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Dr. Pavel Imris



Describe of Optical Electrostatic Generator

Pavel Imris was awarded a US patent in the 1970s. The patent is most interesting in that it describes a device which can have an output pwer which is more than nine times greater than the input power. He achieves this with a device that has two pointed electrodes enclosed in a quartz glass envelope which contains xenon gas under pressure (the higher the pressure, the greater the gain of the device) and a dielectric material...

The results from Test No. 24 where the gas pressure is a very high 5,000 torr, that the input power for each 40-watt standard fluorescent tubes is 0.9 watts for full lmap poutput. In other words, each lamp is working to its full specification on less than one-fortieth of its rated input power. However, the power taken by the device in that test was 333.4 watts which with the 90 watts needed to run the 100 lamps, gives a total input electrical power of 423.4 watts instead of the 4,000 watts which would have been needed without the device. that is an output power of more than nine times the input power.

From the point of view of any individual lamp, without using this device, it requires 40 watts of electrical input power to give 8.8 watts of light output which is an efficiency of about 22% (the rest of the input power being converted to heat). In test 24, the input power per lamp is 0.9 watts for the 8.8 watts of light produced, which is a lmap efficiency of more than 900%. the lamp used to need 40 watts of input pwer to perform correctly. With this device in the circuit, each lamp only needs 0.9 watts of input power which is only 2.25% of the original power. Quite an impressive performance for so simple a device!


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Dr. Pavel Imris

Dr. Pavel Imris, CSc. has over sixty (60) years of academic and practical experience in the field of science – nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry. Dr. Imris was born in Slovakia in 1931 where he studied at Faculty of Education in Banska Bystrica to become a professor of physics, chemistry and mathematics. In 1951, he began his studies at University of Bratislava, majoring in physics and chemistry. As one of the top students, Dr. Imris was selected by Ministry of Education to pursue studies at Masaryk University in Brno (current Czech Republic), Faculty of Science, nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry major which included courses such as physics, physical chemistry, and inorganic chemistry, among others. He graduated with a cumulative G.P.A. 3.95 and successfully defended his Dissertation “Crystal Structure of Copper (II) Sulfate - CuSO4.” Dr. Imris worked at the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Nuclear Physics in Prague from 1956 till 1965. In 1965, he emigrated to Austria and subsequently to Germany.

Dr. Imris also resided in the United States of America where he worked as the researcher at Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Department of Atomic Power Development in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. He also held a position of the lead researcher at chemical company W.R. Grace in its Washington Research Center.

Dr. Imris’s strong academic background and experiences can be demonstrated by numerous publications and awarded patents.

Among others, he is the inventor of an ELECTRIC GENERATOR, a source of clean energy, registered under DE202018004259U1 at the German Patent and Trade Mark Office.

Dr. Imris's Electric Generator can be used in the following areas:
- Engine for electric cars;
- Satellites and Anti-Satellites;
- Drones for military or civil utilization;
- Light Agricultural Vehicles;
- Heating in households;
- and many more.



10839 A THERMOGRAVIMETRIC STUDY OF THE OXIDATION OF PARTICLE OF UO2 PREPARED FROM U3O8 CALCINATED UNDER VARIOUS CONDITIONS. Imris, P. (Nuclear Research Inst., Czechoslovak Academy of Science, Rez). J. Inorg. Nucl. Chem., 28 99-109(Jan. 1966)

15481 DISTRIBUTION OF UO2 PARTICLES PREPARET FROM VARIOUSLY CALCINATED U3O8 INVESTIGATED BY SDIMENTATION ANALYSIS. P. Imris, H. Landsprsky, and M. Vorbell (Nuclear Research Inst., Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Rez). J. Appl, Chem. (London), 15: 48-59 (Jan. 1965).

 318 REFLECTION SPECTRA OF UO2 FROM U3O8 CALCINATED UNDER VARIOUS CONDITIONS. Imris, P.; Imris, D. (inst. of Nuclear research, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Rez)- J. Inorg. Nucl. Chem., 27: 2135-49(Oct. 1965).


