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Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity
« on: November 23, 2006, 11:16:47 AM »
Can anyone offer any insight to this one please?





(http://keelynet.com/feowens.jpg)11/20/06 - Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity

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(I could not find the patent that the article claims is pending. Inverter input can be from as low as 6VDC up to 120VDC which would be used to produce 120VAC or so which would determine if the 10 volt coils are in parallel or series. Don't rag on me for the diagram, I have no idea of the true schematic, this is just a rough idea of the layout with the coils incorrectly wired. Will know more in future. - JWD)


http://www.andalusiastarnews.com/articles/2006/11/18/news/372news.txt
Bright idea
By Stephanie Nelson

Walter Owens thinks he has invented the machine that will "change the nation."

Known about town as a "tinker," the Florala resident has spent the last 18 years working on the concept of creating a device that would solve the nation's, if not the world's, dependency on crude oil. His idea: a patent-pending prototype for a generator fueled by static electricity.

"If this goes over, I'm going to change the nation," Walters said, as he began to demonstrate how the apparatus worked.

"It works this way," he said. "Static electricity is all around us, everyday. If you stick your hand in Styrofoam peanuts and pull it out, they stick. That's static electricity. My machine draws the static electricity from the air, as well as producing more. That charge then goes into a coil system that magnifies the charge and converts it into D/C power.

"That power then comes out of 12 different wires with enough amps to make electricity flow," he said.

A power converter is used to change the electricity converted from D/C power to A/C power for use in everyday needs, he said.

Operating on four car batteries, the machine works by using start-up energy from the batteries to drive a D/C motor that turns a flywheel. That magnetic flywheel runs through a system where 300 feet of 10-guage cooper wires, enclosed in sheepskin, push the electricity into 12 coils, with each coil producing somewhere around 10 volts of electricity.

"This thing will build enough electrical power to operate an automobile," he said. "It needs no gas, no oil. This one unit is more than enough to run a house."

He demonstrated his concept, by showing how his invention puts out enough power to run an outboard motor and corded work light.

While it may act as a traditional generator, Owens' invention looks nothing like one.

Sitting in the back of his old Chevy pickup, some might mistake it for a pile of rubbish, and it's a sentiment surrounding his inventions that he has seen many times in his life.

"People have always said I was crazy," he said. "I just ignore them. People said when the first computer came out the idea was crazy. Look where we are now."

Owens, an accomplished inventor, holds 27 patents for items such as farm equipment, a boat, a commode system and a newspaper rack. After working for more than 20 years as an Air Force flight engineer, Owens said the idea for his generator was always there, burning in the back of his brain, but it wasn't until an extended hospital stay that he finally made up his mind to see if it would work.

"About two years ago, I was laid up in the hospital with double pneumonia," he said. "And you know, when you're in the hospital, all you have to do is think. I decided the timing was right.

"Look at all of our men and women who have lost their lives over the battle for oil," he said. "What if we could stop our dependency on gas, oil? We could bring our guys home and go a long way in stopping pollution. I knew it would be difficult, but I had to try. This could be the turning point for our world."

Currently, Owens has completed a prototype and is looking for someone to take his invention into the marketplace.

"This thing is much bigger than me," he said. "It's going to take someone much younger than me to get this thing out in the forefront where it needs to be. I'm looking for someone to do that."

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Re: Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2007, 05:17:33 AM »
I've created a feature page here:
http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Electrostatic_Generator_by_Walter_Owens_and_Company


Electrostatic Generator by Walter Owens - Walter Owens has come up with a device which he claims extracts free and ubiquitous static energy for practical use. A rotating device rubs against wool or nylon and collects static electricity in a set of coils. (PESWiki; Oct. 15, 2007)

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Re: Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity
« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2007, 05:19:20 AM »
I spoke with Walter Owens a couple of times today by phone in preparing the above-mentioned PESWiki page.
 
Several red flags came up for me.
 
