Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Electromagnetic Free Energy Motor
Here is another proof of concept now entering the power market at the industrial level. what i see here is overly complicated but that is unsurprising considering the outright lack of a theoretical concept to work off. My main point here is that the genie has left the bottle.
Our own device is naturally compact and highly efficient with the least amount of complexity. All good. Everyone in this sector is simply working off the reality that permanent magnets are now so good that they provide a source of potential power that can be leveraged into kinetic power and from that to usable brake horsepower.
That still fails us theoretically while my work allows conservation of energy back into the modeling.
Magnet Transduced Generator (MTG)
Electromagnetic Free Energy Motor
Magnet Transduced Generator and Magnetic Inducer Engine by Noca Clean Energy
Magnetic Inducer Engine (MIE)
“The Planet is a terrible thing to waste.”
Kent Bengtsson (and several others) brought to our attention this company out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that has what is essential two variations of a magnet motor but with electrical assist, the power for which can be supplied by the magnet motor output, along with the power it provides for external use.
In other words, it harvests a principle of magnetism to provide continual, free energy (free, as in you don’t have to pay for fuel; the device cost is around $2.8 million per megawatt, which makes it competitive with the cheapest conventional power; with minimal maintenance.)
Here’s a chart from their brochure giving energy price comparisons, with theirs on the right:
The Levelized Cost Of Electricity (LCOE) is the average total cost to build and operate a power-generating technology over its lifetime divided by the total power output of the technology over that lifetime.
The LCOE for the MTG is significantly lower than all other competing forms of electricity generation. There are two key attributes contributing to the low LCOE for the MTG. First, unlike conventional forms of energy (such as natural gas or diesel), the MTG does not require any fuel. Second, the Capacity Factor of the MTG is stable (97% capacity at 100% load), unlike energy sources such as wind or solar where output depends on fluctuating weather conditions. These attributes, together with competitive numbers for capital costs, installation, and maintenance, contribute to the low LCOE of the MTG.
The return on investment, compared to a diesel generator, with its fuel and maintenance, is less than two years. And the MTG produces no pollution.
These people have obviously put a lot of time into their research and development, and they appear to have product available for distribution, starting at 5 MW (enough to power ~5000 homes average usage). They have safety certifications, and they have their patents filed.
What impressed me the most is the size of the parent company, NOCA, Inc., a leading global development and commodities trading firm, whose contact page lists 14 countries where they have offices.
In their brochure, they say:
Noca Clean Energy has developed a technology that will redefine the electrical energy generation sector. The Magnetic Transducer Generator (MTG) provides access to an inexpensive, continuously-available, and non-polluting method for generating electrical energy in a format that is applicable in both small-l and large-scale, fixed and portable energy scenarios. The MTG is currently available in several models with generation capacities starting at 5MW, and is easily customizable to larger scales.
Here are some notes from their video, with a few [comments].
10 kW scalable up to 300 MW+ [But for now, they will only do 5 MW and higher]
No carbon or sulfate emissions; no radiation; no heat; no pollution
Dependent on strength of magnets and the gauge of the wires in the coil assembly.
Made of aluminum, bearings, 52 magnetic turbines
Based on [the number sequence]: 278820
Approved in 72 countries worldwide.
Car engine invented in Toronto, 2015. Placed in a car could obtain speeds in excess of 800 KMH while consuming 4-5 amps from a 12-volt battery (which could easily be replenished by the output energy being produced).
Cheaper than any other motor-engine.\
Can run in almost all environmental conditions, from -100C to 100C.
Energy comes from principles of magnetism. “This machine will consume magnetic fields.” Only last 75 years before having to be replaced.
“This high-tech engine will revolutionize the world. It is the game-changer the world has been waiting for.”
This paragraph from their brochure explains how it works:
The MTG contains a number of rotors; each attached to a central spinning shaft. Each shaft is comprised of a series of discs with magnets attached to the perimeter of each disc (see Figure 2). A small source battery provides the initial voltage that engages the rotors. As the rotors spin, each magnet on the disk passes a series of copper coil assemblies that are fixed at the same rotational height to the interior of the surrounding chassis. Each coil assembly is coupled with an electronic circuit unit that collects all output and directs a portion of the voltage back
Here’s some correspondence I received from the CEO of Noca Clean Energy.
Collin H Haughton, September 3, 2015.
On 2016-01-22 10:40 pm [MST], Mr. Collin Haughton, wrote: (slightly edited)
Thank you for your interest in our technology.
I am not the inventor; I am merely the owner of the company that finance my team of engineers and inventors. It has taken us 14 years to streamline this technology and years of testing and field usage.
We have kept the MTG from the mainstream media, because we know, all too well, what happens when you step on the toes of the big boys.
Therefore we choose this year after the climate summit in Paris to release this technology, slowly. We believe the world is ready, and the movement is on its way.
Our business model is focused on infrastructure development projects within the developing Countries, utility companies that would like to build an MTG power plant or introduce the MTG as part of their energy mix, and private companies that would like to start their own utility company, especially in the developing countries.
For the (MIE) the Magnetic Inducer Engine, we are working with car manufacturers to deploy this engine in new car production. This is the most cost effective approach.
Currently, we do not manufacture an MTG smaller than 5MW, due to manufacturing cost. It does not make financial sense to do so. This also protects our patents, in ways I will explain later. Therefore, our target market is not for the individual home owners at this point in time.
The current cost for a MTG is $2.8Million per megawatt, which is much cheaper than Gas, Solar , Wind, Nuclear and all available energy sources currently in use .
On 2016-01-23 2:33 pm, Mr Collin Haughton wrote:
We have [had] a Noca Inc website for the last 15 years, and [are] in no rush to develop a Noca Clean Energy Website, due to the type of technology and our business model. We are not targeting the masses. Our target market and clients are utility companies, governments and infrastructure development projects. With our years in supplying commodities to various countries, we have well-established relationships.
We will develop a Noca Clean Energy website in the near future. However, too much online presence will bring the wrong people to our doors. (We are taking the subtle and intimate approach) before we have the opportunity to deploy enough of our MTG and be seated firmly in the industry.
We tested the waters by sharing a video on Facebook, and the emails and telephone calls were overwhelming, the idea was to give the public an idea of what's coming down the pipeline, it was not intended for retail.
On 2016-01-23 2:53 pm, Mr Collin Haughton wrote:
Correct the smallest MTG we will be manufacturing [for now] is 5MW. However, we produce variety of different sizes for testing. The MTG used in the videos is a 15Kw. Therefore, the specs maybe referring to that unit in general.
On 2016-01-23 4:16 pm, Mr Collin Haughton wrote:
In two to three months, we are moving in a 100,000 ft2 facility in London, Ontario. This will greatly increase our capacity.
All said, given that they are in process of rolling out product, and given their credibility as a company, I've put them in #2 position in our Top 5 listing, behind Rosch.