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Title: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: GravityAntiGravity on June 29, 2021, 01:49:50 AM
Im new here but would like to provide research on Gravity Powered Device
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: hartiberlin on July 01, 2021, 02:07:40 AM
Do you have a video of it ? Many thanks in advance.Regards, Stefan.
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: e2matrix on July 01, 2021, 04:39:06 PM
Hi Stefan,  it's in the paper he uploaded near the end:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldfevqDmIFY
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: GravityAntiGravity on July 03, 2021, 03:35:17 PM
I have several videos on YouTube.  The last video link is in the end of the PDF
You can also search for G.A.G.A. engine, channel is "vapsterdiesel"
I'll put the link in another reply
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: GravityAntiGravity on July 04, 2021, 08:27:25 PM
Have the link to the video  https://youtu.be/ldfevqDmIFY
Title: Would like to submit a photo of the latest model of GAGA 3
Post by: GravityAntiGravity on November 06, 2021, 12:27:59 AM
I am currently working on the GAGA 3 motor.  It is also known as the HOPE motor, Help Our Planet Earth.  I am currently seeking 3RD Party testing from a local University.  Current model shows results that are over 40% over baseline and 21% over results of the GAGA 2 model.  The device uses 2 energies from the ethers, gravity and magnetic repulsion.  I am including a photo of the GAGA 3.
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: e2matrix on November 06, 2021, 05:13:15 PM
What is the power input ( volts x amps ) in watts versus the power output in watts?
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: kajunbee on November 06, 2021, 05:50:34 PM
What is the power input ( volts x amps ) in watts versus the power output in watts?

Meters show roughly 85 watts in and 19 watts out.
Title: Photo showing Watts used by GAGA 3
Post by: GravityAntiGravity on November 07, 2021, 03:31:02 AM
5.9 watts input to GAGA 3 lowers wattage required to turn wind turbine by 29 watts with similar total resistance.

Total Seconds to run 10 watt/per hour for wind turbine is Avg. 400 seconds without GAGA 3engaged.   Total Seconds to use 10 watts/hour with GAGA 3 motor engaged 648 seconds.
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: lota on November 07, 2021, 09:55:58 AM

Hello
the measuring instruments lie. I have too.
Greeting
Lota

Title: Mechanical & Gravity Device that Assists Load Require..of Electric
Post by: GravityAntiGravity on November 08, 2021, 12:13:33 AM
The GAGA 3 motor was designed on paper first using mathematical and physics formulas.  So the build follows the math and the electrical measuring instruments are confirmation that the math was correct.  The math is presented in the White Paper submitted to ResearchGate.com  under the author name Gerald Rowley, Improving the Mechanical Advantage of Simple Mechanical...

The build is 100% complete however, there is some room for performance improvement.  I will present a new video in the near future showing the operation of the GAGA 3 motor.  it still operates using the same methodologies found in the GAGA 1 and GAGA 2 models shown in early YouTube videos.  The GAGA 3 is much faster, produces more power, and is more compact using 5 blades instead of 3 blades. At this point in time it is 21% more efficient than the GAGA 2 Model.
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: GravityAntiGravity on November 08, 2021, 12:36:47 AM
Additional Photo of GAGA 3,

Side view

Designed by Physics,  Accelerated Angular Motion creates work and captured into power
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: sm0ky2 on November 08, 2021, 01:42:04 AM
When looking at the math, there is a difference between the two forces.


Over time, this results in a net difference in work. Up vs down


Across a single cycle, this is not noticeable until you reach
very tall heights or very heavy masses


But cycle per cycle over time, there IS a difference.
what % of this we can harness depends on field orientation
and transitional regions, magnetic strength, etc.



Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: lota on November 08, 2021, 08:05:17 AM

Hello
I think it's not that difficult to build. Is it better horizonta rotation or vertical?
Greeting
Lota
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: sm0ky2 on November 08, 2021, 12:14:31 PM
The actuation (part where energy is generated), could be rotary or linear
this is more of a choice or convenience
Although rotary does make sense, from a power generation standpoint






the drive force comes from the difference between magnetic lift
and gravitational ‘drop’
This takes place in the vertical domain. Magnets repelling upwards,
Gravity taking it back down and converting the gained potential energy
into kinetic energy


I have made attempts to swap out the permanent magnets for electromagnets
So far, the electric losses are greater than the gravitational gains.
(vertical solenoid type actuators)


With permanent magnets, there are just a few main aspects you need to worry about


1) the magnetic strength must be enough to lift the rotor
2) the arrangement must be such that you have a difference in magnetic field at both
the entrance (when the rotor enters the field) and the repulsion point.
basically you need less resistance entering the field than you get in repulsive force once inside it.


The latter being controlled by distance, angle of approach, or even choice of magnets
(ceramic ferrites have interesting applications in this area)
Shielding and field diversion techniques have also been employed to achieve this



Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: lota on November 08, 2021, 03:22:25 PM

Hello
I think I will mount the ramp on tooth frames. Or a double ramp on linear bearings. The profit can be increased by reducing friction.
Greeting
Lota
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: kajunbee on November 09, 2021, 09:38:24 AM
In your baseline test did you lift the weight with the turntable shut off. Or was the weight disconnected entirely. The bodine motor turning the generator with weight disconnected should be your baseline I would think.
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: GravityAntiGravity on November 11, 2021, 12:19:35 AM
Smoky2 has wrapped his mind around the principles. There is enough information with pictures and white papers that equations can be formulated to prove the math.
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: GravityAntiGravity on November 11, 2021, 12:27:08 AM
For the question how was the baseline derived.  There is clutch assembly that engages the GAGA 3 engine with the bodine motor and generator.  The baseline was conducted with the clutch assembly disengaged.  Baselines were also completed with the drive shaft completely disconnected.
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: lota on November 11, 2021, 07:32:15 AM

Hello
how much and how big are the magnets. Could it also be built horizontally with springs?
Greeting
Lota
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: GravityAntiGravity on November 12, 2021, 02:07:00 PM
YouTube shows GAGA 1 and GAGA 2 with horizontal plane mounts.  GAGA 3 is a vertical mount setup.
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: sm0ky2 on November 12, 2021, 10:52:43 PM
The principals are basically the same as in the Archer Quinn device
(which is 1 of 3 gravity assist machines i have seen working)

the difference being the use of Archimedean leverage in the latter.


We did the math on the gravity vs magnetism i believe in the early parts
of the Roll on June 20th thread.


I don’t see why this shouldn’t be possible in the arrangement presented here
except by friction of the mechanisms, or disproportional torque values, etc.
Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: sm0ky2 on November 13, 2021, 12:15:09 AM
Hello
I think it's not that difficult to build. Is it better horizonta rotation or vertical?
Greeting
Lota


“Better”, i assume to mean more beneficial
(please correct me if im wrong)


If you were to choose a horizontal representation, you must look at this
in 2 dimensions.


One being the dimension of magnetic repulsion
the ‘drive mechanism’ activated by magnetic force


the second dimension is, again, the vertical
you see, magnetic fields are spherical.
If you utilize the vertical dimensions of the field
to do the “lifting”, while conversely using the gravity
to do the ‘pushing’ in the magnetic frame of reference


The gravitational gains can be recognized in a plane
different from the vertical.


This is where leverage comes into play









Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: lota on November 13, 2021, 07:57:41 AM

Hello
I did a setup. But it still takes time. With 20mm magnets it will not work. I think 30mm is better I have 70mm stroke and 50Kg flywheel mass.
Is with Translator. Sorry
Greeting
Lota

Title: Re: Would like to Submit a PDF with regards to a Gravity Assisted Device
Post by: GravityAntiGravity on November 17, 2021, 11:46:18 PM
I would lower the flywheel mass until you get your blade balancing the weight of the lifting rod magnets mass.