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Wayne, PA, United States

Patent
Dynamic Energy | Date: 2014-02-25

A rotational kinetic energy conversion system includes a magnetic piston with an associated winding and an actuating magnet. Relative motion between the actuating magnet and the magnetic piston causes the magnetic piston to induce a current and voltage in the winding creating electrical energy. The amount of electrical energy induced in the winding is varied by adjusting a spacing between the magnetic piston and the actuating magnet. The spacing may be based on a relative speed between the magnetic piston and the actuating magnet. Maximum energy output may be increased by including additional sets of magnetic pistons and actuating magnets. The spacing between each individual set of magnetic pistons and actuating magnets may be changed to control the energy output.


Patent
Dynamic Energy | Date: 2013-06-04

An energy conversion system for converting between one form of input energy selected from a mechanical energy and electrical energy, and an output energy selected from a mechanical energy and electrical energy using a linearly displaced magnetic component interacting with an orbitally displaced magnetic component.


Trademark
Dynamic Energy | Date: 2015-10-29

Cars; cycle cars; electric vehicles, namely electric cars ; vans vehicles; waggons; motor coaches; electric motors for land vehicles; automobile bodies; automobile chassis; upholstery for vehicles.


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Trademark
Dynamic Energy | Date: 2015-10-29

Cars; cycle cars; electric vehicles, namely electric cars; vans vehicles; waggons; motor coaches; electric motors for land vehicles; automobile bodies; automobile chassis; upholstery for vehicles.


Patent
Dynamic Energy | Date: 2014-11-17

A vehicle kinetic energy management system includes a first main body having a passive magnetic component movable therewith and a second main body movably attached to the first main body for reciprocal movement there between. The second main body includes an active magnetic component movable therewith and magnetically communicating with the passive magnetic component. One of the first and second main bodies being adapted for engagement with a vehicular component that experiences irregularities of a surface on which the vehicle travels, and the other main body engaging a load-bearing portion of the vehicle for which isolation from vibrations is desired. Interaction of the active and passive magnetic components in response to relative movement of the first and second main bodies translates between reciprocating kinetic energy associated with the vehicle motion over the surface irregularities and electrical energy associated with the active magnetic component.

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