|Jack Johnson sent this to
Electrifying Times. He claims his electric motor is of a new design, which
Jack has just registered at the US patent office Washington DC.
It has on field windings for no residual magnetism, just two armatures that repel and attract for a dual out. Jack put a clockwise and a counter clockwise with the armatures on a fix shaft. They can be increased in diameter for more leverage and increased torque, which Jack says can lead to better acceleration and less electric consumption. That would be good for the hybrid or electric car industry, longer battery life.
At this point in time Jack qualifies for 3 government grant:
- Innovation and invention of up to $75,000.00
- Prototype and development up to $250,000.00
- Business marketing and manufacturing up to $250,000.00
But Jack does not have the business knowledge or background to obtain it. He would like to get this project going, and was thinking of a partnership or some other type of assistance. Help in the grant and business and so on, and even in the research and development. Jack feels this project could turn into a new business, jobs for a lot of people. Or Jack would be willing to sale the idea out right for 15 % of the total grant money.
If you should be interested or someone you know or have any ideas on this please let Jack know.
"It all started when I was looking for the lost mine Josephine de Martinique. The hike is a hard one. Every time my friend and I went, we would say wish we had a helicopter. I started looking on the net for a helicopter. I found this site http://www.pra.org.
They had gyrocopters. My Dad made one back in 1965
or so. I thought it would be cool to make one. I got started. Then I seen
the coaxial configuration thinking of all the little things to cross a
helicopter and a gyrocopter and how to power it. I could have used two gas
motors but hybrid or electric? No one had done it, so... I had been
thinking of a electric motor with a bigger armature for some time. It just
did not click how, until I though about using it on the coaxial.
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