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Title: Real Free Energy - Sound To Electricity - Here You Go.
Post by: 0ne on February 20, 2009, 05:55:09 AM
Here is my idea of free energy, which, will work no doubt...

I was watching the News a while ago and they did this interview of a guy who was searching for the worlds most quiet place. He had this special type of dB meter and was traveling all over the place to find the most quiet spot in the world.

He found out that no matter where he went, there was always this really high frequency ringing sound.

So I started thinking about converting that sound to electricity, and obviously a "microphone" was the first thing I thought about. Mainly "dynamic microphones", which use a magnet and a coil, just like electrical generators.

I was thinking about using a large array of microphones, and some how storing all the energy they create into a battery.

However, I was also thinking about tuning forks. When two similar tuning forks are near each other, and one is vibrating making sound, the other tuning fork will start to vibrate as well.

So I was thinking about creating a microphone that resonates with that high pitch sound that is found all over the globe. So it is tuned to only pick up that frequency. Or an array of microphones that each are tuned to different frequencies, or the same frequency, or just not tuned....

I have a lot of idea's but no funds to experiment really, has anyone read about, or thought about this before? I'm sure someone has.

I know there is an unlimited amount of noise energy, because all things vibrate and make sound, and it could be a very valuable source of free energy. We could "recycle" noise energy from places like sports stadiums, ocean waves crashing, vehicle highways, flying jets and airports, you could put these arrays of microphones anywhere and let electricity trickle into batteries and capacitors.

Well I guess this is my entry to the prize, sorry I don't have a working device, but I'm sure someone can get a working device.

Hope this could help the world.
Title: Re: Real Free Energy - Sound To Electricity - Here You Go.
Post by: 0ne on February 20, 2009, 06:09:41 AM
I was thinking about "feedback" from a microphone. "Feedback" is when you use a microphone to close to a speaker that is playing the sounds from the microphone. What happens is, sound from the speaker vibrates the microphone, and that sends a signal back to the speaker and an infinite loops happens. Microphone, to speaker, to air, to microphone, to speaker, to air, etc..  That's when you hear a high frequency ringing sound.

A speaker is basically a horrible microphone, it too has a magnet and a coil, and if you vibrate the speaker cone, it will create electricity, just like a microphone..

So wouldn't a "feedback loop" be perpetual motion??

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This post belongs more in Half Baked Ideas (because of obvious limitations), but the first post is something to think about..
Title: Re: Real Free Energy - Sound To Electricity - Here You Go.
Post by: taterman on February 20, 2009, 06:58:56 AM
Sounds like a good idea (no pun intended), but microphones and speakers require electricity to power the amplifier that makes them react with each other. So I'm not sure if the feedback would generate more power than was required to drive the system in the first place. If it would, then you would have...overunity! Keep tossin this around and maybe the electronics wizards out there will be able to come up with something. Good Luck, taterman

Title: Re: Real Free Energy - Sound To Electricity - Here You Go.
Post by: hartiberlin on February 20, 2009, 07:10:03 AM
Hi,
if you use a radioactive diode doped "passive amplifier" you can maybe achieve this.

Study the Morray units, he also used radioactive doped diodes to excite radioactive decay
stimulated by Radio frequency burst signals.


Well, but back to your sound idea.

In my last vaccation I had the idea to use grashoppers which are making a terrible
zirping noise all the time also during night and daytime to
build an high Q  LC oscillator tuned to their zirping noise to extract a few milliwatts
of power and use that to recharge batteries.

The problem is, who is going to accept that zirping noise all the time in their flats to just recharge their
batteries ??? ;D
Title: Re: Real Free Energy - Sound To Electricity - Here You Go.
Post by: AbbaRue on February 20, 2009, 09:02:31 AM
The most efficient way of converting sound into electricity would be to use piezoelectric crystals.
You can buy piezoelectric buzzers for very cheap, and just like they turn electricity into a beeping sound,
so likewise if you send a sound into them they convert sound back into electricity.
Every buzzer has a frequency it beeps at so if a company built beepers for this frequency you speak of,
they would resonate with it and produce electricity.

Interesting idea! 
 
Title: Re: Real Free Energy - Sound To Electricity - Here You Go.
Post by: TechStuf on February 20, 2009, 09:04:25 AM

Sonic transduction is brought to us in many forms....the hydrosonic pump, for instance, employs ultrasonic frequencies to effectively heat water at great efficiency.  Constant wind at modest velocity can be transduced quite efficiently.

http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/industry/4224763.html?series=37


TS
Title: Re: Real Free Energy - Sound To Electricity - Here You Go.
Post by: 0ne on February 20, 2009, 09:29:33 AM
The entire Earth and every single element on it, is vibrating like a tuning fork.

http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/1600/tuningforksht8.jpg

You can tune to the Earth.
Title: Re: Real Free Energy - Sound To Electricity - Here You Go.
Post by: sparks on February 20, 2009, 03:58:51 PM
@One

   And the frequency is?
Title: Re: Real Free Energy - Sound To Electricity - Here You Go.
Post by: Paul-R on February 20, 2009, 04:03:13 PM
@One

   And the frequency is?
The Schumann frequency, isn't it? About 7.8 hertz. maybe octaves
Title: Re: Real Free Energy - Sound To Electricity - Here You Go.
Post by: TechStuf on February 20, 2009, 08:03:27 PM

My frequency varies widely, from chili to popcorn....


Yuk Yuk.


I should get a HAM license.


TS