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OSE Free Energy Pendulum

OSE Free Energy Pendulum

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The Bedini coil pushes
on the pendulum of
the Milkovic 2 stage
mechanical oscillator.
the Bedini coil was
first used on a
"standard" Bedini
setup. it was found to
start very easily which
lead me to think this
might work. We have
apparently combined
two free energy
devices. The coil is
20awg & 21awg
approx 1200 turns
400ohms added
resistance on the
trigger coil, solid bar
iron core.

Brian Berrett of Lehi, Utah
has built a two-bicycle-wheel
device designed to use the
patented
principle set forth by Veljko
Milkovic in order to produce
electrical amplification.

It is presented here in its rudimentary beginnings, to spur research by others who
can accelerate its development into something practical that could be easily built
to produce useful free energy output.
While sophisticated commercial versions are likewise encouraged, the emphasis
here should be on simplicity, both in materials and in construction, using off-the-
shelf components easily obtainable anywhere in the world.

Motor Diagram -- Introduction

The following is a simple representation of the secondary oscillator
amplification effect put forth by Veljko Milkovic.

The input energy required to keep the pendulum swinging on the right, as
measured by the fish scale, is at least ten times less than the output force
generated on the secondary oscillator as measured by the bathroom scale.
Based on that concept, Brian Berrett came up with the following design.

Bicycle wheels are used because of their bearings to allow low-friction
oscillations -- not continuous rotation.
The 12-inch wheel on the right is affixed by its axle to the perimeter of the 26-
inch wheel. A counter-balance weight is affixed on the opposite side of the 26-
inch wheel.
The spring helps keep the mechanism in proper alignment.
The 12-inch wheel on the right serves as the primary pendulum. Its oscillations
are kept in motion by the drive coil.
As the primary pendulum oscillates back and forth, it creates a secondary up
and down oscillation in the 26-inch wheel.
The magnets affixed around the perimeter of the 26-inch wheel induce
electrical current in the coils as they pass back and forth by them.

Rudimentary Beginning

As presently configured, this system is not stable. The longest Berrett has been
able to run his system has been about fifteen seconds. Obviously, the many
variables need to be tweaked to come up with a formula that results in a stable,
continuously running output.

The Challenge

This system produces very high torque at very low frequency -- the opposite of
what is optimal for electrical generation.

Driver Circuit

Circuit function description:

The magnetic reed switch is activated by a small magnet attached to the
pendulum wheel. It is preferred that the magnetic reed switch is switched on and
off as quickly as possible, when the large drive magnet and coil are aligned
center to center.
The capacitor acts as a delay-off to keep the power MOSFET on for an
adjustable period of time after the magnetic reed switch is off. This allows for a
good magnetic push in the direction the pendulum is swinging. This delay is
adjustable through the variable resistor, but the delay must be short enough to
turn off before the pendulum changes direction, and moves back towards the
drive coil.
The 1k resistor is merely a protection component to make sure there is not a
short through the reed switch when the variable resistor is adjusted to minimum.
It is important to stay within the absolute maximum ratings of the MOSFET.
You may need to adjust the values of the capacitor and resistors to achieve the
proper timing.

Berrett is willing to provide the circuit board to people experimenting with this
technology. More info and pricing available soon.
He used doorbell ringers for the coils.

Building and Design Notes

Lever and pendulum must vibrate at the same resonant frequency.
Lever frequency is adjusted by changing the lever weight and/or spring strength or
tension.
Pendulum frequency is adjusted by swing length only.
Leverage distance (distance between wheel axles) is adjustable, and will change the
rate of motion of the two wheels, but not the frequency.
More weight equals more power! System must be tuned.

Drive coil can be one or two coils (push
one direction or both) and requires
electronic flip-flop circuit or logic
frequency divider circuit (see following
diagram). * 26 inch bike wheel axle is
mounted to the upright backboard.
12 inch bike wheel axle is attached to the
rim of the 26 inch wheel.

Close-up of circuit and one induction coil
(doorbell ringer).

Results

Mechanical Lever

The force measured on the bathroom scale from the secondary oscillations in the
lever are more than ten times the force required to keep the primary pendulum in
oscillation, as measured by the fish scale.

