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FEC now holds the keys to remarkable energies that have never been harvested for common use in this manner. The power of sound and cavitation has generally been so powerful that it typically has been seen as destructive energy. Our view is that its power has not been created nor controlled sufficiently to use it properly. It is not only powerful, but highly efficient in many common world applications. 

The key is “molecular agitation”! Heat and pressure add energy at the molecular level. These are expensive to produce and cumbersome to maintain. The Hughes Reactors can push chemical reactions or improve ignition by raising molecular energy levels to high states of excitement. The process has virtually no limits and derives these energies from the flow of molecules themselves. This permits application inexpensively and in areas never thought possible prior.

The following applications have generated tremendous interest given the obvious benefit of this type of energy control.  We are evaluating partners now who can offer acceptable third-party testing in these fields.

Natural Gas
The future of energy has large foundation in natural gas. It is an abundant source but lacks the dense energy content of petroleum. In addition, it has highly reactive emissions in the form of nitric oxide that can destroy the environment if not burned properly. Recent attempts to burn natural gas with high efficiency have failed to improve the energy output significantly. The key to cleaner burning natural gas is to add more air to the mixture and yet still ignite the mixture thoroughly. The Hughes Reactor not only measures the natural gas and air mixture, but it will add a large amount of pre-combustion energy effectively super-energizing the mixture. This new mixture should burn rapidly and emit higher energy for application use. Thus, the Hughes Reactor solves the both the problem of emissions as well as superior energy release.

Petroleum and Bio Fuels
The search for alternate fuel sources brings forth a whole new set of issues that mainly include three large concerns: getting the reactants to ignite, establishing a rapid and clean burn and drawing out reasonable energy from the reaction. As with natural gas, the alternate fuels have difficulty initiating a burn sequence. The Hughes Reactor’s ability to super-energize fuels and puts them is a high-energy state for ignition. This leads to immediate and complete burn of the target fuel. The improved burn results in improved energy harvest and fewer harmful emissions.

The heat transfer process used for cooling consumes large amounts of electrical energy. The energy rich process is driven by coolant that changes state from liquid to gas to hold heat energy. The state change of coolant, which is the key, is typically incomplete and drives up energy usage. The Hughes Reactor can drive this reaction without additional energy, vastly improving heat transfer and reducing energy waste.

The most difficult part of aerodynamics is dealing with boundary layer issues. A controlled ultrasonic field and cavitation field can break down boundary layers allowing dramatic reductions in drag or friction. These energy fields are established easily by the Hughes Reactor in highly controllable forms. Further, they are created using flow without additional outside energy input.

FEC has capabilities in flow metering and sterilization that lend well to any scale application. The flow metering is highly accurate and yet very low cost making it ideal for measuring anesthesia gases, oxygen, urine flow, water flow or blood flow for hemodynamic tracings. In addition, it can be used to administer medications into the lungs. The Hughes Reactor ionizes and atomizes the drug, creating a floating cloud as the delivery mechanism.

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