Fourteen Reasons why this project
should move forward

1. There is the incorporation and use of the moment arm. As is generally understood, the amount of “Work” that a system can produce is measured in the units of “foot-pounds”. The “foot” of course refers to the length of the moment arm and “pounds”; the thrust of the reaction engine.

A moment arm that is too long would not be efficient since it would require a considerable amount of time for the energy to travel through the moment arm to the shaft leading to the electrical generator. Similarly a moment arm that is too short would move too much energy into the system too quickly.

It is the purpose of the moment arm to efficiently convert and transfer the energy from the engines to the electrical generator. The optimum length of the moment arm will be determined by the size (electrical generating capacity of the generator, the actual size (mass) of the Reaction force Rotation Unit) and the thrust provided by the engines; all of which must work in concert to maximize the efficiency of the THRUST concept.

2. This system offers the flexibility to change fuels (jet fuel, alcohol, or liquid hydrogen) without having to re-build a totally new and different utility plant. To change fuels, the only requirement would be to change out the engines that would be compatible with the new fuel. The length of the moment arms of course must be adjustable.

3. This system would not only capture the “thrust work” of the reaction engine, but also the heat that would normally be expelled from the exhaust of the engine. These additional BTUs could be used for a variety of purposes as alluded to in other previously provided material. Some have suggested that an air breathing engine might be as efficient in this configuration as in its application in an aircraft since use of heat from the engine’s exhaust can be used for other purposes.

4. While steel or some other type of material might be used for the moment arm, future metals that are very light in weight (such as those used in world class bicycle competition) might be developed which would remove a considerable amount of the mass (weight) as would be found in the moment arm if steel was used.

5. It is generally known that when additional power (amperage) is required of the system, the rotor inside the generator becomes more difficult to rotate, that is, more energy would be required to maintain the constant speed that would be required to maintain the standard 60 cycles per second current flow.In this regard, a system similar to that of an auto-pilot in an aircraft might be incorporated which is a technology that has already been developed.







6. The general maintenance on the system would not require an extended period of “down time”. Other than a periodic inspection of the system, the system could be up and running by removing an engine(s) and replacing it with a workable engine.

7. This system would be “ environmentally friendly”, by using catalytic converters that is used in various commercial and industrial applications.

8. Through use of the principle of “Continuous Improvement” some type of hybrid or synthetic fuel might be developed in parallel and in conjunction with engines specifically designed for this system.

9. Since engines for this system will not have to meet the strict requirements of engines used for commercial aircraft, significant cost savings might be realized through the use of re-manufactured or refurbished engines.

10. Lastly, this system could be used in conjunction with previously constructed utility plants. In this concept this system would function as an "Efficiency Enhancement Add-on Unit(s)" (Click here)

So the above are ten good reasons that we think that this system has an excellent chance of moving forward. However we would like to add the additional benefit of the THRUST Concept. "Speed of construction".

12 reasons why this project should move forward (Click Here)

A tabulation of the actual number of visits to this web site indicates that the country of China far exceeds that of any other country. We are both highly enthusiastic and delighted to see this perceived continued interest and might suggest that this country has mastered the envisioned construction approach leading to the pervasive and global proliferation of this concept. If this is possible within 15 days (Click Here) and we have assumed all parts of a Thrust Unit have been prefabricated, what could one expect for a single Thrust Unit? The research could focus on more efficient Reaction Engines which could be added as they are produced at future times without the construction of new units in various scenarios.

Can a traditional utility plant be constructed as quickly as the one indicated in this presentation? The general thinking was that several models (sizes) of this concept would be developed for use depending on the specific need.

Once a construction company gained experience in the construction of this type of system the time required for construction would be significantly lessened. Such a system as THRUST could be quickly constructed in cases where the forces of nature, through flooding (since most utility plants are constructed close to rivers and other water ( sources ), hurricane, tornado or earth quake or a terrorist  attack occurred.

It is generally well known that a typical war strategy is to first attack the utility plants, there by removing all forms electrical power. This strategy is not limited to nuclear plants only but any and all types of utility plants.If a utility plant had been attacked rather than the World Trade Towers on September 11, 2001, it would have taken more than a year to remove all of the debria and re-construct a new plant leaving several people without electricity for a considerable length of time. Discussions with construction companies suggest that the THRUST concept could be constructed in less than two months (provided that all thrust materials and parts had been moved to the construction site)  and the use of quick drying cement of the type used during the California earthquake of 1989.

