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Talk:Directory:Shinyeon Energy Research Center

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Directory:Magnet Motors / Directory:Wind >Directory:Shinyeon Energy Research Center - Shinyeon Energy Research Center of Korea has two highly exotic prototypes. One is a piston-based permanent magnet motor called the Magforce engine, that doesn't require fuel or electricity. The other as a tower-based induction wind generator. (PESWiki June 18, 2008)



On June 19, 2008, New Energy Congress founder, Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan wrote:

This looks like a fascinating technology.

Robert pulled the page together, and I modified the intro based on the intro that was there, poorly written (not by Robert, but copied and pasted by Robert, I presume).

If it is what I think it is, it is a definite Congress:Top 100 Technologies -- RD tech.

It looks to be the most advanced magnet motor technology I've ever seen -- the closest to commercial implementation.

Your comments and clarifications are welcome.

Need More Info

On June 19, 2008, New Energy Congress member, Congress:Member:Richard George wrote:

This looks interesting and worthy of further investigation, preferably by someone who speaks and reads Korean. Unfortunately, I don't and too little of their content is in English, so for me it is not enough information.

Digging Deeper

On June 19, 2008, New Energy Congress member, Congress:Member:Robert L. Pritchett wrote:

Actually "John Q Public" should get the credit for this one, since he worked so hard on finding the website and other information for us after we searched so hard for the YouTube info and were unable to locate it through France, then Korea for the Magnet Piston motor technology. Much of the verbeage is "Koreanglish".

I just dug deeper. I'm still trying to get a valid Email contact for the company. Anybody speak Korean to call them?

Sterling's keen eye for good wordsmithing is a boon to readable text. Thank you!

Not Enough Info

On June 19, 2008, New Energy Congress member, Congress:Member:Sepp Hasslberger wrote:

I would say go slow on this one.

Although it looks very good (the magnetic motor) it doesn't seem anywhere near readiness for production.

On the air machine, there is little to explain how it functions, and the videos don't really show either.

So for now, I think we have too little information to say it's Congress:Top 100 Technologies -- RD.