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1 Energy, Fuel, Power & Water Independence
The mark of success in our quest for energy independence will be the moon shot of our generation. J.G. Roger Leroux

ENERGY FROM WASTES A PROJECT UNDERTAKEN BY The foundation for our children’s children Green U.S.A. novaaqua botswana pty ltd. UNESCO - United Nations Education, Scientific & Cultural Organisation

3 Energy, Fuel, Power & Water Independence
through space-age advanced simplified equipment, machinery and know-how all powered by a mighty mini engine permitting immense savings and money making, low cost, new globe leading products A technology package destined to affect global economies through new local cities and towns infrastructure support system, allowing for a self-sustained economic development programme for every country.

4 Introducing The M Engine
This document contains confidential and proprietary information belonging exclusively to the Foundation for our children’s children - and its technology suppliers

5 #3. Compressed one way air inlet for the power stroke of the top half
#2. Relief valve of the compression on the top half Additional Section to be added to double the hp or provide compression and pumping capability. Rpm meter #1. Intake of the top half #4. Exhaust hole of the top half #8. Exhaust hole of the bottom half. #7. Compressed air inlet for the power stroke of the bottom half #5. Intake of the bottom half #6. Relief hole of the engine compression

6 Air Motoring tests of the M Engine on Dynamometer

7 855 Cubic Inch Displacement
Comparisons of weight to hp & CID Mazda Rotary Engine 4 Cyl. Equivalent 80 Cubic Inch Displacement Approx 200 lbs. 140 4,500 rpm Cummins Turbo Diesel Engine Bore: 5.5”, Stroke: 6”, 6 Cyl. 855 Cubic Inch Displacement Approx 2,000 lbs. 475 1,800 rpm The M ENGINE Bore: 3”, Stroke: 3.75” 32 Cyl. Equivalent 850 Cubic Inch Displacement Approx. 150 lbs. 3,000 2,000 rpm

8 Comparative sizes for the same power
A 5’dia x 7’ M Pump can perform the work of a 50’x10’x10’ Natural Gas Compressor costing $50M 80% reduction in fuel (consumption) Comparative sizes for the same power

9 Applications and uses for the M Engine
Aviation: Aircrafts, helicopters, human propulsion, aero space, support equipment and so on. Automotive: cars, trucks, tractors, buses, off-road, farm equipment, military vehicles, industrial vehicles, engines replacing electric motors, utility vehicles, etc. Rail vehicles: light rail, metro, high speed trains, inter city trains, commuters/regional trains, locomotives/ or self-powered railroad cars (rear wheel powered at the wheel) Marine: large ship, ferries, ice-breakers. engines and electric power, other engines replacing motors, yachts, power boats, small in- and outboard power boats Recreation: snowmobiles, off-road, all-terrain, bikes, golf & other carts and many more.

10 Other applications and uses for the M Engine
Internal Combustion Engine A. Compression Ignition – Diesel B. Spark Ignition – Gasoline C. Spark Ignition – Alternate fuel The M Air Car-3rd Gen. (retrofitted on Ford Focus for demonstration purpose) 2. Flexible Fuel Engine Designs 3. Incinerators – uses 70 % garbage for fuel 4. Micro engines – Battery power pack charging system

11 The M Air Car-3rd Gen. Demo
(retrofitted on a Ford Focus) Next will be the new concept Africar

12 The Africar Carries No Compressed Air Tank Battery use is minimal
ZEV (zero emission vehicle) (clean air credit?) for every car Free body design mini engine – mini battery- mini reservoir – no transmission - no cooling RESULTS super low cost “people’s car” beats the original concept of the Volkswagen

13 What is special about the
M Engine? It’s an efficient engine, pump, an air motor (expander). The M Engine threw away 80% of operating parts common in conventional engine design. High torque makes it possible to eliminate the use of transmission and differential. A 14” diameter by 14” long M Engine generates more than 3,000 horsepower from 850 CID. 4 3/4” x 7” M Engine (fuel) will power passenger cars with mileage in excess of 100 miles (160 km) per gallon. ZEV = zero emission vehicle This engine will spawn the new industrial revolution.


15 Application and uses for the M Engine Pump Apparatus and Compressor
Internal Combustion Engine Air Compressor Pumps Liquid Pumps 4. Gas Pumps All Land, Sea, and Air transportation Stationary and Mobile engine design Heavy Equipment (Hydraulic) Major Advantages: Large displacement from a tiny package design High volume, high flow and high pressure, all combined into one unit.

16 Applications and uses for the Air Compressor Pumps
A. High volume due to large displacement: Perfect for a miniature air compressor B. Continuous air flow on demand… No need for an air tank C. Multiple stage replacements for ultra high compression D. Vacuum pumps: High vacuum at the complete range E. Low noise blowers … example: sweepers, conveyors and so on

17 Applications and uses for the Liquid Pumps
Hydraulic pumps Hydroelectric power generation … to replace Turbine pumps Pumping stations for oil pipelines and Transfer pumps Air-lift pumps… Oil recovery … From two miles+ deep brought up to surface Irrigation – Plantation & agricultural use Force pumps… Fire engine pumps, Desalination: High volume, high flow and high pressure Evacuation type pumps … example: Panama canal, Swimming pools, etc.

18 Applications and uses for the Gas Pumps
Underground natural gas excavation and transfer Light Gas compression – pumps for Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Helium, Argon, on and on.

