Steven Mark's TPU Patent Found (?)
Date: Sunday, February 15, 2015 @ 02:04:31 EST
Topic: Devices

Somebody sent me this link on YouTube: Steven Mark's TPU Patent Found, Published on Dec 18, 2014: "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

United States Patent Application Publication, Pub. No.: US 2006/0163971 A1, Pub Date: Jul. 27, 2006

Title:  Solid State Electric Generator
Inventor: Graham Alan Gunderson, Spokane, WA (US)
Assignee:  Magnetic Power Inc.

[Vlad] - Steven Mark's TPU has never been patented as far as I know. I'll check with Mark Goldes who (if I remember correctly) was involved with Magnetic Power Inc. from Spokane, WA, at that time.


A solid-state electrical generator including at least one permanent magnet, magnetically coupled to a ferromagnetic core provided with at least one hole penetrating its volume; the hole(s) and magnet(s) being placed such that the hole(s) penetrating the ferromagnetic core's volume intercept flux from the permanent magnet(s) coupled into the ferromagnetic core. A first wire coil is wound around the ferromagnetic core for the purpose of moving the coupled permanent magnet flux within the ferromagnetic core. A second wire is routed through the hole(s) penetrating the volume of the ferromagnetic core, for the purpose of intercepting this moving magnetic flux, thereby inducing an output electromotive force. A changing voltage applied to the first wire coil causes coupled permanent magnet flux to move within the core relative to the hole(s) penetrating the core volume, thus inducing electromotive force along wire(s) passing through the hole(s) in the ferromagnetic core. The mechanical action of an electrical generator is thereby synthesized without use of moving parts.

Link to the Patent: Solid State Electric Generator
and to USPTO: Solid State Electric Generator

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