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Gravity powered devices => Gravity powered devices => Topic started by: iacob alex on February 22, 2010, 07:26:26 PM

Title: Dumbbels on incline...
Post by: iacob alex on February 22, 2010, 07:26:26 PM

... ...may be,a simple puzzle question.

    So,we have an inclined plane and a dumbbells (see weightlifting sport...).

    It can roll down,freely,on an inclined plane ,between two gravitational levels,one way or another :

      -rolling on the weight disks (plates ).

      -rolling on the connecting rod (handle).

      -....rolling on an ever increasing thin ("slim" ) handle,until a simple straight line.

    Now,it seems that,the rotational inertia is different...namely,ceaseless increasing ?!   


          All the best! / Alex
Title: Re: Dumbbels on incline...
Post by: Grimer on August 13, 2019, 04:03:58 AM
... ...may be,a simple puzzle question.

    So,we have an inclined plane and a dumbbells (see weightlifting sport...).

    It can roll down,freely,on an inclined plane ,between two gravitational levels,one way or another :

      -rolling on the weight disks (plates ).

      -rolling on the connecting rod (handle).

      -....rolling on an ever increasing thin ("slim" ) handle,until a simple straight line.

    Now,it seems that,the rotational inertia is different...namely,ceaseless increasing ?!   


          All the best! / Alex


Well done Alex. You've found the connection between the Keenie wheel and the Abeling wheel.
Not only that but there's a connection between the Keenie and the WhipMag, i.e. transfer from
an outer perimeter to an inner perimeter, from GW to AGW (gearwheel to anti-gearwheel) that
figured so prominently in the Steorn forum.

Title: Re: Dumbbels on incline...
Post by: Grimer on August 13, 2019, 11:08:10 AM
I suppose you could say that they found the way to weaponize the tippee top where EG is tranduced in NG.
The Tippee is a one way street however. Keenie and Sjack have found a way to cycle it.


Keenie was reputed to be some kind of descendent of Bessler so that figures.


I always thought that Bessler's covering the end of his weights was to hide a hole through the weight but it now looks as though it was to hide an axle. To be fair to him he did give a big clue on his toys page, i.e. the top.