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Title: A fresh look at the Clem motor
Post by: aussiebattler on March 18, 2018, 09:34:56 PM
To date experimenters may have been looking in the wrong direction when trying to replicate the Clem motor. Perhaps it is expedient to consider what Richard Clem saw when he watched the tar pump continue after the power to it was turned off. He would have noticed of course that the revolutions continued only up to the time that the temperature of the tar reduced to a certain level. Most likelyt he would have concluded that the giving up of heat energy in the device was responsible for the conversion to rotational energy.
No doubt his thoughts would then consider how such a phenomenon could be used as the basis for a usable power source. Presumably he would have thought that a "free" heat source would be ambient temperature. The rest is history.
Hopefully i will get to proving this very soon.
Stay tuned
Title: Re: A fresh look at the Clem motor
Post by: TommeyLReed on April 14, 2018, 11:55:15 PM
If you need any help, let me know.  I have years in building different versions that didn't work.
Title: Re: A fresh look at the Clem motor
Post by: aussiebattler on April 15, 2018, 03:08:14 AM
Thanks for your interest in this Tommy. Yes I have seen some of your efforts. I think the answer is based on two factors - the use of a closed system where pressures increase and decrease and the use of the heat exchanger to restore the temperature depleted fluid back to ambient. I am making a small unit using a 3d printer but am having printer problems at the moment after completing about 80%. :( I could send you further details if interested
Title: Re: A fresh look at the Clem motor
Post by: NRamaswami on April 15, 2018, 09:07:35 AM
Hi

May I suggest that you study these two parents

US3975914
US4037415

You can just google them to get them.

I suspect that these are the parents of Clem engine worded to discuss the principle.

I may not be accurate but studying two parents in your area of interest will cost you only the time for study. It may help you.

I do not research in this line and so my understanding may not be correct. If that is so I apologise for the trouble. Thank you.



Title: Re: A fresh look at the Clem motor
Post by: aussiebattler on April 15, 2018, 09:36:14 AM
Thank you NR. Rather I think you will find that the work of Tesla and Schauberger was prominent in the Clem  engine.
Title: Re: A fresh look at the Clem motor
Post by: Low-Q on April 16, 2018, 04:04:11 PM
Thanks for your interest in this Tommy. Yes I have seen some of your efforts. I think the answer is based on two factors - the use of a closed system where pressures increase and decrease and the use of the heat exchanger to restore the temperature depleted fluid back to ambient. I am making a small unit using a 3d printer but am having printer problems at the moment after completing about 80%. :( I could send you further details if interested
If your prototype is less than 18x18x17cm in size, I can print it - but then you must tell me what to do with it when it's finished ;D


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Title: Re: A fresh look at the Clem motor
Post by: aussiebattler on April 23, 2018, 04:33:01 AM
Thanks for your interset LQ. I have my printer going now. When I prove this I will send you files so you make one yourself if you want.
Aussie