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Michal Monit

Sep 8, 2017


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Hi Musole, 

I'm really curious about that BMSH stands for. 
Also, you're mentioning potential applications, but it's not clear from the description how BMSH would work and the level of technology sophistication it would require to operate. Could you please expand on that?

Musole B

Sep 10, 2017


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Consider the orbit of a planet with respect to the sun.

Each point on that trajectory is a position of equilibrium between all forces (mostly gravitational) influencing the system at a given time. At any time, any change in force parameters (direction, intensity, etc.) would result in a new position on the position of the planet ===> end result is the orbit we see.

I imagine we can simulate this system in the design of an engine fully driving by vector forces from gravitational interactions between planet Earth and fluid mass within a hydrokinetic engine - In a nut shell, that is the BMSH Engine.

Thank you for your interest. I hope this answers your question.

As for technological sophistication, there is nothing new as far as manufacturing is concerned. Current/existing hydropower technologies have resolved all potential tech challenges from turbine designs to power conversion and transmission. I see no serious technological obstacles to implementation of this innovation.