Technology (UPN: 90)

Technology Variable Torque Electrical Motor
Organisation Type Inventor
Organisation Region North America
Overview The Variable Torque Electrical Motor (VTEM) is designed to convert variable input electrical power into a varying output mechanical torque. The value of electrical power input to the device determines the specific value of the output mechanical torque.
Description

The Variable Torque Electrical Motor (VTEM) is designed to convert input electrical power into a varying output mechanical torque. The VTEM is novel due to the fact that the VTEM can convert a changing electrical power into a changing mechanical torque because contemporary electrical motors only convert varying input electrical power into a varying output mechanical angular velocity (or, in other words, a constant mechanical torque). The VTEM is useful because it has all the efficiency of an electrical motor plus the ability to accelerate with minimal input power like that of a combustion engine. The VTEM uses a non-obvious and unknown physics theory to be able to achieve a varying output mechanical torque from varying input electrical power.

Possible Applications:

Farm machinery motor, Joint replacement with prosethetic joints, Robotic arm motor, Novel electrical motor for medical equipment, Source of three-dimensional motion, Vehicular engine, Marine Transport, Railway Transport.

Competitive Advantage

The proposed technology has the efficiency of an electrical motor with the ability to accelerate with minimal input power like that of a combustion engine. The VTEM is inexpensive, has a high power-to-weight ratio, can be air-cooled, simple in design, easy to install, maintain and replace, and is relatively small in size.

Development Stage:

Research or Experimental

Intellectual Property:

No IP.

Innovator Organization consists of individual inventor who has earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering. After studying many facets of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics and Mathematics, inventor has been primarily working as a technician while inventing non-traditional propulsion devices.
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