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Basic Research  
Primary Research
Here is the basic research of the Magnetic Renewable System. Starting with the Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine and ending with Renewable Energy.

The Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine is based on turning a crankshaft ½ stroke. The MEP Formula is used to find the Magnetic Force it takes to turn a crankshaft by pushing and pull of the Magnetic Chamber. The amount of Magnetic Forces is used to size the electromagnet and permanent magnet in the Magnetic Chamber. The stroke distance of the crankshaft is based on the crankshaft from the Combustion Engine.

  • Use MEP Formula to find the force it takes to turn a Crankshaft
  • Turn Crankshaft ½ Stroke
  • Turn Generator / Alternator
  • Renewable Energy
Convert Pressure to Force    

The Mean Effective Pressure is an abstraction of the pressure exerted into the combustion chamber of an internal Combustion Engine. Mean Effective Pressure is abbreviated MEP.

It is calculated by taking the torque exerted by the engine over a revolution for a 2-Stroke engine and two revolutions for a 4-Stroke, and dividing it by its displacement. In SI units, for MEP in Pascal’s.

  • MEP = 4 πT/V for a 4-Stroke
  • MEP = 2 πT/V for a 2-Stroke
  • MEP = .5 πT/V for a 1/2-Stroke

T is torque (in newton meters)
V is volume (in cubic meters)

MEP is a useful comparison tool between different engines, and is a good indicator of the level of performance achieved by its competitor and manufacturer. It measures the efficiency of the conversion from the indicated mean effective pressure in the cylinder to the output shaft and the level of pressure attained in an engine. It’s important to remember that the values produced by the formula are for theoretical analysis only, and do not reflect the actual pressures inside an individual combustion chamber.

Combustion Engine Information
  • Stroke# - Number of Strokes (4-Stroke, 2-Stroke)
  • Chamber# - Number of pistons
  • Stroke (in/mm) - Distance of stroke of the crankshaft
  • Bore (in/mm) - Diameter of the pistons
  • Torque (FT-LB/Nm) - Torque of the Combustion Engine 4-Stroke or 2-Stroke
  • RPM - RPM for the torque
Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine    

The Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine is based on the force from the MEP Formula. The Magnetic Force number is used to size the electromagnet and permanent magnet for the Magnetic Chamber. The stroke of the crankshaft used to design a crankshaft based on the Magnetic Chamber. The Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine is powered by battery for the electromagnet and all the electrical systems.

Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine Information
  • Stroke (in/mm) - Crankshaft Stroke Distance
  • Chamber# - Number Magnetic Chambers
  • Magnetic Force (LB/N) - Magnetic Force (MEP) + Chamber Weight
  • Torque (FT-LBS/Nm) - Engine based on 1/4-Stroke
  • Standard HP - Engine Horsepower based on RPM
  • Standard kW - Electricity Generator based on RPM
  • RPM - 5,000 to 10,000
Magnetic Renewable System    

The Magnetic Renewable System is the Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine powered by renewable energy. The Electromagnetic Reciprocating Engine turns a generator or alternator, subtracting 30% of the energy for the electromagnet and all the electrical systems.

Magnetic Renewable System Information

  • Renewable HP - Subtract 30% from Standard HP
  • Renewable kW - Subtract 30% from Standard kW
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