Friday, November 23, 2012

Experiment 10.1: A Promising Test

Sequence of events:
At time index 6 seconds, we start the motors that power the wheels.
At time index 40 seconds, we start the motors that rotate the wheel sub-assemblies at a constant angular velocity ( 2 seconds per revolution).
At time index 1 min 8 seconds, we start the main motor that rotates the inner-cage at a small constant torque ( 1 A).

As you can see, the imposed activity is very simple, but the reaction of the machine is anything but!
Amazing start to this new series of experiments!

ఓం ! నమః శివాయ !

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Shed Work Update

Testing starts tomorrow!

The new prototype has had the following upgrades:

1. New, (x 10) higher torque motors for the second order rotation of the wheel sub-assembly.

2. Resized main frame

3. Resized couplings

4. Power source upgrades

5. New motor suspension sub-assemblies

6. New wiring & s-rings

Monday, November 5, 2012

Experiment 9

This experiment proves that the previous experiment (Expt 8B) was flawed and there does not seem to be any strong effect similar to induction. The second wheel oscillates even when the primary wheel isn't spinning. As long the primary wheel sub-assembly is being driven by its high-torque motor, that's sufficient to cause the secondary to react. This proves that the oscillation is only the gyroscopic reation to the rotational torque on the secondary wheel because of the changing weight distribution of the inner-cage holding both wheels and their motors.

Oh well! However I am still hopeful that I might be able to either do something useful with it anyhow, by using the gyroscopic effect of one wheel to turn the other or perhaps discover something by upping the torque of the motors driving the sub-assemblies and also engaging the main motor. Stay tuned!

Thursday, November 1, 2012

The Simpler Experiment 8 B

In this experiment we build on the Addendum to Experiment 8 A by using a motor instead of my hand to impart momentum to just one of the sub-assemblies. We picked (at random) one of the two wheels and only wired that sub-assembly to be driven by a high-torque motor. The experiment clearly demonstrates that like a secondary inductor coil, the second spinning wheel and its sub-assembly pick up energy from the primary sub-assembly. This process of energy pumping will now need to be augmented to enable the secondary to soak up much more energy in order to explore whether this phenomena can lead to a sudden Tesla-coil like discharge of energy to the ground and through such behavior, an equal and opposite inertial movement of the frame upward.