Multiple Order Harmonics: Tuning the QEG 2017 ESTC

Ronald Brandt was a brilliant experimenter who was successful in developing many Tesla and related technologies. He associated with many of the legends of the “Free Energy” and Tesla Sciences field including the late John Bedini who he shared his well-known “Tesla Switch” plans with that ran an electrical motor in a unique way that allowed the batteries to stay charged up while producing an abundance of mechanical work.

With a different methodology, he developed a generator technology that had high energy gains based on synchronizing various resonances in the system and this serves as the foundation for the Quantum Energy Generator or QEG project, which became an internationally known phenomena by Hope Girl and the Fix the World Organization.

The QEG is a switched/variable reluctance, variable frequency generator that uses mechanically pumped parametric resonance (tank circuit) to generate up to 30,000 volts of reactive power in its primary windings.

The reactive power in the core is then converted to real power by the secondary windings.

The QEG has 2 modes of operation; conventional mode, which produces about 800 Watts peak output for 1,000 Watts input, and resonance mode, where the machine is operated at a particular RPM/frequency to excite the fundamental mechanical resonant frequency (around 2.4kHz) from a lower order harmonic.

In resonance mode the machine appears to be capable of overunity due to the output voltage increase afforded by the vibration of the core steel when the machine is driven into resonance.

Join us in exploring the possibilities by unifying all parts of the generator as one synchronized energy machine.

Learn more: Multiple Order Harmonics

 

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