Parallel Energy and its founder Elberto Berdut with the cooperation of Dr. David Serrano PhD in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and other professors from the Engineering College of Mayagüez, have developed an apparatus similar to a generator of electricity with a rotor provided with rare earth permanent magnets and an aluminum tube stator with SS shafts mounted in ball cages. As the rotor rotates, the tubes spin freely, producing eddy currents. These currents are converted into heat, reaching a temperature that will depend on the speed of the rotor.

In the first tests they have achieved an efficiency of 1.60% using air at room temperature, the first application for this technology was the drying of coffee and cocoa.

“The success obtained was immediate, the application for heating excellent,” says researcher Elberto Berdut. During the investigation, Dr. Orlando Ruiz (PhD in thermodynamics) He verified that in the process the water molecule was breaking and the humidity was being gasified, separating the hydrogen from the oxygen, converting the water into Oxyhydrogen., a powerful gas discovered in the 1800s with wide application. For the verification of the hydrogen, the Chemical Engineer Dr. Miguel Castro participated.

To produce this fuel, only the gasifier is needed, which, once its heat is regulated, processes different amounts of steam without altering the energy consumption of the mechanical movement. In this process, all resources are reused to the maximum, for example, a static internal combustion engine with water cooling adapted to burn gas. “We start this engine with a small reserve of oxyhydrogen and five minutes later the hot water that circulates through the engine is passed through the gasifier that rotates connected to the engine, that hot water converted into steam is driven by an electric “Blower” that pushes that hot moisture by the gasifier converting that moisture into oxyhydrogen that feeds the engine,” says Berdut, who specifies that “we use the output force through the motor shaft to generate electricity or to drive vehicles, in this process when the oxyhydrogen is burned it is produces steam; the water from that steam is recovered converted into water that is reusable. The unrecovered part of the water returns to nature, continuing its indestructible cycle and in the end the consumption of natural resources is zero. and zero damage to the environment once this technology is put into use on our planet. The wealth of countries will be determined by their own efforts«.

The results obtained from this new technology indicate that the parasitic currents, having no outlet, are converted into heat, producing electrolysis with the participation of other components (aluminum, the magnetic field or high cycling, thermal energy and dynamic energy). allowing water to be converted into the perfect energy.

The researchers point out that «Before the end of 2022, we will have a prototype of a plant with a capacity of 10 kilos of electrical energy, capable of meeting the needs of a multi-family home. This plant will process 1.5 to 2 gallons of water, and 50% or more of the water will be recovered.” Likewise, they assure that by that date they will already be able to count on a four-passenger vehicle with a protected and patented technology.

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