23652 DIFFERENTIAL THERMAL ANALYSIS OF U3O8 AND MIXTURES OF U3O8 WITH Mg, Zr, and Be OXIDES. Pavel Imriš. Jaderná energie, 8: 126(1962) (In Czechoslovakian)

9610 (UJV-960/54) THE PREPARATION OF UO2 EFFECT OF HEAT TREATMENT OF U3O8 ON THE PROPERTIES OF UFO2. P. Imris (Československá Akademie Věd. Ústav Jaderného Výzkumu, Řež). [1964]. 35p. Dep.(mrf)




1. Imris, P.: A thermogravimetric study of the oxidation of particles of UO2 prepared from U3O8 calcinated under various conditions.
   J. Inorg. Nucl. Chem., 28: 99-109 (Jan. 1966).

2. Imris, P., Imris P., Imris D.: Reflection spectra of UO2 prepared from U3O8 calcinated under various conditions.
   J. Inorg. Nucl. Chem., 27: 2135-49 (Oct. 1965). 

3. Imris, P.: Differential thermal analysis of U3O8 and of mixtures of U3O8 with MG, Zr and Be oxides-
 Jaderna Energie, 8: 126 (1962). (In Czech).

4. Imris, P., Landspersky H., and Voboril, M.,: Distribution of UO2 particles prepared from variously calcinated U3O8 investigated by sedimentation analysis..
   J Appl. Chem. (London), 15: 48-56 (Jan. 1965).

5. Imris. P.: The influence of yeta electromagnetic potential on the rate of sedimentation of U3O8 - suspension. 
   Jaderna Energie, 8: 125-6 (1962). (In Czech).

6. Imris, P.: Tre preparation of UO2 by the reduction of U3O8 in hydrogen and the effect of heat treatment of U3O8 on the proprieties of UO2.
   UJV No. 960 (1964).

7. Imris P.: An universal apparetus, for the differential trehrmal analysis.
   Thermal Analysis (1965). Proceedings of the first international conference on thermal analysis.
   Aberdeen, Scotland, 6-9 Sept., (1965) p. 14.

8. Imris, P,: A thermobalance wit automatic registration of temperature and weight differences,and automatic temperature control by means of a mercury program regulator.
   Silikaty 6, 91, (1964)

9. Imris. P,: Infrared heat radiation of substances for the determination of their electrical properties.
   Lecture. Symposium the Academy (VAZZY) in BRNO, (1966).

10. Imris,P., Landspersky, H., Measurement of the mass sediments using radioactive radiation.
     Silikaty, (1966).

11. Imris, P., Landspersky, H.: Notification of a sedimentation tube for preparation of narrow fractions of powder materials.
     Silikaty, p 327 (1965).

12. Imris, P.: Preparation of UO2 from UF6 by oxidation of hydrogen peroxide.
     Internal Publication of Westinghouse Electric Co., Atomic Power Division: 7165, Oct.-Dec. (1967) and 7196, Jan.-Mar. (1968).

13. Imris, P.: Absorbtion properties of UO2, prepared from UF6.
     Internal Publication of Westinghouse Electric Co., Atomic Power Division, 7264 Jul.-Sept. (1968) and 7275 Oct. Oct.-Dec- (1968).

14. Imric P.: Automatic control of sintering properties of UO2 pellets.
     Westinghouse Electric Co., Technical Report (1968).

15. Imris, P.: Generatio of ozone by sectionalized D.C. corone discharge utililizing bipolar electrodes.
     3 Conges de l'International Ozone Institute. Paris: 4,5 & 6 Mai (1977).

16. Imris. P.: Apperatus for the automatic registration and display of change of potential and the use of titration solutions during potentiometric titration.
    Czechoslovakia, Patent No. 971756.

17.Imris, P.: Program for the control of thermoregular used in differential thermal analysis.
    Czechoslovakia, Patent No.97156.

18. Imris, P.: Furnace with low heat capacity for differential thermal analysis.
      Czechoslovakia, Patent No. 97156

19. Imris, P. Sencek, J.: Mercury program-thermoregulator for differential thermal analysis
     Czechoslovakia, Patent No. 1000863

20. Imris, P., Refining of metals in moltan state.
     Czechoslovakia, Patent Application No. PV 4870-60

21. Imris, P., Sencek, J.: Electrostatic separation of particles in a gaseous medium by the use of heat radiation produced by D.C..
    Czechoslovakia, PV 5915-64

22. Imris, P., Sencek, J.: Electrostatic separation in gaseous medium by the use of heat radiation produced by A.C..
     Czechoslovakia, PV 6093-64.

