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Posted by Curbie on December 18, 2010, 8:49 pm
 
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hypothetical machines that produce more work or energy than they
consume.


Posted by Josepi on December 18, 2010, 10:30 pm
 
Ohh look, he jumped to the side again when you tried to nail his hands down.

Me thinks this guy promotes OU machines or plans on Youtube in a mass
marketing scam.

Ask him how Searl and Lou Brits are doing.





hypothetical machines that produce more work or energy than they
consume.




Posted by Jim Rojas on December 19, 2010, 2:29 am
 Curbie wrote:

There is nothing hypothetical about using what you been taught in a
different way.

I looked at the Bedini circuit, and said it is a good idea. But to
expect it to create loads of power on the fly required a slightly
different approach. I saw the Bedini circuit as a piece of the puzzle.

I then saw Hatem's Cog Wheel as another piece that can fit.

By taking parts of this and the other ideas, my RPM still outperforms a
$0K solar setup hands down. My RPM can grow for a few dollars, and runs
24/7.

You can use standard car alternators and modify them to generate loads
of usable power. The key is not to drive you devices into oblivion. We
all know the faster you spin an alternator, the more amps you get. My
PWM can easily drive a car alternator to 10,000 RPM. But how long will
it last before the windings go up in smoke and has to be rebuilt? A few
days? Why not just run it at 1000-1500 RPM so we can easily get a few
years out of it? Why not just use 300amp windings and rectifiers? at
idle speed, that's 150 amps! (1800 watts)

The same goes with grid tie inverters...sure it says it's rated at 250
watts, but if it constantly gets that 250 watts 24/7, it will burn out
quickly.

The key is to run everything slower, and allow your inverters to work at
50-60 percent load max. So, I have 2 grid tie circuits each supposedly
capable at providing 3000 watts each, running at 50 percent load for the
past 2 years. I have yet to replace a single component. My grid tie heat
sink is slightly warm to the touch. Try that with a 250 watt grid tie
unit. I bet the fan runs the entire time and can get really hot!

Jim Rojas

Posted by (PeteCresswell) on December 19, 2010, 3:14 pm
 Per Jim Rojas:

I think the elephant in the room is "Where does the energy go in
to the system?"    Water wheel?   Windmill?
--
PeteCresswell

Posted by bw on December 19, 2010, 11:01 pm
 

The primary energy source is pure manure.



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