Burgazlia has invented a perpetual motion machine and is going to offer it to Rover, but he has no money for a patent

Burgazlia has invented a perpetual motion machine and is going to offer it to Rover, but he has no money for a patent
Burgazlia has invented a perpetual motion machine and is going to offer it to Rover, but he has no money for a patent

Toma Atanasov claims to have invented a self-charging electric car

02 September 2022Friday, 4:57 p.m.

Author: Flagman. Bg

If my idea is implemented, electric cars will charge themselves on the go, he claims

Toma Atanasov from Burgas claims to have invented an electric car with no mileage limit. His idea is to install two 48 volt batteries, a solar block and one to five 56 volt generators on the cars.

The principle of operation is as follows – the electric motor uses one of the batteries to drive the car. When moving, a torque is given to the generators, which recover the spent energy. After the first 100 km, the car consumes 10% of the battery charge. Then the engine should automatically switch to the full second battery, and the first one should start charging from the generators, explains Atanasov.

According to him, this is exactly the subtlety of his invention. If the generators have to charge a completely empty battery, there will be a large resistance. This is Ohm’s First Law, he adds.

“Currently, electric car batteries last from 250 to 1,000 km. mileage. If my idea is implemented, the car will charge itself on the go and will not need chargers. This will save big costs for every owner,” Atanasov claims.

Fig. 1 shows the energy sources – solar block and 2 batteries, Fig. 2 – electric motor, Fig. 3 – generators

He applied to the UK patent office “Albright IP” to issue him a patent for the invention and got approval, but he has to pay 4110 pounds.

“Although I have worked on the Island for several years, I do not have such an amount at my disposal at the moment. I am looking for a person who will support me and give me this money,” says Atanasov. His plans are to one day pitch his invention to a major car manufacturer.

Years ago, he came into the media eye after he put an electric car engine on his Trabant and drove it around the city several times. Years earlier, he had installed a hydrogen cell on the gasoline engine, which he said reduced fuel consumption by about 50%.

Toma Atanasov has two more ideas approved by “Albright IP” – one is for a smartphone whose battery can be charged by a pendulum, like self-winding watches, thus eliminating the need for a charger. The other is to create an internet portal where all the personal data of the people will be stored.

The agency wants 4,110 pounds to issue a patent to Atanasov

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