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Author Topic: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories  (Read 20109 times)

Offline TommeyLReed

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Hi All,

I started on the latest version of the Clem engine with Vicktor Schauberger implosion theories.

The Clem engine could have been the real deal, I say this due to the lack of information about Richard Clem and his engine.

Keelynet was where I got the information and read many different theory of how it works.

http://www.keelynet.com/energy/clem1.htm

Every other claims of free energy was tons of information, yet none turn out to be anything near over unity, another reason to research the Clem engine.

The Clem engine was not a rim jet engine using high pressure fluid thrust, where hydraulic pump was needed to reach pressure 300psi-500psi.

The Clem engine was a hydraulic motor with a type of centrifugal vacuum pump that pulls fluid from the hydraulic motor while forcing it outward due to inertia spin.

This was the first design I did a few months back and how it works.

This other picture is the implosion pump I'm building now.

I will add updates while I add to the system.

Tom

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2016, 03:08:02 AM »
Hi all,

Simple video on this project...

Tom.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xayb9ADlN-w

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2016, 03:44:34 AM »
Hi All,

Did some data on the centrifugal impeller calculation of output of negative pressure created with size and rpm.

Reads starting at top left:
Rpm's  dia  ft/sec   psi       H/PSI
100      6     2.62   0.05     0.11

Rpms: is rotation of pump.
Dia: size of pump diameter.
psi: negative pressure produce at rpm's.
H/PSI: negative head pressure.

Tom...

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2016, 04:41:00 AM »
Hi All,

New update on the Clem engine implosion motor.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D8z5OnHWUQ&feature=em-upload_owner

