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Re: Energy generation with seesaw system
« Reply #25 on: 10/10/2016 22:26:49 »
If we increased the number of flashlights from 10 to 100, would you predict the the power output increase 10 times? What if there were 1000 flashlights or 1000000000000 flashlights?

Shaking one of these flashlights doesn't generate energy--it merely converts mechanical energy into electrical energy (and then into light energy). As the flashlights shine, they exert a force that slows down the seesaw (or whatever shaker is used). The magnet is harder to move through the flashlight than one would expect due to its mass alone, because it transfers mechanical energy to the coil. To see an exaggerated example watch this vid: https:/ /www.youtube.com/watch?v=E97CYWlALEs (minus the space between / and /)
 

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Re: Energy generation with seesaw system
« Reply #26 on: 11/10/2016 08:54:19 »
Dear Sir,
I have already mentioned about it if you have carefully read this topic
can you consult with a Cambridge University physicist  to understand it that what I want to say?
Please my earnest request to you.
 Vikram
 

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