Consider the unthinkable that if we lost two Utility Plants within a single day week or month. It takes years to construct a conventional utility plant. How would the  Federal Administration in power at the time respond?

  1. "Well this has never happened in the past"
  2. "This is the largest blackout in the history of our country"
  3. "In hindsight we have no contingency plans"
  4. "Let's call for some congressional hearings" as in the case of the BP disaster.

While Fuel Cells will and are playing a large role in the current and future
infrastructures, may we suggest the obvious in that Fuel Cells are limited to
hydrogen as the working fuel energy carrier

Although this web site use Hydrogen as the energy carrier of choice, we are actually
promoting the Thrust Architecture which offers a considerable amount of flexibility in
its capability to accommodate a variety of fuels (biofuels, jet fuel, alcohol,
combinations of mixed fuels such as the hybrids of alcohol/petroleum, future synthetic
fuels) and a variety of engine types and sizes to accommodate these fuels.The only
requirement to change out a fuel that would be more economically advantageous at a
specific time would require only a change out the engines and modify their air intake
to accommodate the most cost effective fuels in response to market changes one
factor of which might be availability (Click Here).

Stock Multiple types of fuels to accommodate Multiple types of engines.

Two fuels that are enabling technologies are:

1. Biofuels (Click here)

2. Liquified Natural Gas (Click Here)

3. Future fuels not yet developed such as genetically modified Biofuel plants as a larger growth potential fuel source, that is, more BTUs per acre that can grow in a variety of weather, climate and environmental conditions around the planet. The key to this breakthrough might be found in experiments conducted aboard the International Space Station (ISS).

11. The Thrust Architecture does not require water to maintain the nuclear reactor within an acceptable temperature range as would be required in a drought condition.

12. The Thrust Architecture does not require water to convert to seam to rotate a generator as found in a conventional steam plant as also would be required in a drought condition.

Getting the most out of the Thrust Architecture.

13. Upper Scalable. While the concept as presented in this web site illustrates only four engines, the shape of the THRUST architecture can be expanded to the shapes of that of hexagonal, octagonal or a mixture of shapes that are architecturally feasible as deemed by the designing architect. The exhaust would be vertically through the "Roof" of the unit in these configurations. However this might overly complicate noise and vibration issues that require challenging mechanical engineering solutions. Such a structure would be very large in dimensions and the baseline and multiple four moment arms might be optimum. This is to say the construction of eight single four engine units might be preferably to combining eight units into a single unit.

14. Incremental size adjustments as extra power growth is required without the construction cost of full size plants. The perception is that of an "add on" plant to supplement the larger plant.

What is the market for this product? The market is the 147 Countries and Governments (Including the U.S. Government and agencies

1) The U S. Military2) The Office of Homeland Security and3 )The office of Emergency Preparedness). Aggressive sales efforts to Commercial power and utility companies would not be required or a high priority to pursue. We are the suppliers(Click here)to where extensive eager interest has been displayed and demonstrated.

This can happen anywhere in the world and we can be prepared.

Deep Freeze Depleting European Power Reserves

Posted Thursday, February 9th, 2012 at 1:50 pm by Voice of America

Much of Europe is spending another day in the grips of bitterly cold weather that has engulfed much of the continent. And now officials are warning it may soon be even more difficult to find relief.

Power companies across Europe cut back on electricity exports, while warning domestic customers to conserve power where possible.

Frigid temperatures have caused a spike in demand for power to help heat homes and businesses, especially in parts of the Balkans that have been buried by blizzards.

Serbia – where much of the electricity is generated by coal – warned of restrictions and even threatened to shut off power to industrial customers if residents did not voluntarily cut back on usage. Officials say a large part of the problem is that temperatures have dropped so much the mining of coal has been slowed.

Problems have plagued Croatia and Bosnia, where hundreds of villages – and tens of thousands of people – have been cut off from supplies as snow continues to pile up. Bosnian rescue officials have been using helicopters to carry needed supplies to isolated hamlets. As of Wednesday, officials also said about half of the historic town of Mostar was without power.

The strain on resources is also being felt in Bulgaria, which said Thursday is was suspending electricity exports because of spiking domestic demand. Bulgaria helps supply power to Serbia, Macedonia, Greece and Turkey.

The brutal cold has also shut down some of the continent's most critical waterways.

At least four countries, Serbia, Croatia, Romania and Bulgaria, have banned shipping on the frozen Danube River for at least another nine days. The French news agency reported that Hungary was allowing ships on the river but only “at their own risk.”

