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Author Topic: Split-force overbalancing wheel  (Read 4442 times)

Offline weri812

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Split-force overbalancing wheel
« on: August 15, 2011, 07:44:54 PM »
To All

this is from Spang


                           SPLIT-FORCE OVERBALANCING-WHEEL
                           _______________________________


In this design, BOTH chains recieve identical downward forces each (10kgs?), 20kgs all told.

The left-hand side of the 'small' bottom-wheel, and the right-hand side of the large bottom-

wheel, are 'pulled' down (by tension), at the same time.

This 'pulling' down, is done by a form of 'block', with roller-bearings, or very small wheels,

attached to  specified sections, of the bottom-wheel, (see drawing).

                           _________________________________________________

Try to see the taut sections of chain, as the weights themselves.

Because the top-wheel recieves 2 equal forces -------------- 1 left, and 1 right, of the top

wheels' hub, and their points of contact are at 2 different distances from the hub, it

overbalances. Continuously ------- forever! The relevant speeds of each chain, are 'catered'

for.
                            ________________________________________________

The unbroken lines, of both chains, represent the TAUT sections of chain ------------- and the
 
broken lines -------- the 'slack' sections of chain!



this is a download link fore a zip file
http://www.multiupload.com/719CGFG5YN
« Last Edit: August 15, 2011, 10:36:58 PM by weri812 »

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Split-force overbalancing wheel
« on: August 15, 2011, 07:44:54 PM »

Offline SPANG

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Re: Split-force overbalancing wheel
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2011, 12:24:28 AM »
I'd like to thank Wer, for putting in the above text/drawing.

Please read 'post' #154 under 'overbalancing wheel', as it will help you all, to understand better!

Thanks.

SPANG.                         (BILL.)

P.S.         You have my permission, to build this device, if you so wish!

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Re: Split-force overbalancing wheel
« Reply #2 on: August 27, 2011, 12:01:12 AM »
Hi All,     copy post 154
       I was thinking, if the device is set up properly, and it doesn't rotate, what would happen if the 'top-wheel'
was given a manual clockwise 'turn' ----------------- would it help?
Thinking along these lines, I wrote to a certain 'someone' ----------- whose name I won't mention right now,
who assured me, that if the device didn't 'lock up' in the first place, it WOULD help, and would carry on
rotating, regardless of the fact, the device never had any 'real' weights to begin with.
I'd like to know YOUR thoughts on this!

SPANG.                              (BILL.)

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Re: Split-force overbalancing wheel
« Reply #2 on: August 27, 2011, 12:01:12 AM »
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