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### Author Topic: Wheel vs. spoke...  (Read 6125 times)

#### iacob alex

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##### Wheel vs. spoke...
« on: January 04, 2007, 01:01:12 AM »
...is like a cake face to face,a piece of it.If we know a part of the pancake,we know the fully realized.A gravity engine,in a wheel concept(many alike spokes) is defined by a single spoke.This way,if we are interested to imagine, in the beginning ,then build a gravity power collector as a wheel,the first question is regardful to a single spoke.It can be,nothing more,than an arm and a mass in a "someway" motion.The only and the last question,is about this "someway" motion.Now,we can join ,this little issue:a switching mass at the end of a supporting arm.The last step-problem:how can we determine this mass to make a self-switching motion ,on the arm?At this time,we can talk,imagine,or what you need,about the one only "knotty point" of a possible gravity engine("wheel" as you like to dream up):the self motion of a working mass face to gravity and inertia...But,be carefully;the more we dream,the less we believe.A dream must be tempered with reality.Garage people know more about it.All the Bests!/Alex

#### iacob alex

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##### Imagine it big...
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2007, 11:33:04 PM »
Thinking in a black box style,can be a provocative,stimulative and short manner to dream up about the unknown.
This time,in the line with the topic,the black box is supposed to 'hide"  inside, a "wheel" ,or something like this.
We know the input and the output of the black box.
The input is the gravity,the output is hoped for a working torque.
Here,it's  a full place for fancy,guess,suppositions...as this place and topic is intended to be.
My  first suggestion is to imagine it,as a big-size radius mechanism,machine(as a Ferris Wheel,or better as that buildt by Aldo Costa).
My  second suggestion is to make a big "cut" in the design:we need two spokes ,only.
The next step is a big change in the concept:we  are  dealing not with a wheel,but with a lever(if you like more a wheel image,you can call,name this lever as a  "minimal" wheel).
One more step,is to add,couple this one with a mechanically store-restore power system(let's say a flywheel,a pulsatory flywheel).
The  last but one proposition, is to bring about the self switching long arm-short arm  configuration,on the same side of the fulcrum/pivot ,with the help of an incline .
And finally,the last invitation is to leave you, unaccompanied to think about.
So,if I completed my description in some words,I hope you can understand it,someway.
All  the Bests! / Alex

#### iacob alex

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##### Re: Imagine it big...
« Reply #2 on: December 26, 2017, 08:52:45 AM »
.....let's say , as : http://alphaplanets.com
Al_ex

#### sm0ky2

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##### Re: Imagine it big...
« Reply #3 on: December 26, 2017, 12:19:54 PM »
.....let's say , as : http://alphaplanets.com
Al_ex

They claim over 3000% efficiency
They state the device is up to 97% efficient

Which is it?

#### vince

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##### Re: Wheel vs. spoke...
« Reply #4 on: December 26, 2017, 07:08:32 PM »
https://youtu.be/HQKEQB-IoeM

Wonder if it‘s the same guy? Several patents out there on the concept.

#### vince

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##### Re: Wheel vs. spoke...
« Reply #5 on: December 26, 2017, 07:12:19 PM »
edit.