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Keppe Motor - Part 2/3


About Keppe Motor Primary source of energy: scalar or essential energy (from space).
Secondary source of energy: battery or electrical current used only to give the initial start.
Motor heating: none.
Environmental pollution: none.
Energy cost to operate: 5-10% of what it costs to operate motors of the same potency.
Energy consumption: 10-20 times less than normal.
Operating area: any place on the planet because it is not dependent on other sources of energy such as atomic, hydroelectric, eolic (wind) or coal.
RPM: adjustable in accordance with the applied voltage. 3500 RPMs has already been accomplished with a motor whose rotor weighs 400 grams and consumes 15 watts and 4500 RPMs with a 250 gram rotor.
Torque: a minimum of 5 times greater than the best conventional motors.
Efficiency: depending on the dimensions can be 20 times greater than normal motors

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  • Mastive72#

    Mastive72 March 4, 2009 8:06:08 AM CET

    I do not normally take notes. but with this i just had to. If i could power just a few thing in my home with this then i know i would save on electric tremendously. I also like the fact that it generates enough energy to recharge the third battery as shown. This means that it is completely self sufficient, and need a very small amount of power to run it so that it can produce a much higher output of power. This is a very neat idea, and i am going try to replicate it the best i can, so i can have a more energy efficient household. Don't worry, i won't mass produce it or anything....

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