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Directory:Ambient Air Engines

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Index of technologies claimed to operate on ambient air heat, and nothing else.

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Working Prototypes Claimed

  • Featured / Best Exotic: Engines > Air > MYT >
    Miti Air: Raphial Morgado's first compressed air car - A little trip through MYT Engine history looks at a 2004 chapter when the MYT 14" engine was installed in a Honda Civic to run on compressed air. Not yet optimized in the pulse timing, it barely made it a few times around the parking lot on one charge. Second one didn't need compressed air. (PESN; December 14, 2013)
  • Featured: Engines > J.I.M.S. >
    BB Motor Corp's Fuelless J.I.M.S Engine - BB Motor Corp claims to be launching a revolutionary new engine in 2012 that is claimed to produce huge amounts of power while consuming zero fuel and producing zero pollution. They are accepting inquiries regarding employment, marketing, dealerships, etc. Is this engine for real, or is it too good to be true? (PESN and BeforeItsNews; January 4, 2012)
  • Crystal Ion Air Turbine Engine - Engine resurrected from the '60s by Ron Rockwell is said to run totally on ambient air, and can be scaled large enough to power an airplane or small enough to power a lawn mower.

Legends of Working Prototypes

  • Featured: Ambient Air Engines / Running Vehicles on Water >
    Cowlishaw Endothermic Steam Engine - The most famous, but still suppressed realization of this concept was demonstrated in California in 1929, and was then called "The Water Powered Car". My maternal Uncle Hugh Wilson was present when it drove from Los Angeles California over several days in the hot California afternoons. (PESWiki; April 22, 2009)

Theories Without A Prototype Yet

  • Featured: Air Engines / AESOP Institute / Ken Rauen >
    Another Fuel-Free Piston Engine Design by Aesop - "Ken Rauen has invented a second Fuel-Free Piston Engine. It uses the same thermodynamic cycle as the first engine, but a much simpler mechanical configuration. The new design is less expensive and easier to build (many fewer moving parts). This engine has 4 cylinders. The original engine had 10..." (PESN; August 18, 2014)
  • 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.
  • Generator from Ambient Air by Kim Zorzi - Inventor from Ultralight America proposes a multicylinder air type engine, which is different from previous systems in that it has a regenerative tank. Zorzi alleges that this will enable the system to repressurize itself, drawing its energy from ambient air heat.
  • Johnson Electro Mechanical Systems - The Johnson Ambient Heat Engine (JAHE) generates power from the daily ambient temperature fluctuations and uses a thermal mass as a stabilizing heat sink/source. The Johnson Ambient Environment Engine (JAEE) operates in a manner similar to a fuel cell, generating power from daily temperature, barometric pressure and humidity changes.
  • OS:Ambient Energy Collection Device - Byron New Energy participant posts a method for harnessing radio frequency energy. The eventual objective would be to discriminate ambient space energy versus man-made radio waves, and to adequately amplify the energy to useful levels.

Prophecy

  • Edgar Cayce 1928 Prophecy About Free Energy - Seems to describe a modification of the internal combustion engine that has such a highly efficient combustion ratio that it is able to run off air due to the solar energy contained in the vibration of air molecules. Once the engine comes up to a certain speed (travelling), it could be maintained by the air flowing into it as it travels along. (Free Energy Blog; October 22, 2013)

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