# Naked Science Forum

## On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: Yahya on 01/08/2018 10:00:39

Title: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya on 01/08/2018 10:00:39
The machine solve several stage clockwork by avoiding connecting gears directly , however by discharging the energy in steps.

in this picture https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tZ_qLCb-9t0YGeYIQn5wrf7dBJah-yBf/view 5 gears with spiral springs fixed to them gear #1 with no spring instead weight is used , gear  #2 has the strongest spring , spring in gear #3 is weaker spring #4 is the weakest  and that according to gear ratio gear #5 has no spring it is fixed to a generator

How the machine works:
group number 6 consisted of gear #2 and gear #4 , it moves from side to side continuously to transfer energy between the gears.
When the group No (6) moves from right to left rod #10 will release gear #1 and at the same time small gear #2 will touch big gear #1, gear #1 will transfer some of its energy to weaker spring in gear #2, also at the same time small gear #4 will touch big gear #3, so that gear #3 will transfer some of its energy to weaker spring in gear #4.

The opposite happens when the group No (6) moves left to right:
1)   Rod #10 stops gear #1 to save energy.
2)   Big gear #2 will touch small gear #3 to transfer some energy to it and to be stored.
3)   Big gear #4 will touch small gear #5 to transfer its energy .

Two clockworks can work alternately to supply continuous motion.

I claim that this method is successful in storing grid scale energy by using weight going inside the ground

And it is better than pumped storage method since it is of high efficiency and doesnt need high hills nor water

And is better than below method since it is of much more efficiency and does need huge tanks nor large amounts of water

There is already this method which uses weight and deep well , they also calim it is better than pumbed storage.
https://heindl-energy.com/
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Bored chemist on 01/08/2018 19:57:16
Why do you keep posting the same bad idea?
The responses are not going to change.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya on 01/08/2018 21:54:57
I intended to make a vote for it including guests.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Bored chemist on 01/08/2018 21:59:52
I intended to make a vote for it including guests.
Why?
Science is not a popularity contest.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya on 02/08/2018 06:26:29
I intended to make a vote for it including guests.
Why?
Science is not a popularity contest.
I might find different opinions.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Bored chemist on 02/08/2018 07:16:34
I intended to make a vote for it including guests.
Why?
Science is not a popularity contest.
I might find different opinions.
Yes, there's the one supported by evidence, and there are different ones- which are known as "wrong"
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya A.Sharif on 24/03/2019 13:58:19
I was able to theoretically demonstrate an idea of a clockwork with huge ratios which is scientific at least I did something scientific. This idea of larger  ratio clockwork did not exist before.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya A.Sharif on 24/03/2019 14:23:12
Scientifically an ordinary clockwork won't work with higher ratios this one would work because of a new theory for gearbox which is transferring energy at steps so I solved a scientific issue and my idea should be taught at engineering colleges.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya A.Sharif on 24/03/2019 14:27:17
As well as huge energy which can't be transferred directly there is also huge speed both can be transferred in steps.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya A.Sharif on 24/03/2019 15:09:52
I should have credits for my discovery
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Bored chemist on 24/03/2019 15:42:08
I should have credits for my discovery
Just as soon as anyone uses it.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya A.Sharif on 24/03/2019 15:55:08
I should have credits for my discovery
Just as soon as anyone uses it.
Why the need to be used there is a lot of unused perpetual motion machine that are historical
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Bored chemist on 24/03/2019 16:22:10
there is a lot of unused perpetual motion machine that are historical
Do you realise that perpetual motion machines do not work?
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya A.Sharif on 24/03/2019 16:32:19
there is a lot of unused perpetual motion machine that are historical
Do you realise that perpetual motion machines do not work?
They do not work but they are unique machines and their owners are written in history because they invented something unique that did not exist before I invented something that didn't exist before something scientific I'm not comparing my machine exactly with perpetual ones My machine is not perpetual and works.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Bored chemist on 24/03/2019 16:33:52
Well, if nothing else, your name is now documented alongside your machine here on this site and I doubt anyone else will try to claim it.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya A.Sharif on 24/03/2019 16:41:03
Well, if nothing else, your name is now documented alongside your machine here on this site and I doubt anyone else will try to claim it.
Is that everything? Is that all I get? I want to appear on Wikipedia and obtain awards
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya A.Sharif on 25/03/2019 04:48:58
There is also the steam engine...
it could be something like :
A gearbox with high ratios with direct contact won't work due to huge energy needed to be transferred at an instance but if this energy is transferred in steps using Yahya's machine it would work
Another thing in engineering is there is not a way to transfer huge torque to very small one without using fluid but with Yahya's clockwork  we could use springs and gears
converting very very huge torque to very very small torque needs very very huge water containers so there is not a way to achieve it only by using Yahya's machine
All these are facts needed to spread as public knowledge and the owner should be recognized.
I do not need to build it all I did is converting huge torque to smaller one in anyway for the machine and all that is obvious
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Yahya A.Sharif on 25/03/2019 10:36:05
I should internationally be recognized as an inventor and my solution should be available in Wikipedia.
why no-one reacts to my posts and I'm ignored? what happens then if someone post something important in "New theories"? could any one respond to me? it is not shame if I'm wrong in my claims every theory in this section is invalid.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Kryptid on 25/03/2019 19:48:32
I should internationally be recognized as an inventor and my solution should be available in Wikipedia.
why no-one reacts to my posts and I'm ignored?

Maybe it's because you have yet to build your machine and prove that it does what you claim it will do.
Title: Re: Will this clockwork gravity storage be successful ?
Post by: Bored chemist on 25/03/2019 21:38:26
I want to appear on Wikipedia and obtain awards
Why would anyone give you an award?

If I want original ideas, I can ask an 8 year old.
But what I want are useful ideas and yours are not.