Sunday, January 07, 2007

Reply Re: "Hungarian Device"

1. We should be thankful to the unidentified author of the „Hungarian Device” put on the internet, dated Wednesday, 6 December 2006, 02:36:01 EST, which could have been „induced” by EMYRONE]at[” on 5 December 2006, at 13:11, also on the internet; (The Hungarian Device” is, of course, the EBM Generator as can be verified by reading the aforesaid 4 pages text );

2. We, at GAMMA Manager Kft (“GAMMA”) would have normally left unanswered the above notes on the internet, had them not been written presumably to the attention of the well known scientists: Professor Myron Evans (Civil List Pension, decreed by the head of State, Elizabeth II., in recognition of distinguished service to Britain in science including for: “Torsion Physics”, related to “ECE”: Einstein-Cartan-Evans Theory)

3. (a) The ECE Theory (and its elegant mathematical presentation by Professor Myron Evans, and as interpreted by H. Eckardt of Siemens AG. In Munich, in his “NumericalNote2.doc”, 17. Mrz. 2006., entitled: “An improved scheme for solving the ECE equations for electric and magnetic fields” ) reconfirms the results of L. I. Szabó’s differential equation(Collaborated in the solution by Professor Martin Muldoon, of York University in Ontario, Canada), dated July 5, 1985. It is shown that, magnetic fields do contain “extra energy” which can be harnessed; (See: pages 5 and 6 of “Introducing GAMMA Manager Kft, developer of the EBM Technology, Eckardt’s 5 pages ( ) and the 8 pages interview of Evans on Torsion by Tim Ventura ;

(b) The results of the said differential equation were the basis of the R & D and the engineering design of the over 10 EBM Power Plants under L.I.Szabó, which lasted little over 20 years to-date (and produced the “Stalin-era engineering and the clunky kit”, as it is being referred to by some and quoted from the above 4 pages article out of the internet: “Hungarian Device”).

4. The above differential equation contains propriety information, and GAMMA being a commercial entity, could not publish it, due to the signed Non-Disclosure Agreement; However that it works is proven by the 4 working prototypes in the measuring station in Budapest!

5. Those, who are not in the power generation business, may not comprehend that for example, a “350 MWe EBM Power Plant”, or a larger working prototype must appear to be a “clunky-kit”, because it is!

6. It should be noted for the record that the scaled-up G-300 EBM Unit, after built, will produce 112 watt/kg at N=1,500 rpm which is much more than the published 64.1 watt/kg, if and when it will be built and/or demonstrated.

L. I. Szabó

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Dear Interested EBM Participant:

During the past months, especially since posting the „Open House” of the EBM Technology on the internet the bookings for participations in the EBM Technology necessitated the management of Electro Erg Ltd („EEL”) and GAMMA Manager Kft („GAMMA”) to accept visitors to the measuring station („LAB”) in Budapest who already signed up to become a Distributor License holder of EBM;
Accordingly, therefore, the above will be effective from December 1, 2006, and all enquiries will be handled on that basis.

L. I. Szabó
President, EEL

Friday, November 24, 2006

EBM Paper Presented on November 19, 2006 by Professor Szabo of EEL at the „150 Year of Nicola Tesla Conference” in Heidelberg, Germany

The detailed account on EBM Technology given by Professor Szabo was unanimously declared by the little over 100 participants to be highly successful and timely and was said that EBM is a mile stone achievement in the non-toxic, affordable energy production field; An appreciable segment of the participants of the presentation is now seeking tangible commercial participation in the EBM Technology;

Professor Szabo enlightened the audience, using actual EBM design equations, that the production of EBM Energy begins with the produced extra (sellable) torque, i.e. mechanical energy, which then can be utilized to drive, for example, a generator, or the screw of a ship or drive a locomotive; Also Professor Szabo explained why the output/input energy ratio asymptotically approaches infinite, and this ratio is limited only by the strength of materials (i. e. stress) of the revolving rotor section of the EBM Unit;

Thus, it is meaningless talking about, as some reporters did so recently, an output/input ratio of say, 106 %!

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Brief historical summary of the EBM Units: 1992-2006

1. Number of EBM Units manufactured, tested and operated since 1992 to 2006, for which log-books are available:
(a) BB-LEGO: 4 units
(b) C 4/4 1 unit
(c) 720 unit: 2 units
(d) Total No. of EBM Units: 7 units

Note: Prior to 1992, 108 prototype units were tested and discarded!

