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Old 02-16-2017, 06:16 PM
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Zig Zag.

Here's an example of how a long track traveler can be leveraged to turn a sister rotor with a fulcrum: If it could do just this much work it would be over unity!
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Old 02-16-2017, 11:07 PM
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12 magnets

Consider this array for the twelve magnets: Three times the throw and six times the force. The rotor magnet blocks can simply be twice the thickness. 6 times 530 is 3180 grams equals 7 pounds of force for 1- 1/2 inches; So, if Luc hung 7 pounds 1-/2 inches off his table top by a string wrapped around the wheel, and released it, it would have to turn the wheel 180 degrees.

This linear force has an asymmetrical relationship to the force required to turn the extra magnet weight on the axle. This disproportion may result in a self runner!
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Old 02-17-2017, 12:56 AM
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4" ceramic

Two of these 4"x1" ceramic blocks, recessed in a rotor at 180 degrees would probably have enough magnet strength and throw distance, to self power.
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Old 02-17-2017, 02:38 AM
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another Vid from Luc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqaf9a9hJAg

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Old 02-17-2017, 01:39 PM
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Rotary to Linear motion.

interesting approach: The "Orbital Gear" actuator in this video, would make a good rocking gear for Luc's pendulum; The traveler rod Just needs a lever to make the 90 degree change in direction (sketch below). Once the transition to vertical is accomplished, a simple "Scotch Yoke" can serve as actuator (Below right).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0H0stoFw3DY
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Wheel torque and sheer strength

Along with the greater sheer strength to rotary passage strength, is the sheer strength to wheel torque ratio with increased rotor magnet size. Suppose we double the rotor magnet size by 2, from 1/2 pound apiece to 1 pound on a 4 pound wheel.

The 1 additional pound would only amount to a 25% increase in wheel torque, while it doubled the lateral sheer force! This would be countered by the doubling of magnetic resistance between the rotor magnet and the traveler, but the larger torque advantage would still represent a sizable gain inside the overall comparison ratio..

This disproportionate advantage would be seperate from but coupled with Luc's 60% measurement. The combination of these two factors should deliver a self runner at some point!

Scotch Yoke:

Moving the connecting pin on a scotch yoke wheel away from the center, adjusts the yoke to a longer throw. The larger the throw , the more fulcrum advantage the pin has on the wheel.

CRANK AND SLOTTED with adjustable pin video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuTNtg7-Bwg
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Linear to Linear gear.

I just invented a new "Linear to 90 degree Linear" gear tailored to drive the overhead "Scotch Yoke"; The bottem rack has a perforation in the center for the perpendicular rack to travel up and down through. The wide round gear is held stationary by an axle and just acts to transfer the motion: The center sketch is an overhead view. This L to L gear allows for variable throw. The only adjustment would be the connecting pin on the "Scotch Yoke" wheel! Three cheap nylon rack gears, like the ones pictured below would nearly be enough to complete the LL gear. Below right you can see how the connecting pin is located half way between the center and the perimeter of the wheel at a distance from the center that's equal to the throw. This wheel would reverse directions, like a pendulum:
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Long gear.

Here's a picture of two long gear pinons for the 90 degree linear rack actuator. Works with 3 thin racks as pictured above:
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