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Old 10-12-2015, 09:19 PM
etherflow etherflow is offline
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Inertial Impulse Drive - "impossible" they said

main flywheel and half-flywheel mass counterrotate at the same rpm. thus, half-flywheel mass travels an eliptical path always facing the same direction. since it travels close to the axis first half of the cycle and close to the rim another half of the cycle, there is a differential of inertial moment, thus, BY THE LAW, a unidirectional net force is produced. flywheels are kept in phase by the timing pulley.

the aim is to further understand the phenomena and to consider the implications. please comment.
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