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GEET

a system with unusual


properties

Dr. Theo Almeida Murphy


Düsseldorf, Germany

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Subject:
1. The beginning of GEET technologie
2., 3., 4. The basic setup, reactor details, counterflow
5. Fuels
6. The first prototype
7., 8.,9., 10. Experimental setup, details
11., 12., 13. Exhaust measurements
14. Fuel consumption
15. Water?
16. More …

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1. The beginning of GEET
technologies
 The main player is
Paul Pantone fom
USA
 It means Global
Environmental Energy
Technology
 It started in the 80s

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2. The basic setup

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3. Reactor details
 For understanding you
can see the relationship
of the rod to the
exhaust piping
 Note the green vapor
inlet and red exhaust
arrows
 The rod is exactly
centered in the exhaust
gas stream

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4. Counterflow
 There must be
counterflow of
incoming vapors and
outgoing exhaust for
heat exchange.
 Note again the green
vapor inlet and red
exhaust arrows
 The rod is tightly
centered in the inner
pipe

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5. Fuels
Petrol, water, ethanol, air

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6. The first prototype
Lawnmower

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7. Experimental setup

The second
prototype

800 Watt
2.2 PS

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8. Experimental setup
Detail of the second prototype

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9. Experimental setup
Detail of the tank

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10. Experimental setup
Electrical power and exhaust gases

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11. Exhaust measurements
CO CO2

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12. Exhaust measurements
HC λ

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13. Exhaust measurements
O2

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14. Fuel comsumption
Idle operation, no electrical power, fuel petrol
 0,632 L per hour normal operation
 0,411 L per hour wth GEET
  35% less fuel consumption in GEET Modus

Operation with 500 Watt lamp, fuel petrol


 1,260 L per hour normal operation
 0,800 L per hour mit GEET
  36,5% less fuel consumption in GEET Modus

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15. Water?
 The addition of 14% water reduces the fuel
consumption at around 14%
 We did not increase the water content more
than 14% because we lost engine power and
running smoothly was difficult
 The addition of ethanol did not improve the
mileage

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16. Further experiments
 More detailed runs with water and ethanol have
to be done
 The tank and the reactor dimensions have to be
varied in order to optimaze fuel consumption
 Exhaust gases have to be monitored for
different experimental conditions
 Further experiments on diesel engines

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17. Update on Paul Pantone
In the year 2000 Paul Pantone was offered
many millions of dollars by a powerfull
individual to sell off his rights to GEET.
Paul was told there would be serious
consequences if he didn‘t accept. Pantone
refused, and a trap was set. Since
December 2005 he has been incarcerated in
Utah and set behind bars in a mental ward.

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18. Future, now!
 GEET is still an experimental technology. It is
capable of reducing greenhouse gas
emissions and hydrocarbon exhausts by over
90%.
 GEET can also double or triple gas mileage
and significantly reduce our need for foreign
oil wars.
 GEET is a simple not well known technologie
that can easily be spread all over the planet.

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The continuation …

Thank you for listening!


Merci, Dankeschön, Gracias

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