- the longest any of his prototypes have run continuously is 3 hours (his last prototype)
- his last prototype was burning up batteries, regulators, and coils.
- in the same breath he says this device will run 25 years with no problems
- he thinks the next prototype build will be ready to go into production
- he's supposed to be an accomplished inventor
 
I think its worth looking into, but he has a weak sense of what it takes to bring energy technology to market.
 
Still deep in R&D at best.

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Electrostatic energy generation through friction by Walter Owens
« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2007, 12:33:03 AM »
From:
http://www.defuniakherald.com/April1207.html


The power to light the world


By RON KELLEY
Walter Owens doesn't look like a man who could change the world.
He doesn't resemble Ben Franklin, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein or even Bill Gates.
Yet, if what Walter Owens says is true, his name might be added to that pantheon of inventors.
If Walter Owens has his way, America might again bring light to the world.

Owens, a retired electrical engineer, has invented a power generator system that actually creates it's own fuel source - static electricity.
Owens says the machine can provide a complete power source for homes, businesses, planes trains and automobiles.
In fact, Owens says the applications are nearly limitless, but that's not what is important. What's important is that others are saying it, too.


The machine (Owens' small, test-model) has been tested and examined by independent electric motor experts and the results were noted in a report signed by Higinio Rodriguez, president of Gulf Coast Electric Motor Service, Inc. in Pensacola.

According to the report, the machine requires 24 volts to start the motor and only 12 volts to start the static charge.
However, it takes no amps or watts to supply the static charge.

The reports says "How long will it run and at what loss of volts and amps? No loss - indefinitely running."

Owen's self-sustaining machine produced over 4,600 watts and required no coal, oil, gas or liquid fuel and produced no pollution and no waste by-products.

By nearly anyone's standards, that qualifies as revolutionary to the point of science fiction fantasy.

Yet, Walter Owens doesn't look like someone out of a Isaac Asimov novel or some character that Robert Heinlein dreamed into existence.
Owens brought his working model to the Herald office in the back of his pick-up truck and gave a demonstration for Herald staff and WMBB-TV 13 reporter Chris Mitchell, who broadcast a report on Owens and his generator on Monday evening.
That machine, he said, could supply power to three individual homes - indefinitely.

One might assume that Owens will become fabulously wealthy and, if his generator is as efficient as it appears, that will undoubtedly occur.
However, that's the other interesting twist to this unusual tale. Owens isn't looking for mere wealth.

"I'm 84 years old and the money doesn't make any difference to me.
I was contacted by a firm in California that offered to pay me $2 million for exclusive rights," said Owens.
"But I refused. I don't want any one company to have the technology.
They'll just bury it." Instead, Owens hopes to sell his invention to a large array of individual companies and manufacturers. That way, he says, his generator can find its way into the hands of ordinary citizens.


Inventer Walter Owens with his perpetual generator. (Photo by Ron Kelley)

As for the $2 million he was already offered, Owens chuckled and said, "My wife said, 'Walt, what's wrong with you?' I said, 'Well, the good Lord told me not to take it.' And that's just the way I feel about it."

Owens' machine cost about $20,000 to build because of trial and error and the fact that some parts were designed and tooled specifically for this machine.
However, he noted that before the system is mass produced, it will be re-worked and streamlined, which will greatly reduce the production costs of individual systems.
The report by Gulf Coast Electric Motor Service noted that "power output can be significantly increased by reduction of flywheel weight and other system improvements via a research and development program."

Owens said he's gone as far as he can go with this new system, now it's up to the independent manufacturers to build and market the system so that everyone has access to this efficient, inexpensive power source.

"The 'big people' in this country has taken advantage of the little man through oil and power," said Owens. "My power bill last month was $210.74.
To me, that's outrageous - for a common man to have to pay that kind of money for electricity.
This is built for the poor man, the common man.
He's going to get the benefit of it."

