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Third Electro Energy Technology

The Third Electro Energy Technology (3EET) is a proposal of a new technology for a third electric power transmission system – The Needle Impulses Signal Theory.

Direct Current    Needle Impulse Current    Alternating Current


The Third Electro Energy Technology (3EET) is based on Paul Dirac's "Comb Theory" that describes the characteristics and behavior of a group of electrons – the electric current.

fig.1: Oscillograph of electric energy capacity of sine signal (50Hz/14Veff) and NI signal (50Hz/77Vpp)

Our Needle Impulse Signal Theory emulates Dirac's Comb Theory in practical application. In order to generate needle impulses, we built an integrated electronic circuitry called a Generator of Needle Impulses (GoNI).

The GoNI module acts as an interface between the electrical load and the power source. The GoNI module can be installed into an electrical appliance and convert its original current, whether direct (DC) or alternating (AC), into direct or alternating needle impulse (NIdc or NIac respectively).

Fig.2: Oscillograph of a typical rise time of a 100MHz high voltage switch (LZMO module, output 1/2) Electrical consumption can be dramatically reduced in a device using the GoNI module without affecting the performance of the appliance. Moreover, efficiency can be increased while maintaining original power consumption.

The Needle Impulses Signal Theory is divided into two distinct, but interconnected units.

Third Electro Energy Technology (3EET)

3EET is a hypothesis that addresses the complex problem of approximate generation and digitalization of Dirac's Needle Impulse function. 3EET is a complete blueprint. It encompasses current, as well as future practical solutions that have been and will be derived from it. The 3EET hypothesis has been presented to members of the scientific community in Europe, the United States and Asia. There was consensus that the theory is sound.

Third Electro Energy Applications (3EEA)

3EEA's are potential products intended for the marketplace. There are 25 distinct scientific research projects based on 3EET, and the number is expected to grow to 60 and beyond. As scientific research projects are finished and proven, the credibility of the 3EET is strengthened.

Partial List of Practical Applications (3EEA)

Developed Scientific Research Projects

(In final stages of research and development, with working prototypes and small test production runs.)

3EEA-REET - New smart electrical power grid
Transmission and distribution of electric power over very long distances (> 6,000 miles).
Dramatically lower losses in transmission lines, by utilization of energy buffers.
Utilizes any and all parts of the power line's frequency band.
Enables a worldwide unified, smart, digital electrical network.
Fig.3: Prototype SS224 (back panel)
3EEA-SW - Fast electronic switch
Fast and dynamic switching of the high-energy electrical grid.
More than a million times faster than mechanical switches.
Provides "smart" regulation of power lines.
Fig.4: Needle Impulse Generator modules (in various stages of finish)
3EEA-SIR - Super siren
Modular acoustic walls with an SPL better than 135dB/32m.
One siren can serve as an alarm system for entire city.
Acoustic non-lethal weapon, "White Cannon", with specifications: 0.5-30,000 Hz frequency range, 50 kW acoustic power, 150dB/128m sound pressure level (SPL).
Fig.5: Prototype of the modular Super Siren (used in testing)
3EEA-LED - LED illumination
Environmentally friendly illumination with almost no EMI pollution.
Life expectancy 100,000 h to 500,000 h (50 years of normal use).
LED lights have up to 95% efficiency.
Work with currents of 24V to 400V.
Cold Light (no heat dissipation).
Fig.6: LED ligh fixture (example of a small series run)
3EEA-EMT - Electric motor
Very light, efficient and powerful electro-motor, working on all world currents.
Fig.7: Prototype of an electric motor (driven by NI module)

Predicted Future Scientific Research Projects

(Applications and products in theoretical and proof-of-concept stages of the R&D.)

Battery chargers
Battery charging in minutes.
Precise charging and conditioning of batteries.
Ultrasound washing machines
Washing, without detergents, in minutes.
Wireless energy transmission
Extended distance wireless charging of electronic devices.
Transmitting power from electric generators in earth's orbit.
Tunnel effect
High-temperature superconductivity, at temperature significantly higher than current critical temperatures (above cryogenics).

Inventor's Biography

The Legacy of Vladimir Sokolov, Sr.

SVVladimir Sokolov, Sr. (1933-2010) was born in the former country of Yugoslavia. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Ljubljana, Department for Electro-Techniques (low-tension current) on September 20, 1963. He earned a BS degree in electro-engineering and, with his thesis, reached a Slovene education level of "university graduate engineer for low-tension current".

As a professional, Mr. Sokolov earned several specializations in the USA, Germany, England, Switzerland, Austria and Yugoslavia, the training for each of which lasted anywhere from one month to a year. He attended several important annual professional trade shows around the world.

Mr. Sokolov was a senior director of research and development, responsible for many large projects for major companies, the military and national telecommunication. Some of the major projects that Mr. Sokolov planned, drafted and for the most part supervised construction are:

The construction of a general plan for a nationwide public alarm system in the former Yugoslavia, as well as public alarm systems of several larger cities, in particular, Ljubljana, Zagreb and Belgrade. These systems are still working flawlessly after more than 20 years of operation.

Execution of a reliable and secure alarm system for the "Marshal's Office" in Belgrade. The system was used by the elite president's guard, which protected Marshal Tito and the capital of the nation.

The telecommunication system with code name "Neptun". This system covers almost 500 km of the Adriatic coast, connecting all army's telecommunication centers and radar stations.

Mr. Sokolov was a chief designer, architect and works supervisor for technical protection and premises security at the Nuclear Plant in Krško (NEK). More recently Mr. Sokolov collaborated in the execution of the upgrade and modernization of NEK in the capacity of an independent technical consultant.

His last major engineering job was an electronic computerized bus station in Zagreb and the testing of computerized information equipment for the international airport Sochi in Russia.

After 1990, Mr. Sokolov worked as an independent entrepreneur. He was a consultant, architect, supervisor and contractor for projects in telecommunication and informational technology systems for the government of Slovenia and companies, as well as companies from America, Germany, Switzerland, Japan and Australia. During this time, Mr. Sokolov worked actively on the research and development of Mega Project 3EET.

Far into his retirement, Mr. Sokolov continued working in the discipline he loved all his life – electronics. He spent the last years of his life trying to find a partner and investor that would help him realize his vision of the Third Electro Energy Technology. He truly believed that it could better the world and improve people's lives.

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