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gyro car
interesting video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDEUUHfn2fI&feature=plcp
Asked on 23 May 2012 by R Urwin
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Acceleration
Hello, I see that we are still thinking in terms of inchworm movement. We've got to move and think beyond that. I am building for continuous acceleration, not inchworm movement. That I accomplished ...
Asked on 21 May 2012 by Glenn Hawkins
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I want my momentum
One thing I've known forever. Each graduation of the wheel into a new tilt extinguishes all carry-over force. The wheel has been tilted into a new plain. It cannot bring forward and add to it's tilt v ...
Asked on 21 May 2012 by Glenn Hawkins
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oposite but not equal
Dear all, I can see from your homework that I shall have to go over one of the precession lessons with you again. Now sit up straight everyone, and Rameses, stop doing that and pay attention. ...
Asked on 20 May 2012 by Nitro
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A Theory on Changing Magnitudes and Changing Forces during the Drop
This is a theory on changing Magnitudes and Forces during the Drop when starting (or the Rise when stopping) an overhung gyro. The theory is for a gravity “powered” gyro system but would also apply to ...
Asked on 20 May 2012 by Blaze
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What happens when you have counter rotating gyro wheels?
Ok, guys. I think I know the answer but I want to hear from the experts. Imagine your standard overhung gyro but instead of one wheel you have two wheels side by side. One wheel is spinning clockwise, ...
Asked on 18 May 2012 by Blaze
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equal but not opposite
Dear all, and especially Ram, There are some, mostly poor, videos of precessing gyros on air tables, bits of string etc. on the web (bless and curse it in roughly equal amounts). Ironically the b ...
Asked on 14 May 2012 by Nitro
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Could this be the reason that mass movement happens?
This is a just a thought experiment and I welcome any input that may be out there. Someone may already know this or may have gone through this same thought process already. As we know, in steady ...
Asked on 13 May 2012 by Blaze
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"Flywheel Saturation Drive"?
"Flywheel Saturation Drive"? I wish to put an idea into the internet-ether for constructive critical review; after reading in depth the postings from Mr Sandy Kidd and preforming my own basic Gyr ...
Asked on 10 May 2012 by Richard Urwin
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Has anyone ever tried a semi flexible disc instead of a solid one?
The idea is that you may actually be able to "see" the forces acting and get a better idea of what is happening. If the disc were too flexible you wouldn't have enough gyroscopic effect for the system ...
Asked on 9 May 2012 by Blaze
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Explanation of what causes an overhung gyro to precess (why the spinning mass moves)
Let me start off by saying that if you want to determine if there are any forces or movements in a gyro that can useful for your purposes, it would be really helpful to know all the “hows and whys” of ...
Asked on 6 May 2012 by Blaze
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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words
check out this link, it attempts to explain in pictures and words at least some of what makes a gyroscope "tick" The link will only be active for 30 days, so save a copy for yourself if you find ...
Asked on 5 May 2012 by Blaze
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Fallacies and verifications
I know there is centrifuge, but it’s effect is nullified by a force stronger than it is. I can explain why that is and how it works. I am sure there is angular momentum. I have done calculations on ...
Asked on 4 May 2012 by Glenn Hawkins
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Measuring weight at the pivot
I read somewhere in the forum that the weight or mass of a precessing overhung gyroscope has the effect of transferring the weight or mass to the pivot (don’t quote me on that, I am just going by memo ...
Asked on 2 May 2012 by Blaze
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Can the pivot be precessed instead of the wheel?
Let me see if I can describe this in a way that will make sense to anyone other than myself. In an overhung gyro system under the influence of gravity, the wheel at radius R from the pivot will p ...
Asked on 29 April 2012 by Blaze
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PARTS SEARCH
I have wasted a great deal of time looking for particular kinds of small flywheels so that I don't have to cut so much metal. If anyone knows what and where please let me know. All other parts are ...
Asked on 29 April 2012 by Glenn Hawkins
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Calculating the "Drop" Distance
The following is a simple first approximation of the Drop Distance that occurs during the Drop Time when an overhanging gyro starts precessing from a dead stop. This is a first approximation only. To ...
Asked on 29 April 2012 by Blaze
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Calculating the "Drop" time
The following is a simple first approximation of the Drop Time that occurs when an overhanging gyro starts precessing from a dead stop. This is a first approximation only. To accurately calculate the ...
Asked on 28 April 2012 by Blaze
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A means of Zero Gravity Testing
I fell upon a simple way to test in zero gravity. I took my date to the fair Sunday and watched a big machine as people were raised slowly to a height, then dropped. There was more than a two second f ...
Asked on 16 April 2012 by Glenn Hawkins
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Third Law of Motion
The 3rd Law states that for every Action there is an Equal & Opposite Reaction. "EQUAL", means that the magnitudes of the Action and of the Reaction forces are the same. "OPPOSITE" means that the ...
Asked on 15 April 2012 by Luis Gonzalez
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I want to know
Can the centripetal force of a gyroscpe can be apply for propulsion??
Asked on 18 March 2012 by Mon
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Video #2
SSSOOORRRRRRYYY Dear gyronaughts, My apologies to all who have tried to go to “Aren’t Gyros fun #2” on You Tube. The You Tube link in my last post I had to remove as I inadvertently inclu ...
Asked on 17 March 2012 by Nitro
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new video with slomo
Treasured shed dwellers, path seekers and imagineers, I have loaded a #2 (horrible Americanism for 2nd.) video on YouTube – see link below. It has a slowed down version and a brief explanation of ...
