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Author Topic: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight  (Read 15894 times)

Offline Alexioco

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Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« on: March 15, 2010, 04:24:59 PM »
Here is an idea i came up with not to long ago...

This is for me i new way of trying to solve the perpetual motion. When a weight drops from the top of a wheel to the bottom it gains energy, then shoots back up nearly making it to the top but falling short of it... why not use two weights that drop together from the top of the wheel to the bottom, one weight used to harness the energy from the drop which then passes that energy to the second weight without effecting the momentum of both weights.

There is a way to let a weight drop to the bottom of a wheel and use the full energy of that drop with an impact or some other various way without the weight even slowing down and still making it just sort of its original position, so when you put the second weight into the equation, they both drop and the impact from the 1st weight causes the second weight to fly up into the axle (which is only half the distance it dropped) then back up to the rim to join the 1st weight either by CF or using weight 1, the energy would ever increase on each revolution if it worked...

It is in my opinion that the reason weights have to go in and out of the axle is not in order just to keep the wheel turning but rather to allow the descending weight/s to gather that energy from the drop. So by making a wheel that turns just purely by weights that take different position will result in a non runner even tough it appears logical. Also in my opinion all the work must be done by the weights without putting any load on the wheel, like the movement of the weights must not effect the free and easy turn of the wheel. If you look at Leonardo Da Vinci's wheel and many many others you will notice that they all design the wheels to power themselves by using the descending weights to lift the ascending weights, in fact its hard to explain this subtle difference but they produce largely different results, the weights in my opion need to influence each other, the out of balance positions are making it easier for the weights to drop but that alone isn't enough ... I would be happy to discuss this theory of mine with anyone who is interested either on here or better still by email...

Alex

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2010, 06:37:28 PM »

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2010, 08:47:55 PM »
It is the opposite of that, read what i wrote

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2010, 08:59:12 PM »
@Alexioco,

You have to explain it more clearly. Give a schematic or something.

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #4 on: March 15, 2010, 09:07:47 PM »
Ok let me put it simply

A weight falls from the top of a wheel, it gains speed and at the 6 o clock position the energy gained from the drop is used without effecting the weights momentum.

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #5 on: March 15, 2010, 09:15:48 PM »
So, at six o'clock the weight has 1/2mv^2 kinetic energy and momentum equal to mv, right? Now, explain how "the energy gained from the drop is used without effecting the weights momentum".

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #6 on: March 16, 2010, 12:15:33 AM »
Greetings Alex

 Yes a falling weight is great only if it can be reset. The reset is always the problem it seems. For some reason it gives me visions of even stranger wheel designs.

Talk to you later.
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Offline Alexioco

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #7 on: March 16, 2010, 02:34:34 PM »
Yeah so the weight drops, gains speed (energy) then when it reaches the 6 o clock position all of that energy is used without effecting the weights momentum allowing it to fly back up to the top falling just short of a full revolution... Questions is how do you extract the energy from the drop with effecting the weights momentum? and what do you do with that extracted energy?

To extract the energy without loosing momentum is easier than you might think, i want people to have an attempt at some designs how might might do it, it isn't that hard to be honest so... Anyway the following is what you do with that energy once extracted:

You place a second weight right next to the first weight (the one that falls producing the energy) and that energy extracted at the 6 o clock position causes the second weight to fly up into the axle meaning that the first weight will make it right back up to the top of the wheel and over again, as for the second weight, it joins the first weight at the top of the wheel at 12 o clock with the help of the first weight and CF, its only a theory and i have a design but i'm still in early stages of thought and design thats why i havnt posted anything yet, im going to post a picture with an explanation but just for now please try some designs of how you think a single falling weight and pass its energy to another weight with it loosing momentum...

Alex

P.S What frustrates me is every time I/someone makes a valuable discovery and post it on here, it goes straight onto the list of those who don't share ideas and they make progress gained from their own experience plus others without sharing anything that could lead others to a possible runner. This is what kind of puts me off giving all the details away, i'm sure that if people on here posted their best ideas and combined them in simple ways you would get some interesting results...

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #8 on: March 17, 2010, 01:58:32 AM »
Greetings Alex

 The idea has merit to a point. the biggest question is how to control it for use. I have been very busy but I will take a closer look when I get back from MS. The trip has been delayed for 2 extra days and I have to go.

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #9 on: March 17, 2010, 12:54:20 PM »
Greetings Alex

 The idea has merit to a point. the biggest question is how to control it for use. I have been very busy but I will take a closer look when I get back from MS. The trip has been delayed for 2 extra days and I have to go.

Alan

Hey Alan to control it for use is pretty simple if you're thinking long the same lines as i am, the question would it work?

If two weights drop together from the top of the wheel, they are both capable of taking themselves up into the axle at the same time but then the problem lies in the fact that they both cannot make it back to the starting position, only one of them can, so what i have designed is when the two weights fall together from the top one of the weights causes the other weight to fly up to the axle at 6 o clock (the energy to do it is gained from the fall with effecting the momentum) the outside weight continues on through its momentum towards the top of the wheel (12 o clock) then it lifts the second weight back up again then the cycle repeats, but here lies the problem, will there be enough energy to do it? Will the outside weight plus CF help to lift the second weight to meet the 1st weight? If not, then the second weight needs to be made just light enough to make the lift easier, plus the help of a spring could be added, there are quite a lot of things you can do, what do any of you members think?

Alex

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #10 on: March 18, 2010, 12:21:13 AM »
Alex

 I just got off of a 12 hour road trip and I am tired. I will get back with this, when I get fully rested.

Alan

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #11 on: March 18, 2010, 05:06:25 PM »
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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #12 on: March 26, 2010, 01:23:39 AM »
OK Alex

 Lets look at all the possibilities of a falling weight. How can we  get more out of it than just a stagnant fall? This is what to start looking at. Chain reactions and leaver movements.

Alan

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #13 on: March 29, 2010, 03:59:37 PM »
OK Alex

 Lets look at all the possibilities of a falling weight. How can we  get more out of it than just a stagnant fall? This is what to start looking at. Chain reactions and leaver movements.

Alan

Well what i have designed is two weights falls, the energy that one of the weights have gained is used to cause the second weight to fly up into the axle with effecting the momentum, the lever is used...

P.S ill learn about Chain reactions and leaver movements.

Alex

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Re: Harness Energy gained from a falling weight
« Reply #14 on: June 10, 2010, 04:53:43 AM »
Hi Alex: What about the rotation of your wheel, lets say its 12 ft. dia and turning at 26 rpm, even a weight in free fall cant keep with that kind of rim speed, by the time the weight drops, the bottom of the wheel is now over at 9 or 10, just my 2 cents!!

 

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