FORGET ABOUT HYBRID-FUEL CELL & ELECTRIC AUTOS !
POWER CORP. is in its final stages of testing its radical innovation to heat engines and energy storage.
If energy was
visible you could watch two thirds 0f your gas dollars blowing out your exhaust pipe AND TURNING INTO A BIG BROWN CLOUD.Unlike
the fore mentioned cars, with their exaggerated promises of gas mileage and reduced toxic emissions, The NELSON/TYWA system
has fuel efficiencies exceeding 60% and zero toxic and particulate emissions. This translates to over 60 miles per gallon
for full sized SUV's, over 100 miles per gallon for the dinky shrunk down vehicles foisted on us and we can kiss goodbye to
the brown cloud hovering over our cities.
The NELSON/TYWA SYSTEM is capable of useing all available fuels, gasoline, diesel,
propane, natural gas, vegetable oil, etc.etc. with little or no costly modifications.
Unlike present attempts to approach
these goals, this power system does not add weight to the vehicle and actually takes up less room than conventional engine
Having less than 20% of moving parts compared to conventional engines, it is economical to manufacture, maintain
and operate as a mobile or stationary unit in any horsepower range.
While ideally suited for cars and trucks, heavy construction
equipment and electric generators work under widely varying load demands. A bulldozer for example requires a huge engine to
push yet spends nearly 30% of its time backing up under no load. This system stores unused energy and makes it available on
This phenomenal performance is in strict conformance with the laws of thermodynamics and relates to proper expansion
of products of complete combustion, Items that piston engines can not achieve simply because expansion is limited by the throw
on the crankshaft, forcing very high temperature exhaust out before it has time to do all its potential work. This heat loss
and unburned fuel accounts for over 60% of the available energy of the fuel.
The NELSON / TYWA SYSTEM allows for complete
combustion and extraordinary expansion in a single cycle and transfers this energy to its massive body, which rotates around
a fixed shaft. This body represents 80% of what is normally dead weight in a conventional engine and stores unused energy
as a flywheel. A 400 pound engine mass rotating at 2000 rpm's stores over 200,000 foot pounds which the power take-off can
transfer to wheel motors or other power transmission devices at any predetermined rate.
A properly equipped vehicle can
regenerate energy from deceleration much more efficiently than possible with battery re-charging.
included in the patent filings make this the ideal replacement for the next generation of automobiles, trucks and heavy equipment
and the manufacturing, operating and maintenance cost makes retro-fitting of many existing vehicles not only feasible but