Asked on 13 March 2012 by Nitro
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INERTIAL PROPULSION
The prime question that eluded me for the longest time was: Why doesn't the gyro spin around it's own center of gravity? One) In order for this to happen on a string the string end of the gyro ...
Asked on 11 March 2012 by Glenn Hawkins
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SATURATION POINT
I understand the saturation point. It is real and is simple mechanics. I would draw some schematic for you here if I could. Every action in a working gyroscope seeks to curve. When the hub forces ...
Asked on 11 March 2012 by Glenn Hawkins
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Videos of New Experiments
Hey guys, Check out the latest videos on my blog: http://relmachine.blogspot.com/ Adding a small third wheel on top of the frame did NOT change the behavior of the prototype. Adding a l ...
Asked on 9 March 2012 by Ravi
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a video of a machine
After mis-posting this several times I hopfully have found the right place on the propulsion page!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfyJbAP1cR0&context=C35a930cADOEgsToPDskLVlol4QIySgo4bYw7skwi9 ...
Asked on 3 March 2012 by Nitro
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Can a rotating object such as a gyroscope displace gravity?
I have done some gravity research with gyros. I did it to try and prove an equation that calculates the volume of gravity a rotating object displaces. The experiment has been valid sometimes. It's dif ...
Asked on 25 January 2012 by Stan Spence
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Comments on my Expt 4.60
Hey guys, Check out my experiment 4.60 at this link a series of 3 expts which ride on a theory - ...
Asked on 7 January 2012 by Ravi
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PRECESSION IS NOT LIKE ROTATION & REVOLUTION
I said that centrifuge in rotation should have been named, 'Resisting A Bent Force' and that when centripetal force ceases, centrifugal force ceases as well, but without causing an after effect. ...
Asked on 7 January 2012 by Glenn Hawkins
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Centrifuge
Glenn Hawkins - 18/12/2011 01:06:34 Luis and I considered the behavior of centrifugal during precession. When you push an object it pushes back. The law is, for every action there is an equal ...
Asked on 18 December 2011 by Glenn Hawkins
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Riddle about Spin Smarts
This puzzle took me a couple of hours, and I was only able to resolve it after I wrote down the problem. Other brighter contributors to this forum will probably resolve this challenge much quicker, or ...
Asked on 19 November 2011 by Luis Gonzalez
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Working Gyroscopic Propulsion Model - What If?
Lets say I have a working gyroscopic propulsion model, how can it make me major cash ASAP? Is there any economic value for such a device? The rest of the world seem uninterested or they say "it ...
Asked on 10 November 2011 by anonymous250280
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RE:Dynamical Tuned Gyro for sell
Dear Sir/Madam, We are the China supplier for the below products: Accelerometer Dynamical Tuned Gyro MEMS Gyro Should you have any interest or need, please do not hesitate to contact m ...
Asked on 9 November 2011 by Jessica Zhang
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RE:Accelerometer/Gyro
Dear Sir/Madam, We are the China supplier for the below products: Accelerometer Dynamical Tuned Gyro MEMS Gyro Should you have any interest or need, please do not hesitate to contact m ...
Asked on 9 November 2011 by Jessica Zhang
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A QUESTION
A QUESTON involving the condition of a gyroscope overhanging a pedestal or tower Statement: When extra weight is added to the gyroscope it will precess faster as it also falls to the table fas ...
Asked on 2 November 2011 by gLENN hAWKINS
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A QUESTION
A QUESTON involving the condition of a gyroscope overhanging a pedestal or tower Statement: When extra weight is added to the gyroscope it will precess faster as it also falls to the table fas ...
Asked on 2 November 2011 by gLENN hAWKINS
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Question of Sanity?
Hello all. Got this on my email when I returned from holiday “Disambiguation FROM: david frazier debunker@btinternet.com TO: kiddsandy@rocketmail.com Thursday, 1 September 2011, 22:33 ...
Asked on 20 September 2011 by Sandy Kidd
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free power
what do you think of this idea? i got a lot more. i have solved maltese cross from hing arthur as well. six sided free turning magnets.and i have created a load that creates holographic images in fi ...
Asked on 31 July 2011 by dana hoecker
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A magnetic field can folding the space?
A magnetic field can folding the space? Theoretically yes, however I haven´t found an experiment about this subject. If a gyroscope in a high speed rotation with some weights in its edge, we appl ...
Asked on 3 July 2011 by Gitirana
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New Experimental Evidence
SUMMARY So far my experiments have revealed 3 important facts: 1. Spinning wheels under the influence of a centrifugal force applied about an axis perpendicular to the plane containing the angular ...
Asked on 12 June 2011 by Ravi
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New Experiment
See my new experiment at ...
Asked on 23 April 2011 by Peter Dawson
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Submitting Paper
Hi Glenn, Could you please consider my paper "Detecting Gyroscopic Thrust" (http://bourabai.kz/articles/Gyrothrust_eng.pdf) to be submitted into section [Propulsion]->[Papers] of this site. ...
Asked on 28 March 2011 by Herman Holushko
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TRUTH
In many years of homemade researching every possible means of creating inertial propulsion, I eliminated all but one possible method. Having considered even those devices related to ‘free ener ...
Asked on 26 March 2011 by Glenn Hawkins
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Heaviside's ideas on space and electromagnetism
a)Do you know in which direction the energy is flowing in a straight wire if the current is flowing between a positive terminal at the top of the wire and the negative terminal at the bottom of the wi ...
Asked on 20 March 2011 by Ravi
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where is Mike Marsden and what happened to his device?
am surprised none of the experts in this forum have a thing to say about the Mac-Quan-1 device in this videos http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=770563497668406528# http://video.google.co.u ...
Asked on 12 March 2011 by Albert Druid
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