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Author Topic: New accelerating gravity wheel ! Converted video from www.newenergymachine.com !  (Read 582564 times)

Offline Pirate88179

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No Subject..........
« Reply #420 on: September 03, 2008, 08:38:35 PM »
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Offline 4Tesla

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Best Regards to Omnibus From R.Kowacha, I am a bulgarian too I and  my friend Teslov wery hard  saw Your works  about OC MPMM and  replication of german magnet mashine. mashine  these links:
1 http://biogenesislab.blogspot.com/2008/06/peter-davey-sonic-resonance-boiler.html
2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q5ahV_SN-M
3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PXCWIRKJTk&NR=1
I thik all these are some resonants devises


Again.. please start a new thread on this sonic/resonance boiler.  This thread is for discussion of Bob's gravity wheel.

Can you read this (English)?  That might be part of the problem.

Thanks,
Jason

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@ tzaelinsfriendRacho:

Имате публикува тази информация в грешна тема. Вие трябва да направите свои собствени Нова тема и не се използва друг да показват разкритията си. Тази тема е около тежестта колело изобретение на Боб. Моля направете нова тема за звукови резонанс.

Lets hope google translate gets through him :p.

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Re: New accelerating gravity wheel ! I understand!!
« Reply #423 on: September 03, 2008, 11:11:58 PM »
Sometimes you just miss something simple ::), and that may be the same with the solution to the gravity wheel and Bobs device as well.

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Sometimes you just miss something simple ::), and that may be the same with the solution to the gravity wheel and Bobs device as well.

Okay, AB, please let us know the secret as times for games are over. I have put up with hurricanes my entire life. I have never seen them last so long after they get on shore. When I was younger, if a hurricane was coming, we would travel to our relatives in another part of the state, stay a day while the hurricane passes, then the next day we would head back to home with no weather problems. Now, it takes at least several days for the system to stop its relentless beating on the entire area. I'm sure even in northern La. you felt the effects of Gustav.

Regards, Larry     

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Greetings Larry

 Bobs secret is simple but it is complicated for a single slide. You are going to have to have cross slides similar to the video of the wheel I sent you (one on each side). One will have to work off the other for an air unit. With a single slide it has to use a stepping system (to build up to give a central lift). As the weight pushes out and the mass of the weight becomes the factor. The pressure of the one pushes the other one to the up and hopefully just past the center in a cross form and stored for the single slide to released at the best moment. Bessler said along time ago, that the weights work in pairs. Another way to say one has to work off the other. Hopefully I can get some clear time shortly and we can get together and get this thing built (if you want the help). I will start on the air transfer system to develop the best use of what we can get out of each movement. A simple straight push pull will not be enough or they will still cancel each other out.

I'll give you a call later this week.

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Greetings Larry

 Bobs secret is simple but it is complicated for a single slide. You are going to have to have cross slides similar to the video of the wheel I sent you (one on each side). One will have to work off the other for an air unit. With a single slide it has to use a stepping system (to build up to give a central lift). As the weight pushes out and the mass of the weight becomes the factor. The pressure of the one pushes the other one to the up and hopefully just past the center in a cross form and stored for the single slide to released at the best moment. Bessler said along time ago, that the weights work in pairs. Another way to say one has to work off the other. Hopefully I can get some clear time shortly and we can get together and get this thing built (if you want the help). I will start on the air transfer system to develop the best use of what we can get out of each movement. A simple straight push pull will not be enough or they will still cancel each other out.

I'll give you a call later this week.

Thanks, AB

Got it. Your machine would be much easier to modify for air than mind, so I'll continue with my current design and modify as required. Hopefully someone will make a breakthru.

Regards, Larry

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Here's my latest thinking on Bob's machine including how I believe the air cylinder might be configured. I'm throwing this out here so we can brainstorm any possible changes or obvious things I might have missed or possibly a better way to do it.

Regards,
Charlie

[edit] The center text is poorly worded. It should read "...lift it 8"-9" just past the center point".
« Last Edit: September 04, 2008, 06:57:32 PM by noonespecial »

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Here's my latest thinking on Bob's machine including how I believe the air cylinder might be configured. I'm throwing this out here so we can brainstorm any possible changes or obvious things I might have missed or possibly a better way to do it.


