Alexander FROLOV : New Sources of Energy
( 2021 )
The English inventor Bob Amarasingham started producing
his electricity generators back in 2009. He planned to set up
production facilities in China because there are optimal prices
for components. His 3-kilowatt autonomous power generator should
be priced at around $750, and it could hit the market in 2012.
This technology is very simple. Some small electric motor turns
a rotor with weights - eccentrics that work on the
cardioid trajectory in the vertical plane. As a result, due to
the forces of inertia, additional momentum torque appears in the
system (at half the cycle of rotation of the weights) and the
output power of the electric generator is many times greater
than the power consumed by the drive. We'll take a closer look
at the Amarasingam generators some later. Unfortunately, there
are no great achievements in organizing the mass production and
commercialization of this technology in 2021.
The GDS Technologies Group can be named as an interesting
example of free energy innovations. These power generators are
already on sale, power to order, from 5 kW to 50 kW. The author
is looking for partners for the development of the production.
We discussed a license agreement for Russia with him in 2014.
The acquisition costs for generators of this type are around
500US dollars per kilowatt of installed capacity...
Inventor Bobby Amarasingham successfully tested his AOGFG 12 kW
generator in December 2010. This device includes rotating
weights and electric drives that produce constant torque. When
starting, the drives consume about 500 watts (acceleration) and
then only 50 watts, while the generator delivers 12 kilowatts to
the useful electrical load. Rolls-Royce engineers have tested
this device and prepared contracts with manufacturers in China.
The estimated market price for a 12 kW drive (excluding the
price of an electric generator) was US $ 5,000. The dimensions
will not be more than 1,5 cubic meters. The weight of a 6 kW
machine is approximately 120 kg, for a 12 kW machine the weight
is about 200 kg.
Note that this principle takes advantage of inertial
(gyroscopic) effects resulting from the rotation of eccentrics,
so such machines can be much more compact than simple unbalanced
wheels. For example, Dmitriev’s and Amarasingam's generators are
similar, but for Dmitriev’s device the weight of a 5 kW machine
will be about 1,000 kg. The advantages of Amaragingam technology
Fig. 18. One of the first Amarasingam Generators
The Amarasingam’s generator is quiet and rustles like a
conventional air conditioning system. The plan was to produce
around 100 thousand generators per year, initially machines with
an output of 3 kilowatts, 6 kilowatts and 12 kilowatts. A small
generator (3 kilowatts) can cost around $ 750 in mass
production. This generator was supposed to be on the market in
2012 but we never saw it.
Fig. 19. Bobby Amarasingam and his 12 kW Generator
I am a representative of Amarasingam in Russia, but for many
years I have not found a serious partner in Russia for the
development of this technology. Nobody is interested to start
mass production of this generator. In 2012 Amarasingama's
marketing strategy was changed. He stopped selling licenses and
looked for partners to build power plants to get profit from the
sales of electricity. You can find the contacts of this author
on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Boboats
I will briefly explain the
principles of operation of this
machine at the level of my
understanding. A small electric motor turns the rotor with
weights - eccentrics that describe the trajectory of the
cardioid in the vertical plane. An analogy is the inertial
propulsion drive by author Thornson, but the rotor of
Amarasingam does not turn in the horizontal, but in the vertical
plane of rotation. Fig. 20 shows that the rotor on the left is
heavier and the rotor on the right is lighter. In such a
situation an additional torque is exerted on the rotor axis due
to the force of gravity.
Much more additional torque, however, is provided here by the
centrifugal force, which generates strong kinetic momentum in
the part of the eccentric trajectory. Therefore, Amarasingam
generators can be called inertial gravitational machines. The
freewheel on axis periodically provides the generator with
additional torque when the eccentric change the radius of its
Fig. 20. Trajectory of eccentrics.
In 2011, Bob Amarasingham told a reporter for an English
newspaper about supporters \of Fusion Energy: "They spent $ 500
billion trying to find a solution when the solution was so
simple that even a child can figure it out."