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Author Topic: Skinner 1939 gravity machine centrifugal force tests and hope  (Read 7031 times)

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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Skinner 1939 gravity machine centrifugal force tests and hope
« Reply #31 on: January 17, 2018, 03:59:38 AM »
Thanks Mike,
That’s a true change in “weight”.
by accelerating (downward) at the acceleration of g
You effectively cancel out the gravitational force,
Making your weight =0.
your mass has not changed,
And the gravitational energy (referenced to ground level)
      only decreases at a rate of g
Your weight drops to 0, regardless of its initial value.

This is different from an upward force = g
In this scenario gravitational force drops to 0,
But the weight stays the same.

[edit] in one perspective it is the same,
an upwards force of g from another perspective
creates “double the weight” in terms of forces on
the object being measured.

Offline seychelles

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Re: Skinner 1939 gravity machine centrifugal force tests and hope
« Reply #32 on: April 22, 2018, 07:04:13 AM »

Offline norman6538

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Re: Skinner 1939 gravity machine centrifugal force tests and hope
« Reply #33 on: April 22, 2018, 01:29:36 PM »

So basically you roll heavy weights over a ramp that can be pushed down and
lift a weight up to a max of the rolling weight which can then be used to do work...

I always understood that going up a ramp takes as much ft/lbs as a direct lift of the
same weight. Granted you have to overcome inertia to get it started but then you
keep it going with less work.
So lets say my driveway is level and I get the car started rolling into the garage but
the garage floor is sloped up so water runs out. When I get to the garage floor it will
take more work to push the car into the garage.

Its all about measurements - work in vs work out.
So I propose pulling some rolling weights with a weight on a string and measuring
how much weight can be lifted  as work out....
Then get mass x distance for work in and work out.

Finsrud did this with a ball that pushed a rod down and kept tapping the pendulum
to keep it moving....



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