Electrical

There is only a small electrical advantage with just six induction coils on the
secondary oscillator wheel as presently configured. The input coil consumes 1
amp at twelve volts at approximately a 20% duty cycle which comes to around
2.4 Watts. The output is between 200 and 300 m Amps, at between 14 and 15
Volts, which comes to around 3.5 Watts AC (sine wave). These are very rough
measurements and don't represent a full curve analysis of the input and output.

Conclusions
The mechanical results indicate that with the proper configuration, significant net
electrical gain could be possible, providing enough energy to keep the system
operational while producing excess electricity for practical use.
The challenge will be to devise a mechanism whereby the low-frequency, high
torque output in the secondary oscillator can be converted efficiently into
electricity. Usually, generators require high rpm at low torque -- the opposite as
what is presented here.

If the secondary wheel is surrounded by induction coils, the electrical output
would increase. However, it is not likely that this low-speed, high torque situation
is preferable to other mechanisms for converting the mechanical force into
electricity.
Proper engineering is likely to result in many different practical solutions.

the opposite as what is presented here.
If the secondary wheel is surrounded by induction coils, the electrical output
would increase. However, it is not likely that this low-speed, high torque situation
is preferable to other mechanisms for converting the mechanical force into
electricity.
Proper engineering is likely to result in many different practical solutions.

Ideas for Improvement
Add a spring on the left side to balance the spring on the right, to help stabilize
the apparatus. --

Flywheel

Use a ratcheting flywheel attached to a generator via a geared-up ratio.

Piezoelectric Micro Generators

Try piezoelectric micro generators made from plastics doped to be piezoelectric.
There are piezoplastics that if bent a few degrees will give milliwatts of

electricity. Stacked in large arrays and oscillated by a cam or “brush? these could

generate significant power from low speed oscillations of a few hertz. Note the
brush would be mounted on the larger main wheel and the piezos anchored to the
back wall. Each piezo should have a corresponding brush unit with a few brush
units at each end to cover the ends of each oscillation. The power should be put
through a bridge rectifier to a storage capacitor to smooth the power output. --
http://phys.org/news90512153.html

Measurable inputs and outputs

We need a much more controlled and measurable input device. Poking it with
fingers will not do. The forces of a finger on the pendulum and the resistance
needs to be measured. Might I suggest a sensor on the pendulum and the beam if
both are correct, in reach, a servo or magnet tugs the pendulum. Both the force

of this ‘tug’, its frequency and the energy lost to friction at the point of contact

need to be measurable. One option is to power the magnet from the devices
power output but a chain of two or more capacitors would be needs to break the
time effects and prevent adverse feed back. Precise measurements of all forces
both inputs and out puts must be made.

estimates are not good enough. Energy is time dependant a small slow push can
have the same energy as a large but faster out put push. One Newton for 2 seconds
can out put as 4 Newton's in ½ a second.

Full Rotation

Full rotation of the pendulum will eliminate the low frequency/ gravitational
acceleration limitation issue while maintaining the same system effect. [Force
vectors of pendulum swing from highest point equal those of rotation.] One could
simply align the device horizontal so that a small motor may be mounted to drive
an unbalanced rotor through full rotations allowing much higher frequency
oscillations. One could also add more imbalanced rotors for balance, increased
efficiency, to eliminate unnecessary vibration, or even to induce rotation of the
main wheel instead of oscillations. --

inventor: Brian Berrett

Brian Berrett is a small business entrepreneur and has been self employed since
1998. He started two businesses. One is an electric bicycle business based in Los
Angeles, CA, and primarily sells conversion kits. The second is an electric vehicle
conversion company in Utah that he is presently managing. See http://www.e-
volks.com/index.html? Berrett graduated from Pasadena City College with
degrees in Electro-optics and Physics. he has experience working for NASA with
Jet Propulsion Laboratories in the Education Department,

It only takes a fraction of this force to keep the pendulum swinging. Maybe only
1/12 the power, as Milkovic mentioned. So every time the pendulum swings, you
get 3 times the force pulling down on the lever with only a fraction of the power
needed to keep it swinging. One only needs to tap that power on the other end of
the lever.
Maybe a crank connected to a flywheel could be used to tap that power. Then
connect the flywheel to a generator using gear ratios to generate enough RPMs to
run the generator. A fraction of that power produced is then fed back to solenoids
to sustain the pendulum swing of about 90 degrees.
Of course in the process of converting mechanical to electrical you will loose
some due to inefficiencies, but with a ratio of 1 to 12 input to output, we have a
lot of room for it.

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