SUPERENGINE® | Implosion / explosion - the fictitious alternative
                             by Karl Obermoser

1. In an explosion, a mass of gas is dispersed and its pressure and temperature drop. In other words, this is an expansion process. In an engine that uses the explosion principle, the process is repeated periodically. Implosion is actually an explosion in reverse – in other words a compression process. This is also repeated periodically in the explosion engine.


2. An "implosion" in the sense understood by Viktor Schauberger refers to the way a fluid flows together in a continuous spiral pattern, a process frequently observed in nature. This, too, is an expansion process, during which pressure and temperature drop. The reverse of Schauberger’s implosion, that is to say the continuous spiral-pattern outward flow, is a compression process. Logically, Schauberger should speak of this as an “explosion”, but this reversal – which necessarily accompanies his implosion – does not appear anywhere in his body of thought.


This omission of compression from the relevant thought process explains Schauberger’s fatal error, namely his assumption that an implosion engine could operate without a heat supply.


SUPERENGINE ®  | Video field of flow

This video (please click on the picture) very clearly shows a complete, almost entirely closed field of flow, with implosion and explosion in the sense understood by Schauberger.








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SUPERENGINE® | The implosion engine is a reality
                             by Karl Obermoser

In an implosion engine the same thermodynamic cycle process takes place as in a conventional gas turbine – or in a tornado.


The main differences from the gas turbine are in the design of the rotor and stator, and in the flow pattern from the air inlet to the exhaust air outlet. In a conventional gas turbine, the fresh air flow is in the same direction as the exhaust gas flow, and both of them surround the rotor and its shaft.


SUPERENGINE ®  | implosion engine

In the implosion engine, on the other hand, the fresh air flow is in the opposite direction to the exhaust gas flow, and surrounds it (as is also the case in a tornado). The implosion engine’s rotor takes the form of a squirrel cage with an open endface, and surrounds both flows. The fresh air flow passes radially through it an outward direction and the exhaust gas flow radially through it in an inward direction.







SUPERENGINE ®  | implosion engine

These two videos do not show a complete implosion engine, but nonetheless confirm the causal relationship between a heat flow and the occurrence of an implosion in the sense understood by Schauberger. In this case, cold air begins to rotate when in contact with a heated undersurface. The base and air temperatures are in equilibrium at the left, whereas at the right there is flow of heat into the air. (To view the videos, click on each photo.)






This page is intended to provide food for thought to all adherents of Viktor Schauberger, on the one hand, and all those who automatically associate the terms “implosion engine” or “natural technology” with charlatanism, on the other.




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