Hydro-Magnetic Dynamo PowerPoint Presentation

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During the era of the 1980s a Russian
scientist, Oleg V. Gritskevich, invented
a device dubbed as a hydro magnetic
dynamo (HMD).
There were three
dynamo proto-types built. The first two
small experimental prototypes were
built in Vladivostok, Russia in the late
1980s. The third and last prototype built
in Armenia (destroyed in the civil war)
continuously
generated
electricity,
except when turned off to incorporate
improvements, from 1992 to January
1997.The Armenian prototype generated
a direct current of 6,800 amperes at 220
volts, approximately 1.5 megawatts.
Oleg V. Gritskevich presents his HMD at the
“New energetic” conference at the Alternative
Energy Institute in Salt Lake City, 1999
The scientist, now deceased, was
unable to secure funding to further the
technology, prior to his untimely death.
Hydro-Magnetic Dynamo (HMD)
The hydro-magnetic dynamo (HMD) is a largescaled emission-free electrical generator, which
does not require external fueling. The source of
the HMD’s huge electrical output is a nuclear
reaction. The HMD produces alpha particles,
which are helium nuclei made from fused
deuterium, an isotope of hydrogen with one
proton and one neutron. The electrons missing
from the helium nuclei provide a copious “sink”
of electricity, which provides the dynamo’s
ability to generate an exceptionally large amount
of electricity. It is also known that high-density
charge clusters are created in the dynamo; these
Polishing of internal surface of
the HMD toroid at machining tool clusters are thought by theorists to be the basis
of plasma-injected transmutation of elements
in Armenia, 1991
and also the neutralization of radioactive
materials. Unlike hot fusion and fission reactors,
the HMD does not accumulate any radioactive
components.
Patent Description of the Technology
The following is a condensed description of the
Hydro Magnetic Dynamo taken from the original
Russian patent.
“The dynamo is a sealed toroid filled with distilled
water with heavy water (deuterium oxide) added.
The movement of water inside the toroid (closedloop) takes advantage of the unique properties of
water as a polar liquid, which cause a release of
electrical energy due to the rupture of hydrogen
connections (bonds). Additional electrical energy is
drawn from nuclear reactions and micro-cavitational
HMD in protective plastic processes. The liquid, due to the movement in the
toroid, is ionized with a magnetic field due to the
“jacket”.
stimulation of electromagnetic windings.
A thin layer of electrical material covers the internal
surfaces of the toroid. Thirty-two electrodes made
from a hard-alloy material are inserted into the
toroid at equal distances and are connected to a
power supply. Additional stimulation windings are
also connected to the power supply.”
More Description of the Technology
The creation of a magnetic field, due to the stimulation windings
moves the water in one direction inside the toroid. An electromotive
force is created by the electromagnetic induction in a separate set of
windings. During the motion of the water with super low conductivity,
electric potentials of high magnitude are generated due to friction and
excitation of the coated layer on the inside surface of the toroid.
These potentials create special form and magnitude of dynamical
electrical gradients making possible transmutation of substances
inside the toroid via low energy nuclear reactions (LENR) providing
with more electromotive forces for the process. As result, copious
amounts of excess electrical energy are generated than is required for
electrical energy input.
2 Megawatt System Layout
Toroid and
Windings
Cooling System
Starting
Device
Capacitors
Buffer Battery
System
System Economics
 The technology is self sustaining and produces no
emissions, including air or nuclear.
 The process utilizes no fossil fuels and produces
electricity, effectively and efficiently at substantially
reduced costs to anything on the market.
 A well-run nuclear power plant can generate power at 1.5
cents/kilowatt-hour, coal 3.0 cents, natural gas 5.5 cents,
and oil 6.0 cents, current cost average.
 Hydro Magnetic Dynamo’s operating cost will be
approximately 0.1 cent/kilowatt-hour with no external fuel
needed and no pollution!
 Life cycle: >10 years after each major maintenance cycle.
Patents are supported in:
•Russia
•Australia
•Singapore
•Israel
•Japan
and valid patent application in Brazil.
We are interested in long-term business relationship with a
strategic partner/investor for development of this energy
technology. It concerns not only the questions of financing
but also of technical support, R&D staff, security, marketing
etc.
 We are planning to spend 24 month on the R&D stage. The
aim is to create 1-2 generators with the output of 1-5 MW
during the time.
 The necessary investment for 2 years is about USD10
million.
• We will be able to get profit and return the investment in
the 3rd year of the project in case of selling the licenses –
if it is reasonable in the situation at the moment.
• Additional investments will be needed to organize
production. If we produce and sell generators with the
output till 5 MW in the amount of only 100 pieces a year,
we will be able to return all the costs and get profit in the
5th year of the project.
Contacts
 Sintos Systems OÜ (Estonia, reg. nr.10820589)
Mr. Boris Gritskevich
Phone +372 555 64 555
E-mail: [email protected],
[email protected]
Skype: bobogri
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