  Originally posted on December 26, 1992 - CLEM1.ASC A few months back, we got a call from a friend who had heard of this incredible motor that was said to run itself and generate excess useable power. The details were unclear at the time and our friend gathered more details and we met for lunch to discuss what he had found out. This file with diagram is listed on KeelyNet as CLEM2.ZIP. As we understand it, inventor Richard Clem died of a heart attack soon after the deal was signed with the coal company. His workshop was raided by law enforcement officials and all his notes and drawings were removed. The story as I was told by our unnamed friend : A local man (Dallas) developed a closed system engine that was purported to generate 350 HP and run itself. The engine weighed about 200 pounds and ran on cooking oil at temperatures of 300 F. It consisted of a cone mounted on a horizontal axis. The shaft which supported the cone was hollow and the cone had spiralling channels cut into it. These spiralling pathways wound around the cone terminating at the cone base in the form of nozzles (rimjets). When fluid was pumped into the hollow shaft at pressures ranging from 300-500 PSI (pounds per square inch), it moved into the closed spiralling channels of the cone and exited from the nozzles. This action caused the cone to spin.  As the velocity of the fluid increased, so did the rotational speed of the cone. As the speed continued to increase, the fluid heated up, requiring a heat exchange and filtering process. At a certain velocity, the rotating cone became independent of the drive system and began to operate of itself. The engine ran at speeds of 1800 to 2300 RPM. Immediately after the inventor had the heart attack and the papers were removed, the son of the inventor took the only working model of the machine to a farm near Dallas. There it was buried under 10 feet of concrete and has been running at that depth for several years. In later conversations, our contact says the engine had been tested by Bendix Corporation. The test involved attaching the engine to a dynamometer to measure the amount of horsepower generated by the engine in its self-running mode. It generated a consistent 350 HP for 9 consecutive days which astounded the engineers at Bendix. They concluded the only source of energy which could generate this much power in a CLOSED SYSTEM over an extended period must be of an atomic nature. Construction of the engine was from off the shelf components except for the hollow shaft and the custom cone with the enclosed spiral channels. Richard Clem worked with heavy machinery for the city of Dallas and had noticed that certain kinds of high pressure pumps continued to run for short periods after the power was removed. His curiosity into this phenomenon led to the development of the Clem Engine.  </blockquote>(http://www.keelynet.com/energy/clem1.gif) The Clem Over-Unity Motor  The following is from a newspaper clipping that has no name or date. In 1972, Richard Clem announced the invention of a way to operate automobile engines on cooking oil. He's still making that claim today, even though his first prototype motor fell apart and he had been "strung along" by at least 15 companies before he found financial backing. Clem, 48, a heavy equipment operator for the city of Dallas and part-time inventor, says if the automobile industry adopts his invention, motorists could change the eight gallons of vegetable oil only every 150,000 miles and never buy any gas. Clem said he uses vegetable oil because his motor runs at 300 degrees - a temperature where water has boiled away and conventional motor oil breaks down. Though he won't divulge many details of the engine, a 12-volt battery apparently is the only other source of power. When Clem finished his first vegetable oil engine in 1972, he mapped a 600- mile test trip to El Paso for the first engine model he had financed through his earnings. But he only made it as far as Abilene before the 'shafts and everything bent in it.' He blamed the failure on poor construction, too small a shaft and the use of chains instead of gears. Undaunted, he decided to try again, but said, 'I needed money to build this thing better.' Neither the automobile industry nor the 15 other companies he wrote - some as far away as Taiwan - were interested in financing a prototype and then manufacturing it. Then last year, he said, a large coal company offered to back him. Clem refused to disclose the name of his benefactor, but did say the coal company had signed contracts to sell the engines to power companies for use in pulling turbines. Clem said he expects to finish work on the motor by the end of this year. (1972)  Vanguard Note..
The above article was reported as being generated from Flower Mound, Texas (northwest of Dallas and slightly beyond Carrollton). I called the only Clem listed in the book as of 11/20/92 and they knew of no other Clem in that area, nor did they know of any Richard Clem or his family. Two separate visits to the patent section of the Dallas Library have not yielded any patents by a Richard Clem involving any type of engine. We are still pursuing for more details. As of 12/26/92, I drew up a .GIF file called CLEM1.GIF that is bundled with this file under the name CLEM2.ZIP. It gives a better understanding of how the machine was constructed, at least as it was described to us.
For those who study such matters, one immediately sees the tie-ins with Boundary Layer Drag principles as evinced in much of Tesla's work as well as Victor Schaubergers Impansion and Implosion discoveries. We have noted something odd about spinning masses in that at specific velocities, strange things occur. The velocities at which phenomena occur are dependent on the resonant frequencies of the mass as an aggregate, exactly as Keely said. The Clem system was said to be built with off-the-shelf components. The most complicated piece of the entire machine was the cone. And based on Boundary layer drag, it would seem that the cone was unnecessary. The question with the Clem device is 'Does the extended surface area of the cone add to the additional velocity of the cone, yielding greater pressures through centrifugal force or would flat plates as in the TESLA turbine be sufficient to generate the same effect?' We continue to look for more information on this device and appreciate your comments or supporting material.  Update as of May 1996
A company called Creative Sciences is selling plans ($60) for what they claim is a machine that generates 1500hp and runs by itself. They call this a CEACU and claim it was released by a 70 year old retired scientist.
The truth of the matter is it was designed and built by the late Richard Clem of Flower Mound, Texas as documented by this paper. It is wonderful that someone has taken this information and done something with it (or so claimed) and we will have more details later if you might like to build one. However, be aware a few years ago, some of our Roundtable group chipped in for about $150 worth of 'plans' from Creative Sciences.  The plans were bogus and were not free energy unless you are simple enough to think compressed air (as used in some of Dennis Lees 'demonstrations') is free energy. In the last part of June 2001, Rick Harrison, president of Creative Sciences sent an email to KeelyNet saying he was prepared to sue if we did not stop 'bad-mouthing' his company.  The website is http://www.fuellesspower.com and I told him go ahead, since I and many others would love to see them prove their overunity claims in court. Since then he has not responded back and the website is not responding, so I think they are changing their claims.  We also have several emails from others who say Creative ripped them off and one from Brazil saying its been 60 days after he sent about $115.00 and received nothing. With regard to differences between the CEACU design and Clem the CEACU does not require the cone, but instead uses a thick disk with nozzles on the outer edge. A hollow shaft feeds water into this disk at a high velocity. As the water exits from the nozzles, the disk spins giving an ever higher velocity. A 3200 psi air tank is used to get the disk spinning to 1000 rpm when it is claimed to begin to run on its own. There are other ways to achieve this velocity beyond 3200 psi as you can well imagine. If you write them, please let them know that Richard Clem is the true inventor (as I will). Thanks!...  Jerry W. Decker (jdecker@keelynet.com)  Sysop / KeelyNet   (http://www.keelynet.com/energy/thin.jpg)     Clem Engine Index page - 06/11/04 KeelyNet Loader page [/b]