19 Great Spirits have always encountered violent opposition
Our secret space-age supplier of leading, exclusive technologies repeated this idiom frequently Great Spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. -- Albert Einstein

20 It is important for the whole world to prevent or counter the European master plan to take control of global commodities at the expense of country's independence, loss of natural resources and of honour when they realize the inevitable. The new concept of technology owners investing their un-commercialized technologies and know-how in exchange for futures in new companies undertaking to commercialise these profitably by selling to sister countries and exporting to all corners of the Globe. This, coupled with new, leading, exclusive technologies, capable of being applied to a minimum of three markets will be part of the next economic development boom. This Foundation for our children’s children, together with the Hydrology group of UNESCO have undertaken to implement a plan to help create new ventures from the bottom-up of markets such as through women led co-ops selling to their fellow citizens as well as top-down through countries and companies taking the opportunity to get into real accelerated self sustaining economic development. One counter move offered to mankind. J.G. Roger Leroux - Chairman

21 The following are specifications of the M Engine *
For your information please

22 Specs. of the M Engine * Equiv. To 32 Cylinder, 4-stroke-cycle Diesel
Bore--mm(in) …………………………………… 76.2(3) Stroke--mm(in) …………………………… (3.75) Displacement-- Cu in(L) ……………… (13.8)** Aspiration ………………………………… Normally Compression Ratio ……………………… :1 Rotation (from Fly Wheel end) …………….. CCW/CW The engine requires no lubrication except in exceedingly dusty or extreme conditions. Cooling System …………………………… Oil Cooling Lube Oil System--Quart …………………. dry sump, 5 Weight, Net Dry(Approx.) Kg(lb) including flywheel ………… (200) Advertised hp (KW) ………………… (634) NA 3,000 (2,238) SC/TC. * This Model is for Marine / Aircraft, Power Generation, etc. Resized models for trucks, off-road equip., will be developed. ** *(3)(3)*3.75*32/4 = 848.2

23 The 14” M ENGINE Toroidal Type 14” long x 14” diameter Weight: 150 lbs
3,000 2,000 rpm A total of 20 parts, 12 are moving. No oil sump. No heat, and uses minimal amounts of fuel. An additional 32 cylinder section can be added to the back of the engine to produce 6, rpm.

24 The 24” M ENGINE Toroidal Type 24” long x 24” diameter Weight: 200 lbs
7,000 2,000 rpm An additional 32 cylinder section can be added to the back of the engine to produce 14, rpm. Powers a 10 MW variable speed generator producing continuous electric energy using 85% less fuel than a comparable sized engine and generator.

25 The M ENGINE for electric generation
The 14” & 24” engine will power a 2.5 MW, or MW, or 10 MW variable speed generator systems to provide constant Power Quality (PQ) at any rpm. The systems are self contained and portable with low decibel levels to allow installation in, adjacent to, or on top of buildings.

26 The M ENGINE for electric generation
The systems provide Delivered Generation without the need of long distance transmission or local distribution system. To eliminate interruptions in service, the systems are redundant with all engines operating and available on demand. The M Engine fueled with ALCOHOL/FUEL provides renewable energy.

27 The M ENGINE for Pumping
The unique design of the engine allows the rear section to be added to serve as a true displacement pump that can provide flow, volume, and pressure simultaneously. The 24” model of the engine will pump 25,000 gallons of water per minute, or 1,500,000 gallons per hour. The engine will consume a minimal amount of ALCOHOL/FUEL, reducing the cost to pump an acre foot of water by 60%. A standard pump for an equal amount of water is approximately 8 feet high and 3 feet wide, and will require a minimum of a 3,000 hp electric motor.

28 The M ENGINE for Compression
Utilizing the rear section of the Engine as a compressor with simultaneous flow, volume, and pressure, will provide air volume equal to equipment 8 to 10 times the size of the M ENGINE. The 24” model will deliver 8,000 cu ft of air per minute, on demand, with 2,000 rpm shaft speed. No lubricating oil is required, and the engine produces minimal heat. Fuel requirements are 70% less than a comparable sized compressor.

29 THE SOLUTION IS: The systems will eliminate the need of landfills in Cities, States, Countries at no cost to the governmental entity. The systems will eliminate municipal solid waste, medical waste and tires without emissions. Every 600 tons per day of waste that is not deposited in a landfill will eliminate 90 tons of emissions per day for the next 30 years. The cost to eliminate waste (tipping fees) can be established for a term of 10 years or more. The elimination of every 600 tons per day of waste, sewage and tires, produces 450,000 bbl. per year of renewable carbon-based ALCOHOL/FUEL.

30 THE SOLUTION IS: ALCOHOL/FUEL will be a single fuel for gasoline engines significantly reducing emissions, and will be equally effective in the reduction of emissions when used as an additive in diesel fuel. ALCOHOL/FUEL is the alternative for heating fuel. It burns emission free, and eliminates all residual soot. The price of ALCOHOL/FUEL can be established for a decade or more.

31 THE SOLUTION IS: The M ENGINE that will reduce the demand for fuel by 80% when powering Delivered Generation Systems, Pumps, Compressors, and desalination systems. The renewable Delivered Generation Systems will provide compact, self contained 2.5 MW, 5 MW, and 10 MW units, that can be operated independently, or in multiples of 50 or more to provide redundant, continuous, uninterrupted, Quality Power in any location.

32 THE SOLUTION IS: The power, efficiency, and simplicity of the M ENGINE will reduce the use of electric energy for pumping and compression by 60%. It will eliminate heat and lubricating oil when operating as a pump or compressor. The compact M ENGINE, with its low weight to power ratio and fuel efficiency, is the new economical and environmentally acceptable power source to serve all industries.

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