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Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine  
Magnetic Engine
The Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine is an energy converter, it does not create energy. It converts Electrical Energy into Mechanical Energy.  

The Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine is the Magnetic Renewable System powered by only a battery.

The Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine (US Patent) is similar to the Combustion Engine in that it turns a crankshaft. But instead of a combustion chamber it has a Magnetic Chamber powered by electricity. The Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine are three primary systems working together.

  • Magnetic Chamber
  • Crankshaft
  • Power Supply


Magnetic Chamber



The Magnetic Chamber uses the physics of magnetism, opposite poles attract (pull) and same poles repel (push). The Magnetic Chamber uses an electromagnet powered by electricity to change the poles and the amount of magnetic forces. The Electromagnet is in the center of two permanent magnets. The permanent magnets move in a linear motion (up and down). This is the Magnetic Chamber, connecting multiple Magnetic Chambers together can produce various horsepower and torque.

The Magnetic Chamber is connected to the crankshaft, turning the crankshaft a ½ stroke.

Benefits of 1/2 Stroke

The crankshaft is the best way to convert energy into torque (work) for the least amount of energy. Every turn of a crankshaft is a stroke, when energy (power) is applied to a stroke it is called the power stroke. The number of strokes it takes to produce a power strokes depends on the type of fuel. The combustion engine uses 4 strokes because of the combustion process, burning fossil fuels.

The crankshaft is an energy converter that uses mechanical advantage. Mechanical Advantage is used to convert one type of energy into mechanical energy with the objective of increasing the amount of energy. The ½ stroke has two benefits over the 4 strokes because of mechanical advantage.

Potential Energy in Crankshaft

The Crankshaft has a large amount of Potential Energy that can be accessed by two variations, the stroke number and the stroke distance (crank). The Stroke Number sets the Input Energy. The smaller the distance, the revolution, between energy transferred, power strokes. The smaller the amount of energy is required. The stroke distance set the amount of energy that can be accessed, increasing the Output Energy. The law of lever is used to understand the amount of energy. The longer the stroke distance, crank, the more energy is accessed.

Electrical Power Supply

The Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine is powered by Electricity. The electricity is primarily for the electromagnet. The main source of Electricity is a battery bank.

  • Battery Bank – Storage – limited supply, maximum horsepower output


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