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A Multiple Step Up Electric Generator Design By Anthony Fejfar, B.A., M.B.A., Phd.

A Non-Assignable, (C)Copyright and (P)Patent (2012 C.E.) By Anthony J. Fejfar and Joshua A. Fejfar and Neothomism, P.C. (PA) The basic Design for the Multiple Step Up Electric Generator is this: 1. You put in place small to medium size gasoline powered electric generator which has high fuel efficiency and puts out 120 ac volts at 15 ac amps. 2. You put in place an ac electric powered motor which can run using 120 ac volts at 15 amps and which can put out 3600 rpms at around 8-10 horse power. 3. You then use a shaft coupler (custom made) to couple the drive shaft of the ac motor to the shaft of an electric generator head which takes approximately 11 horse power to run. The combination of the ac electric motor and the electric generator head is what is called a Step Up Electric Generator. The generator head must have 2 120 ac volt 15 amp electric outlets and one 220 ac volt 30 amps electric outlet. 4. You then repeat the steps 2 and 3 above, except that with respect to this second ac motor, you plug the 120 ac volt cord into the first Step up Generator 120 ac volt electric outlet. And so on and so forth with, say, 10 Step up Generators.

The result of the foregoing is this: 1. Gasoline Turbine Generator I, approximate fuel consumption 1 gallon of gasoline for 5 to 10 hours of electrical generation use, or more, putting out 125 ac volts as the electric power source for the first Step Up Electric Generator.

2. You put in place the first Step up Electric Generator I and plug it into the operating Gasoline Turbine Electric Generator I, Step Up Electric Generator I will begin to produce electricity. 3. You put in place the second Step up Electric Generator II and plug it into the operating Step up Electric Generator I and Step up Electric Generator II begins to operate and generate electricity. 4. You put in place the third Step up Electric Generator III and plug it into the operating Step up Electric Generator II and Step up Electric Generator III begins to operate and generate electricity. 5. Put in place Step up Electric Generator IV and plug it into Step up Electric Generator III. 6. Put in place Step up Electric Generator V and plug it into Step up Electric Generator IV. 7. Generator VI plugged into Generator V. 8. Generator VII plugged into Generator VI. 9. Generator VIII plugged into Generator VII. 10. Generator IX plugged into Generator VIII. 11. Generator X plugged into Generator IX. Now, please recall that with each Step up Electric Generator numbers I through X (1 - 10) each has one 125 ac volt outlet in use to provide electricity to the next Step up Generator, but, also note that this means that each Step up Generator has, in addition, an additional 120 ac volt outlet and a 220 ac volt outlet not in use, which can provide electricity for a local, regional, or national electric grid for general electrical power

generation at a low monetary cost, low pollution, no nuclear, no major toxicity, and with low fuel consumption. This Multiple Step up Electric Generator should not use more that 150 gallons of gasoline per month, at an approximate fuel cost of $750 at $5 per gallon, and with wholesale gasoline at 50 cents per gallon, the cost per month would be $75 per month, with the following electrical total output with the 10 step up generator design, discussed above: Electrical Generator total output: 345 ac volt at 45 ac amps multiplied by 10 3,450 ac volts at 450 amps continuous per hour 1,550,000 watts per hour approximate 15,500 kilowatts per hour approximate at a fuel cost of: One Dollar

with gasoline at $5 per gallon Thus, approximately .0006 cents per kilowatt hour Accordingly, the Multiple Step up Electrical Generator Design, described herein, provides high

quality electricity at less than one cent a kilowatt hour and can be put in place locally to provide electricity for a residential subdivision, a commercial building, an apartment complex, a government building, a manufacturing plant, etc. Also, more Step up Generators can be placed in a Multiple Step up Electric Generator System, as discussed, above, and can produce even more electricity at the same cost per Kilowatt hour as per gasoline fuel needed.