The motor is based on the pulse motor but without the normal glide phase (that is the phase where the pulse motor fails to achieve efficiency over a normal motor.) Pulse motors like any motor can be scaled to any size, from the ones in cell phones which cause them to vibrate, to motors the size of houses. MEIM is in the same category, only its powered through the glide phase by the manipulation of the magnetic fields as we demonstrated. So, it uses electricity only 50% of the time. A standard electric motor requires electity 100% of the time. Electric motors use 40%-45% of today's generated power. This motor could cut that in half.
Used in anything from ceiling fans, AC and fridge compressors to industrial applications it would cut power bills immensely.
The Zero Electric-motive Repulsion Generation technonlogy is based on the standard generator design. So again, it is as scalable as any generator out there but about 80% more efficient as it balances out the negative electromotive forces which encumber a normal generator. This advancement can be added to generators, including wind, creating more power with far less torque. This means the wind generators can be made much smaller and more compact while supplying the same amount of energy as large ones. The same goes for any type of generator, making them much smaller, cutting the cost of running them, using far less energy, gas diesel etc.
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