How interesting! An inventor with a pulsed electric motor
boasting a coefficient of perfomance of 8+ , in other words
eight times as much work or heat output
as the electrical energy put in.
Hmmmm...let me see now: was it measured with a meter
that doesn't give RMS values for pulse waveforms by any
On the other hand, the title of this thread:
Highest Torque for Lowest Watts.
Isn't that the strangest relationship you ever read?
Similar to that other motor marvel:
Highest Revs for lowest Watts. ( e.g. Series motor off load.)
Which brings us to a reminder of that important formula
power is torque times revs.
Watts measure power. Not torque. Not revs.
Brian Whatcott Altus OK