Despite Owens' best intentions, the success of his system could eventually cost the jobs of thousands of traditional power company employees and industry suppliers.

Owens disagreed.
Owens said jobs will be created as his generator system is applied to existing technology - from transportation to housing.
The size of the generator will also vary, depending on its application.
He says that jobs in power company field and other related industries would remain viable as his system must be installed and monitored.
"This thing here can put millions back to work and give them a decent job and it won't tear the hearts out of the men that have to provide the end materials," he said.

He said he's looking for about 25 or 30 American and international companies that are interested in building and marketing the system.
Since the WMBB broadcast Monday, Owens said he's been contacted by a Canadian firm with plants in the U.S.

"Well," he said, "it looks like we've got the ball rolling now."

To find out more about Walter Owens and his unique power generator system, call (334) 858-3308 or 858-3721.

Injured man found in Freeport


By BRUCE COLLIER
The Walton County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) responded to a call of suspicious circumstances on the morning Monday, April 9.

At around 9:30 a.m., local residents Billy Martin and Caprice Caliendo found a white male, approximately 50 years old, near the Cotton Produce stand on U.S. 331 South.

The man was lying under a tarpaulin, and was not wearing pants.
Caliendo said he was "shaking like a leaf," and appeared to be bruised.
Deputies described his condition as "seriously injured," from cuts on his face and hand.

WCSO deputies had been in the area since 8 a.m., investigating a pool of blood outside the Bank Trust building in Freeport.
The bank is separated from the
produce stand area by a fence.

The man was airlifted to Sacred Heart.
Investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident is in progress, and the WCSO is treating the case as a?criminal investigation.

Persons with any information about this incident are?asked to call WCSO at 892-8186 and ask to speak with an on-duty investigator.

Chris Mitchell of WMBB-TV Channel 13 provided some of?the material for this story.

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Re: Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity
« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2007, 12:44:15 AM »
I always wondered, if we can not use for instance 2 electrostatic liquids
and whirl them in 2 chambers and extract from one
positive charge carriers and from the other one
negative charge carries (electrons) via friction ?

I think this will definately defy Lentz law,
so you need less input power for a bigger output.

Mr. Owens seems to have done it with sheepwool
rubbing on copper coils..

Regards, Stefan.

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Re: Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity
« Reply #5 on: October 17, 2007, 01:15:42 AM »
G'day all,

Using an electrophorus for the generation of static electricity is not a very good way to go about it. There are far better ways, though you will be hard pushed these days to find someone who can think of any other mechanical way of generating it than the notoriously inefficient Wimshurst Machine.

For people that are interested in static electricity there is a little known book that was published in 1922. The book is:
 
Modern High-Speed Influence Machines
by V. E. Johnson

It is still considered the Bible of Static Electricity. Long out of print, there is now a reprint available from:     http://www.arcsandsparks.com/Johnson.html

Not only does the book go into all aspects of static electricity it also shows in detail (with photographs) machines the author built including an electrostatic motor that produces from memory 5/8 hp! I thoroughly recommend this as essential reading [ No, I do not get a commission :-) ]

Hans von Lieven


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Re: Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity
« Reply #6 on: October 17, 2007, 01:26:48 AM »
HA HA HA HA HA HA Awesome, this one brought a real smile to my face. He had an idea for years, decided on a whim to make it, and he has NOTHING to gain! he knocking on heavens door at his age, and im sure the reward he will find will be a duzy! Bravo!

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Re: Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity
« Reply #7 on: October 24, 2007, 08:29:12 PM »
I always wondered, if we can not use for instance 2 electrostatic liquids
and whirl them in 2 chambers and extract from one
positive charge carriers and from the other one
negative charge carries (electrons) via friction ?

I think this will definately defy Lentz law,
so you need less input power for a bigger output.

Mr. Owens seems to have done it with sheepwool
rubbing on copper coils..

Regards, Stefan.

