Posted by Georg Kuenstler (18.104.22.168) on January 19, 2003 at 13:46:59:
In Reply to: Re: deep link to a solution posted by Mike on January 17, 2003 at 19:30:35:
: Hey George.. Looks like you have three nice models there.. How do they operate? Do you have to manually time the cranking with the turning of the wheel to keep the weights to the left side as in your animation? or does the wheel remain fixed and provoke some type of sling pattern?.. anyway, looks like a lot of love went into those machines, so they must be doing something..
don't mix two different ways. The 'drehmomentspeicher' is a different design to Bessler.
It works on centrifugal force. The weights are always on the left
side, becaus the outer ring is also turning. Is is a relative
movement which hasnt be used up to now, because in 'normal Physik'
always one movement was zero. Either the small wheel or the big wheel was fixed.
Not so with the relative movement, small wheels and the big wheel is turning, and so the weights are always on one side.
Please prove it or have a look to the 'Bilderseite'.
The solution I gave to Besslerwheel.com works on gravity-force
and is therefore limited in energy. So again, don't mix the two.
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