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Gravito-Electric Power Generation

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ABSTRACT

It is now possible to deflect gravitational action away from an object so that the object is partially levitated. That effect makes it possible to extract energy from the gravitational field, which makes the generation of gravito-electric power technologically feasible. Such plants would be similar to hydro-electric plants and would have their advantages of not needing fuel and not polluting the environment. However, gravito-electric plants could be much smaller than hydro-electric plants; their location would not be restricted to suitable water elevations, and the plants and their produced energy would be much less expensive. Gravito-electric power can be placed into operation now. It can replace all existing nuclear and fossil fuel plants, and would essentially solve the problem of global warming to the extent it is caused by fossil fuel use. The physics development is comprehensively presented. That is followed by the engineering design.

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Ellman, R. (2014) Gravito-Electric Power Generation. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 2, 94-107. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2014.25013.

References

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[3] Ellman, R. (2011) Gravito-Electric Power Generation. US Patent No. 13/199,867.

  
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