Hello Stefan, 
I like your idea here. what you said above. Can you make a conceptual drowing based on how you think may work?

and I will attempt to build this (If I have the right parts)

 I found out that Rabbit fur highly recomended to use for generate static electricty.
(I wonder if this will help to Mr. Owns. LOL) 

How about this picture here below: It's totaly amazing how much static (DC) power generates using small hand crank!
How much energy (in watts) do you think takes to speen this plexy glass wheel? 1 or 2 watts? Or even less?

see the machine in action here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05s3zkBPewg
You can almost smell the ozone .

Mem


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Re: Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity
« Reply #8 on: October 25, 2007, 04:39:09 AM »
Hi Mem,
well done !

Please try to put a car ignition coil with a small spark gap
(only about 1 mm distance) into the discharge area,
so the high voltage sparks would jump via the 1 mm sparkgap and
via the secondary of the ignition coil.
Then you could get lower voltage high current pulses on the primary
of the ignitioncoil and charge up with that via a bridge rectifier bridge
large low voltage caps and then can try to run a DC motor with it,
which would turn your discs !

Please try it and let us know,
Many thanks.

Regards, Stefan.

P.S: You could also try via 2 Avramenko plugs
on each High Voltage pole to charge up the Avramenko plug caps.
But this would only work, if there is an AC component in it.

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Re: Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity
« Reply #9 on: October 25, 2007, 05:42:15 AM »
Hi Mem,

Nice pvc sectorless wimshurst,
Where did you get the plan?
What size discs?

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Re: Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity
« Reply #10 on: October 25, 2007, 07:19:13 AM »
Hello all Im a long time reader but as you can see this is my 1st post, I do not have a background in science, physics or EE. What I do have is a mind for creative problem solving and strong desire to find solutions which others might not consider. Perhaps I can contribute in that aspect perhaps not. That aside, I do a great deal of reading and have many many Ideas.

Pleasure to meet you all and I can only hope I can contribute in some way no matter how small.

Now to my reason for posting finally. I have done a considerable amount of reading on the triboelectric effect.
I may be wrong in what i am about to propose but from what i have read and the little i know on this subject, the two largest contributing factors involved in static generation are materials, and then surface area. The best materials I believe are Ebonite and Glass as your componet pieces. So easy enough materials to aquire. Surface area the next this people tend to be very short sighted or to traditional on. Using discs or Tubes. What i have come up with would increase the surface area by orders of magnitude and make the system itself far smaller.

I have other theories as well which may not be on correct but then that falls in an area that I simply do not know enough. I divulge this knowing full well that what I propose might very well be a legitimate system needing only bugs fixed and or optimization, but i do so knowing I myself dont have the means and hopping someone else can use it. We need free power and while Id love to be rich it simply is not that important to me.

Now then what I propose and it is quite simple. A central cylndrical chamber being the glass componet the ebonite componet being powder. Using a votex vacuum chamber the dust is swirled around the chamber, the inner walls are line with glass fibers like hair. This approach would Increase the surface area my orders of magnitude. Now What im about to say may not be correct but I think It may be right someone will have to correct me if i am wrong. In a static effect enough charge must build up before it can bridge the gap, so a built charge with no where to go acts as a road block. With only one path out of a chamber or from a coil for example. The existing power has no where to go till its strong enough to lead the gap. What I am thinking is that in this propsed system, the faster the votex pushes the particals the quicker a charge is going to build hence Impeding the build and movement of further charge. So if you "open" the flood gate so to speak by giving the charge far more leads which it can traverse, in this case numerous copper rods suspended in a radius around the chamber rather than 1 tap. Would you not it theory futher increase surface area by orders of magnitude? This second part is purely theoretical on my part.

I also propose this, this system grows orders again moving from hairs to near mono filiments and near monoatomic powders which are avalible if you have the money to burn. It Increases further, with the inclusion new vortex discoveries, moving away from tubes to cones. This last change wouldnt be order of magnitude but would increase efficiency, say 20%? Thats a guess I dont remember the numbers.