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #4 on: February 15, 2016, 11:01:54 PM »
HI All,

Just about finished on this implosion version of the Clem engine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DOzBnyWo70
Tom

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Offline e2matrix

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #5 on: February 16, 2016, 06:38:10 PM »
Very nice work!   Sounded like you sucked helium before that video - LOL.   What did you use to speed it up like that ?   

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #6 on: March 29, 2016, 07:21:22 PM »
Hi All,

I'm Back building again. Needed time off to design a pump system for the Clem Engine.

This is the lower centrifugal pump the feed fluid into the drive motor.

Its special design allows the outer housing to pump while the center lower shaft is stationary.


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Offline ARMCORTEX

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #7 on: March 30, 2016, 06:21:39 AM »
Interresting work Tommy.

I am looking into that Clem Engine now, could ti have been that powerful and demonstrated?


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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #8 on: March 30, 2016, 10:48:39 AM »
Hi ARMCORTEX,

I believe more then ever the Clem engine was the real deal.

The problem was all the information that Keelynet explain on how it work was not correct.

I know this because I built many prototypes base on the theory of the rim jet.

This Clem engine I believe now was a tornado vortex like a waterspout.

No different then a tornado that forms a vortex, Viktor schauberber was the first that design a motor base on these theories.

I should be done very soon to explain in detail of how it will work. it's not a simple build but it will have the same effect as a tornado
waterspout.


Tom



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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #9 on: March 30, 2016, 03:34:30 PM »
great work, I look forward to your result

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #10 on: March 30, 2016, 05:43:07 PM »
I will not go into beliefs and possible theories, I have read many and am confused already.

What interests me is the overall simplicity and the fact that they were witnesses to his achievements.

Did you ever contact any witnesses?

I cant believe anymore if something was the real deal, I gotta know, for a fact, or pretty close to that.

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #11 on: March 30, 2016, 06:31:13 PM »
Hi Arm,

I agree, this is why I spent my own time and money to prove or disprove the claims.

There is nothing out there to explain how it works, in fact very little information on the Clem engine while tons of false claims of overunity.

I do have many facts that was wrong about false claim of how the Clem engine worked. I also have new data after many prototyping that shows important things happening while it rotates at a high speed.

This is why my Clem engine build is now being called the Vortex tornado engine, due to the heat generated and the change in viscosity of cooking oil.

My prototype deals with these facts and also the main part of the Clem engine theory is it's really a hydraulic motor with a effects of the tornado oil spout effect that moves the fluid outward from centrifugal force while feeding fluid into the motor.

Tom.

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #12 on: March 31, 2016, 03:02:29 AM »
Very low substance, I have heard this many times.

Alot of mystery, claims and well taken pictures.

Did you ever locate witnesses?

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #13 on: March 31, 2016, 10:46:22 AM »
Hi All,

It's just about that time to test the first version of my new Implosion engine design based on not a Clem misinformation engine but by Viktor Schauberger implosion motor and theories.

This is a video to explain my build.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2RZmGxeOyU

Tom

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Re: Building the Clem Engine With Vicktor Schauberger Implosion Theories
« Reply #14 on: April 03, 2016, 08:20:09 AM »
Hi Tom..

Why you have removed your video? It could never be seen.

 

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