Developing New Hope9 June 2021
Shakeel Pervez presents details on a new concept for power generation and fluid transfer – named New Hope
New Hope – an abbreviation for New Heights Of Physics & Energy – has been developed as an innovative concept for power generation and fluid transfer. The system is a mechanical device designed to harness gravitational and centripetal or centrifugal forces with minimal input from an external source, for example, input can be an electric motor, hydro, wind, biofuels, solar panels and so on. The external source of input initiates the primary mover (rotating mass) the ball depicted in the picture above, and the reaction of the rotating mass activates the gravitational, centripetal and or centrifugal forces. As the velocity of the rotating mass is increased the centrifugal force is amplified exponentially.
Initiation of New Hope can be with many alternative inputs as mentioned above, the energy extrapolated from New Hope is applicable for almost any application(s). The extrapolated energy can be determined as desired, I, e electrical or mechanical output from New Hope. In order to operate New Hope in a perfect harmony is to loop the system. This will be possible with one of the following examples. A prop shaft with an impeller is connected to New Hope; the impeller is driven by the water flowing down stream. New Hope can pump the water back upstream with greater efficiency than required to drive it in the first instance.
Initially experts in the field of mechanical engineering were critical of the mechanism implemented in New Hope. They were strongly convinced the mechanical motion will experience kinematic locks at various points. In order to investigate this, computer simulations were conducted by a reputable German company to clarify and validate kinematic locks are not prevalent in the mechanism of New Hope.
This was followed by the construction of a proof of concept prototype to fathom out any further discrepancies and doubts. It took fourteen years to construct five prototypes to establish the optimum positions and locations of the components and their performances.
The first prototype was made partially from wood and metal parts and a rubber pipe, as the track for the rotating steel ball, approximately 11/12 years ago. The second and third followed within eighteen months of the first one, all construction from here on was from different grades of steel, according to the loads and stresses we speculated. The fourth was the most robust and efficient of the four prototypes constructed, with immense variability to change/on-demand the speeds and load of the rotating mass, this equates to output forces dictated by the speed and load of New Hope.
New Hope will generate electrical and mechanical power for many sectors and diverse applications. Also transfer fluids with exceptional efficiency, especially pumping water from source, I, e from the ground, river or sea then desalinate and distribute whilst generating electricity, all at the same time.
The rotating mass in New Hope is initiated with an electrical input, causing changes in and around the conditions of the oscillating disc, resulting in a downward slope, permitting the mass to accelerate under the influence of gravity and momentum. Once the inertia within New Hope is overcome, the momentum of the rotating mass continues to generate drag greater than the input; compelling evidence of the above mentioned is highlighted in the measurements taken with calibrated Zes Zimmer precision power analyser.
Below are the charts of eight tests illustrating simultaneous input and output from New Hope with Zes Zimmer precision power analyser, it was calibrated before and after the tests. First five tests were soft starts and the last three tests were hard starts.
Scalability of New Hope is tremendously vast, from a few Kilowatts to a few Megawatts output at this stage. Theoretical assumptions and calculations for the very large system has not been compiled or considered because some components need to be designed especially for New Hope that are suitable for the load bearing capacity.
The UK and USA patents are granted, European is pending. We are seeking a commercial partner(s) to manufacture and market New Hope. For further information and interest please contact us on the details below.