2. Number of logged operating hours by the above 7 EBM Units since 1992: over 100,000 hours!

3. (a) In 2001, the manufacturing order for the 1st commercial unit was cancelled to correct design errors in the commercial size EBM Units.
(b) Between 2002 and 2006 fourteen (14) commercial size units were designed, ranging from 1.5 MWe to 225 MWe in sizes;
(c) In 2005 and 2006, cost of manufacturing, installations and operations were obtained from vendors to price out and to establish tariff rates: cents/kWHe (electric) and cents/kWHh (heating energy);

4. First 1.5 MWe and 3.0 MWe EBM Units are negotiated for Russia and Canada under contract in 2006, to be commissioned in mid 2008, together with the larger 300 MWe EBM Plant for China (to be commissioned in 2009);

Monday, October 16, 2006

Introduction into testing procedures of the EBM Midget Power Plant and prototype units for outsiders

1. This is a “bare-bones” introduction for outsiders and does not cover all the details!

2. The complex nature of the technology requires that the uninitiated “outsider“ follows the herein presented step-by-step explanations and procedures which are briefly detailed below:
2.01 First is the signing of the Confidentiality and Non-competition Agreements;
2.02 In order to verify the total “sellable energy” (“ΔP”) produced by the EBM Units the following will be measured and evaluated from the Test results:
A) The difference between the total output and input performances (energies) which consist of:
a) electrical input and output;
b) heat energy outputs:
i) through the heat exchanger, and
ii) heat which does not go through the heat exchanger (i.e. leaks through the box in which the unit is working) but produced by the EBM Unit.
B) The torque on the shaft of the unit and the rotational speed of the shaft;
2.03 The ΔP of any given EBM Unit can be varied appreciably by a large number of working parameters of the unit, such as:
A) Excitation current (amperes);
B) Rotational speed (n/min);
C) Saturation of the iron;
D) The “cos φ” factor;
E) The sequence of the hook-up of the armature (stator) circuitry;
F) The load on the unit;
G) The type of rotor used, and the size of δ2 airgap;
Just to mention some of the most important ones;
2.04 A) Starting with a “cold” EBM Unit, after selection is made for the parameters listed in 2.03, one test takes 24 + 12 36 hours continuous running of the unit. (24 hours to heat up the unit and to measure the leakage and 12 hours for the rest).
B) Starting with an adequately warm EBM Unit, one complete test takes approximately 12 + 12 24 hours (12 hours for the leakage test and 12 hours for the load test), unless the leakage test result is available from earlier test series;.
2.05 Starting with an outside “expert”, he/she must take a minimum of a day introductory seminar of the physics and math related to the EBM Technology presented in EBM Booklets, given by L.I. Szabo or by one of the Gamma scientists, before he/she is allowed to participate in the EBM Verification Test and in the following Evaluation. (Expert means: adequate background and experience).
2.06 After 2.05 ”the expert” usually must pass the qualifying examination by one or two Gamma scientists, to see that he/she absorbed the minimum required information and knowledge;

3. A) Due to the cost of the ‘hand-made’ 720 EBM Unit (well over one (1) million USD), it is never allowed to go beyond 1,000 rpm speed of the rotor, thus avoiding possible disintegration of the rotor (and damage to the unit) due to the centrifugal force acting on it at higher speeds.
3.01 It should be mentioned that we do design units with much higher speeds for commercial EBM Units;
3.02 It should be mentioned that ∆P (kw) is sellable performance (energy), which is defined as:
total output (kw) minus total input (kw); ∆P (kw) increases “pro-rata” with the speed of the rotor;
for example, if ∆P1 = 10 kw at 750 rpm, the same unit will achieve at n = 1800 rpm: ∆P2 = (1800/750) X 10 kw = 2.4 X 10 = 24 kw;
B) At this time our design limit is not to go higher than n = 3,600 rpm for commercial units, except in special cases.

4. For commercial EBM Units, such as the 1 MWe Unit or larger units, up to 150 MWe in size which were designed and costed out::
A) The leakage mentioned in 2.02 under (A)(b)(ii) is small relative to the output and it is of no interest and ignored; (Consider for a sphere: F[m2]/V[m3], which is the ratio proportionate to the surface divided by the volume i.e. weight!
B) The start-up period from (cold) zero speed to working speed is 90 to 360 seconds only, depending upon the size of the “kick-start” unit.

5. The phrase of “sellable energy” in the above paragraph 2.02 needs clarification, as follows:
(A) Since we are describing in this introduction the testing of the prototype EBM Units (which are, of course, not commercial sizes) the purpose of the testing is to establish the difference between the total output and total input performances (energies), on the one hand, further the size of the leaked out energy through the walls of the “thermo-box” (in which the prototype unit is located) produced as output energy of the EBM Unit is not negligible, on the other hand, thus we must measure the leaked out energy as output performance of the unit under testing.
(B) The result of each testing is used for several purposes, including the engineering calculations of “scaling-up” the various sizes of the prototype units to much larger commercial unit sizes;
(C) If the leaked out performance (energy) produced by the prototype unit were not taken into account, the scaling up calculations/estimations would be in error and the “sellable energy” of the commercial units would be completely inaccurate!