The Clem Engine Open Source

~Russ

The Clem Engine Open Source
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i was presented the "Clem Engine" to be Open Source'd by Tommey Reed .

Tommey has done years of testing and building and he is ready to do prime time with his latest build process.

he asked me if i help by having a place to promote it. this is that place,

here is his first video on the build. and i must sat i'm intrigued.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nI-lzWfaXcY

let us now if we can help Tommey

Thanks for sharing with the rest of us as we all know how much hard work we put in to theses projects and going full open source is some times a hard decision, however, its the right one to get it out there!

~Russ

TommeyLReed


~Russ

Re: The Clem Engine Open Source
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"spinning its own wheels"

:)

ah! it was cut off right at the good part. you run out of film...?

very interesting theory indeed. looking forward to more!

~Russ


TommeyLReed

Re: The Clem Engine Open Source
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The video shows head pressure drops the faster it rotates, this also happens in hydraulics.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2L_PBGgHZw&t=19s
Re: The Clem Engine Open Source
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This is a test using hydraulic rim jets at 300 psi and rotatiing a generator head.
I used a power steering pump to move the fluid.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaMyKhY6kZw

~Russ

Re: The Clem Engine Open Source
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Tommey i haven't been able to get through all the videos yet but the ones i have are fantastic. very good work. I will finish the videos in due time. working on my bathroom trying to get done before some guests come tomorrow :)

~Russ

TommeyLReed

Re: The Clem Engine Open Source
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Russ, thank you.

So much to do on this project, thanks for allowing me to post here!

Tom.

~Russ

Re: The Clem Engine Open Source
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Quote from TommeyLReed on November 8th, 2017, 03:54 PM
Russ, thank you.

So much to do on this project, thanks for allowing me to post here!

Tom.
i'm glad you are this is the place for we are all together!

~Russ

TommeyLReed

Re: The Clem Engine Open Source
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Hi All,
I just finished this experimental pump just to verify if a internal centrifugal pump can  or can not produce enough rim jet thrust to keep it running.


Tom

~Russ

Re: The Clem Engine Open Source
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looking really good Tommey! fine work sir! ~Russ

TommeyLReed

Re: The Clem Engine Open Source
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Hi All,

On building the Clem engine part 2 with some basic calculus formulas to prove my theories.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6cU3aHO9eo

Tom

Re: The Clem Engine Open Source
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Hi All,

Happy new year, just a update on the clem engine build.

This is the first stage completed where the drive motor pulls fluid from the center to the input on the hydraulic motor.

The second stage will be the drive pump that pushes the fluid to the rim jets, while creating a implosion effect on the drive pump.

Tom


Re: The Clem Engine Open Source
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This is what it looks like so far.