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Electric cars are great energy-savers, and good for the environment, too. But it's troublesome to have to charge their batteries all the time. For this reason, Su Jinzhu, a resident of Taiping City in Taichung County, has invented a "Reserve Power Transformer and Transmitter Apparatus" that can make one charge last a full year. Su has received a 10-year patent for his invention, and various companies are inquiring about producing the device.
Su, 60, only has an elementary-school education. In his youth, he worked as a repairman at a well-known motorcycle factory. Later on, he designed "special machinery" for various people. Su feels that electric vehicles are the wave of the future, so he has devoted himself to the research and development of a super-strong electric storage battery.
Su says that electric vehicles in many countries use power from conventional batteries for their drives. After they have been driven a certain distance, it's necessary to recharge the batteries. This is why the vehicles have not become more widespread or commercial popular. The storage battery Su has invented requires no charging, and can be used for a year or even two.
Su says that this environmentally friendly storage battery uses 12 conventional battery cells inside, and has a circuit controller that starts the motor. A "flywheel" is used to connect to the starter. The power generated by the generator is partially diverted to the drive of the vehicle and partly recycled to charge the battery cells. Within the service life of the storage battery, the vehicle may be continuously driven; it does not require a fresh charge every 100 kilometers or so, as is the case with current electric vehicles.
Funny but most electric engines bypass that trick. If an electric motor can move a large vehicle, you can devote a little extra work to moving an alternator to recharge your batteries.
Originally posted by lost_shaman
Well the Guy does have a patent so I'm sure it works.
Originally posted by Indellkoffer
Don't be so sure on that! There's all sorts of patents for perpetual motion machines in the US patent office and none of them work.
Originally posted by ArchAngel
And again, you can't charge batteries while you are using them to power a motor because current only flows one direction at a time.
There is another method which could be utilized at all times while the car is moving, can you guess what it is?
Basically, you would mount the impeller in the body of the car somewhere, let's under the hood to make it easy to understand. And like a turbo powered car, you would have a scoop which would lead to one edge of your impeller fan. As the car moves forward, the air pressure would force the impeller to spin and turn the shaft of the electric generator its connected to.
Impossible according to the Laws of Physics?
A fool’s paradise of unlimited energy, almost for free, obtained through mysterious devices - the technical control of gravity: Such science-fiction-like claims strongly resonate with primaeval human dreams and are therefore bound to stir unbelief and scepticism as well. Innumerable inventors have believed to have found the perpetuum mobile, and the scientific community, made wiser from such experiences, already habitually reacts with defence, if not with derision and ridicule. Every single physicist and engineer has learned that a perpetuum mobile - a machine which performs work or produces energy from nothing - is impossible, because such an undertaking is not allowed by the first law of thermodynamics. This „Law of the Conservation of Energy", formulated in 1842 by Julius Robert Mayer (1814-1878), states that the sum of all energies always remains the same, and thus energy can only be transformed into another form (e.g., heat into work) but cannot be generated or annihilated. The conclusion is drawn that machines with an efficiency of more than 1 (100%), producing more energy than is used to operate them, cannot exist. As Gottfried Hilscher claims in his book, „Energie im Überfluß" (Energy in Abundance) (Hilscher, 1981), this is already refuted by the heat pump which, by the way, first was developed by Nikola Tesla. Whereas, for instance, conventional electrical power stations have weak energetical efficiencies of under 40%. With heat pumps, it has been possible since the 1980s to obtain efficiencies of nearly 2.
According to Hilscher, the energy conservation law is only valid for closed systems and linear effects. But in space-energy converters, especially if magnets are involved, we are dealing with open systems drawing their effective energy from a cosmic energy field, the „gravity field", „tachyon field", or „zero-point energy field". He maintains that the converters produce nonlinear effects which violate the energy conservation law.