United States Patent, Dahlen. Patent No.: 7,965,007 B2
Date of Patent: Jun. 21, 2011
My design solves the ever-increasing demand on our National Electrical Power Grid Network & Advances Electric Vehicle Viability.
The benefits include; Reducing Green House Emissions, Our Dependence on Fossil Fuels for Electrical Power Production.
The efficiency of my multi rotor/stator design is an improvement on the current methods used to generate and consume electrical power.
My invention will be incorporated at every level of our electrical grid network. Power Plants, Sub Distribution Stations, Industrial, Commercial and Residential Customer Buildings.
The potential market for my design is everyone who produces or consumes electrical power.
My design works in accordance with the basic principles of electro magnetism. It is designed to compound and multiply existing incoming electricity (AC and/or DC, HVDC) without sine wave manipulation, to increase the total electrical output of both voltage and amperage. Reducing demand / stress loads at all levels on our infrastructure.
My invention is an electrical device or machine. Production can be accomplished by those trained in the art of existing electrical motor / generator manufacturing. Adopting techniques and standards in use today by the National Electrical Manufactures Association (NEMA) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
Costs would be higher in the beginning due to minor re-tooling and training for manufactures. This will be offset by product demand.
ABOUT THE ENTRANT
Name: Carey Dahlen
Type of entry: individual
Number of times previously entering contest:1
Carey's favorite design and analysis
Compass Protractor Straightedge.
Ac/Dc Digital Multi Meter.
Clamp on Amprobe
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I am inspired by and study the Great Scientist’s, Innovator’s and Inventor’s like:
André-Marie Ampère, Charles-Augustin de Coulomb, Thomas Edison, Michael Faraday,
Carl Friedrich Gauss, Oliver Heaviside, Joseph Henry, Heinrich Hertz, Hendrik Lorentz,
James Clerk Maxwell, Nikola Tesla, Alessandro Volta, Wilhelm Eduard Weber, Hans Christian Ørsted.
My favorite is Tesla. I see the need to build upon the work of these great men and take it to the next level. My Patented design is a more efficient electric motor / generator system to reduce the demands on our electrical distribution systems, electric vehicles and any apparatus that uses or creates electricity.
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Patent status: patented