Well I hope these Ideas help someone.

If someone doesnt mind answering a question for me I would appreciate it.
What would be the implications/effects of using a room-temp Superconducting wire in a coil?


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Re: Self-Running Generator powered by Static Electricity
« Reply #11 on: October 25, 2007, 10:45:37 AM »
muhaaa
 
 ;D

N-Machine kabooom!  lol

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« Reply #12 on: October 25, 2007, 09:58:35 PM »
Hi Mem,

Nice pvc sectorless wimshurst,
Where did you get the plan?
What size discs?

Stefan and Argona,
I didn't mean to mislead you guys the picture that I posted above PVC static electric generator is not mine. I got it from
http://www.coe.ufrj.br/~acmq/kinseysparks.html So please accept my apologize...

Yesterday over the phone I talk to  Walter Owns in Florida about his static high amp DC generator.
He was very kind and nice. He told me he needs no money for hi's research at this time. (Not that I offered)
he was saying that he is the process of rebuilding the generator after burned out all charging batteries and
coils in his generator burdened out too.

He is a retired electric engeener, makes me wonder why he allowed this to happened?

I asked if he need any help rebuilding the generator. No he had all the help he needs at this time.
-He was too protective of his static DC generator and therefore I didn't even try to ask him
if he would consider sharing with rest of the world.
One hand he needs no money, which was good. But on the other hand he was telling me that 30 companys are interested to buy rights to manufacture his machine, by pay him 2 million dollars each. Anyway I hope he makes it!

I did tell him though, to share exactly how his device works at least with trusted friends and family member just in case!!!
As you know he is 82 yr old. He appeared to be too self confident  (little bit like Jo Newman) as thou they got the finall energy solution to the world! Hey while I am telling you this I might is well say that: Once I went to Ohio to see Stan Meyer's Water Fuel demo.

Oh guys I can't tell you how bizarre that was: He was a tall man 6' + appeared to be God loving good Christian. But his ego was more then 60 ft tall he too said over and over again that he indeed had ultimate energy solution for entire earth!

This is a classic self-distraction! You can't receive universal energy solution gift, keep it to yourself! And accept to long live and prosper!
It's for giving that we receive, or else our selfishness "may" consume our fortune! (don't take it personal, this my personal view)
 
Why! some people get so self concerned. We don't need anymore vanishing of inventions with inventor.
Mem.

 

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« Reply #13 on: January 15, 2008, 01:54:23 AM »
 I must have missed this thread. thank you for shearing Memm. Yes the secrets of life , thats why were here lol. I'm still playing with the Testanika machine at this time. Steve Hartmen I have done the coil thing and the effects are good. About the liquids thing I still studying Schamburgre liquid vortexes, and Albet huser.  I make glass for a liveing and can reproduce the 60 inch glass disks but at this time have no need but if some one needs them get intouch, I heard someone broke a big glass disk and needs a new one but don't know who. my 55cm disk for testing they are made fron solarray mirror pane , the other disks are lexan and plexi (perspex). I can supply different sizes for reasearch. I'm not pluging for cash will send them at cost to real builders that are reasearching not playing I don't have the time . Mike see- Testanika Metherntha thread for my posts thanks again.

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« Reply #14 on: January 15, 2008, 08:04:31 AM »
<<Hi Mike,
Thanks for the post, it's good to jump start interesting subjects like this again.  So you are a glass maker, that's cool. I din't get to hear that anyone need such as your services. But now that I know I sure let you know, man.

There is nothing wrong with getting paid by what you do! Plus glas making it's not an easy job either.
 
As far as the static generator goes I think best to use plexy glass or even better lexan.
see this: lexan vs plexiglass 5mm test http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFudrBqL_Ww

Testatika and Schamburger projects are great, I wish I had time and money to do experiments on them...

Mem.>>

 

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