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Gravity powered devices => Gravity powered devices => Topic started by: gmbajszar on May 09, 2014, 06:54:30 PM

Title: Ball balancer
Post by: gmbajszar on May 09, 2014, 06:54:30 PM
Hi all.

What I am wondering based on the attached picture below, is how such a device can be built.

The concept is that when the ball is closer to the weight, the weight becomes heavier, so the ball lifts.

When the ball goes further from the weight, the ball becomes heavier, so the side with the ball comes down.

I want the part which holds the ball to tilt downward when it is raised high, and the same part would tilt upward on its own
when it is lowered. What is the mechanism to create such a tilt adjustment mechanism?

How can such a perpetual motion machine be completed? Can it work?

George
Title: Re: Ball balancer
Post by: gmbajszar on May 09, 2014, 07:31:23 PM
Here are some helping thoughts:

Imagine a room back in kings' days, which is balanced with a similar mechanism.

If you walk to one end of the room, like an elevator, it lifts you up to the second floor. If you walk to the other end of the room, it goes down because you walk further away from the weight that is balancing you.

So in a way this could have been an elevator system hundreds of years ago, where the elevator is locked in place so it doesn't fly back up once you exited on the lower floor. But as the story goes, the king could have had this Flintstone era elevator design used, so the king's legs don't get tired with the stairs.

Each floor can have an elevator to the upper floor. Thus such an elevator can be built in skyscrapers.

Another interesting concept: How much energy will a person need to get up to the hundredth floor? Answer: He will not feel tired, will not be sweating, and can use the same elevator design to come back down walking into elevator after elevator...

The king could have used an elevator boy, so the elevator can come down when the bell is calling him. People can be transferred up and down.

George

Title: Re: Ball balancer
Post by: noonespecial on May 09, 2014, 08:07:09 PM

I want the part which holds the ball to tilt downward when it is raised high, and the same part would tilt upward on its own
when it is lowered. What is the mechanism to create such a tilt adjustment mechanism?

How can such a perpetual motion machine be completed? Can it work?

George

Look up '4-link' mechanisms. It might work better if you designed it to activate only when the ball reaches the very top and bottom instead of a gradual tilt.