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Kenneth M. Rauen

(User:Krauen)

Profile page for New Energy Congress member Kenneth M. Rauen

Sterling Allan with Ken Rauen, July 31, 2006; Snowbird, Utah; Following ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference in which Rauen presented a lecture and demonstration on extracting energy from ambient heat via the Proell Effect.
Sterling Allan with Ken Rauen, July 31, 2006; Snowbird, Utah; Following ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference in which Rauen presented a lecture and demonstration on extracting energy from ambient heat via the Proell Effect.

Contents

Overview

Representation 
PES Network Inc Science Advisor; New Energy Movement
New Energy Congress 
Founding member, since Sept. 29, 2005.
Committees 
Mechanical Engineering, General Physics, Chemistry, Patents
Experience in the field of Alt Energy 
since ...
Education 
B.S., Chemistry, 1978, University of Detroit

Features

  • Rauen Environmental Heat Engine - The Superclassical heat engine of Ken Rauen is designed to be able to tap the heat of the environment for energy generation. It is based upon the experimental evidence of the Proell effect, a macroscopic Maxwell’s Demon.

Brief Bio

Ken has hands-on experience with cold fusion, aether energy, and advanced thermodynamics. The advanced thermo is his primary area of investigation.

Ken has been issued US patent, 6,698,200 B1 (March 4, 2004), for a super-Carnot heat engine. The research behind this "perpetual motion machine of the second kind" has been published in Infinite Energy magazine, Issue #52. Ken has experimentally verified a macroscopic Maxwell's Demon, what Ken calls the Proell effect. Two mathematical proofs are publicly available to back up the theory and experimental evidence.

Ken has written several articles for IE over the years and has provided peer review of manuscripts and of inventions brought to NERL/CFTI/NEF.

Ken worked closely with the late Gene Mallove in a laboratory together, and listed him as his primary reference at the time he came aboard PES in November, 2003.

Energy Snapshot

I have been in the field of frontier physics alternative energy for a few years and was the Laboratory Manager and a Research Scientist at New Energy Research Laboratory in Bow, New Hampshire. I worked primarily with cold fusion and replicated Roger Stringham's sonofusion, a distant cousin to Taleyharkan's deuterated acetone ultrasonic cavitation at ORNL. Stringham's cavitation of heavy water is a boundary layer process against certain metals, involving solid state physics, not plasma physics in cavitation bubbles in the bulk of the liquid like ORNL. (extracted from email by Ken Rauen, Feb. 23, 3006)

Resume

  • Resume (doc) prior to Nov. 25, 2003.

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Contact

Ken Rauen <Ken.Rauen {at} PESN.com >
California, USA

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