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GSE Inertial power systems
GSE IPS is a research and development arm of GSE [Gravitational Systems Engineering, est. 1998] with the mission of providing inertial power (gravity, stasis, vibration) engines for applications which can exchange additional weight for fuel free power.
These applications are primarily rail and water transport. We understand, as no other researchers in the alternative energy field, that we are surrounded by the vast power of the planet as manifest in gravity and gravitational artifacts. GSE has been researching and developing gravity powered engines for over 19 years.
This vast energy source, with current technology, can only be tapped through either buoyancy or environmental pressure employing engines at a scale that is impractical for passenger vehicles, but are ideal for container ships, coal trains, container ports and isolated construction sites.
GSE engines represent a new class of engines, the RG class [Reciprocal Gravitation] reciprocating engines powered by harvested compressed gravity.
These engines are environmentally sustainable and will dramatically lower energy expenses. Our revolutionary engines will also provide the lowest possible maintenance costs and insurance liability exposure.
GSE has designed and tested in-silico engines which provide constant power in the mega-joule range from internal buoyancy and external pressure engines. These engines are powered by gravity, and gravitational artifacts, and require no traditional fuel sources.
GSE is an established military contractor with years of experience in US military supply and kinetic projects.
GSE engines are built from licensable designs based upon proven systems such as flywheels, stand pipes and low gravity air handling systems used on spacecraft and space stations.
We are looking for industry partners who can provide vetting and modeling at scale. If you are interested in pursuing possible joint ventures, or for more information, please contact; TAJohnstine@gravitationalsystems.org
We welcome your scrutiny, have our engine designs evaluated by your engineering department, or have a GSE engineer visit and present to your staff. Expenses optional.
Thomas Albert Johnstine,
Director GSE Inertial power systems
Washington, DC US
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