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### Author Topic: Mechanical motor to create the energy  (Read 1708 times)

#### EOW

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• Posts: 383
##### Mechanical motor to create the energy
« on: August 16, 2018, 09:36:35 AM »
I defined the theory here:

https://overunity.com/17849/just-to-break-the-law-of-conservation-of-the-energy/msg524888/#new

The motor can be hydraulic for example. I use a liquid with mass and I use the combination of 2 forces to have the orientation I need. One force comes from the centrifugal the other from the acceleration (or deceleration). I deform the each device from a parallelepiped to a cube. I drew the device at start and at final. I put 4 basic devices on the disk, it is an example.

The theoretical device wins more energy from the green line than the springs lost in potential energy. Here, the energy created comes from the fact I don't need any energy for accelerate the liquid when it is INSIDE the container. The sum of forces on each molecule of water inside the container is 0 N, because there is 3 forces: acceleration, centrifugal and buoyancy.

I replace the white bars by hydraulic cylinders inside the container. It is easy to change their length and it is easy to recover the energy.
« Last Edit: August 16, 2018, 01:32:56 PM by EOW »