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## Gravity powered devices => Gravity powered devices => Topic started by: FredG on February 18, 2019, 08:04:32 AM

Title: Gravinertia Device - (Gravity + Inertia) Concept Only
Post by: FredG on February 18, 2019, 08:04:32 AM
Hi Guys,

I just thought that this might work. I planned on building this next month so I decided to post it here for everyone's constructive criticisms that could help me in building this stuff.

I have attached herewith the draft concept subject for improvements.

By the way, the objective of this device is to run a wind motor generator that could generate electricity.

The input of this device is by moving the pivot point to let the bob and the lever swing continuously, then the generated force on the shaft (located in the pivot point) turns the flywheel.

Sorry I am having a hard time giving he detail, just kindly see the draft concept, I believe you would understand better how would this device would work.

Regards,
Fred

Title: Re: Gravinertia Device - (Gravity + Inertia) Concept Only
Post by: Low-Q on February 22, 2019, 03:08:37 PM
The short explanation is that gravity cannot provide energy.
In some way or another, any form of massdisplacement, energy, must be accounted for as long it isn't supplied mass or energy into the system.
Basically, you have a given total potential energy available. Potential energy in a mass depends only on the hight it can be released from. Since this hight is not exceeded, or mor mass is put into the system, you end up with a device that oscillate between potential and kinetic energy. This oscillation will stop at the same moment you take energy out of it - in other words, when you try to stop it.

Vidar
Title: Re: Gravinertia Device - (Gravity + Inertia) Concept Only
Post by: FredG on February 23, 2019, 01:05:10 AM

Looking at these numbers (attached), the energy generated is more than double the input, so I think if I only take out half of the energy generated to drive the flywheel, would the oscillation stop even if there is continuous energy supplied from the input?
Title: Re: Gravinertia Device - (Gravity + Inertia) Concept Only
Post by: FreeEnergy on February 23, 2019, 09:09:23 AM
Can you post a video animation of this?
Title: Re: Gravinertia Device - (Gravity + Inertia) Concept Only
Post by: Low-Q on February 23, 2019, 01:44:52 PM

Is the output and input energy an average during the complete cycle, or is it peak energy at one particular position?
I do not trust that software. I made an overunity device using two coilsprings and a flywheel in that software.

Vidar

Looking at these numbers (attached), the energy generated is more than double the input, so I think if I only take out half of the energy generated to drive the flywheel, would the oscillation stop even if there is continuous energy supplied from the input?
Title: Re: Gravinertia Device - (Gravity + Inertia) Concept Only
Post by: FreeEnergy on February 26, 2019, 04:21:14 PM
Any news on this?
Title: Re: Gravinertia Device - (Gravity + Inertia) Concept Only
Post by: F6FLT on March 01, 2019, 11:50:52 AM
The same inconsistencies as usual: calculations, especially of energy, are made in different referentials, for example a rotational kinetic energy or a moment of inertia is calculated with respect to a moving axis, and all this data that depends on different referentials is added at the end in the same fixed referential with respect to which it was not calculated, to tell us that there is overunity!