The Weak Link for Electric Vehicles
We can replace fossil-fueled engines in electrical power plants and reduce CO2 emissions by 30% to 38%.
We believe we can develop a hydrogen-fueled rotary engine that produces 29,000 horsepower and emits ZERO carbon dioxide from burning hydrogen. The MegaTorq Hydrogen Engine will reduce carbon dioxide more than any other single project. We also believe that we can develop such a MegaTorq Hydrogen Engine that is far less expensive to procure and to maintain than gas turbine engines. We also believe we can capture a large portion of the $270 BILLION market.
We have a conceptual design of a Hydrogen-fueled Rotary Engine. In. Phase 1, we will build and test two proof of concept prototypes. Prototype 2 will include a cool-down section.
After the build and test of the Phase 1 Proof of Concept prototypes, the next 3 phases will be of less risk because the concept will have been proven and we will increase the size in three steps.
Phase 1 Eight Months: For two proof of concept Prototypes with a planned budget for Phase 2.
With the concept proven with the prototypes, we will register our stock with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and offer stock for sale on a certified crowd funding site.
Phase 2 Sixteen Months: Build and test a MegaTorq Hydrogen Engine of several hundred horsepower with a planned budget for Phase 3
We seek one Million dollars to complete 2 prototypes.
With the concept proven with the prototypes, we will register our stock with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and offer stock for sale on a certified crowd funding site. We estimate 52 million dollars will be needed to complete all 4 phases to be ready to sell MegaTorq Hydrogen Engines to pursue the $270 BILLION market for hydrogen – fueled engines to drive generators in electrical power plants.
Biographic Information on the Inventor and CEO serving as the Principal Developer
Frederick T. “Ted” Dykes is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy. Following graduation, he was assigned to and graduated from jet pilot training at Craig AFB, Alabama. He flew rescue helicopters in Viet Nam and in Korea.
In civilian life, Ted worked for defense contractors and managed proposals for defense contracts. His proposals won more than $1.5 Billion in government contracts for Litton Industries, Sperry, Computer Sciences Corp, L-3, and Dell. Ted successfully led the effort to develop and test LORAN navigation systems for US Army helicopters and 110 LORAN position location systems AN/PSN-6 before GPS was standard.He was the Solution Architect for a proposal to the US Army to correct deficiencies in three complex electronic warfare systems resulting in a win of a $155 million contract.
Previously Unsolved Problems
Others have tried to develop rotary engines but most have not solved the same fundamental problems:
insufficient separation between adjacent chambers (Intake, compression, combustion, and exhaust), insufficient seals between functional chambers and the sidewalls, ineffective transfer of torque from vanes to the hub, excessive friction between sliding parts and excessive exhaust heat.
The MegaTorq engine features “dwell zones” between adjacent phases of intake, compression, power and exhaust.