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Title: Study and investigating John Bedini energizer for over unity coefficient of performance and free radiant energy
Authors: Gay, Zheng Jie
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: The aim for this project is to study and learn the working principle of John C. Bedini's Simple School Girl (SSG) Energizer. John C. Bedini had released the source of his systems to demonstrate the principle of "radiant" energy for charging of batteries. The most popular design was the Bedini SSG (Simplify School Girl) energizer as it was named before a nine years old girl that build one of Bedini motor and won a nodal science award. Bedini process main objective is to receive free energy by creating the COP>1 during the charging and discharging of batteries in his systems. In other words, by using one powering battery, the Bedini process are able to charge one more batteries faster than discharging the batteries itself. On the other hand, he also prove that during the charging process. It can also produce rotating mechanism power from the rotating rotor. This process give rise of new type of technology to achieve clean energy without consuming natural resources (conventional) or used harmful chemical (nuclear cells or etc) that bring harm to the environment Therefore, the author will build a Bedini SSG for his FYP to test on the COP>1 that claimed by John Bedini and while doing so, the author will also achieved some basic knowledge and skills from this project.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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