Serbia has also banned all traffic on the ice-clogged Sava and Tisa rivers.

The death toll across Europe has climbed to more than 400 people, with more than one-fourth of the deaths coming in hard-hit Ukraine, where temperatures have fallen below minus 30 degrees Celsius.

Forecasters have warned it could be several weeks before the vicious cold departs. Some European officials have warned that even warmer temperatures may bring little relief, instead causing more damage and death as melting snow sends rivers over their banks.

More Reasons of Why This Project Should Move Forward

1. For each installed unit at least two units should be constructed. Those above an additional one must be on line when the other unit is down for scheduled or unexpected maintenance and periodic inspection by on site Thrust Architecture company employees.

It has been suggested that several Thrust Architecture "Shell Units" (that is Thrust Structures without installed engines) be constructed in strategic locations (that is off Grid) to guard against and protection from cyber terrorism as a back-up in case an attack occurs.

2. The exhaust deflector of the Thrust Architecture should be covered with Teflon, however it must be periodically cleaned as a part of scheduled maintenance.

3. The Boeing company has 800 orders for its new passenger jet. Similarly a company such as the investors interest might consider taking orders also.

Since one size will not fit all requirements, preliminary studies must be conducted to determine a customers specific needs.

4. As the world economy shifts to electric cars, it is probably not well known that the electricity for these cars must have a source to generate electricity and biodiesel could be the source that must be converted to electricity at the Thrust Architecture utility plant.

5. While it was not envisioned that the Thrust Architecture could replace all utility plants, it was envisioned as a way to incrementally add to short falls to existing plants in a quick and inexpensive way without having to go to build new traditional plants.

6. We envision this architecture eventually to become a (Over Simplification) multi billion dollar world wide, international corporation in terms of

a. Continuous Global and World wide Demand .

b. Continued Maintenance (Purchase , that is, would require continuous maintenance contract) We do not forsee a steep and complicated learning curve for these employees.

c. Replacement cost and change out for newer and improved efficient engines.

d. The production of the fuel for the units

e. Evolving over the long time to a corporation to manufacture our custom engines.

f. Quite honestly we can foresee a Federal Government requirement wherein all Utility Plants should have multiple Thrust Architecture units of various configurations installed at all existing utility plants.

During the April 27, 2011 tornado outbreak in Alabama the nuclear utility plant at Browns Ferry in Limestone county was hit by a tornado that is 30 miles from our office building and the plant had to shut down and electricity for Huntsville had to purchased from a utility plant in Scottsboro Alabama driving utility bills to excessive limits. The city of Huntsville and surrounding counties without electricity for almost seven days. Had this occurred during the winter rather than spring these situation could have been catastrophic in addition to the tornado damage.

Before the plant could be operational all of the high towers and power lines leading from the plant had to be replaced which required over eight months of work.

g. The efficiency of the Thrust Architecture would only slightly diminish with age of the unit, however technically the efficiency should actually improve commensurate with the improvement in Reaction Engine technology which is of course the main driver of the unit"s overall efficiency. The investment normally required to construct a new plant would be avoided (that is, as an option depending on the condition and age of the existing plant) since Reaction Engine technology could be advanced in laboratories, test stands, advanced computer modeling technologies finalizing with the direct and straight forward installation into a pre-existing Thrust Architecture structure.

The energy of a reaction engine in this application (THRUST) that is normally spent to carry fuel ( that is, the weight of the fuel) in the wings and center tanks such as in airliner application can be avoided and transferred directly into the rotation of the generator. There is of course also the weight of the passengers, baggage and freight that can be avoided also and the energy required for this overhead can be transferred to the generator

h. Lastly we have not overlooked the Brayton Cycle and its relationships,viz,very carefully increased compressor pressure ratios and the like and the Rankine Cycle and its related efficiencies in terms of plant age, type of coal, fuel used and the like, but have elected not to discuss these issues; the effects of which are well documented in the literature in terms of common knowledge and the fear that such discussions would detract from the overall concept for which we are proposing.

While hydrogen (Energy Carrier) is discussed through out this web site, we are actually promoting the Thrust Architecture which can accommodate a variety of fuels ( Biofuels, Jet Fuel, Alcohol, Liquid Natural Gas, Hydrogen, and future synthetic fuels). The only requirement to change out a fuel that is economically advantageous is to change out the engines and modify air intake.