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Author Topic: NEW TECHNOLOGY  (Read 2369 times)

Offline nagendragm

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NEW TECHNOLOGY
« on: September 29, 2014, 01:42:46 PM »
Dears, I invented a technology that is simple mechanical it can multiply the mechanical out put more than the input till the mechanical limitation of that device. we can extract more & more based on the requirement the design will vary.
 I have attached a static test report with same speed maintained at both the ends, it mean the  input RPM & output RPM are maintained same but out put Torque 3 times more at the output end.
 it is working proto any body can come & test the proto.
nagendragm@yahoo.co.in

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