23. Imris, P., Sencek, J.: Control of the heat of the radiation source used in the separationof the particles in gaseous medium.
    Czechoslovakia, PV 6093-64.

24. Imris, P., Special energy source-
     Czechoslovakia, Patent No. 119978.

25. Imris, P.: Trennen von geschmolzelen Metallen.
     Patent No. 1940642 (West Germany)-

26. Patent No. 1286756 (West Germany).

27. Imris, P. et al: Gas stream purifying equipment.
     Application Serial No. 809,707 (USA).

28. Imris, P.: Method and apparatus for measuring specific surface area of powders.
     Patent No. 3479884 (USA).

29. Imris, P.: Method and apparatus for separating particles of different sizes.
     Patent No. 3478443 (USA).

30. Imris, P.: Teaching Device.
     Patent No. 3478443 (USA).

31. Imris, P.: Electrical Generation Apparatu.
     Patent No. 3638056 (USA).

32. Imris, P.:Disc-Centrifuge Apparatus (for particles-size distribution in dry state).
     Patent No. 3651941 (USA) Assignee: Westinghouse Electric Corporation. (Patented in many countries)  

33. Imris, P.: Patent No. 3781601 (USA); (Patented in many countries)

34. Imris, P.: High frequency generator and method of using radiation of energy from excited and metastable atoms of plasma.
     Papplication No. 133577 (USA).

35. Imris. P., Franco, N. B.: Electrostatic precipitator.
     Patent No. 3917470 (USA).

36. Imris, P.: Discharge electrode for an electrostatic participatory.
     Patent No. 3763632 (USA).

37. Imris, P.: Vorrichtung zur elektrostatischen Aufland und Abscheidung von Masseteilchen.
     Patent No. 21515220 (West Germany).

38, Imris, P.: Elektrischer Generator.
- Patent No. 2156274 (West Germany)
- Patent No. 98585 (German Democratic Republik)
- Patent No. 318065 (Austria)
- Patent No. 539352 (Switzerland)
- Patent No. 788224 (Belgium)
- Patent No. 7232116 (France)
- Patent No. (Algeria)
- Patent No.: 954924 (Canada)
- Patent No. 1373603 (Great Britain)
- Patent No. 3760205 (USA)
- Patent No. 168322 (New Zeland)
- Patent No. 136498 (India)
- Patent No. 10492 (Iran)
- Patent No. 40316 (Izrael)
- Patent No. 72/6204 (South Africa)
- Patent No. 8267 (Philippines)
- Patent No. 193291 (Argentina)
- Patent No. 406591 (Spain)
- Patent No. 5544 (Portugal)
- Patent No. (Brazil)
- Patent No. (Holland)
- Patent No. 967321 (Italy)
- Patent No. 46300 (Greece)
- Patent No. 17133 (Turkey)
- Patent No. 376130 (Sweden)
- Patent No. 138095 (Denmark)
- Patent No. 49230 (Finland)
- Patent No. 129024 (Norway)
- Patent No. 449522 (USSR)
- Patent No. (Czechoslovakia)
- Patent No. 76113 (Poland)
- Patent No. 61495 (Romania)
- Patent No. 20833 (Bulgaria)
- Patent No. (Yugoslavia)
- Patent No. (Japan)
- Patent No. 123670 (Pakistan)
- Patent No. (Egypt)

39. Ozon
- Patent No. 216524 (West Germany)
- Patent No. 1414150 (Great Britain)
- Patent No. 3842286 (USA)

40. Imris, P.: Vorrichtung zur Herstellung von Ozon
- Patent No. 594560 (Switzerland)
- Patent No. 845451 (Belgium)
- Patent No. 4062748 (USA)
- Patent No. 354402 (Austria)
- Patent No. (Holland)
- Patent No. 7626471 (France)
- Patent No. (Finland)
- Patent No. 1511816 (Great Britain)
- Patent No. 1067857 (Canada)
- Patent No. (Japan)

41. Vorrichtung zur Erzeugung von Ozon.
- Patentameldund P2644978.5 (West Germany)
- Patent No. 2644978 (West Germany)
- Patent No. 594560 (Switzerland)
- Patent No. 845451 (Belgium)
- Patent No. 4062748 (USA)
- Patent No. 354402 ((Austria)
- Patent No. (Holland)
- Patent No. 7625471 (France)
- Patent No. (Italy)
- Patent No. 416463 (Sweden)
- Patent No. 143019 (Norway)
- Patent No. (Finland)
- Patent No. 1511816 (Great Britain)
- Patent No. 1067857 (Canada)
- Patent No.(Japan)
- Patent No. 1589994 (Great Britain)
- Patent No. 1090293 (Canada)
- Patent No. 4152603 (USA)
- Patent No. (Japan)

