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Free Energy of the Oscillating Pendulum-Lever System

Neboj?a Simin
Year: 2007
Keywords: two-stage oscillator, free energy, orbital damping, radial damping

This study explains the effect of creating the free energy in the device made of:

  1. oscillating pendulum-lever system
  2. system for initiating and maintaining the oscillation of the pendulum, and
  3. system which uses the energy of the device by damping the oscillation of the lever

Serbian inventor Veljko Milkovi? (www.veljkomilkovic.com) has developed series of such machines based on two-stage oscillator for producing energy. The operation of the machine is based on forced oscillation of the pendulum, since the axis of the pendulum affects one of the arms of the two-armed lever by a force which varies periodically. Part of the total oscillation energy of the pendulum-lever system is changed into work for operating a pump, a press, rotor of an electric generator or some other user system. The creation of free energy was proved by a great number of physical models.

The effect of creating the free energy is defined in this study as the difference between the energy which is the machine transfers to the user system by the lever and the energy which is input from the environment in order to maintain the oscillation of the pendulum. Appearance of the free energy is not in accordance with the energy conservation law. The effect of creating the free energy results from the difference between the work of the orbital damping forces of the lever and the work of the radial damping force of the pendulum motion. This effect enables increase of the input energy. The coefficient of efficiency of the machine can be more than one.