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Author Topic: The Upright Weights  (Read 3106 times)

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The Upright Weights
« on: March 08, 2012, 07:00:21 PM »
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                                       THE UPRIGHT WEIGHTS
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The object of this design, is to make the right-hand side of this wheel, overbalance the left-hand side.
I'm pretty sure that it can be done the way I'm about to describe.   If identical 'weights' (10kgs?), are
used in the following fashion, then it will work.  The dimentions, AND the description(s), of both wheels,
come first.   The top-wheel, actualy consists of TWO wheels ----------------- one wheel, twice the diameter
of the other.   The same for the bottom-wheel.   Both these wheels, are connected together, by a pair of
chains.   These chains, are taut on one side, and slack on the other.   Outside chain; taut on the right,
and slack, on its left.  These are continuous chains.   The taut, and slack sections, of this chain, are
kept that way, because the 'middle'chain is taut, and slack too ----------- but, the other way around.
Taut, on the left, and slack on the right.   The taut parts of the chain, compensate each other!
Let's now talk about the bottom-wheel.    If the weight of the bottom-wheel, is 3kgs, then the taut section
of chain (left-hand taut), will take 2/3rds of its weight, because of its position ON the bottom-wheel, and
the right-hand taut chain, will take the other 1/3rd.   This means, a force of 2kgs is delivered to the 9
O'clock position of the small top-wheel, and 1kg is delivered to the 3 O'clock position of the large top-wheel.
These forces balance, because the 1kg force, is twice the distance from the hub, as the 2kg force is.
Now comes the master-stroke. If a force, of say, 20kgs is placed EXACTLY between the the two taut sections
of chain ------------ each chain will deliver 10kgs to the same points on the top-wheel.
Let me make it clear, the extra 20kgs is NOT added to the weight of the bottom-wheel ------------- if it were,
it would be the same as adding this weight, to the hub of the bottom-wheel, where it WOULD be dived by, 2/3rds,
and 1/3rd. The 20kg weight, is equaly dived by the chains, and makes the total weights on the top-wheel as
12kgs, 9 O'clock, small top-wheel, and 11kgs, 3 O'clock, large top-wheel.   It easily overbalances.
If we use 'tension' instead of 'real' weights, this device could be used in a non-gravity environment, space?
In space, of course, the bottom-wheel would weigh nothing, but, the tension  that has been created, also weighs
nothing, and NEVER DID!   But it still creates tension, to whatever you desire, and would therefore, still work
in space!
CAN this design work?    CAN this design be MADE to work?


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The Upright Weights
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