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Author Topic: The Theory of Over-Unity and Flight...  (Read 4475 times)

Offline javanwyk2012

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The Theory of Over-Unity and Flight...
« on: December 19, 2007, 11:53:46 AM »
Hi all,

I have written a document that demonstrates simply and conclusively how the laws of motion can be applied to reclaim greater impulse from lesser impulse.

As you may know, current science advocates that the conservation of momentum proves that over-unity cannot exist by demonstrating how this law holds during a single elastic collision. Over-unity, however, is demonstrated by utilising the absolute result of a series of successive elastic collisions in order to reclaim greater impulse from lesser impulse. The following illustration demonstrates:

(http://blogspace.mweb.co.za/Portals/_javanwyk2012/images/default/Chapter%201%20-%20Building-Up%20of%20Momentum%20-%20Web%20Demo.gif)

In the above demonstration all objects are initially at rest and have excellent elastic properties. We supply the small object with an initial impulse (change in momentum) of 225N-s. It collides elastically with the medium object, and imparts an impulse of 375N-s to the medium object. The medium object then imparts an impulse of 500N-s to the large object. That is over-unity: a build-up of momentum, reclaiming 500N-s from an initial 225N-s. And this can go on and on to larger and larger objects. You will notice I have deliberately chosen to omit the equal and opposite reactions of the smaller objects after each collision, since this seems to be the fact mainstream science gets hung up on. The fact that total momentum is conserved during each elastic collision, and that the smaller objects move in the opposite direction after each collision, does not stop us from reclaiming the greater individual momentum imparted to the larger object by the elastic collision.

This very phenomenon is used in the Pelton wheel.

The document also proposes that this same effect is what actually causes lift during flight. That is, something that is heavier than air can only travel on air by over-unity.

The pdf can be downloaded from my blog:

http://blogspace.mweb.co.za/site/alias__javanwyk2012/0/Default.aspx


Jacques
« Last Edit: December 19, 2007, 02:07:44 PM by javanwyk2012 »

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Offline javanwyk2012

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Re: The Theory of Over-Unity and Flight...
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2008, 03:46:15 PM »
Look at the following explanation of an elastic collision I found on the net:

(http://blogspace.mweb.co.za/Portals/_javanwyk2012/images/default/ElasticCollision.jpg)

The above perfectly describes my point. Look at the momentum of the small object before the collision. Now look at the momentum of the large object after the collision, and you will see that the large object's momentum is nearly double what the small object's momentum was before the collision.

What I'm saying is it doesn't matter that total momentum was conserved during the elastic collision (that is, the smaller object is now moving in the opposite direction). The fact is, the larger object on it's own now has nearly double the momentum the smaller object had before the collision.

In the document I wrote, I explain a simple method of exploiting this "interesting" phenomenon of momentum conservation, by placing another large object on the other side of the small object, and then "reclaiming" the impulses (or momentums) imparted to the large objects by the small object after each elastic collision.


The theory is very very simple. If you look too hard, you'll miss it ;)

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Re: The Theory of Over-Unity and Flight...
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2008, 03:29:14 PM »
Here is an animation of a very simple mechanical application of my theory of over-unity. Here's what happens:

1) The small object is dropped from a certain height.
2) The mechanism stores the impulse from each "bounce" the small object makes against the large object through the inelastic string.
3) The stored up impulse is used the lift the small object back up.
4) The mechanism ends up in its original state, except for one teensy little difference: The small object ends up significantly higher than the point from which it was dropped...

(http://blogspace.mweb.co.za/Portals/_javanwyk2012/images/default/oudemo1.gif)

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Re: The Theory of Over-Unity and Flight...
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2008, 03:29:14 PM »
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