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Author Topic: Gravity aided Water Lifter  (Read 4644 times)

Offline poplianil

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Gravity aided Water Lifter
« on: September 30, 2007, 10:17:59 AM »
I have studied in detail the Finsrud and Serbian Pendulum device. Also the impact on Equilibrium of forces on the moving pendulums. I have detailed a device based on pendulum without causing harmonics I feel can do a better job of controlled weight lifting like lifting water or a crane. The drawing is self explanatory for an average Engineer.

Here I cannot make a proto but I am sure this provides far beyond the given input.

Anyone willing to make a proto ????


Offline RebeLLz

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Re: Gravity aided Water Lifter
« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2007, 10:30:42 AM »
« Last Edit: September 30, 2007, 11:12:13 AM by RebeLLz »

Offline klamathpro

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Re: Gravity aided Water Lifter
« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2007, 06:27:36 AM »

Interesting device.  Though it does appear to me that the amount of energy needed to exert a force on the pendulum would be more than provided out.  Perhaps a Newman Machine could provide the gap needed, since the Newman?s is very efficient in converting electrical energy to kinetic energy.  I?d be curious to see a if a 450lb. rotor could easily accomplish what is needed to keep that pendulum moving to provide enough current on those electric pumps to feed back into the battery the Newman machine runs off.

Mark my words... I do feel an overunity device will be accomplished by combining the two or more great devices together. Where one machine is lacking, another can fill. This pendulum device for example, is lacking a way to effectively keep the kinetic energy going. It's seems to amplify in the sense that the kinetic energy needed to MAINTAIN the action could be less than the potential electrical output that could be converted back to mechanical energy.  But if you hooked up a conventional motor or magnetic solenoid to the output current of that device, it would never be able to keep the pendulum going.  But a Newman machine would probably have the mechanical kinetic energy to do it.

Or what if a Bedini device maintained the battery powering the Newman machine, while the Newman machine maintained the primary battery powering the Bedini device.  Since Bedini secondary (charged) batteries can't be used as Primary (source) batteries, could one compliment the other? Only time and experiments will tell.

Just my rants.