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Is the motor and generator atop the Rosch's KPP actually a QMoGen? Is the
buoyancy system unnecessary?
The air compressor on left, and the generator
head on right (both for 100 kW demo system) are culprits for the real
Herbert Frank, who attended the AuKW demo and is satisfied it is for real, is
also convinced that buoyancy is not the heart of the system. Rather, the air
compressor motor and the generator are working together like a QMoGen, with the
buoyancy system acting like the (inefficient) belt between them.
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As we've been watching this GAIA's
demonstration of their five kilowatt AuKW system, which is a home-power
version of the utility-scale version by Rosch
Innovations, many of us have been in a real quandary. Scientifically
and logically, it makes no sense that buoyancy could be utilized for a net gain
of power. Rather, we would expect a net zero balance, minus losses.
The bottom line seems to be that it works, but the scientist in us rebels -- how
could that be?
Herbert Frank, who attended the demo on April 27, sent me the following email
(translated by Google, with some editing, compressing). He may have nailed it.
Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 10:09 AM [Mountain]
Dear Sterling D. Allan,
I have seen the demonstration of AuKW also on April 27. I can confirm
that the equipment generates real power. Unlike the pictured principle
(buoyancy in water column), I am convinced that the actual inventors are
the Serbian designers of the motor and generator technology.
If you think back two years, you can probably still remember the effort
with the magnet motor of Muammer Yildiz.
In April 2013, there was the Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva, with a
livestream reporting on Muammer Yildiz Magnet Motor. The magnet motor
never ran long, only a few minutes at a time. On the last day, you had an
interview at the next level. The young men you talked to were from
Belgrade and had a new electric motor they invented and were searching for
customers for their engine to be produced much cheaper. Is this [video]
[I am convinced that] this motor is [what is] in the AuKW of Rosch as a
generator and as a Motor for the compressor used.
Rosh has bought 60% of the shares of the company of these 3 young
Serbs. In the AuKW is likely a QEG [I think he meant QMoGen]
application. The energy confusion with COP 1:40 is due to the motor and
generator being spatially separated by the buoyant construction as
Please remember the conversation between the Serbs and Yildiz, "We
should do together and in cooperation with the magnet motor with our
electric power generating."
Should still a recording of this live stream exist, I would be greatly
interested in a copy.
The interview in question is at /2013/04/11/9602293_Yildiz-Magnet-Motor_Demo_Report_April_11_2013/
The name of the company is ENSTROJ.
The video of my interview with them is embedded on that page.
Here's the relevant portion of that story:
Another highlight from the day was meeting with a group of four guys from Slovenia who drove 8 hours to see the Yildiz motor. They have created a company,
ENSTROJ, bringing forward a super-efficient, high-power motor/generator, which is now in production, recently finishing a batch of 20 motors. It was measured by Siemens to have an efficiency of 96%, with power output from between 5 kw and 100
kw. It weighs 2-3 times less than competing motors, and costs 2-3 times less. It is a great technology to pair with something like the Yildiz motor. I shot a
video interview with them.
One of their scientists is also involved in LENR research, and has ideas
about how to create high torque in a compact package.
I think he's onto something. The question is if Rosch is also onto it, or if
they haven't put two and two together of what makes their system work. It could
be that they could scrap the entire buoyancy portion and just use something else
to similarly yoke the motor and the generator to get the same effect. Or maybe
they have figured out the QMoGen portion of it, and they are using the buoyancy
portion as a decoy, to keep people off the scent of the real secret.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 4:54 AM
Subject: Aw: Re: Yildiz / AuKW
The video is not the company I mean. The interview took place in my memory
on the last day the fair was held, and was more than 5 minutes without a
camera [just picked up on the webcam audio].
Perhaps I am mistaken, but there were 3 people from the interview I
mentioned: from Serbia, Belgrade. The were probably just an interlocutor
with Yildiz, where the conversation took part. The Serb had said only told
that a favorable electric motor had been developed. Use in an airplane or
car was out of the question. It seemed to me as if the microphone swivel
In Belgrade, at that time, testing for the AuKW pattern was already
From my present perspective, these companies have nothing to do with
each other, but I might be wrong in this regard. (Serbia has also narrower
Connections to Tesla.)
To: Sterling Allan
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 1:41 AM
Subject: Aw: Re: Yildiz / AuKW
average 4l air in
container 25 results
in buoyancy force
F = 4
* 25 * 9.81 = 981 N
Diameter sprocket 300
mm results in torque
on the top sprocket
M = 981
* 0.15 = 147 Nm
Power on the output shaft
P = 147nm
* 0.5 U
/ s * 2Pi
= 462 W
At 120 W to
the compressor motor, arises
after lift +
compressor losses +
losses in the water pipe
a power increase to 462
From 462 W
is obtained by gear
ratio increase the output to 4800
The generator must have
a COP of
at the output shaft torque
of 1500 Nm.
From these calculations and
made similar observations
on the model in
only be closed, which produces the
COP only by motor
generator, and is.
In Belgrade only
with the generator COP there
ca 1:. 7
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