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We have discovered how to convert the effects of centrifugal force (g-force) into kinetic motion. This process is previously undocumented and is not yet named. The mathematics to explain this process predicted that under 1G a small amount of the effects of centrifugal force would add to the overall energy of a cart rolling down an inclined plane. In a scientifically valid experiment we demonstrated the ability to convert the effects of g-force into kinetic motion when a 4-wheel cart with the technology built into it accelerated at a greater rate and rolled further than the same cart with the technology inactive. The conversion of the effects of g-force were added to the overall kinetic energy of the cart. This experiment was conducted on Earth under normal gravity (1G) which makes the conversion relatively small and difficult to even notice without precision measuring equipment, however the mathematical prediction was verified by the experimental result. (see Experimental Verification for details)



The mathematics indicate that when our design feature is subjected to multiple g-force conditions the conversion increases at a geometric rate up to some yet unknown limit that will be restricted by the characteristics of the materials yet to be selected in its construction. We propose to computer-model the design feature and key aspect of the cart wheel so that we can computer simulate varied features and materials to discover and quantify the design and material combination that maximizes the output under computer simulated multiple g-force conditions. Computer modeling and simulation affords the least expensive and shortest timeframe to further verify and quantify the mathematics and design.



Based upon the mathematical predictions and experimentation we have conceived an electro-mechanical device that will very efficiently create the conditions inside the device to take advantage of the process. We propose that the entire system be computer modeled and operated via computer simulation. Computer modeling will be less expensive with a shorter timeframe affording our future OEM manufacturer partners the ability to modify the design for their specific application and then output system components via 3D printing technologies resulting in a fully functional physical prototype for their use.

Our device design relies on two variable, computer controlled sources of energy to operate: 1. Stored renewable energy from a battery and 2. The conversion of g-force directly into kinetic motion. The quantities from each source is varied by a computer depending on the load demand and conditions inside the device.

 A. A majority of conventional electricity generation systems burn a fuel to create kinetic motion from which electricity can be generated. Our technology also relies on kinetic motion but we use “free”, stored renewable electricity as our “fuel” to create kinetic motion, not via a conventional motor, instead we will use a repulsive magnetic drive system, driving from the outside-in using less energy and less heat while providing a mechanical advantage.

B. Our device has multiple generator (masses) that roll within a containment in a nearly frictionless environment via air bearings and maglev technologies. At start-up and low RPM, 100% of the energy required to create kinetic motion will come from the battery.

C. As the device increases in RPM, the masses will be subjected to increased levels of centrifugal force. When RPMs are doubled, g-force is quadrupled and conventionally it requires quadruple the energy to double the RPM’s. With our design it is possible to double the RPM’s to get quadruple the g-force but only expend double the energy.

Note: Whenever heat and energy are conserved in a process, more energy is available to do the work of the device.

D. As the device approaches optimal RPM a proprietary design aspect inside each rolling mass begins to convert a small portion of the effects of centrifugal force directly into kinetic motion. As RPMs increase, g-force increases and more and more of the kinetic motion (that is the turning of the device) will come from g-force. As more and more energy enters the system, in order to maintain a given RPM, the computer will stabilize the amount of overall kinetic motion by reducing the quantity coming from the battery. Then, a given RPM is maintained while a high value of torque is created.

E. At optimal RPM the generator will be creating 30kW continuous while kinetic motion from the battery’s input is reduced to 5%, 90% of the kinetic motion will come from the conversion of g-force and 5% is lost.  The system has a balanced conservation of energy equation as 5% + 90% + 5% = 100%

Energy was neither created or destroyed. What evaluators need to understand is that this is a brand new process that has been previously undocumented. Nobody else in the world knows how to covert the effects of centrifugal force into kinetic motion and therefore it is omitted from anyone else’s conservation of energy calculation and consideration.

Note: Our process is not perpetual motion as it does not meet the definitions of such a device, for example an outside energy source is always required. It is not getting something for nothing; it is getting something from somewhere new. It does not violate any laws of physics; only works differently than conventional wisdom thinks it has to. We have conceived a low-friction, ultra high efficiency mechanical device to take advantage of this new aspect of physics; conversion of g-force into kinetic motion and have provisionally patented the design.

The device will be far superior to existing conventional energy generation and existing renewables because energy drawn off a battery for heating, cooling etc... is not drawn off at 100% like all other technologies, instead when our technology is used it is reduces draw off the battery to as low as 5%, enabling the generator to operate far longer without any environmental impact.

Several aspects make this technology possible, including:
1. Ultra high efficient creation of kinetic motion
2. Low friction environment; low heat
3. Use of mechanical advantage
4. Use of high speed computers and sensors to vary, control the input sources
5. New, proprietary ability to convert the effects of g-force into kinetic motion