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Author Topic: Help me understand Campell's device: Solve this puzzle  (Read 732 times)

Offline muzzi5x

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Help me understand Campell's device: Solve this puzzle
« on: December 18, 2016, 07:15:21 PM »
Hi. I’ve been trying to prove mathematically, whether or not the setup below can work. It is a hypothetical model I’ve developed from Chas Campbell’s gravity machine to help me understand his machine. I have tried using the formulas for toque, inertia etc. but I find it difficult applying them here because the forces acting are at different distances from the rim of the flywheel. So, please help answer this mathematically.

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