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Author Topic: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor  (Read 22345 times)

Offline sypherios

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #15 on: March 03, 2006, 08:15:58 PM »
I do not see this as any sort of ou machine let alon anfe machine. Buddy next time post a vid.

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #16 on: April 27, 2006, 07:53:30 AM »
Hi All,
I am releasing my 9th and 10th Drawings.
Snpssaini

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #17 on: April 27, 2006, 08:00:44 AM »
9th Drawing...........

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #18 on: April 27, 2006, 08:02:30 AM »
10th Drawing.............

Offline FreeEnergy

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #19 on: April 27, 2006, 08:11:19 AM »
9th and 10th drawing still don't explaine much.
please give us more details...

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #20 on: April 27, 2006, 02:40:13 PM »
Inner mechanism of machine

Here I make only one rectangular shape but in machine it will 8 to 12 or more. It depends on size of the machine.

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #21 on: April 27, 2006, 02:51:07 PM »
Here one rectangle react as 10 kg near the centre of the wheel (4" to 6") when it goes away from the centre of the wheel it react 15 to 20 time or more, depends on the distance of the centre of the wheel. All weights swings independently , with the thrust of only one weight and second weight will give the power to the wheel.

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #22 on: April 27, 2006, 08:54:17 PM »
anyone else following this?

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #23 on: April 27, 2006, 10:00:28 PM »
Yep trying to  ::)

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #24 on: April 27, 2006, 10:47:57 PM »
snpssaini build another one (since you said you had working prototype and destroed it!) and post videos.


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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #25 on: April 28, 2006, 01:51:37 AM »

Interesting, I want to know more .

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #26 on: April 28, 2006, 08:44:09 AM »
Side view of the wheel.

If you arrange the route of weights near the centre of the wheel, then only, it swings. Like red arm.
Other arm's route will not give sufficient thrust to the wheel . So it will not move.

Snpssaini

( I have posted same material in Bessler wheel forum )

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #27 on: April 29, 2006, 04:52:00 AM »
Hi SNPSSAINI,

is  pmm9a.JPG another view of circles.JPG ?
I completely don?t understand it, but maybe I am too stupid.
Please explain more, so we can follow your ideas.
Many thanks.
Regards, Stefan.

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #28 on: April 29, 2006, 06:26:01 AM »
Hi Stefan,
This is my fault. Sorry for this.

Circles.jpg is a mediam through i can express myself, how arms rotate and by whcih route they come to the centre and then go back to the edge of the circle.

The red arm is workable, and the red circle is the route of red arm. we can use 8-12 arms or more ( depends on the design )
this route is close to the centre so when the coming wieght comes it puts the least weight on the wheel's spokes. and when it goes away from the centre then the wieght will react as 15-20 times ( Depends on the distance of spokes).

Blue and green arms cannot move the wheel. And the colurs of the circles is the route of these arms.


 It means when we use 8-12 arms blue or green on thier route, they will not rotate the wheel bcoz then they will react 8-10 times or 5-6 times when they go away from the centre.

Thanks,

Snpssaini

Offline Koen1

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Re: New gravity wheel from Indian inventor
« Reply #29 on: April 29, 2006, 04:56:30 PM »
Well, although it seems you've put quite some work into it,
I must say I don't understand what you're trying to do...

It seems like you're trying to use the off-center rotating mass principle
to induce motion in a gravity-powered configuration, but there's
a lot of unclear info and some that seems contradictory...
As Stefan pointed out, it seems your wheel design is nearly completely
symmetrical, which will cause it not to rotate because it is in balance...
Then, with your latest pics added, it still is not clear...
What are those little blocks on the end of the spokes? Are they magnets?
And why are they there? What causes the spokes to be unevenly divided?
What kind of cog-wheels and gears are used?
And if you did indeed build a working prototype, how fast did it spin
approximately, in which direction? Did it also spin when you attached a
working load?

Interesting concept, but it would help if you could give a clear description
of the parts and processes involved...

That said, DO NOT let any comments keep you from experimenting with
this design!
I have posted a gravity wheel design of my own in these forums, and
mostly got negative or dismissive replies from people who clearly did not
understand how I envision the thing to work, and sometimes even
'proved' why it wouldn't work based on flawed reasoning. ;-)
Although I don't understand your design yet, it is probably just
because I have not heard your explanation of it in detail.
You claim to have built a functioning prototype, and assuming this is
truth and not bragging, I would advise you to do one of two things:
Either you 1) Patent it, which is going to take a very long time, quite
some money, a lot of work and effort, and may then even be dismissed
after years of trying because patent offices are very reluctant to grant
patents on over-unity devices because it is impossible accoring to
physics textbooks. Then you can either sell licences for production,
or set up production yourself, and finally, after all this you might be able
to market this device somewhere between 10 and 30 years from now.
Or you 2) Develop a few different versions of the device, build a number
of working devices, use them to power your own home and perhaps
other appliances (and your family and friends' homes), document the
design, construction and (long-term) use (incl. measurements) fully
and extensively, and then PUBLISH IT ALL IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN,
with a copyright tag under your name. That way, you can develop
and use the technology, and people will have to ask for your permission
(or even pay you commission) to use any of your designs or descriptions,
but it will be free for anyone to use and build.

Advantage of 1) is that you get paid for any commercial application
of your design, although private persons may still build a version according
to your patents for free, as long as they use it for private use only. But
companies have to pay you for production rights.
Disadvantage of 1) is that it'll take a long time, quite some money, a lot of
effort, and then you still have to try and sell the technology to someone.
(many patents are never used because companies are not extremely anxious
to buy patent rights for new inventions, no matter how efficient they are)
And it will probably become monopolized by some large multinational, who
sells the devices for ludicrous amounts of money. And the knowledge remains secret
untill the patent is given, which means we, the independant researchers,
don't get to work with nor on the technology.
Advantage of 2) is that you don't really have to invest large amounts of money
in the patenting process, you don't have to wait for the patent application
to go through the entire paperwork machine, you do get the knowledge
and designs out there, people can build them and mankind will benefit,
and you will still be known as the person who brought this design to the world.
Disadvantage of 2) is that any public domain knowledge may, if not considered
common knowldge, be partly patented by companies, and any such info
may be used directly in production. So others would be able to mass-produce
these devices under their own brand name. However, since anyone could
produce them, it would probably result in a low priced competitive product,
just like common batteries or pocket radios, which would be beneficial to
the greater public. Better to have 10 companies produce the same very cheap
free energy generator than to have one company produce them very expensively.
Of course, in this way, you would not get your financial returns the way you
would if you'd go for the patent, so you'd have to get involved in low-cost
production of such units quickly, as well as aim for the copyright-related
commissions from magazines that print articles involving your design.
Still, in my opinion, way 2) is the best to get technology through on
a large scale and without too much hassle, if you don't mind missing out
on potential patent revenues.

Regards,
Koen

 

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