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Free energy possible

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Free energy possible

  1. 1. From PMM-1
  2. 2. What is Free Energy? Energy which is free is called as free energy.  which means that we don’t need to do anything to get work done. E.g. Earth is continuously revolving around the Lacs of year,without any energy. Hence , in space their exist an perpetual motion machine. “So we are trying to do it on earth”
  3. 3. What is PMM-1?  PMM-1:Perpetual Motion Machines of the First Kind:  They violate the First Law of Thermodynamics.  First Law Of Thermodynamics:  Energy can neither be created nor be destroyed, but can be transformed from one form of energy to another form of energy.
  4. 4. 1. Indian author Bhaskara (c. 1159) 2. Villard de Honnecourt 3. Mariano di Iacopo 4. Leonardo da Vinci 5. Mark Anthony Zimara 6. Agostino Ramelli 7. Vittorio Zonca 8. Robert Fludd
  5. 5. Bhaskara’s Wheel Bhaskara's Wheels. The first documented perpetual motion machines were described by the Indian author Bhaskara (c. 1159). One was a wheel with containers of mercury around its rim. As the wheel turned, the mercury was supposed to move within the containers in such a way that the wheel would always be heavier on one side of the axle. Perhaps this was not so much a practical proposal as an illustration of Indian cyclical philosophy. The idea reappears in Arabic writings, one of which contained six perpetual motion devices. From the Islamic world the idea reached Europe.
  6. 6. So What we are doing here?????? As we know PMM-1 and PMM-2 already exist in space like as earth is revolving around sun ,etc. but on earth its quite impossible. So We are Just Extracting Gravitational Energy on Earth and not violating Laws of thermodynamics.
  7. 7. Villard's Wheel. Villard de Honnecourt was born in the late 12thcentury and probably lived and worked in thenorth of France from 1225 to 1250.
  8. 8. Mariano di Iacopo Mariano di Iacopo , called Taccola (Siena,1382-1458?) was one of the first artist-engineerswho wrote illustrated texts of engineering designs,using drawings effectively as a medium ofcommunication. Living in a time of frequent wars,he was actively engaged in a diversity of militaryand civil engineering projects.On this page of his drawings we see designs formachines to breach fortifications, andsuperimposed upon those is a large depiction ofan overbalanced wheel with hinged articulatedsections. This was a device probably well- knownto engineers in this period of history, derivingfrom Arabian sources.
  9. 9. Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was theprototype "Renaissance Man". His talentsincluded art, engineering, music, physics, andmathematics. His famous Notebooks (a collectionof drawings and commentary on loose manuscriptpages) were largely unorganized "notes" tohimself that he never put into a format for properpublication. Was Leonardo's comment above meant as ageneral condemnation of all forms of perpetualmotion? Maybe not, for on notebook pagesdescribing methods of lifting water he includeswithout comment two drawings of impossibleself-acting pumps. They show water being liftedby Archimedean screws, dumping onto the top ofa waterwheel, which in turn drives the screws.These were known as "recirculation mills" andshow up in many compiled porfolios ofmechanisms. If Leonardo didn't fully understandthe behavior of water, he was not alone, for manymisconceptions about hydraulics persisted untilthe 17th century. Even some practical engineersthought water had self-motive power, or a "life ofits own".
  10. 10. Robert Fludd Robert Fludd (1574-1637), a Paracelsianphysician, alchemist, astrologer, hermeticphilosopher, mystic and member of theBrotherhood of the Rosy Cross, published a folioof his works in 1618 (in Latin). It included manydescriptions of machines, some practical, somefanciful. These included water pumps of variouskinds.The picture below left is often attributed to Fludd,and many books leave the impression that Fluddbelieved it would work. But its style is notconsistent with other pictures of Fludd's time. In"De Simila Naturae" Fludd does discuss themachine shown below right, which he describes:Of another useful invention for raising watereasily, by which a certain Italian ventured toboast that he had discovered a perpetualmotion.
  11. 11. Utilisation for Power Generation:  We can use this rotational motion for Power generation.
  12. 12. Applications: 1. Rotational Motion produced can be utilised for various applications like Electricity production , grinding ,etc 2. PMM-1 is used by various toys for pleasing showcase. 3. Now we can also use it for electricity generation and else more. 4. Currently PMM-1 is a part of research and development.
  13. 13. Real Practical Application: The recent website shows a gravity- powered motor which is capable of driving a 30-kilowatt electrical generator. This is certainly not a home-build project and the cost of construction and day-to-day maintenance cost makes this appear to be a very uneconomic project. However, one enormous advantage of the building of these two generators is that they show very clearly that free- energy is available and perfectly viable. The people building these two constructions point out very clearly that these are graivty-powered motors rather than just electrical generators. While these motors can drive electrical generators, it is emphasised that they can also perform any task which needs a motor, such as pumping, drilling,etc. The size of these motors is substantial as can be seen from the above pictures.
  14. 14. Advantages: 1.Today Pollution due to use of fossil fuel gradually increase headache,for which the other methods of energy production is essentional. 2.Free energy devices will not require any kind of fuel and are free from pollution. 3.There development will bring an new way for coming centuries which will lack the fuels. 4.As name suggest free energy will also lead to development of country with large production of electricity and other forms of energys. 5.These devices would become a new way for extraction of Gravitational force. 6.Free energy concept although forecasted as impossible ,it would become a good research topic for students.
  15. 15. Disadvantages: 1.As Energy will be free, possibility of exploitation due to overuse. 2.Require large space to setup the plant for successful operation. 3.require proper funding as initial cost will be very high. 4.Till today these concepts are hypothetical. 5.Power to Weight ratio is very low. 6.Violets laws of thermodynamics.
  16. 16. Conclusion: So Friends wake up and go to burn oil, The time has to be come.  So by reviewing this topic of “Free Energy” we can conclude that devices developed till today by researches are just Gravity convertors and not PMM Machines,So might be possible to build this machine in future as it is till an topic of research.
  17. 17. More at : www.ppg.com.co.in Mechanical Blog: www.pawankumargurav.blogspot.com Contact at: www.smspawan.tk

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