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Title: Space Engine...
Post by: iacob alex on January 10, 2016, 11:05:31 PM
.....-Power of Gravity , at : https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=W1TvnnWhGzk
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Title: Re: Space Engine...
Post by: lumen on January 12, 2016, 05:41:49 AM
So where is the space engine ? Have you built it yet ? hahahahah ! do you have a lab ?

It's still in the design stage but most of the bugs have been worked out.
Title: Re: Space Engine...
Post by: telecom on January 12, 2016, 10:47:01 AM
Can you please provide more details?
Title: Re: Space Engine...
Post by: lumen on January 12, 2016, 05:34:06 PM
Can you please provide more details?

Hi telecom,
This is only a single component in the overall design and it would be difficult to write text that might provide a clear understanding of how it operates.
At this point it's down to a final test that will determine if the device provides space propulsion or simply generates energy. Prior testing indicates the results must be one or the other.

If a similar device was built large enough, it could extract energy from the rotation of the Earth though it's not required to do so to simply provide energy.

I don't want to get ahead of myself until the final proof is in but I will say that after this was put on paper it does look a bit scary!

If everything works out then I will post the full design which should provide a clear understanding of it's operation.

Title: Re: Space Engine...
Post by: lumen on January 12, 2016, 05:43:59 PM
There some problems there ! To many parts hahahah nice drawing ! Why the gearing ??? I think all you need is the ring and a unity electron field pump to give directional force ...... Always be open to optimum performance and don't get stuck with the mind games of it must work as I want it to or you risk getting stuck with something that is way down on optimum performance ...

You now need to explain its principle ???????/ how does it work hahahahahah

How can you make suggestions and modifications and then say I need to explain how it works?
Title: Re: Space Engine...
Post by: lumen on January 13, 2016, 07:55:23 AM
The final test setup of the deep space drive.

The test conditions are simple. The drive bevel gears connect to nothing except the two small alternators through the inner and outer cylinder gears.
With the gyro wheel spinning clockwise from the picture view, Then CCW movement (from top view) on the outer frame would cause the top of the gyro wheel to tilt inward along it's pivot axis.

So with that in mind, rotating the bottom bevel gear (CCW from the top view) and drawing power from the outer frame generator would cause the outer frame to rotate CCW from top view and the gyro wheel to precess the top inward.

At this point the outer generator load is removed and load is applied to the inner axis generator. This load will cause the outer frame to precess back as the inner gyro wheel tilts back to it's original position preventing the gimbal lock that will occur if the gyro wheel tilts to 90 degrees.

If this test performs as expected, then a very efficient space drive should be possible.
Title: Re: Space Engine...
Post by: lumen on January 13, 2016, 06:20:36 PM
The complete unit as shown would have the small bevel gear attached to the lower pivot arm to provide input to the alternators.
Drawing power from the alternators at the same point during rotation provides power to help sustain the units rotation and causes the gyro's rotation to work against the rotating arms and shifting the gyro's mass to the arms center pivot point. The same way a gyro can shift it's weight against gravity as it precesses around a pivot point.

This provides overall thrust in any desired direction simply by timing the point on the units rotation where the alternators are activated.

Two entire counter rotating units would be required to prevent the forces of the main drive motor (not shown).

But it gets even better!
With only a few modifications, the same device could generate endless power.

Of course this is only my understanding and is subject to some errors in thinking so if you know any reason why this cannot operate as suggested......feel free to express your view.

Title: Re: Space Engine...
Post by: lumen on January 14, 2016, 06:00:59 PM
It appears very possible to calculate the thrust but it becomes dependent on other factors like the rotation of the gyros and the device itself.

One interesting factor is that because it requires extracting energy from the alternators to provide thrust, this energy can be used to help power the gyros and main rotor so the efficiency would be far superior to other electronic drives.

With a small additional part the device can then operate as both a space drive and power generator.

I will first need to construct and test a single unit to verify the real results.
Title: Re: Space Engine...
Post by: lumen on January 15, 2016, 01:42:36 AM
I plan to build it first because I need the device for power generation anyway.

My short guess is that at a unit RPM of 1000 and 10,000 RPM on the two gyros, it should be able to lift itself. About 40 lbs.

The input power should be less than 200W total but because it could switch between lifter and generator very quickly it my be possible to generate on the return half cycle and provide all the 200w by itself.

If that's true, then I'm not sure how you can beat that, but if another drive method is more efficient than it could simply serve as the power generator.

Plus, it must be built anyway since both operational concepts are impossible as we know it.