Perpetual motor witch magnetic control elements

Review is prepared according to the Patent #2830575, France

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 There is a description and principles of operation of the device, which was created and patented by Mikhail Smeretchanski (France). The principle of operation of such gravitational motors allows to get considerable useful power (for example, in the form of electrical energy) without use of fuel.

Perpetual motor witch magnetic control elements.

Fig. 1

  The main advantages of such energy sources are their environmental safety and wide application (from autonomous supplying of separate dwellings and settlements with light and heat to complete supplying of factories and plants with energy). There is also a possibility to supply back lands with electrical energy (in such regions distant power supply is hampered and isolated generating plants should be used). Besides among other advantages of these motors we can also consider the possibility to improve them and easily assembling design.

  Motion in the device is realized due to the difference of buoyancy forces which acts on the opposite arms of the moving elements. The difference is achieved by means of purposefully controlled or forcedly organized change of volumes of working body of float mechanisms.

  This mechanism demonstrates the possibility to get energy using buoyancy forces (the Archimedes force) which act on a body immersed in liquid. This invention relates to a device allowing the mechanical production of energy, using the variable-volumes elements by the gravitation and the Archimedes force for its operation. Variable-volumes elements will change their volumes according to position of the masses, in their inner parts.

  The device is made up of two wheels (1) and (2) and of the variable-volumes elements (see Fig.1), which are immersed and fixed with the links of a chain (8), producing the difference (DF) between the Archimedes forces (F 1) and (F 2) of the two dimensions of the device, which will draw the chain in the direction indicated on the diagram by arrows (9) and cause the rotation of the wheels (1) and (2). The whole device is immersed vertically.

  The change of volumes of the elements will take place according to the position of the masses inside. Under the action of gravitation masses will change the volume of the elements, and the Archimedes force will produce the rotation of the wheels (1) and (2), according to the positions of the elements in relation to the axes of the wheels (see Fig.1). Additional drawings of sectional view of float elements are represented in Fig. 2-5.

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  At turning of a magnetic float the position of the control magnetic element changes relatively to the stator (stator turns over 180°). The working volume changes under the influence of the opposite direction of forces. Movable magnetic rotor is kept in a definite permanent position by means of outer floats.

Method for calculation of motor and masses

  Gas springs (gas cylinders, which under pressure are filled with nitrogen) are used in the device. By the principle of operation these springs are identical to the components, which are used in automobiles to open and support a back door.

  Let us assume that lower axle of the wheel is at a depth of 5.5 m (it is meant the distance between axles of the upper and lower wheel because the depth where the upper axle is mounted and the whole motor do not have vital importance). Gas springs should be selected according to the difference between the depths of axles of the wheels.

  Let us assume that axle of the upper wheel is at the depth of 3 m. Water pressure at this depth comes to about 0.3 kg/cm2 . If weight of the mass is equal to 100 kg then piston area is 100 kg õ 8 (coefficient)=800 cm2. Let us add 10 kg of weight to overcome friction. Thus working weight of the mass comes to 110 kg. Area of the piston of the float is 800 cm2.

  Fig. 4 At the depth of 3 m the pressure to the piston is 800 õ 0.3=240 kg. The piston presses the arm transmitting to its end the force equal to 240:2=120 kg. Thus at the end of the arm, i.e. at gas springs, we have 120 kg (see Fig. 1, point B). Let us add 110 kg (weight of the mass), then 120+110=230 kg, which are directed vertically downward. Thus it is necessary to use gas springs (there are two of them in the example), which have force of 115 kg each. Mass, which is displaced downward under the action of weight (gravitational force) and pressure produced by the piston, will “contract” gas springs. At that, potential energy will be accumulated in contracted springs in the form of propulsive force.

  Travel of mass equals to 50 cm, therefore piston stroke is 25 cm, whence area of the piston is 800 cm2 õ 25 cm = 20 000 cm/cubical, which is equal to 20 liters. This work will be made between points A and B (Fig. 1). The volume of the element will be decreased by 20 liters.

  When the element, which we mentioned in the beginning of the example, in the process of displacement (immersion) will be at the level (or almost at the level) of the axel of the lower wheel on the left side (Fig. 1 point D) at the depth of 8.5 m (5.5 m + 3 m=8.5 m) then water pressure (of about 0.85 kg/cm2) will act upon the piston. Thus water pressure will come to 680 kg (piston area 800 cm2 õ 0.85=680 kg).

  At that, traveling over the lower wheel, the float will turn over 180°. To resist this pressure there is 110 kg of mass in each spring + 115 kg, whence 115 õ 2 + 110 = 340 kg, which are directed vertically downward. Taking into account that the middle of the arm pushes the piston then it will be influenced by the force of 340 õ 2 = 680 kg.

  Thus equal forces act from two sides. In this case at upper right the piston will be put down a little lower than 3 m (water pressure will increase). At the left below it will be put down a little higher (water pressure will decrease).

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  If mass below will increase by 5 or 10 kg (between points C and D, Fig. 1) then under the action of mass weight and force of the springs the piston will move downward increasing element volume by the same 20 liters.

  Certainly to liberate energy it is necessary to reduce speed of rotation of the device in order to decrease friction losses in water (it is known that friction losses at transference in water is proportional to the traverse speed).

Test of the motor model

  To check this principle of perpetual motion the inventor made the model of the motor. Fig. 6 represents the model of the perpetual motor with magnetic control elements. Working model was made according to more simple scheme.

  Travel of mass equals to 50 cm, therefore piston stroke is 25 cm, whence area of the Model test demonstrated principal possibility to produce perpetual motion. In spite of rather primitive design of the device there was observed stable rotation of the motor. 

  made between points A and B (Fig. 1). The volume of the element will be decreased by 20 liters. When the element, which we mentioned in the beginning of the example, in the process of displacement (immersion) will be at the level (or almost at the level) of the axel of the lower wheel on the left side (Fig. 1 point D) at the depth of 8.5 m (5.5 m + 3 m=8.5 m) then water pressure (of about 0.85 kg/cm2) will act upon the piston. Thus water pressure will come to 680 kg (piston area 800 cm2 õ 0.85=680 kg). At that, traveling over the lower wheel, the float According to M. Smeretchanski, he made sure that law of conservation of energy does not “work” in the case if there is no clear idea on the nature and interaction of outer electromagnetic, gravitational or other possible fields and fluxes of particles with existing matter or operating environment. Thus the law should be “closed”, at least, in its modern broad understanding as getting of energy. It is possible to offer another formulation: “Any force (or forces) can be used to produce energy”, or in other words, “To do useful work it is possible to use any forces including forces of potential fields.” Please visit: http://ingenrw.narod.ru/Andv1/Opi2_1.html for more information about the invention.

Test to models of eternal engine

Fig.6 Model of the device

Review is prepared according to the Patent #2830575, France
The Author: М. Смеречанский
http://monsite.wanadoo.fr/
Date of publication 13.06.2004


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