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A New Technology for a New Green Power

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From: Kristine Cerny []

Sent: Friday, December 23, 2011 09:46


Subject: A New Technology for a New Green Power



An end to coal fired power plants. An end to nuclear power plants. An end to the Worlds need for oil itself. Electricity so cheap, so totally clean and so super abundant that a hydrogen/electric powered World is within our reach. Not a farfetched dream but US Patent Pending number 61/571,218. I have invented a device that is 100 times more efficient than today’s hydroelectric power generating technology. I have turned the World of Physics up-side-down making it. It is Technology so new that it doesn’t even have a classification. It is a simple, low tech answer to so many of our questions.


Adrian F. Cerny

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Could This Green Invention Stop Global Warming?

Expensive Electricity and Oil Dependence Could Be a Thing of the Past

Adrian F. Cerny, Yahoo! Contributor Network

Nov 7, 2011 “Share your voice on Yahoo! websites. Start Here.”

Are you as tired with all the goose-stepping, do as the scientists tell us to do, think as the scientists tell us to think, as I am? Can looking at the World upside-down help develop a very simple idea, too simple not to work, that can power the World in actuality? You decide.

Here you will find drawings and descriptions of my newest invention the ” Pneumatic-Electric Power

Generating System”. See if you can find the logic error in it, IF there is one that is. AFC

The purpose of this device is to generate electrical power by using the lifting power of air rising in water. My device acts like a hydroelectric power generator in that the deeper the water the more efficient the power output. But my device needs no dam or river or external water supply when an air compressor supplies the needed air.

Note: 1. An air bubble rises in water at about one (1) foot per second of time. 2. The lifting force of air rising in water is directly equal to the weight of the displaced water. Thus a one (1) cubic foot air bubble has the lifting force of one (1) cubic foot (62 pounds) of water. 3. As an air bubble rises in

water its volume increases due to a lowering of its surrounding water pressure.

The device works as follows:

The air compressor or air pump/regulator supplies the high-pressure air volume that the air pump-

regulator inserts into the air wheels air chambers. With the compressed air inside the air chambers

it begins to rise to the the surface of the water adding forces to the device. There might be hundreds of air chambers in operation simultaneously.

As this compressed air rises it expands due to the now lowering water pressure that surrounds it. The lifting power of air in water is directly related to its

volume of water displacement. As the air volume increases so too does its lifting force. The airs lifting forces will keep increasing until it reaches the

water’s surface or it is ejected from the device. These air chambers are affixed to a roller chain that is connected to wheels at both ends of

the airwheel loop, as shown. As the air chambers lift they force the wheels to rotate. This rotation is  then converted into electrical power.

Then these air chambers lose their air at the top of the airwheel and, now deflated and streamlined, travel downwards to be recharged with air at the air

pump-regulator to start the cycle all over again.

Page 1: shows a simple drawing of the airwheel next to a dam. As the drawing shows air is placed

into the air chambers at the bottom and this air adds upwards force to the device at an increasing

rate until it is dumped out near the top.

Page. 2: shows a frontal view of the airwheel and demonstrates the air expansion-lifting force

increase principle. As this drawing shows with a 700 foot tall Hoover Dam elevation airwheel an

insertion of one (1) cubic foot of air (62 lbs. lifting force) will expand to twenty (20) cubic of air

(1240 lbs lifting force) as it nears the surface where it is then ejected. These now empty and

collapsed air chambers return to the bottom to be recharged with air again to continue the cycle.

Note: There is a throttle for this machine in that more air can be injected into the air chambers at the beginning of its cycle. This will end up increasing the lifting power of the air chambers at an

accelerated rate. Example: If two (2) cubic feet of air were injected into the beginning of the device

in page 2, it would start out with 124 lbs. of lifting force and be “full” (1240 lbs) half way up. This

would add many thousands of extra pounds of lifting force to the device. A pressure relief valve

ensures that the air chambers are not damaged by over inflation.

Page 3, shows a close-up of a bellows style air chamber with rotating air nozzle head that inserts the air into the air chamber through the spring-loaded valve. This drawing shows the air valve section located in the middle of the support shafts with two opposing bellows style air chambers. As the drawing shows air is inserted into the air chambers at the lowest point of the airwheels cycle. The air pump-regulator rotates and is timed to the air chambers rotation.

The POWER of AIR ( 2 pages) is comparison of power output between my airwheel and today’s Hoover Dam. As it shows, even after subtracting 30% for drag, my machine is 146 times more


US Patent Pending (61/571,218).

In conclusion I would like to add that unlike today’s hydroelectric power plants that only use the

power of high pressure water for fraction of a second and thus only transfer power to the water turbine wheels, for a fraction of a second, my device utilizes the lifting power of air from hundreds of air chambers for many minutes as its speed is optimal at approximately one foot rise per second of time. It is a slow RPM machine but it has the potential to POWER the WORLD!


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