Paramahamsa Tewari is a leading scientist and the inventor of the Tewari RLG (reaction-less generator), a reduced reaction generator that has been tested by independent sources at high-efficiencies.
Breakthrough RLG Test Results -- April 2016
Ever since the development of electrical generators, due to Lenz’s Law, electrical generators consume far more input (power) than they output. This strange phenomenon, which engineers have now been familiar with for more than a century, can be bypassed by nullifying the armature reaction of electrical generators.
Radically New Solutions -- Tewari RLG
Tewari's years' of research and experiments have shown that the time is ripe for building electrical generators (AC, single/three phase generators to start with) that will multiply power.
Conventional electrical generators are unable to achieve very high efficiencies owing to limitations that include the back torque (counter reaction) created that opposes the torque of the motor that drives the generator.
Laws of Physics
The laws of mechanics and thermodynamics, as well as Lenz’s law (considered equivalent to the law of conservation of energy) limit the efficiency of conventional generators to not exceed 100%.
Tewari, with years of research and experimentation performed with different configurations of magnetic fields and armature conductors, has been successful in designing an entirely new system compared to conventional generators’ magnetic and electric circuits. In his RLG’s patented design, counter reaction on the prime mover is substantially reduced, substantially raising the efficiency.
Read more by Tewari on his theoretical basis for his RLG.