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      CommentAuthormicky mouse
    • CommentTimeAug 13th 2013 edited
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    • CommentTimeOct 6th 2013
    Use a microwave instead. It will give u hot plates and cold food.
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2017
    The idea of a two-stage mechanical oscillator is concuering the world! Replicating the two-stage mechanical oscillator with a hand water pump has become a global phenomenon., from Veljko Milković from Serbia

    There is, also, a supstantial growth in scientific research of a two-stage mechanical oscillator at the universities and enthusiasts all over the world. Aside from numerous researchers from USA and EU, the research and mass studies have been intensified in India. Numerous scientific research studies on two-stage mechanical oscillator have been published on several Indian universities. Among them is the world famous University of Nagpur.

    New two-stage oscillator scientific research papers published in India

    Asian Journal of Science and Technology: Two-stage oscillator mechanism for operating a reciprocating pump

    IJRET: Fabrication and analisys of the prendulum pump

    IJRMET: Single acting piston pump using oscillating motion

    IJSRD: Fabrication of device for Generation of energy using two-stagemechanical oscillators

    IJSTR: Swing set irrigation system

    A lot of students choose to do a research study in superefficiency of a two-stage mechanical oscillator and one of those studies can be read on the following link:

    Student presentation of a two-stage oscilator project in India: Structural design and manufacturing using pendulum principle for bucket type water pump

    Likeways, the two-stage mechanical oscillator as a sperefficient mechanism has found it’s way to the international media thanks to numerous enthusiast researchers. The following video contains a TV show on a two-stage mechanical oscillator replicas constructed in a school in India as part of a science project.

    Aside from that, youtube shows an increase in video clips of enthusiasts constructing their own two-stage mechanical oscillator with a hand water-pump, and these are just some of them coming from India.
    • CommentTimeDec 4th 2017

    New and technically original idea - hand water pump with a pendulum - provides alleviation of work, because it is enough to move the pendulum occasionally with a little finger to pump the water, instead of large swings. Using the minimum of human strength in comparison to present classic hand water pumps enables efficient application in irrigation of smaller lots, for water-wells and extinguishing fires even by old people and children, which was proved by a large number of interested future consumers during the presentations.

    Hand water pump with a pendulum is a realisation of a new, original, and even unbelievable, by very simple solution for pumping water. Work is alleviated because easier, long-lasting and effortless use of the hand water pump has been enabled. Input energy for starting the process of pumping, in form of occasional pushing of the pendulum, is much less than with typical hand pumps.

    Hand water pump with a pendulum for pumping water out from wells or reservoirs consists of a cylinder (1) with a piston (2), lever system (3), a seesaw (4), a pendulum (5), a reservoir (6) and output water pipe (7).

    To get the water running out of the pump, the pendulum needs to be out of balance. After that, based on gravitational potential, the piston starts oscillating and the continuous stream of water is coming out of the output pipe. The pendulum should be occasionally pushed, to maintain the amplitude i.e. the stream of water.

    The pump works well with all sizes of the pendulum, but mainly with the amplitude of 90°.

    The advantage of this invention compared to present hand pump solutions are: less force to start the pump, less water consumption, both arms can be used to fetch the water.

    The invention is applicable on other devices that use lever mechanisms, such as a hand press etc.

    It is possible to pump out a 1200 litres of water per hour, without any fatigue and continue with the pumping. Both arms are free for fetching water, and both elderly and children can use it, since maintaining the oscillation of the pendulum does not request any special training or dexterity.

    Whereas typical hand pumps require significant effort and an average person can use the pump continuously only for several minutes, the hand water pump needs the minimum of the effort, because it is only necessary to swing the pendulum and maintain the oscillation for several hours, without any fatigue.

    All details on the hand water pump with a pendulum and the information can be provided by the author, Veljko Milković, who is willing for any form of cooperation with all potential strategic partners and customers for production and application. So far, there was a lot of interest for the application of the hand water pump with a pendulum both in domestic and foreign markets, as well as for further development of the product.
    • CommentTimeFeb 7th 2018
    There is a really, really interesting video by Velko Milkovic, I will link to it below and now describe why I find it so interesting. It is an extremely simple experiment. There is a cart with a tilted roof attached to it. A steel ball is rolled down the roof, hits a barrier at the bottom of the tilted roof and the cart moves forward. Next the same steel ball is attached to a swivel arm from the center of the roof of the cart forming a pendulum. The ball is now dropped from the pendulum and Mr. Milkovic demonstrates that the cart moves over three times as far as when there was an (essentially) inelastic collision from the steel ball. However, it was not until quite recently that I comprehended the full import of this. Leaving aside the difference between the pendulum and an inelastic collision, the cart can't move at all from the pendulum, at least per Newton, it should simply oscillate back and forth with zero change in the center of mass. How do I explain what I am thinking... the system is self-contained, the ball is dropped swings on the pendulum, !around a fixed pivot point on the cart! and the cart moves. It is self-contained. If the cart moves at all, as was demonstrated, this, it doesn't imply, it means, that if one were in space and waved one's arms faster in one direction then the other one would move. It is a self-contained system, this demonstrates massless propulsion. Anyone got a better explanation? Oh and don't forget we can check out your BS in the equivalent of a kindergarten sandbox.

    I like these gravity related experiments with big steel balls. We can't "see" the force of gravity any more then electricity or magnetism but I suspect if we can comprehend it a bit more it has parallels in other forces, and we are much more used to experiencing the effects of gravity. We don't understand or have a physics for circular motion, forget reinventing the wheel, we don't understand the wheel.

    Lastly, I slowed the video down to frame-by-frame to try and observe just what the heck is going on. One thing I would note is that if you look at one full almost 360 degree swing of the pendulum and stop it there, you find that at that exact point the cart has moved forward approximately the same distance as the total distance the cart moved when impacted by the free rolling steel ball in an inelastic collision. The ball, however, is only about 1/8 or less down the slope. Not sure exactly (alright, alright, I'm exactly sure) what that means for free energy, a pendulum with one swing moves a cart the same distance as a rolling ball striking with an inelastic collision though it ends up only having traveled 1/8 of the way down the same hill.

    Here is the very "simple" video. Superiority of Pendulum Drive - Potential Energy to Kinetic Energy - YouTube
    • CommentTimeMar 31st 2018
    Mr Milkovic has been peddling his machines for many many years. None of them have ever been shown to do anything except wind down slowly after being wound up.