Big Load Pendulum Test scenario

he experimenter waits for 20 seconds to ensure that the closed system is all in relative peace. Then within a duration of 30 seconds remote controlling FTG is started and then stopped. We have observed that the whole system consists of the SDD Flywheel, the body of the FTG and the wheel (the load) receives a speed of rotation of approximately two rev/min around the vertical axis without any interaction with external agents or objects. In fact the Law of Conservation of Angular Momentum and the Newtonian Laws of dynamics about rotation are violated and we can assure this during the next 60 seconds. Finally to stop rotation of the FTG is switched on a few times to produce an approximate / equal and opposite angular momentum.

“Rr”, “Rr” in plastic bag and Sum “T” scenario

We must assure that the body of the FTG is in relative peace. The FTG is switched on for a short time making a few revolutions only. After switching off the FTG maintains, as the line of the new position (string) is not (very) twisted. The experimenter is repeated in the opposite direction. Then the Generator is switched on in purpose to twist the line in one direction. Then we can check the FTG to see how much the line has twisted by observing the speed of its self unwinding. If the twisting is not enough tit is continued. Ones the line is twisted enough we then try to maintain a stable position of the FTG against the elastic torque on the twisted line by reducing the nominal speed of rotation of the SDD Flywheel. Because these early models have "on" and "off" switching modes only the SDD Flywheel’s speed can be reduced, by periodically switching it on and off and thus the stable position can be maintained with pulsations. Then we can decide to whether to continue twisting against the elastic torque of the twisted line or whetrer to switch over the FTG generating reactionless torque in the same direction of the elastic torque of the twisted line making the FTG rotate very fast, unwinding the line or we may leave it to self unwind.

Three periods of the FTG work can be distinguished:

First period: The SDD Flywheel accelerates from zero to nominal speed of rotation generating angular momentum like Reaction Wheel (+RW1) and angular momentum like Free Torque Generator ( +FTG1), both in a “positive” direction.

Second period: The SDD Flywheel rotates with a nominal speed of rotation generating a reacrionless torque in a “positive” direction only (+FTG2). The second period is unlimited, therefore this is the reason to call the device a “generator”.

Third period: The SDD Flywheel reduces its speed from nominal o zero generating an “opposite” angular momentum like Reaction Wheel ( -RW3) and a “positive” one like Free Torque Generator ( +FTG3).

If the second period is short +FTG2 is small and the device works similarly to the Reaction Wheel or as we can call it the “angular momentum exchanger”. However as the second period is bigger it has as much the influence of the -RW3 and becomes smaller and the device works mostly like FTG.

If the inertia moment of the system is not big, the -RW3 angular momentum is big enough to stop the generator during the second period rotation. But if, as in the case of the “Big Load”, the inertia moment of the system is big enough and the second period is big enough too the -RW3 can not stop it.
In the case of the "Big Load" pendulum test, the evidence of the workability of the FTG is in the existing of remaining speed of rotation of the closed system after the SDD Flywheel is stopped.
The evidence of the workability in the other cases is in the ability of the FTG to rotate against the elastic torque of the already twisted line, twisting it more and more doing this by nominal (changeless) speed of rotation of the SDD Flywheel.



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