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Gravity powered devices => Gravity powered devices => Topic started by: Delburt Phend on June 27, 2019, 05:28:20 PM

A cylinder of water 30 meters high, with a diameter of 3.57 meters, will have a mass of 300 metric tons.
This cylinder could be suspended from a vertically mounted rim with a mass of 5700 metric tons.
Three hundred tons would be accelerating 6000 tons: for an acceleration rate of (9.81/20) .4905 m/sec².
After the 300 tons has dropped .1 meter the 6000 tons will have a velocity of .3132 m/sec. From d = 1/2v²/a
This 1,879,255 (6,000,000 kg * .3132 m/sec) units of momentum could accelerate 77.46 metric tons to a velocity of 24.26 m/sec; by using the Dawn Mission despin event.
At 24.26 m/sec the 77.46 metric tons will rise 30 meters.
The 300 metric ton cylinder has only dropped .1 meter. Only 1 ton of the 77.46 tons is needed to refill the shallow void at the top of the cylinder. The shallow void has a volume of 1000 liters.
You now have an excess of 76 metric tons at the top of the cylinder.
The 'Delburt Phend double yoyo despin' proves that the cylinder and spheres conserve Newtonian momentum not energy.