William F. Skinner produced a device that takes a 1/8 horse motor and multiplies the output 1200% here is footage from 1939.
William uses the power of the model to work a 12 foot lathe that cuts ribbons of steel. The second video
shows the reverse engineered details of William Frank Skinner’s 1939 Gravity Power Machine.
Aaron Murakami is reverse engineering the device and has gotten quite far in this. The way skinner had built his device was to have 4 counter oscillating weights so that they balanced each other out.
1939 Gravity Power Reverse Engineering Details FULL VERSION
There is always wasted water produced by these units during the delivery phase and is practical to have the unit on the bank of the stream so that the runoff returns to the stream. The wasted water allows gravity to pull the water down the pipe and cause a water hammer action to create the pressure needed to deliver the water to homes or irrigation sprinklers. Ram Pump operation,Water will continue to be delivered after the delivery valve has closed until the compressed air in the air chamber has expanded to a pressure equal to the delivery head. Then suction pulse, with the weight or spring on the valve, pulls the waste valve back open and allows the process to begin again.
Low cost, low flow, home made hydraulic ram pump (no welding required)
When people hear about sustainable, off-the-grid living, they usually picture primitive homes divorced from the comforts of the 21st century. I am finishing up my enlistment with roughly 25 grand debt free, so money is an issue for me having a family, but there is still in my head no reason I cant do this. I just purchased a book on building your own earth-ship, next will be systems. You won’t get fat, but you can live from these buildings without needing anything. Nothing is better than the food that comes in from the green house. You can graze. You know, at lunch, I go into the different buildings and pick tomatoes or cucumbers, or our plant girl makes salads from the fresh picked veggies . I’ll let these pictures do the talking… and of course this short video.
In the United States, 90 percent of electricity comes from thermoelectric power plants—coal, nuclear, natural gas, and oil—that require cooling. The PowerPot has no moving parts or batteries, and since the thermoelectric technology is built into the bottom of the pot it can produce electricity from a wide variety of heat sources. “Converting waste heat into electric power, for example, using vehicle exhaust, is a near-term ‘green’ application for such materials.”
Generators have been constructed to use solar, natural gas, propane, butane, kerosene, jet fuels, and wood, to name a few heat sources. The device generates electricity via the Seebeck Effect, where electricity is produced from a temperature differential applied across the device. Working within these limits, however, it is possible to fabricate custom modules that are particularly suited for standard use.
Of course, everything has its limitations, but with a unit the size of the one in the following video, you’ll easily be able to power small gadgets you have around your home. Be aware that there are practical limits on element geometry due to the fragility of crystalline Bismuth telluride material. Also be aware that the Bismuth melts at 520.7 °F so too much heat will melt the units.
Thermoelectric waste heat recovery is the process of recapturing this lost heat and converting it to electrical power. By using the modules “in reverse,” however, whereby a temperature differential is applied across the faces of the module, it is possible to generate electrical power. A bigger unit would serve higher purposes.
The process that the earth uses to create oil has been discovered, its is called Thermal Depolymerization(TDP). Basically heat organic or inorganic materials up with steam and they start to separate into oil and the other elements they are made of. The TDP process has been able to decrease the time it takes to make oil from millions of years to about 15 minutes. For example the company Tyson that makes us all the chicken nuggets and delicious lunch meats and Thanksgiving turkeys have a huge amount of waste from there process. In 2001 they started to send those wastes to a TDP plant and turned 600 million tons of turkey guts and other waste into 4 billion barrels of light Texas oil.
Unlike other solid-to-liquid-fuel processes such as cornstarch into ethanol, this one will accept almost any carbon-based feedstock. If a 175-pound man fell into one end, he would come out the other end as 38 pounds of oil, 7 pounds of gas, and 7 pounds of minerals, as well as 123 pounds of sterilized water. While no one plans to put people into a thermal depolymerization machine they are planning to put the human sewage and trash in an have oil come out.
So how does it work? The other processes all tried to drive out water. We drive it in, inside this tank, with heat and pressure. We super-hydrate the material.” Thus temperatures and pressures need only be modest, because water helps to convey heat into the feedstock. “We’re talking about temperatures of 500 degrees Fahrenheit and pressures of about 600 pounds for most organic material—not at all extreme or energy intensive. And the cooking times are pretty short, usually about 15 minutes.”
Once the organic soup is heated and partially depolymerized in the reactor vessel, phase two begins. “We quickly drop the slurry to a lower pressure,” says Appel, pointing at a branching series of pipes. The rapid depressurization releases about 90 percent of the slurry’s free water. Dehydration via depressurization is far cheaper in terms of energy consumed than is heating and boiling off the water, particularly because no heat is wasted. “We send the flashed-off water back up there,” Appel says, pointing to a pipe that leads to the beginning of the process, “to heat the incoming stream.”
