- The works of Nikola Tesla are still incomplete. Many variations on his
work have yet to be explored and there is much evidence some of his work
was deliberately destroyed. It is my opinion the inventions of Nikola
Tesla were only parts of a larger plan. Perhaps by examining the parts
of the puzzle and how they are put together we can begin to see this
The attached diagram is a copy of my turbine design. Tesla
constructed a number of turbines with two rotor sections. It is my
(possibly incorrect ) contention that one of the possible uses of the
second turbine is to remove water from the turbine housing.
This is how I hope it will work. The left turbine is steam powered,
steam enters at the outside edge of the rotors and a mix of steam and
some water exits the center of the rotor section. The steam water mix
then enters a heat exchange unit where it mostly condenses to water. The
water steam mix proceeds to the center of the shaft driven pump turbine.
The pump turbine produces a vacuum at the center of the rotor section
and ejects water and a small amount of steam to the outside edge. The
remaining steam exits via pipe where it is condensed in a (not shown)
small condenser. A vacuum (not shown) is attached to the condenser.
To my knowledge this turbine design has not been tested. The subject
is open to debate as to how well this design will work. Normally the
second turbine would consume as much energy as the first turbine
produced, however between the two turbines the volume of steam will
decrease drastically. This should result in the second turbine having to
do less work.