free electricity and other energy consumption without repellency because it gives me unlimited power.
MIS insights and opinions are personal and while this issue of magnetic repellency unit in its infancy I published on the internet in an attempt to work with an alternative system of electric generation that deserves to be researched and developed.
I firmly believe that the magnetic repellency unit will be in the very near future a reality that is why press it there is still much to know in alloys and insulators and being better than the youth is the future proposal I leave you all to analyze and make their own guesses.
Le annoying again to ask me to analyze magnetic repellency unit (MRU) in a thorough and impartial, I'll tell certain parameters that govern my URM dispocicion or the shock angle between magnetic fields of like polarity is critical in my URM dispocición as well as the magnetic shielding or insulation ie these redirect the rotor, there are multiple variables to consider, such as artificial magnet alloy shield either their rotor or stator forms and surfaces of the magnets are reflected in its magnetic repellency rather than its magnetic attraction. And do not forget the active unipolarity is an important factor seems easy but the MRU is a constant power imbalance repellency than willing to work the right way. PLEASE discuss this project with friends URM professors and professionals. Remember I require myself to U.R.M. that enhances or rotate the shaft of a dynamo The MRU is exactly like the traditional mills used just that URM constant repellency to operate.

magnetic repellency unit name him that way because they have joined into a single design of geometric shapes and physical effects of repellency long time ago trying to create a perpetual motion but until the armor has been discovered it is possible Artificial magnets give a magnified magnetic field proportional to its alloy push if we add the right one that shielding to avoid distortion or deformation of one-pointed path repellency (CRM cascade of magnetic repellency) continually gets a perpetual mobile.

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de EE Correspondence EECorrespondence@ee.doe.gov
para "magnetologia@gmail.com"
fecha 25 de julio de 2011 15:17
asunto Your correspondence with the U.S. Department of Energy
enviado por ee.doe.gov

ocultar detalles 25 jul

Dear Mr. Moran:

Thank you for your July 6, 2011 email to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) regarding your invention.

The DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) works with businesses, industry, universities, and others to increase the development and use of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies. For a complete list of Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOA) to support the development and demonstration process of these alternative energy technologies, please monitor the EERE Financial Opportunities website at eere.energy.gov/financing/business.html.

The Washington State University Extension Energy Program and the Western Area Power Administration host an “Inventor Resources” page on their EnergyExperts.org website at energyexperts.org/AboutUs/ContactUs.aspx that may be beneficial.

ARPA-E was established within DOE under the 2007 America Competes Act. ARPA-E's mission is to fund projects that will develop transformational technologies that reduce America's dependence on foreign energy imports; reduce U.S. energy-related emissions (including greenhouse gasses); improve energy efficiency across all sectors of the U.S. economy and ensure that the United States maintains its leadership in developing and deploying advanced energy technologies. For more information see the ARPA-E website at arpa-e.energy.gov.

Additionally, you can learn more about the patent process for inventors through the United States Patent and Trademark Office at www.uspto.gov.

Thank you for your interest in energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Sincerely,

Michael Wheeler II

SENTECH, Inc.

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Correspondence

U.S. Department of Energy

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