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Title: In hydraulics, friction loss is independent of the mechanical advantage, therefo
Post by: tbinaz on March 11, 2018, 06:04:41 PM
In hydraulics, friction loss is independent of the mechanical advantage, therefore the possibile force multiplication ratio is almost infinite

This is a know fact yes so if we cant create more power from a motor to run it and have power left over but we can move more weight with less weight yes so why not use weight to power something with hydraulics the motor used is less powerful than the load it moves so why not use a smaller hydraulics system connected to a larger bigger generator what am I missing hydraulics can work up to 1000 to 1 and beyond right so use 1 gallon of water weight  to raise 1000 gallons take back your 1 gallon to use for the next 1000 remember

In hydraulics, friction loss is independent of the mechanical advantage, therefore the possibile force multiplication ratio is almost infinite

so regardless what losses we have it has nothing to do with what we get move water higher using a closed hydraulic system have the water fall for power or use weight to power whatever weight is or mechanical advantage so why dont we just use it for power there's thousands of ways to use weight for power and being able to move more weight with the uses of less weight then theirs are answer

 
Can you open your eyes now people and come up with weight and gravity to power your needs now lets hear how it's impossible tell me that pulleys hydraulics can not move more using less you cant the universe moves all around us gravity seems to be some pretty power stuff so let's use the mechanical advantage we do know against gravity did I just say we know the mechanical advantage over the most powerful force know to man

yep a pulley gives us the upper hand so let use it