Energy generation technology based on utilization of a hydraulic principle has been a study subject for many years in our company.  Having studied and experimented with physical principles and effects of centrifugal force on liquids led to design and assembly of the Centrifugal Boiler that is currently being prepared for commercialization. The Hydraulic Generator, however, can be considered a different branch of our research and development results of this force that, unlike the CB, is involved in energy generation at a much more direct level.

Hydraulic Generator (HG) is a device that is designed to transform pressure of a hydraulic fluid into machanical force that is, in the present setup, can be transformed into electrical energy by spinning an electric generator within it. Basic principle of operation of the HG is based on manipulation of flows of a liquid (hydraulic oil) that under certain velocity, angular momentum, and direction can be transformed into a continual looped vortex within a closed cone-shaped system. By maintaining this vorticity, the liquid concentrates within a tiny chamber generating colossal pressure inside it while emptying the rest of the system to nearly vacuum, while a special capturing mechanism hinders the liquid from escaping the chamber to balance the system. Forcing the liquid to bypass the capturing mechanism through a separate pipeline connecting both sides, the device is able to harvest significant surplus of pressure of a liquid and direct it through a hydraulic motor, which in turn, transforms it into mechanical rotation of its and an electric generator’s shaft. Depressurized liquid is naturally sucked into the system by impact of near-vacuum area of the system and the process repeats continiously as long as proper vorticity inside the system is maintained.

The greatest potential of the HG technology lies in its diverse applicability of energy generation. Beside transforming mechanical force into electic or thermal energy, it can also be used as a direct source of traction for all sorts of vehicles. So building a vehicle that is fully fueled by the HG is not just realistically possible but also is within our long-term goals as an R&D company. Such a hydraulic vehicle (HV) would outshine electric vehicles in practically every engineering aspect because generation and deliverance of traction would occur independently inside each wheel with virtually no energy losses unlike in an EV, where energy must first be stored in batteries, transferred to an electric motors through inverters before finally reaching wheels. When it comes to energy recuperation, an HV would again supersede current methods utilized in an EV, because efficiency of hydraulic motors would be as high when they operate as hydraulic pumps while decelerating and braking.

Another great advantage of the HG technology is its practical scalability, meaning that principles of energy generation are same for 1kW and 1mW generators. With proper calculations, design and engineering it is within our capability to build a power station that will be able to constantly generate up to 1mWh of electrical energy with nearly no parts to break due to its extreme durability. With further R&D, capacities of over 1mW will be especially practical on an industrial scale where energy demands are one of the highests. Such power stations would in time have a potential to replace nuclear plants and provide enough energy to satisfy needs of entire cities.

Our R&D activities and findings related to the HG technology have already been tested on a series of prototypes. Our latest device is a pre-production model of 100kW capacity generator – HG100, that we also sometime call a “turbine”. This device will be a little bigger than the MG10, but its energy generation capacity will be 10 times higher. There is still a lot of work that must be complete before this generator can operate at full capacity, but most important tests have already been conducted to prove its functionality. Next step in its development process is a motor’s software programming that will enhance its monitoring and manipulating abilities of fluid vortex inside the system. Upon completion of this step, there will be a series of long-term tests that would verify reliability of each component of the HG100. And once all this work is complete, the device will be ready for various commercial proposals, including a production license option.

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