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Author Topic: Self Powered Generators & Motors - Part 25  (Read 108 times)

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Self Powered Generators & Motors - Part 25
« on: November 21, 2018, 07:44:24 PM »
Patent Number
GB281097

Title
A MACHINE OR APPLIANCE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PERPETUAL MOTION

Specification
    I, Samuel Colton LATHAM, of West Cottage, Allentown, Derby, a British subject; do hereby declare the nature of this invention to be as follows:-
   
    This invention relates to a machine or appliance for the production of perpetual motion, the chief object being to provide a machine which is self-driving, that is to say, a machine which, when set in motion will continue to operate without the application of any separate driving force such as manual, animal, steam, gas, electric or hydraulic, and will in operating generate sufficient power to drive other machinery or mechanism.
   
    According to this invention the machine comprises a plurality of stationary open-ended cylinders, a cap-like cylinder closely and slidably fitted over each stationary cylinder, springs or like resilient media functioning to slide said movable cylinders in one direction, means for creating a vacuum within said slidable cylinders, and a piston working within each stationary cylinder, said pistons being connected by cranks or eccentrics to a rotary shaft carrying one or more flywheels, each slidable cylinder moving in unison with and in the same direction as the piston appertaining thereto, and the direction of travel of one or more pistons being opposite to that of one or more other pistons.

    In order that the said invention may be clearly understood and readily carried into effect the same will now be described more fully, by way of example, with reference to the figure of the accompanying diagrammatic drawing which shows a longitudinal vertical sectional view of a machine embodying the invention.
   
    Referring to the drawing, the machine, in the example shown, comprises two open-ended cylinders (a) suitably secured to and projecting from a crank case (b). Adapted to slide upon each fixed cylinder (a) is a close fitting cylinder (c) having the outer end (d) thereof closed so as to form a cap-like member, said slidable cylinder having at the open end or base thereof an outstanding flange (e) perforated to receive and slide upon fixed rods or bolts (f ) which form guides for the slidable cylinder.
   
    Within each fixed cylinder (a) works a piston (g) which is connected by a piston rod (h) to a double-throw crank, the two cranks being provided upon a common shaft (i) extending through and rotatable within the aforesaid crank case (b), a flywheel (i), in the example shown, being mounted upon an extension of the said shaft at both ends of the case; although, if desired, only one flywheel may he employed.

    Encircling the guide rods (f) of each slidable cylinder (c) are coiled springs (k) which are so arranged as to tend to press the cylinder outwards away from the crank case, small cushion springs (l) or the like being also preferably furnished near the outer ends of the said guide rods.

    Each stationary cylinder (a) is provided at a suitable position in the side wall thereof with an outlet port (m) communicating with a longitudinal bore or duct (n) in the cylinder connected to piping (p) controlled by a valve or  (q) whereby air may be permitted to enter the cylinder to bring the machine to rest when desired.

    Advantageously each slidable cylinder (c) is enclosed within an outer cylindrical casing (r) suitably secured to and projecting from the crank case, the said outer casings being shown provided with lugs (s), or it may be an annular flange, if desired, connected to the guide rods (f). The said outer casings are also shown each provided with an air inlet valve (t) and an air outlet valve (u).

    The crank or eccentric appertaining to one piston is advanced relatively to the other crank to the extent of 180 degrees or approximately so, thus causing one piston to be at one end of its stroke, i.e. fully projected into its cylinder when the other piston is fully withdrawn.

    In operation, the cylinders are evacuated and the machine is started by turning the crank shaft by a handle (v), or by a pedal or the like, thus causing the pistons (g) to reciprocate in their cylinders (a). As one piston moves inwards towards the crank case the corresponding sliding cylinder (c) is drawn with the same and compresses the co-acting springs (k). Simultaneously, the second piston travels outwards and the sliding cylinder associated therewith also travels outwards with the assistance of its co-acting springs. This motion continues without the assistance of any additional motive power until air is admitted into the cylinders, through the intervention of the valve (q), when the machine is brought to rest.

    Conveniently the pistons and the fixed cylinders are fitted with rings for obtaining a sliding fit; which is practically airtight.

    The crank case (b) is preferably formed with an oil sump (w) and drain  (x).

    Having now particularly described and ascertained the nature of my said invention and in what manner the same is to be performed, I declare that what I claim is:-

1.  A self-driving machine or appliance comprising a plurality of stationary open-ended cylinders, a cap-like cylinder closely and slidably fitted over each stationary cylinder, springs or like
resilient media functioning to slide said movable cylinders in one direction, means for creating a vacuum within said slidable cylinders, and a piston working within each stationary cylinder, said pistons being connected by cranks or eccentrics to a rotary shaft carrying one or more flywheels, each slidable cylinder moving in unison with and in the same direction as the piston appertaining thereto, and the direction of travel of one or more pistons being opposite to that of one or more other pistons.
2.  A machine or appliance according to Claim 1, having casings adapted to enclose the cylinders and provided with air inlet and outlet valves.
3.  A machine or appliance according to Claim 1 or 2, having means to permit air to be supplied at will to the cylinders to stop the machine.
4.  A self-driving machine or appliance having the parts thereof constructed, arranged and adapted to operate substantially as hereinbefore described with reference to the accompanying drawing.

Dated this 4th day of October, 1927.

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