Perpetual Motion Machine Concept Utilizing Rising and
Free-Falling Buoys, Second Iteration.



DATA

If you are interested in the Grav-Buoy Data, it can be downloaded at:

               
GRAV-BUOY DATA


The results did not show over-unity, in my most accurate equations.



Rising and Free-Falling Buoys Data       nathancoppedge.com
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DON'T WANT A DOWNLOAD? HERE ARE SOME BASIC
POSSIBILITIES FOR THE GRAV-BUOY DEVICE:                                 

Here is some data I generated using some estimations and the
equations previously included here.

Effective buoyancy is calculated as proportional to a small allumina buoy.

Note that "maximum efficiency" takes no account of friction, and that the
estimates for buoyancy, while based on real-life equipment, may be on the high
end of possibility. Also, weight was calculated based on estimates that may not
reflect accurately what is possible with a given buoyancy. Ideally, high weight
and high buoyancy together would contribute to a more feasible design (yet
weight that is high relative to buoyancy would not be effective here, particularly
if the "buoys" do not float).

With 0.25 meter diameter buoys the balance would be:

dimensions |  pull strength | entry resistance  |  max. difference | max. efficiency

10 X 60m       2258 kg        291.5 kg               1966.5 kg         7.746 (675%)
10 X 110m      3251.4 kg     333.2 kg               2918.2 kg         9.758 (876%)
10 X 210m      8325.2 kg     416.8 kg               7908.4 kg       19.974 (1897%)
20 X 120m      4516 kg        517.3 kg               3998.7 kg         8.730 (773%)
20 X 220m      8553.5 kg     541.2 kg               8012.3 kg       15.805 (1480%)
20 X 1020m    40855.1 kg    732.4 kg             40122.7 kg       55.782 (5478%)

for 0.5 meter diameter buoys the balance is:

dimensions |  pull strength |  entry resistance | max. difference | max. efficiency

10 X 60m     6846.5 kg       1165.8 kg             5680.7 kg          5.873 (487%)
10 X 110m   8833.2 kg       1333 kg                7500.2 kg          6.627 (563%)
10 X 210m  25106 kg         1667 kg              23439 kg           15.061 (1406%)
20 X 120m  13692.9 kg      2069.1 kg           11623.8 kg           6.618 (562%)
20 X 220m  25851.3 kg      2164.7 kg           23686.6 kg         11.942 (1094%)
20 X 1020m 123121.8 kg    2929.7 kg         120192.1 kg         42.025 (4203%)

for 0.75 meter diameter buoys the balance is:

dimensions |  pull strength  | entry resistance | max. difference | max. efficiency

10 X 60m       16646.8 kg    2622.5 kg            14024.3 kg         6.347 (535%)
10 X 110m     22855.3 kg    2998.5 kg            19856.8 kg         7.622 (662%)
10 X 210m     61227.5 kg    3750 kg               57477.5 kg       16.327 (1533%)
20 X 120m    33293.4 kg     4654.4 kg            28639 kg            7.153 (615%)
20 X 220m    62968.2 kg     4869.5 kg            58098.7 kg       12.931 (1193%)
20 X 1020m  300376.7 kg   6590.3 kg           293786.4 kg       45.579 (4458%)

for 1 meter diameter buoys the balance is:

dimensions |  pull strength  |  entry resistance | max. difference | max. efficiency

10 X 60m       45875.3 kg      4662.1 kg          41213.2 kg         9.840 (884%)
10 X 110m     70708.8 kg      5330.5 kg          65378.3 kg       13.265 (1227%)
10 X 210m   169760.5 kg      6666.5 kg         163094 kg         25.465 (2446%)
20 X 120m    91749.9 kg       8274.2 kg          83475.7 kg       11.089 (1009%)
20 X 220m   174157.3 kg      8656.7 kg         165500.6 kg      20.118 (1912%)
20 X 1020m  833458.4 kg    11715.8 kg        821742.6 kg       71.140 (7014%)

Parentheses show maximum over-unity value without accounting
for friction
, assuming as always that buoys rising vertically have pull. They
very well may not. However some of these numbers may indicate that the
device could produce energy
even if there is no buoyant force in the upper tank.
In that case the operating assumption would be that there is no negative drag in
either of the tanks, or at least that the gravity force would overcome the drag as
well as the entry resistance.

To see more complete data, you can download the complete
document on my data page.


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