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EP 0673185
Device for improving the efficiency of engines

EC:   H05F7/00

The device has a plate (1) provided with a number of pyramids (2), with a pin (4) positioned centrally under the peak of each pyramid, supported by an electrically-conductive collector plate (3). A pair of electrical leads (5,6) extend between the collector plate and the fuel feed for the i.c. engine, or the engine block, or between the collector plate and the electric motor leads, or the electric motor housing. Pref. the individual pyramids are made of Cu sheet and arranged in a matrix with eight pyramids in each direction. Magnets may be inserted in the leads between the collector plate and the i.c. engine or electric motor.

The invention relates to an apparatus in accordance with the preamble of the principal claim.

The invention is the basis the object to use itself the force picture formed in a pyramid to the increase of the performance of engines.

This the invention underlying object becomes dissolved by the teaching of the principal claim.

Favourable embodiments are explained  in the Description.

With other words expressed suggests the invention a plate shaped accumulation of small pyramids existing from copper sheet, so that for example a square plate of 2,525 mm< of 2> formed becomes. This plate exhibits preferably 8 x 8 small pyramids, whereby the plate becomes formed by the pyramids. In the edge region of the outside pyramids an attaching bracket is provided, which does not only carry the pyramid plate, but at its horizontal flange an header plate connected is, which attaches bottom interposition of not conductive materials, as for example wood or plastic at this flange however.

This header plate carries a so called collecting pin from electrical conductive material for central bottom each pyramid point, whereby the header plate likewise consists of electrical conductive material, and the header plate exhibits two leads from electrical conductive material. If one closes now these two conduits, for example at the fuel inlet to an internal combustion engine, found must become surprisingly that itself thereby the fuel consumption of the motor with same performance reduced.

Experiments resulted in that it is also possible, to attach these conduits more immediate at the engine block whereby the same good results become likewise achieved. The same occurs also if one attaches the conduits to the electrical lead of an electrical engine.

One can increase the increase in efficiency still by the fact that one switches magnets on, which improve the obvious energy flow in the conduits into the electrical conductive lines.

An embodiment of the invention becomes subsequent explained.

The drawing shows thereby a cutout from a plate, which becomes from single, preferably pyramids existing from coppers formed. To the better understanding it is pointed out that the plate inserted in the practice exhibited a size of 251.2 mm. It was square formed, so that the plate became by 8 x 8 pyramids 2 formed existing from coppers. The strength of this plate becomes by the plate 1 ambient Stahlwinkel provided, whose horizontal flange is outward directed and an header plate 3 does not carry bottom interposition of electrical conductive spacers 8, which likewise consists of electrical conductive material.

Hereby then thus no electrical lead between the actual plate 1 and the header plate 3 exists.

On the header plate 3 are central the bottom pyramid point aligned, so called collecting pins from electrical conductive material. Further 3 two conduits attach 5 and 6 from electrical conductive material to the header plate, which - as the already described became - to the fuel inlet of an internal combustion engine, to the engine block of an internal combustion engine, to the electrical lead of a Elektromotores or to the housing of a Elektromotores leads.

Into these conduits not represented magnets can be switched on in the drawing, by which the energy flow in these conduits is still improved.

Subsequent one is shown a test evaluation:

A passenger car AUDI 100 quattro 2.8 E, flagstone X-X-1704 became tested over a period of three weeks regarding road performance and consumption. The vehicle was equipped during the first two weeks without, in the last week with structural change.

1.) Test without structural change

The additional load amounted to in the test 1: approx. 60 kg and. 1 person.

The average external temperature around 7.30 clock amounted to during test 1,9.7< o> C. The route amounted to 1,834 km, the consumption 248 l.

The average consumption amounted to 13.56 l/100 km.

The vehicle worked inertial and few elastic.

The motor ran as V6-Motor relative out of round.

2.) Test with structural change

At the latter part of the experiment a cross-country travel became performed. Here became approx. 300 motorway and 200 highway kilometers of traveled. The vehicle was occupied with four persons. The driving fashion was right briskly to approx. 220 km/h, the average speed amount approx. 120 km/h, the external temperature 5< o> C.

The average consumption amounted to 11.65 1/100 km (486 km/56,63 l).

The test became after best knowledge and discretion performed, the results regarding elasticity and passage ability is pure subjective.