ALEX: A Story Of Family Cars And Attack Submarines - The Age Of "Aluminum Economy" Is At Hand
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Great America K
09:40 - 10:00
The ALEX aluminum fuel cell is a submarine AIP peace-dividend technology adopted for EV applications. A single fill-up on aluminum fuel powers a full size family car over a distance of 3,800 miles. Refueling is a mechanical process taking only 5 minutes. Driving on aluminum power takes place with zero emission.
Receiving a degree in electrical engineering, majoring in electrical machines with a minor in vehicular electricity, John M. Hensler became a principal at the Integral Dynamics (IDX) division of General-propulsion.com in 1990, as a licensed professional engineer directing the naval surface combatant Electric Propulsion and submarine Air Independent Power (AIP) programs. Presently, the Engineer in Chief for IDXIE's ALEX aluminum fuel cell and the Magnetic Gear Effect (MAGEE) drive product lines.
IDXIE is a new spin-off operation and the legal successor of the Integral Dynamics (IDX) division of General-Propulsion.com, an independent, multi-national defense contractor, established in 1990. IDX Industries & Engineering (IDXIE) is charged with the commercialization of naval electric propulsion and submarine AIP power technologies, including the Magnetic Gear Effect (MAGGEE) drive and the Aluminum Electron Extraction (ALEX) fuel cell. IDXIE LLC is a US company based in Panama City, FL.