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Author Topic: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??  (Read 4629 times)

Offline cameron sydenham

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just wondering what the thoughts were on this statement.
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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2008, 05:29:45 PM »
just wondering what the thoughts were on this statement.
cam

If there is no energy being added from any other source, assisting the motor in producing the said horsepower, then yes, you have overunity.

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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2008, 10:57:36 PM »
I'd be kinda sceptical of how the horsepower is demonstrated.  I have a vacuum cleaner that says it is 5 hp and only draws 9 amps. hmmmm, thats only 1080 watts for 5 hp. pretty sure it can't possibly do that!!!! 

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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
« Reply #3 on: June 05, 2008, 03:46:24 PM »
just wondering what the thoughts were on this statement.
cam

Is this the device you are talking about?

http://www.google.com/patents?id=s5AIAAAAEBAJ&dq=6239524

I got it from what looks like your company website:

http://www.centorque.com/

You claim to have a fuelless motor, right?

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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
« Reply #4 on: June 05, 2008, 04:41:15 PM »
fuelless is a difficult answer, it does need electricity to run, it alone does not produce any electricity.

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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
« Reply #5 on: June 05, 2008, 05:05:27 PM »
fuelless is a difficult answer, it does need electricity to run, it alone does not produce any electricity.

I am confused.  Based on the literature from your website, the motor produces electricity.  So if the motor produces electricity, why does it need electricity to run?  That doesn't make any sense.  The device would be useless, unless it can produce more electricity than it takes in, and you have said before that is not the case - it is not a self-running perpetual motion machine.  So what is the point of the device?

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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
« Reply #6 on: June 05, 2008, 05:51:41 PM »
Atlas, i appreciate your interest/concern/skepticism in that motor concept, I was only trying to get a clearer answer to my question, with my limited understanding on the vocabulary and the concepts that are used on this site, i was unclear as to what the thoughts were to that question.
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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
« Reply #7 on: June 05, 2008, 08:41:32 PM »
Atlas, i appreciate your interest/concern/skepticism in that motor concept, I was only trying to get a clearer answer to my question, with my limited understanding on the vocabulary and the concepts that are used on this site, i was unclear as to what the thoughts were to that question.
Cam.


Cameron

I  have not had time to  read   all the information about your  device .

I did  give it a quick once  over .

It looks to me  that you have several motors  and the motors themselves  are set up  kind of  like   a set of flywheels . 

Something    you might want to look at   is

http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,2487.1000.html

The   posts  I am referring to   are the last 5 or 6 posts ..............starting  with  reply 1032
This  thread   is about  a device  using  flywheels .   In general   most people here  have  decided it is a fraud ........but am  not so sure .     There are unrelated  reportings of  OU effects from  belts bouncing  .

If  you have access  to  one of these machines  it might  be interesting  to  play with the belts a little


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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
« Reply #8 on: June 05, 2008, 10:06:40 PM »
The answer to the question is YES. If you can generate 1hp with LESS than 746 Watts you have overunity.

Hans von Lieven

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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
« Reply #9 on: June 05, 2008, 10:33:00 PM »
@ resonance. as far as that motor style, we have built many, and is one of the patents the inventor has. We have also designed a belt that works in a centrifugal invironment and more importantly a bearring that works in a cintrifugal invironment. the bearring also has a 24%-27% increase in efficency. the unique thing about this motor design is that it has a linear progressing of output power to input. increase input by x% and output rpm increases by same %. ( never able to get ou though) we have taken it one amazing step further and have figured out how to use Cf.

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Re: is a motor that uses less than 746 watts to produce 1 hp overunity??
« Reply #10 on: June 05, 2008, 10:33:50 PM »
@ resonance. as far as that motor style, we have built many, and is one of the patents the inventor has. We have also designed a belt that works in a centrifugal invironment and more importantly a bearring that works in a cintrifugal invironment. the bearring also has a 24%-27% increase in efficency. the unique thing about this motor design is that it has a linear progressing of output power to input. increase input by x% and output rpm increases by same %. ( never able to get ou though) we have taken it one amazing step further and have figured out how to use Cf.

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