The rotational energy (swirl) of the typical propeller in a fluid generates a significant amount of wasted energy, which is dissipated via wakes and noise. Because of the unique design, HTP can cancel out this rotational energy, reducing typical energy losses by 30-50%.
Applications of HTP technology are conceivable in both the maritime and aeronautical industry. As many continue to invest in the future of greener and more environmentally friendly technology, HTP technology can be applied to multiple industries for more efficient results and reduced costs.
The HTP has no axial swirl or torque and most energy is used to create thrust only. The working is similar to what is known as the imaginary actuator disk and the hypothesis is that the HTP will have a performance close to the efficiency of the “ideal propulsion".