Turbines with final yield over 100%? Alessandro Leghi he has a prototype at home, and claims that "if perfected, engineered and sufficiently widespread, they would significantly reduce all the environmental problems associated with the production of energy from combustion engines." The idea was born in 2003, the prototype was completed in 2012 when Alessandro and his brother demonstrated how it is possible, from a mechanical point of view, to push mechanical 1900 W on the turbine shaft with a mechanical thrust power equal to 330 W.
1) When and why did you start working for a "super turbine"?
What I called "super turbine”Technically it is the rational solution to a negative emotional problem. In 2003 I was finishing building a house and I had to think about energy connections, I had installed thermal solar panels but I was not satisfied: they were not enough, I wanted energy independence and definitively solve the environmental problems related to the production of energy from combustion engines. In the end she arrived: the improved CCS turbine.
2) How is a final yield greater than 100% possible?
This new "turbine”Is the result of a new method of coupling between any motor (eg electric) and the corresponding power supplier (eg alternator). When the engine is running and the turbine is running, it pushes mechanical energy on the alternator in such a way that the amount of electricity produced by the alternator is greater than that consumed by the engine.
Practically the amount of electricity supplied by the alternator is greater than that consumed by the engine which uses it to support the turbine.
3) How does it work? What physical principles did you rely on?
The patent reports describe several dozen assets of the turbine but the physical principle, more or less elaborated depending on the set-up, is very old and is that of the classic millstone pushed by a donkey.
Replacing the pulley of any motor for the donkey and the pulley of the corresponding power supplier for the grinder, the game is done. The balance of kinetic energies at different speeds leads to the correct conclusion. The power supplier on a reduced speed to express the same kinetic energy produces more power than the thrust element.
4) Do you have a prototype today? What are the costs of this type of "super" machine compared to ordinary machines?
The prototype I made with my brother demonstrates from a mechanical point of view the possibility of obtaining free energy by mechanical energy. The prototype clarifies, referring to the classic millstone, the difference between keeping the “millstone” in a fixed position and rotating its “groove” or rotating it in the groove as has been the case for thousands of years.
In my opinion, the costs of ordinary turbines are very high, while if engineered and industrialized, the costs of these types of turbines should be drastically reduced and be affordable for many. The best turbines have an efficiency that goes just over 30-35%, these well over 100%.
5) Where could they be used? In what sectors? With what results?
Technically they can replace any type of conventional turbine or engine. The goodness of success lies in the engineering and the ability to reduce the size to a minimum or to obtain maximum performance.
They self-feed and self-sustain themselves simply with the presence of air and water or with the electricity they self-produce. We may have turbines in electric, pneumatic or hydraulic versions. We could have ships that “move on water”, vehicles that “move on air”…. I leave room for everyone's imagination ... ..
6) What environmental implications are there?
These turbines, if perfected, engineered and sufficiently widespread, they would considerably reduce all the environmental problems related to the production of energy from combustion engines. The use and diffusion of this new technology would make it possible to ensure greater climatic safety or rather less interference of human activities with the earth system and its natural laws.
It can be produced "green" energy even without sun, wind and water jumps simply by building machines that "work" according to the principle already seen that it has a very old taste but that has "escaped" for some time.
However, we must not forget that free-energy, low cost energy, does not mean cooling or heating in excess: it would still be an environmental disaster due to “clean” pollution.
7) What social implications?
The extent of the social implications depends on how much the turbine will be industrialized and how widespread it will be and, above all, when it will be idea it will be understood and appreciated.
Among the many ifs and buts, it can be said that there will no longer be the need to concentrate the total production of energy in a few companies, it will no longer be necessary to research, extract, transform and transport any fuel.
I hope that the choice will fall on a widespread diffusion of energy production with a great benefit in terms of jobs, which in these times of crisis would solve a lot of problems.