Basic Explanations

If we have a flywheel that rotates around its axis simultaneously turning about a second axis perpendicular to the axis of rotation, a precession torque is then generated about a third of the axis perpendicular to both the axis of rotation and the second one.

Basic Suppositions

1. An idea is based on a notion which is a result of a number of generated pairs of forces acting around the flywheel’s center from each diametrical direction.
2. The next step is the supposition of that a certain moment of time during the flywheel’s rotation around its axis of rotation and its simultaneous turning or rotation about a second axis, that there are a pair of forces that appear with a maximal magnitude on the radial directions of the flywheel that pass through certain orientations. Vice-versa, there is another pair of forces that appear with minimal magnitude on other radial directions passing through a line perpendicular to the certain orientations.
3. Therefore one can suppose that each pair of forces acting upon two equal distances from the flywheel's center along one diametrical direction, elementary pieces of mass periodically changes its magnitude from zero to maximum and from the maximum to zero.
4. One then may suppose that each force from the pair periodically changes their direction as well.
5. This periodicity or regularity delivers an opportunity for creating high-frequency consecutive momentums of single pair forces by introducing a cyclic second movement synchronized with the flywheel’s rotation around its axis of rotation. This would create two-stroke cyclic movements that can be arranged by means of a flywheel having a mass that is concentrated along predetermined radial directions.

Basic actions or how the suppositions can work

1. If we compose a flywheel consisting of two shaped like work branches opposite sectors taken from the “usual” disk shaped flywheel we can have a kind of flywheel with a mass concentrated along one diametrical direction only named here the “Sector rated in Diametrical Direction” or simply “SDD Flywheel”. This way the precession torque that is generated by a single pair of forces acting from one diametrical direction only.


2. Then we can shake this SDD Flywheel around the second axis in the way that the flywheel is turned in one direction and when the single pair of forces act with maximal magnitude and vice-versa it is turned to the opposite direction when the single pair of forces act with minimal magnitude.

Basic resulted effect

1. The forces from the pair act in one direction taken as the “positive one” when they reach maximal magnitude however they act in opposite direction when they reach minimal magnitude. This way a number of big positive precession angular momentums are generated and are accompanied with the same number of small opposite precession angular momentums. The result is unidirectional and permanent, the precession torque acting around the third axis is named the “Active” one.

2. The big positive precession angular momentums require a hard turning of the SDD Flywheel around the second axis in one direction, the same as the small opposite precession angular momentums that require a weak turning in the opposite direction around the same axis. So their Newtonian reactions are a number of big angular momentums opposite the "one" direction accompanied with the same number of small, opposite the "opposite" angular momentums. The result is unidirectional and the permanent torque acting about the second axis is named here “Reactive of Turning” or simply “Rt”.

3. The Newtonian reaction of the drive torque making the SDD Flywheel to rotate around its axis of rotation is an equal and opposite reactive torque named here “Reactive of Rotation” or simply “Rr”.

Basic Conclusions

We see three perpendiculars,all other torques act unidirectional and permanent from the SDD Flywheel to vehicle.
The picture is quite different from the Newtonian concept introduced actually by Galileo.
This way a 3D concept is achieved.

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