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Mechanical free energy devices => mechanic => Topic started by: vineet_kiran on January 27, 2015, 10:35:16 AM

Title: Centrifugal Force Magnetic Machine!
Post by: vineet_kiran on January 27, 2015, 10:35:16 AM

Balance between centrifugal force and magnetic repulsion to get overunity!
Title: Re: Centrifugal Force Magnetic Machine!
Post by: dieter on January 27, 2015, 05:45:57 PM
Interesting thought. Maybe... the fixed magnet will fight against the centrifugal force and therefor braking the main wheel. Then the two forces would be in equilibrium again. Basicly, instead of magnets you could use simple ballast, eg. lead and then put a piece of rubber foam between them to achieve a similar repulling force.
It seems, whenever both forces act based on the wheel with no additionsl energy input, things are alwals in equilibrium. But, as I could be wrong and as this one is really simple, go and build it! In the worst case it will be a funny memory. If you're a real Hacker, you won't let me discourage you and VERIFY this thing practically.


BR

Title: Re: Centrifugal Force Magnetic Machine!
Post by: vineet_kiran on January 28, 2015, 05:04:19 AM

@dieter


I have tried that experiment.  Problem is,  at lower speeds the arm carrying magnet itself comes back instead of pushing the wheel forward and as you said all forces come to equilibrium.  This may be for the reason that action cannot be executed without equal and opposite reaction. (you need a equal supporting force to perform any action)

I couldnot test it at higher speeds because I had fixed the magnets on the disc/ arm  using adhesives hence magnets were flying off the disc due to centrifugal force. I have my own problems in building and testing things. That is the reason why I have posted the experiment here.

 
Title: Re: Centrifugal Force Magnetic Machine!
Post by: dieter on January 29, 2015, 01:14:36 AM
We save the world with sticky tape, that's what we do  ;) .


It's perfectly ok to take care. In fact, recently one guy died when a magnet flew off his rotor and hit him on his head.


A few weeks ago I did a test with an aluminum rotor on a wooden 8mm shaft. I spun it with my drilling machine at full speed, I'd guess more than 15'000 rpm. The only reason why it didn't explode was, the rotor was perfectly balanced.
Nevertheless, I was looking rather silly, wearing helmet, goggles, gloves, 2 jackets...  ;D


The sooner or later the perfect components will fall into your hands, then you can repeat it at high rpm.


BR