Sep 8, 2017
Sep 10, 2017
Consider the orbit of a planet with respect to the sun.
Each point on that trajectory is a position of equilibrium between all forces (mostly gravitational) influencing the system at a given time. At any time, any change in force parameters (direction, intensity, etc.) would result in a new position on the position of the planet ===> end result is the orbit we see.
I imagine we can simulate this system in the design of an engine fully driving by vector forces from gravitational interactions between planet Earth and fluid mass within a hydrokinetic engine - In a nut shell, that is the BMSH Engine.
Thank you for your interest. I hope this answers your question.
As for technological sophistication, there is nothing new as far as manufacturing is concerned. Current/existing hydropower technologies have resolved all potential tech challenges from turbine designs to power conversion and transmission. I see no serious technological obstacles to implementation of this innovation.