Earth minus Greed ≈ Heaven; Earth plus Urge to satisfy Greed ≈ Hell

THEORY OF PERPETUAL MOTION & PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS HOW TO MANIPULATE 2ND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS Internal Propulsion Theory Perpetual Inflation

BY SANOY SAMUEL

Earth minus Greed ≈ Heaven; Earth plus Urge to satisfy Greed ≈ Hell

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Theory & Classifications of perpetual motion & its mechanisms How to overcome disadvantage imposed by 2nd law of thermodynamics on heat engines Introduction on Internal Propulsion Theory & Perpetual Inflation.

PRINCIPLE OF PERPETUAL MOTION PERPETUAL MOTION can be defined as DYNAMICALLY STABILIZED UNSTABLE EQUILIBRIUM Types of Perpetual Motion Based on type of motion 1) Perpetual rotation: Constant-forced rotation 2) Perpetual vibration/reciprocation: Constant-forced vibration/reciprocation 3) Perpetual translation: Constant-forced translation, like rolling down an infinite sized hill 4) Perpetual power inflation: Acceleration of acceleration /dynamic force Method for producing perpetual motion:    

Using dynamic forces like shifting weights Asymmetric force distribution Angular reaction-constant force system Infinite spiral concept

In this document I will try to explain Perpetual motion mechanism using angular reaction-constant force system and their various types Angular Reaction-Constant Force System

Now if we apply the above concept around a disc either radial or axial direction to obtain rotary perpetual motion as described below. For this let’s consider bar magnets. Straight line motion of bar magnets in figure below will exert force (F) on disc, which will provide reaction (R) to form a tangential force (M), resulting in circular motion. TOP VEIW SIDE VEIW

AXIAL ARRANGEMENT OF MAGNETS

Earth minus Greed ≈ Heaven; Earth plus Urge to satisfy Greed ≈ Hell If we arrange more these bar magnets around the circular discs as described, parallel to each other, then we obtain a Rotary Perpetual Motion Mechanism. The magnetic force described above can be replaced or used in combination with other forces like electro static, gravitation, pressure, stress forces/fields etc. This would create infinite variety of perpetual motion mechanism. ND

HOW TO OVERCOME THE DISADVANTAGE IMPOSED BY 2ND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS ON HEAT ENGINES

Higher efficiency perpetual motion In heat engines potential energy of fluid (like air-fuel mixture) (P.EFLUID)is converted into kinetic energy of that fluid (K.EFLUID) by combustion, then this kinetic energy of fluid is converted into kinetic energy of the engine shaft (K.ESHAFT) by mechanism like piston-cylinder .i.e., P.EFLUID→ K.EFLUID → K.ESHAFT The intermediate step of this process is the reason the makes temperature difference key ingredient of this cycle & it adds unwanted inefficiency to the system. This can be done by using pressure of the system to extract its internal energy instead of relying on temperature difference; this would also increase the efficiency of the system. .i.e., P.EFLUID → K.ESHAFT The mechanism for achieving this can work on same principles as described in last topic (A Angular Reaction-Constant Force System). For this constant force is pressure/stress on the mechanism & necessary reaction can be supplied by material strength INCLINED PLANE CYLINDER HOUSING WRAPPED AROUND AN AXIS

CYLINDER HOUSING (circular disc with ports for fluid in/exhaust)

P 2-DIMENSIONAL REPRESENTATION DOWNHILL MOTION SPIRAL INCLINED PLANE

UPHILL RETURN MOTION BY ZERO PRESSURE JUMP, .i.e., PRESSURE IS REMOVED BEFORE STARTING RETURN MOTION

In this system weight has been replaced by pressure/stress acting on spiral inclined plane. As the magnitude of pressure is much greater than that of weight, so the system designed with this principle should more compact compared to hydroelectric project for same output THIS SYSTEM WILL ALSO ABSORB WASTE HEAT CREATED BY FRICTION

INTERNAL ENERGY OF THE SYSTEM SYSTEM

CREATING WORK OUT PUT BY CONVERTING PRESSURE ENERGY TO WORK WITH MECHANISM AS DESCRIBED ABOVE

REFRIGERATION UNIT

HEAT ENGINE –REFRIGERATION SYSTEM USED TO EXPLAIN VIOLATION OF 2ND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS EXPELING HEAT OUT OF THE SYSTEM

HEAT ENGINE

RETURNING HEAT BACK TO THE SYSTEM