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Neither working, nor a model.
Try to complex it. Add a twin opposite model and link them both using a straight line.. Take a spherical magnet and split on the middle, overlap the north and south poles so the sphere now resembles a sand clock.. Model A S I Like (>I<) Sand Clock like I N Model B I'm suggesting that the sand clock magnets at the center should add electromagnetic angular momentum (////) to both Models (linked to each other) at the plate... And the models must be able to bounce up and down, not only spin on X 360° but bounce up side down on the horizon... If make sense I can drawn something terrible....Just thing about tow of your 2D models add a sand clock magnet in the middle, and now project it to a 3D perspective on your mind... There is no math behind of this is just that feels natural that the missing element is the "bouncing horizon", the vertical propulsion up and down the X horizon will be inadvertently converted into spin by the two models A and B, wouldn't it? This image is no model but it'll defnetly give a plus to what I have in mind:https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-AIxjIYeHAAg/T3bleix-toI/AAAAAAAAHxo/XdvVPQezCx0/s1600/52860_Papel-de-Parede-Ampulheta_1024x768.jpg In a sense the orbs are your models, the sand clock is a flipped sphere N/S (repelling thyself) and the angle is just about right to collide with your models to add angular momentum to a whole horizontal plate of models, the only requirement seems to be that the plate must be attached to the sand clock middle in a way it can bounce up and down, enough to add external source for the horizontal motion... Perhaps even the sand clock must spin and bounce... How about open a whole inside the sand clock magnet to form a gas/liquid turbine?https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS37n1-QloqVtqkz6WCsXvEUX1DWTR4l7NJ_N1XAqzVrf6z2OOo Can you visualize what I mean?
no, it is a working model.
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... it'll exponentially multiply the energy ... No need to violate thermos dynamics or laws of physics
Quote from: Alex Dullius Siqueira on 04/06/2017 14:49:05... it'll exponentially multiply the energy ... No need to violate thermos dynamics or laws of physics"multiply the energy", nothing can do that : energy cannot be created or destroyed , (1st law thermodynamics).
If the force exerted by the magnets on the arm is greater than the force exerted by gravity on the arm, then the arm will not be able to pass the repulsive zone because the amount of momentum given to the arm by gravity will not be sufficient to overcome the repulsive force. Alternatively, if the force exerted by the magnets on the arm is less than the force exerted by gravity on the arm, then the magnets will not be strong enough to push the arm all the way back up to the top.Remember, the amount of energy input required to lift an object against gravity to a given height is equal to the amount of energy released by that object when it falls that same height (assuming no air resistance). Therefore, the magnets would have to create a force against gravity equal to the force that gravity initially pulls on the rod with in order to raise it all the way back to the top and complete the cycle. If it was perfectly balanced in a vacuum with frictionless bearings, it might actually be a perpetual motion machine of the third kind. However, any attempt to extract energy from the system would interrupt that balance and cause it to stop moving.
The only attempt to extract energy from the device would be when the arm was falling turning some mechanism to produce energy.