Hi Charlie,

Sorry about taking so long to respond, but been having problems with site everytime I get on.

Anyway, very interesting design! You are certainly creative.

Confused about the 'pressure is captured and release to the bottom air cylinder' statement. Wouldn't the top air cylinder be at the bottom at the next half-cycle?

Also, I think there would be an issue with the 2.5" part of the lever, having to much force pulling to the side toward full capture. Had a similar problem with my first design.

Regards, Larry


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Hi Charlie,

Sorry about taking so long to respond, but been having problems with site everytime I get on.

Anyway, very interesting design! You are certainly creative.

Confused about the 'pressure is captured and release to the bottom air cylinder' statement. Wouldn't the top air cylinder be at the bottom at the next half-cycle?

Also, I think there would be an issue with the 2.5" part of the lever, having to much force pulling to the side toward full capture. Had a similar problem with my first design.

Regards, Larry



Hi Larry,

OK...now that the site is back up.....:)

Sorry for the confusion. My drawing only shows a partial rotation from 5:00 to 6:00 to show the effect of the air cylinder. You are correct that the top cylinder in my drawing would then become the bottom cylinder to receive the pressure during the next half cycle. But then, the other cylinder would be at the top and become compressed when the weights are flung upward...etc. BTW, when I was researching pneumatic stuff on the net I came across a device called a pressure booster. Apparently it is able to apply 2 pounds of output force for every pound of input. Just thought that was interesting.
 
Regarding the side pressure on the lever, as usual :) you are correct here also! I wanted to try and draw the 10" portion of the lever as an arc that would always be at 90 degrees to the roller bearing but MS Word is limited in its drawing tools. I really got to break down and get me some new programs.....:)

Still looking forward to seeing your design!
Best regards,
Charlie

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Hi Charlie,

Your design looks promising!  I can't remember if I asked this or not.. What are you using for your drawings?

Thanks,
Jason

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Hi Jason,
Thanks! This is just 'thinking out loud' about Bob's design. I could be way off but until we are able to engage Mr. Kostoff in more conversation, we can only guess at how he is doing it. This is just my 'best guess'.
Regarding the drawing, as I mentioned in my last response, I'm actually using MS Word. Not really the program of choice for drawing pictures but its not bad. It does have its limitations though. Then I convert it to a jpg and post. If you have any other questions, please let me know.
Best regards,
Charlie

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I finally received a response from Bob. Sounds like he is moving forward so that's great news.......

> Hi,
> Your website says that your new machine will be completed in early September. I was wondering when you will be adding the update?
> Thanks so much,
> Charlie
>
I'm am presently having one built in Canada and I am traveling to the US to maybe make a deal as well for construction there at
a plant that is geared for what I need. The new unit will be upgradeable from 1000 to 3000 lb. of torque. Like the Windmill, it has
a slow rpm. The only real drawback is the more energy it can put out, the heavier the machine has to be to support the weight.

Thanks for your interest.......Bob

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Hi Jason,
Thanks! This is just 'thinking out loud' about Bob's design. I could be way off but until we are able to engage Mr. Kostoff in more conversation, we can only guess at how he is doing it. This is just my 'best guess'.
Regarding the drawing, as I mentioned in my last response, I'm actually using MS Word. Not really the program of choice for drawing pictures but its not bad. It does have its limitations though. Then I convert it to a jpg and post. If you have any other questions, please let me know.
Best regards,
Charlie

I can't believe I missed that.. thanks!

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I finally received a response from Bob. Sounds like he is moving forward so that's great news.......

> Hi,
> Your website says that your new machine will be completed in early September. I was wondering when you will be adding the update?
> Thanks so much,
> Charlie
>
I'm am presently having one built in Canada and I am traveling to the US to maybe make a deal as well for construction there at
a plant that is geared for what I need. The new unit will be upgradeable from 1000 to 3000 lb. of torque. Like the Windmill, it has
a slow rpm. The only real drawback is the more energy it can put out, the heavier the machine has to be to support the weight.

Thanks for your interest.......Bob

Would he be willing to share detailed drawings of his wheels or give a patent number?

Jason