At this stage, the minerals—in turkey waste, they come mostly from bones—settle out and are shunted to storage tanks. Rich in calcium and magnesium, the dried brown powder “is a perfect balanced fertilizer,” Appel says.
The remaining concentrated organic soup gushes into a second-stage reactor similar to the coke ovens used to refine oil into gasoline. “This technology is as old as the hills,” says Appel, grinning broadly. The reactor heats the soup to about 900 degrees Fahrenheit to further break apart long molecular chains. Next, in vertical distillation columns, hot vapor flows up, condenses, and flows out from different levels: gases from the top of the column, light oils from the upper middle, heavier oils from the middle, water from the lower middle, and powdered carbon—used to manufacture tires, filters, and printer toners—from the bottom. “Gas is expensive to transport, so we use it on-site in the plant to heat the process,” Appel says. The oil, minerals, and carbon are sold to the highest bidders.
Depending on the feedstock and the cooking and coking times, the process can be tweaked to make other specialty chemicals that may be even more profitable than oil. Turkey offal, for example, can be used to produce fatty acids for soap, tires, paints, and lubricants. Polyvinyl chloride, or PVC—the stuff of house siding, wallpapers, and plastic pipes—yields hydrochloric acid, a relatively benign and industrially valuable chemical used to make cleaners and solvents. “That’s what’s so great about making water a friend,” says Appel. “The hydrogen in water combines with the chlorine in PVC to make it safe. If you burn PVC [in a municipal-waste incinerator], you get dioxin—very toxic.”
“The potential is unbelievable,” says Michael Roberts, a senior chemical engineer for the Gas Technology Institute, an energy research group. “You’re not only cleaning up waste; you’re talkingabout distributed generation of oil all over the world.”
Do you want to build a simple Tesla coil and experiment with wireless energy transmission? This Tesla coil is solid state and only requires about 25 dollars to make if you visit radio shack. Safety warning: One thing to keep in mind is that it is not recommended to run your Tesla coil without a top load, although it will function (with a bit less output). The spark generated by the L2 may be fun to observe and tinker with, however it is dangerous by nature (in seen and unseen ways) and produces ozone.
L1 ( the primary inductor coil) may consist of a pancake, 5-8 turns of any magnet wire approx. 22AWG. The inner diameter of the first most inner winding should not touch the L2 (1/8 inch gap all the way around is acceptable), and there should be a small gap between the subsequent windings of the L1. A small piece of cardboard can serve as the base of the pancake; use small slivers of electrical tape to maintain separation of the windings as you progress around the doughnut, from the center, outward.
L2 may consist of 500-2000+ turns of any magnet wire tightly wrapped on PVC , between half an inch and 3 inches in diameter. The longer the final the length of the wire, the more internal resistance it will have. TeslaTronix Tesla Coils use Inch and a quarter PVC. Within reason, the wider the ratio of windings between the primary and secondary, the grater the final output voltage of the tower. There is no connection from L2 to ground; only to the resistor, base, diode node. It is recommended to immediately spray with lacquer your L2 or wrap it in electrical tape double helix as changes in temperature will change the length of your coil, and cause imperfections.
In any Tesla coil the toroid (or top capacitance load) is a key component. Using a Sphere is the best because of it’s shape. also bear in mind that sharp points leak the energy so no sharp points on the top. that is a different story if you want to receive the energy then you can use sharp points on the receiver.
There are several ways to approach toroids from a hobbyist perspective. Depending on available materials in your area, and budget, there are several avenues you can choose when seeking a toroid. There are generally two types of top loads- spherical, and actual toroidal shaped loads. Spherical loads are generally best for wireless power distribution, while the actual toroidal shaped loads are best for visible breakout arching.
If you want to buy the kit for building this there here http://www.teslatronix.com/single-kits/
This is a list of parts in the kit with spare parts also just in case you need them.
mini breadboard (solderless) and 2x project board (solderable)
male/female universal power adapters w/terminals
inline fuse holder
625-650 feet 32 AWG magnet wire
Approximately 10.5 inches of PVC for L2 (coil is not pre wound)
3-4 feet 22 AWG magnet wire + wooden mini spool
1 male, + 2X female universal TO 220 transistor socket kit
3X tinned transistor socket kit leads
Transistor heat sink with M3 hardware
2X 100KΩ Potentiometer
4x 1N4007 Diode
2X 9V battery leads
3X bi-polar solderable terminals
Envelope with warnings, instructions, and drawings
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Two young physicists from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology five years of their life were devoted to the study of the work of Nikola Tesla – the wireless transfer of energy – Wardenclyffe Tower (known as the Tesla Tower). After years of research they have concluded that TESLA WAS RIGHT!
They have a detailed plan for physical experiments with this FIRST TOWER OF THE WORLDWIDE ENERGY SYSTEM that will SURELY be built in the future and now they need SUPPORT and contributions to begin this research program!
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Let them realize the dream of Tesla’s wireless transmission of energy!
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