42. Vorrichtung zur Herstellung von Ozon.
- Patentemeldung 82724428.6 (West Germany)
Zusatz zu DP 2539715
- Patent No. 2724428 (West Germany)
- Patent No. (Switzerland)
- Patent No. (Austria)
- Patent No. 867363 (Belgium)
- Patent No. (Holland)
- Patent No. (France))
- Patent No. (Italy)
- Patent No. (Sweden)
- Patent No (Norway)
- Patent No (Finland)
- Patent No. (Great Britain)
- Patent No. (Canada)
- Patent No. (USA)
- Patent No (Japan)
- Patent No. (Brazil)
- Patent No. 470251 (Spain)

43. Imris. P.: Ozongenerator (Lecture: Internationale Fachmesse Wasserversorgubg - IFW' 81, W. Berlin 30.3. - 3.4.1981)

44. Patent No. 8124785 (West Germany)

45. Imris. P.: Vorrichtung Entladungsvorrichtun.
- Patent No. 3221084C2 (West Germany)
- Patent NO. (Switzerland) Appl. Serial No. 3876/83-4
- Patent No. (Great Britain) Appl. S. No 8315488

46. Imris P.: Vorrichtung zur Erzeugung bzw. Steurung nicht harmonischer Schwingungen.
- Patent No. (West Germany)
- Offenlengungsschrift No. 3139983.5
- Gebrauchsmuster No. 8126420.4

47. Imris P.: Vorrichtung zur Erzeugung bzw. Steuerung von Schwingungen.
- Patent No. (West Germany)
- Offenlengungsschrift No. 3228899.9
- Gebrauchsmuster No. 8221928.1

48. Imris P.: Vorrichtung zur Erzeugung bzw. Steuerung bzw. Steuerung von zirkular polarisierten Schwingungen.
- Patent No. (West Germany)
- Offenlengungsschrift No. 3247649.3
- Gebrauchsmuster No. 8236150.9 

49.  Imris P.: Vorrichtung zur Erzeugung bzw. Steurung
- Patent No. (West Germany)
- Offenlengungsschrift No. 3331058.8
- Gebrauchsmuster No. 8324743.7 

56. Imris, P._ Schwungra mit einstellbarem Masentragheitsomet.
Offenlegungsschrif No. 4114870.3 (Germany)
Gebrauchsmuster No. G9195668.3

57. Imris, P.: Leuchtstofflampe.
     Europaische Patentameldung No: 0393449
Gebrauchsmuster No. G8904853 (Germany)
- Patent No. 5053933 (USA)
- Patent No DD293687 (DDR/GDR)
- Patent No. 202673 (Hungary)
- Prihůáška vználezu (Patent No.) No. PV1819-90 (Czechoslovakia)

58. Imris, P.: Vorrichtung zur Umvandlung Niedertemperatur warmer in elektrische Energie.

59. Imris, P.: Transformer mit kapazitiven Widerstand.
     DE-OS 19927355.3 A1

60. Imris, P-: Vorrichtung zur Umvandlung von im Megnetfeld gespeicherter Energie in kinetische Energie.
     DE-OS 4325026.2 A1



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T1. Imris, P.: Brennstoffzelle fur elektrische Fahrzeuge. (s. Zusatzblatt mit eingen wirtschaftlichen Daten)

T2. Imris, P,: Verfahren und Vorrichtung zur Erzeugung eines EMP - electromagnetic pilce durch nichtnulcear Initiator.
     (Angriffswaffe gegen elektronische Einrichtung)

T3. Imris, P.: Hochfrequenzgenerator zur Erzeugung von elektrischen Ultrahochspanmungsmipulsen.

T4. Imris, P.: Elektrischer Generator zur Erzeugung von Hochwechselspannung.

T5. Imris P.: Ultrahochfrequenzgenerator zur Erzeugung von longitudinalen elektrischen Hochspannungsimpulsen.

T6: Imris, P.: Kapazitive Steuerung fur ultrakurze elektrische Implulse.

T7: Imris, P.: Magnetogravitationsmotor.