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Offline dxer_87

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gravity motor theory is quite simple
« on: November 17, 2014, 09:28:01 PM »
Hello!

I was thinking how the gravity motor may work. The answer is that the point of mass center may be away from the axle of a wheel and it must be quite stable. Because when you use a stable unbalanced wheel, the mass center point is in the right position only at some time of one rotation. The key to create the motor is to make this point updated and stable.

The masses from left and right sides have different center points, so that the sumarum wheel point is away from axle and thus make it to rotate. The main thing in designing is to create fluent mass exchanging and distant center point which creates the torque. The torque with the left mass is negative and the torque of the right mass is positive. If the equation is much more than zero the wheel will rotate. In many designs the torque difference is to small though it exist.

In the picture you have I think easy example of a motor. The dimensions, masses and forces are to be calculated:


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gravity motor theory is quite simple
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Re: gravity motor theory is quite simple
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2014, 09:57:53 PM »
Hello!

I was thinking how the gravity motor may work. The answer is that the point of mass center may be away from the axle of a wheel and it must be quite stable. Because when you use a stable unbalanced wheel, the mass center point is in the right position only at some time of one rotation. The key to create the motor is to make this point updated and stable.

The masses from left and right sides have different center points, so that the sumarum wheel point is away from axle and thus make it to rotate. The main thing in designing is to create fluent mass exchanging and distant center point which creates the torque. The torque with the left mass is negative and the torque of the right mass is positive. If the equation is much more than zero the wheel will rotate. In many designs the torque difference is to small though it exist.

In the picture you have I think easy example of a motor. The dimensions, masses and forces are to be calculated:
What you forget is that the rotation must fight against another force - the springs that is suppose to be squeezed towards the hub.
You'll, after closer examination, find that the net sum of energy in this system is zero.


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Re: gravity motor theory is quite simple
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2014, 10:12:27 PM »
Dxer_87.....Have a look at what not to do.....

https://www.google.com/search?q=gravity+motor+patent&num=100&es_sm=122&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=dmJqVNS8J4e2yQSW54HQDQ&ved=0CAkQ_AUoAg&biw=907&bih=423

And you may get some ideas of what to try next.  Johann Bessler was correct.  The weights can gain force from their own swinging.

This principle also applies to people; Get enough of them swinging the same direction at the same time and the whole swing set can come down.  And planetary bodies too.


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Re: gravity motor theory is quite simple
« Reply #3 on: November 18, 2014, 02:53:39 PM »
Yes, the theory is correct, no matter what is the effort to make it overbalanced. Its even easy to set a computer simulator, knowing this. The springs aren't the best choice, but i wanted to be creative ;)  painting this i felt like da vinci, yeah!

the link made me laugh, i'm not the 4th one :D

i would love to have one

and remember: if any moving system is dying out, you only need to cover the losses by additional energy input.

 

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