Creating Superheated steam by combusting saltwater.

A typical diesel-powered cargo ship in the ocean will burn about 3.5 million dollars of highly polluting Bunker fuel per month. An electric Cargo ship with electrical power produced by the MIE Engine and a turbine could cross the Atlantic as many times as desired, running only on saltwater as fuel—no diesel, no carbon emissions, no other fuel but saltwater.

The Molecular Impact Engine (MIE) is in the first phase of producing a Demonstration Prototype. It will prove that the engine will release more heat and kinetic energy than is required to ACTIVATE the combustion. The MIE Engine uses Cavitation Implosions from high pressure injection of saltwater into impact chambers to produce Coulombic explosions of the sodium in the saltwater.

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The superheated steam produced and directed at a turbine will spin blades and magnets to produce electricity; thus MIE becomes an ideal power solution for Cargo Shipping, Yachting, Electric power grids, and Desalination. The MIE engine is also ideally suited for the Natural Gas industry. It is expected to achieve Methane Steam Reforming in Natural Gas wells, where brine wastewater will become fuel, driving electrolysis or other processes to essentially turn gas wells into hydrogen wells, revolutionizing the American Economy.

In this video we will discuss the path of taking this game changing form of Clean and Inexpensive Alternative Energy, into the forefront of American efforts to power America.



Additional Reading :

Current Studies and Papers on Cavitation and related processes.

For those with backgrounds in Chemistry or Physics we suggest you read this first!

"On the possibility of hydroelectric fusion"   By Dr Nigel Dyer


See the "Big Bang" explosions that suggested our new more sophisticated 2nd generation engine - to effectively "harness" this explosive power. Click here - Earlier model MIE engine & Big Bangs




Our "Proof of Concept" Heat Exchange Measuring...

We run the superheated steam produced by the MIE Engine, through 50 feet of helically coiled copper tubing placed inside a heavily insulated bucket cooler ( a KULA).

As the superheated steam enters the copper tubing, the large relative volume causes a profound cooling effect much like in refrigeration,
and the superheated steam begins condesing over the 50 feet of copper tubing. With extremely good conductivity, the copper tubing will transfer it's heat to the water in the bucket.

We measure the increase in tremperature of the known volume of water, per minute, and we get "HOW MUCH ENERGY" has been produced in the impact chambers of the MIE engine.

We compare this with the easily calculated energy costs to pre-heat the injected saltwater stream before cavitation injection, as well as the electrical energy cost of the hydraulic pumping of the heated saltwater stream up to 22,000 psi, into the impact chambers. This ACTIVATION ENERGY will then be compared to the Output ENERGY calculated from within the KULA.

Stay Tuned for the measurements that could change the world!

A look at setting Salt Water on Fire !

This is an interesting series of articles and videos, and does not require a PhD or deep background in Science to enjoy it.    Click here.

Desalinization the way it should be done.

Our Cavitation Engine is the perfect solution to desalinization needs of any size.   Click here.