Free Energy Party => Free Energy Party Memes => Topic started by: ARWOOLF on July 20, 2018, 04:01:24 AM

Title: Dynamic lever (Change Motivator)
Post by: ARWOOLF on July 20, 2018, 04:01:24 AM
I have been working on an idea for 5 years now and its really turned into something. Its well thought out and I've spent countless hours on it. When it comes to true energy production I believe there is no comparison. The animation is incomplete but enough to get the point across. The center is 4 inch deep, lever ends 1 inch deep and the circles are 2 inch diameter. I've assessed it mathematically and it checks out.
Title: Re: Dynamic lever (Change Motivator)
Post by: ARWOOLF on July 24, 2018, 07:57:18 PM
https://media.giphy.com/media/ZcWwOPLBE0wxn8Vurn/giphy.gif
Title: Re: Dynamic lever (Change Motivator)
Post by: Low-Q on August 16, 2018, 07:58:58 PM
What are you actually trying to do? I did see the animation, but cannot see what it is supposed to do.

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Title: Re: Dynamic lever (Change Motivator)
Post by: ARWOOLF on August 17, 2018, 01:55:17 AM
Basically connect the two sides of a lever pneumatically (possibly hydraulically). I was trying to mimic the Stirling engine with novel pistons for efficiency and cause the pressure differences mechanically at one end of a lever and use that pressure difference to displace the other end of a lever. It seemed promising to me so I worked on it as much as I could for a few years now and my latest design is impressive. I've finished my most accurate and conservative calculations for my machine using logical and traditional methods. The machine is smaller and more powerful than engines and it requires no fuel. And if I'm wrong at the very least I know it produces energy its just a question of how much. And that's leaving out some aspects that could seriously increase output. Its simple, the center portion requires work and the outer portions does more work.

https://media.giphy.com/media/ZcWwOPLBE0wxn8Vurn/giphy.gif
Title: Re: Dynamic lever (Change Motivator)
Post by: Low-Q on August 20, 2018, 09:10:55 AM
Basically connect the two sides of a lever pneumatically (possibly hydraulically). I was trying to mimic the Stirling engine with novel pistons for efficiency and cause the pressure differences mechanically at one end of a lever and use that pressure difference to displace the other end of a lever. It seemed promising to me so I worked on it as much as I could for a few years now and my latest design is impressive. I've finished my most accurate and conservative calculations for my machine using logical and traditional methods. The machine is smaller and more powerful than engines and it requires no fuel. And if I'm wrong at the very least I know it produces energy its just a question of how much. And that's leaving out some aspects that could seriously increase output. Its simple, the center portion requires work and the outer portions does more work.

https://media.giphy.com/media/ZcWwOPLBE0wxn8Vurn/giphy.gif (https://media.giphy.com/media/ZcWwOPLBE0wxn8Vurn/giphy.gif)
As a stirling engine, this motor will work as long there is an external temperatur difference available (Which is the very reason why Stirling-engines works in the first place). Note that such engines cannot produce its own temperature difference as these engines really wants to equalize this temperature difference by reacting on this difference and output less difference.
Free energy for sure, but not over unity.

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