An equipment includes an electro-magnetic metallurgy high powered electric energy density push-repel two-stage magnetic stack drive motor for cylinders as well as an hydro-kinetic high pressure hydraulic and nitrogen gas piston drive motor propulsion arrangement. The arrangement is also equipped with an electric generator that is linear to produce electricity. A shaft can be used for propulsion.

In the face of rising prices for electricity generated by burning fossil fuels efforts have been made to make use of wind power to generate electricity. However, predicting wind availability where and when and for how long is not yet generally possible.Furthermore, the strength of the wind in not constant and it varies from zero to storm force. Wind turbines aren’t always producing the identical amount of electricity, and occasionally they do not produce any electricity at all. It is challenging to find an alternative technology to generate electricity.

It is, therefore, one of the primary objects of the present invention is to provide a hybrid electro-magnetic kinetic high pressure propulsion drive system as well as a magnetically levitated intermittent electric generator.

The invention also includes an intermittent generator that is magnetically levitated and comes with high-pressure nitrogen gas accumulator, reservoir tank, and hydraulic gas high pressure accumulator. This makes it unnecessary to use batteries or an inverter for continuous operation.

It is a further objective of the invention to create an intermittent generator that is magnetically levitated that is able to be used all 365 of the year without the need for sun or wind.

The present invention also intends to create an electro-magnetic hybrid high-pressure hydrokinetic system as well as a magnetically-levitated generator. It makes use of nitrogen gas accumulator reservoirs that can be pre-pressurized to up to 2,000 PSI hydraulic, and 5 000 PSI nitrogen gas.

The invention also seeks to develop an electro-magnetic-based hybrid hydrokinetic high-pressure drive system with magnetically levitated generator. It uses electro-metallurgy super energy storage ultra capacitors with high technology. The system is able to shunt electric power to an hybrid drive gearbox and also provides power as needed to ensure that the system is running or to kick-start the unit when needed.

The invention also offers an electro-magnetic hybrid high-pressure propulsion system, as well as a magnetically intermittent generator. It is made up of two small, off-the-shelf 1.5 kw to 5kw pancake shopgenerators or more in the case of how big the device is. The generators are connected to the two sides of the drive stack with magnets and produce electricity when it spins.

Another objective of the present invention is to provide a hybrid electro-magnetic hydro kinetic high pressure propulsion drive system, as well as magnetically levitated non-intermittent generator that utilizes a hydro kinetic hydraulic propulsion turbinewheel.

In addition to the numerous objects and advantages of the present invention , if described with some degree of precision above, it is likely that the additional advantages and objects of the invention will become more easily apparent to those who are experts in the field from the following more detailed description of the invention, especially when the description is viewed together with the illustrations.

The invention’s two-stage electromagnetic high-pressure energy density stack of cylinders for drive and its high-pressure hydraulic pre-pressurized tank up to 2,000 PSI nitrogen gas accumulator tanks with 5,000 PSI, and a high-pressure hydraulic and nitrogen gas piston pump propulsion unit that is used to propel the hydrokinetic generator or hydraulic pump drive unit for the start-up and operation of an AC generator vertical axis with a magnetically led core are the most important elements. It is considered to be an important step towards commercialization.

The present invention is an anywhere anytime electro-magnetic high powered electric energy density push and repel magnetic cylinder stack drive generator motor and high electric energy storage devices in tandem with a hydro kinetic high pressurehydraulic and nitrogen gas high pressure propulsion drive generating solution with distinct advantages over conventional horizontal and vertical axis wind turbines with low cost global deployment better operational performance and greater environmentaladvantages.

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