### The Gravitational Mechanical Energy Generator

During initial first stage prototyping, various proposed pertual motion designs were attempted. As expected, all these methods failed and produced no movement.

Through trial and error, mechanical energy delivery was first observed with a concentrated grouping of hanging weights, creating enough pulling power for the chain to be pulled forward by the force of gravity.

Through further development, a double-sided rounded rectangular track was created. With rounded corners the gravity enablers can freely travel around the circumference.

By emulating a see saw, the track can be swivelled in either direction by a DC motor, thereby creating artificial perpetual motion.

### Gravitational Mechanical Energy delivery - right slanted

### Second 1

Input force = 117.6 Newton

Input RPM: 60

Rotation conversion = 1:6

Output RPM = 360

Output force = 19.8 Newton

Magentic Generator Rotational Torque at given RPM = 0.03 Nm pW

**Power Out = 666 Watt**

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Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

less

Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

### Second 2

Input force = 117.6 Newton

Input RPM: 60

Rotation conversion = 1:6

Output RPM = 360

Output force = 19.8 Newton

Magentic Generator Rotational Torque at given RPM = 0.03 Nm pW

**Power Out = 666 Watt**

**less**

Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

### Second 3

Input force = 117.6 Newton

Input RPM: 60

Rotation conversion = 1:6

Output RPM = 360

Output force = 19.8 Newton

Magentic Generator Rotational Torque at given RPM = 0.03 Nm

**Power Out = 666 Watt**

**less**

Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

### Second 4

Input force = 117.6 Newton

Input RPM: 60

Rotation conversion = 1:6

Output RPM = 360

Output force = 19.8 Newton

Magentic Generator Rotational Torque at given RPM = 0.03 Nm

**Power Out = 666 Watt**

### Second 4

DC Motor powered track part rotation

Input force = 117.6 Newton

Input RPM = 1

Rotation conversion = 1:1

Output RPM = 1

Output force = 117.6 Newton

**Power In (DC Motor Operation) = 97 Watt**

### Gravitational Mechanical Energy delivery - left slanted

### Second 1

Input force = 117.6 Newton

Input RPM: 60

Rotation conversion = 1:6

Output RPM = 360

Output force = 19.8 Newton

Magentic Generator Rotational Torque at given RPM = 0.03 Nm pW

**Power Out = 666 Watt**

**less**

Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

### Second 2

Input force = 117.6 Newton

Input RPM: 60

Rotation conversion = 1:6

Output RPM = 360

Output force = 19.8 Newton

Magentic Generator Rotational Torque at given RPM = 0.03 Nm pW

**Power Out = 666 Watt**

**less**

Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

### Second 3

Input force = 117.6 Newton

Input RPM: 60

Rotation conversion = 1:6

Output RPM = 360

Output force = 19.8 Newton

Magentic Generator Rotational Torque at given RPM = 0.03 Nm

**Power Out = 666 Watt**

**less**

Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

Power In (DC motor standby) = (25 Watt)

### Second 4

Input force = 117.6 Newton

Input RPM: 60

Rotation conversion = 1:6

Output RPM = 360

Output force = 19.8 Newton

Magentic Generator Rotational Torque at given RPM = 0.03 Nm

**Power Out = 666 Watt**

### Second 4

DC Motor powered track part rotation

Input force = 117.6 Newton

Input RPM = 1

Rotation conversion = 1:1

Output RPM = 1

Output force = 117.6 Newton