Hydro-Atmospheric Assisted Machine

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Hydro-Atmospheric Assisted Machine, HAAM, is made up of two parallel operating machines, one of them is hydro-atmospheric, which almost doubles the efficiency or the output of the other machine without cost.

Figure 1 above is a general outline of HAAM, operates on land and in air and water. It is open at the front in the middle and open at both ends at the back. There is a ducted propeller inside each longer side, each one has the same power. It is assumed it has drag controls but not shown. When propellers operate, air or water drawn from the front at FHAP point to the back. This generates three hydro-atmospheric pressures:

1- It generates an increasing hydro-atmospheric pressure at the back at IP1 and IP2 points, both are output points. IP is a short for Increasing Pressure.
2- It generates a falling hydro-atmospheric pressure at the front at FHAP point. FHAP is a short for Falling Hydro-Atmospheric Pressure.
3-It generates a natural hydro-atmospheric pressure at NHAP point against FHAP point. NHAP is short for Natural Hydro-Atmospheric Pressure.

The pressure at both higher pressure areas is equal and opposite to falling pressure at both lower pressure areas, which are both equal to falling pressure at FHAP point. NHAP is a naturally higher pressure than the falling pressure at FHAP point and, equal and opposite to it. We can put these pressures in the following formulas:

1- IP1 + IP2 = FHAP , both sides are equal and opposite.
2- NHAP = FHAP, both sides are equal and opposite. This is assuming drag controls keep natural hydro-atmospheric pressure stable at NHAP point and the area against NHAP at NHAP point is large enough as NHAP depends on the area size.
3- Therefore: IP1 + IP2 = NHAP. But all these three pressures: IP1, IP2 and NHAP, have the same direction against FHAP.
4- Therefore IP1 + IP2 + NHAP = 2FHAP = 2(IP1 + IP2). Both IP1 and IP2 are outputs. Therefore NHAP, when all conditions are right, doubles the output without cost. Natural hydro-atmospheric pressure against FHAP at NHAP doesn't cost anything.


Figure 2 above is a flow chart of HAAM output or efficiency doubling. It is assummed an externally fuelled heat Engine of efficiency of 40% used. It is also assumed that the drag is controlled 100%. The out put of a HAAM is a mechanical energy form as indicated in the figure.

So so a HAAM doubles the output, which means it reduces energy cost by half. The energy cost can be further reduced if for example a chain of HAAMs built, the output of each used as an input to the next. Only the first HAAM needs external power, which has a cost. The others don't need external energy and ideally each one doubles the output or efficiency of the next HAAM.


Figure 3 above is a flow chart of a chain of 3 HAAMS. Each uses an electric motor of 80% efficiency. It is assumed that we can not control drag completely but we should be able to recover at least three quarters of hydro-atmospheric assistance energy per each HAAM. At the end of chain we have increased efficiency or output from 80% to 140.4928%, which is more by 60.5% and it is over 100%.

As stated before that the output of a HAAM is a mechanical energy, ME. In the chain, the mechanical energy of each HAAM converted to electrical energy, EE, at mechanical to electrical conversion, M2EC. It is assumed a M2EC is an electric generator of 80% efficiency.


HAAM, in addition to cheap power production, can be used with many other applications in water and air. Figure 5 above is an outline of a HAAM assisted flying parachute. Figure 6 below is a HAAM assisted boat or ship or submarine. Further more, HAAM can be made completely green and environmental with use of hydro or hydro-electric power as external power source.




Figure 4 above is an outline of a HAAM electric generator. An electric generator has two main parts, a stator and a rotor. In the figure, the HAAM acts as a rotor and the circular travelling path of HAAM acts as a stator. A rotor of an ordinary electric generator has only one rotational movement but HAAM electric generator has two rotational movements, a movement around the circular travelling path and the spinning of propellers. In addition to hydro-atmospheric assistance, which lowers input cost, this dual rotation should have a major advantage over usual generators. In this case, body and propellers of HAAM made from magnets and the stator made from coil windings.



Figure 7 above is a general outline of a HAAM hovercraft. Both fan generated thrusts IP1 and IP2 are abve the centre of gravity. Both together generate an upward vertical thrust parallel to NHAP thrust. Three fans at 120 degrees to each other may be more stable.

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HAAM and Second Law of Thermodynamics


Please send all enquiries regarding exploitation of HAAM to the inventor: R. M. Ahmad, 32 Hollybush Street London UK, 020 8552 4990, swisaw@hotmail.co.uk
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