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Author Topic: two wheels on one, always overbalanced?  (Read 3534 times)

Offline mr_bojangles

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two wheels on one, always overbalanced?
« on: January 06, 2010, 09:37:24 PM »
thought this one up, finally drew it out, let me know what you think

basically the wheels are on an axle with a slip, the red bars are the same weight, as well ass the grey bars on the bottom

this keeps the wheels always "upright", meaning the position of the red bars on the wheel will stay relative to the event horizon, the counterweight maintains this

if we hung a wheel by itself with the current red and grey weight set up, the counterweight will not be enough for it to move at all, which means that while it "overbalanced" it actually is stationary, however if we put two of these on a wheel, they will offset the weight with distance

let me know what you think

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Offline Lilhawk

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Re: two wheels on one, always overbalanced?
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2010, 10:29:24 AM »
does not matter where you put your off balance weights on the green wheels,  the weight will not change at the blue points. If you locked the green the wheels at the blue points you would get a slight rotation until it tried to move the grey weights higher than your off balance weights

Offline mr_bojangles

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Re: two wheels on one, always overbalanced?
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2010, 01:46:28 AM »
yes, the blue axle would need to be locked at specific points, possibly four


heres a better explanation with a new drawing


this time the counterweight is inside the "inner wheels"

1. inner wheels locked, main wheel rotates
2. main wheel locked, inner wheels unlocked
3. lock inner wheel, unlock main wheel
4. lock main wheel, allow inner wheels to reset to starting position



the main issue i see is step three, if step three works then i think the rest of it would

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Re: two wheels on one, always overbalanced?
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2010, 01:46:28 AM »
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Offline mr_bojangles

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Re: two wheels on one, always overbalanced?
« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2010, 01:47:03 AM »
oops, heres the pic

 

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