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How The Axletree Dynamo Works

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Diagram 1

         Diagram 1 is a side view of the Axletree Dynamo. The black arrows show the direction the magnetic energy is moving. Either the north or south pole can be used, as both will cause the same repelling action. For this diagram I have used the south pole. The magnetic bed needs to be one continuous magnet and not a series of several magnets placed together. Each piston can have its own two inch wide magnetic bed running the path needed for manipulating the pistons, or the magnetic bed can be one large magnet which is used to manipulate all four pistons. Also, Diagram 1 labels all the major visible parts of the Axletree Dynamo.    

Diagram 2

         Diagram 2 is a front view of the wheel in phase 1 (explained in Diagram 3) with labels of all the major visible parts of the Axletree Dynamo.    

Diagram 3

         There are three basic phase locations for the rotating wheel of 15 degrees each. In one complete rotation of the wheel these same 3 phases will occur 8 times for a total of 24 phases of 15 degrees each.
     Diagram 3 is a side view of the wheel in phase 1. The green end piston is standing plumb (straight up and down) and has a neutral power ratio with gravity creating neither a negative or positive weight ratio to gravity. The purple end piston is fully extended to the right (in the direction the wheel is moving) creating a +1 weight ratio to gravity. The blue end piston has the same weight ratio to gravity as the purple end piston. The red end piston is extended to the right 1/8, and to the left 7/8. This creates a total weight ratio to gravity on the right side of the wheel of +2 1/8. The left has a -7/8 weight ratio to gravity. When the left weight ratio is subtracted from the right weight ration a +1 1/4 weight ratio to gravity on the right side is created.
   

Diagram 4

         Diagram 4 is a side view of the wheel in phase 2. The green end piston is fully extended to the right creating a +1 weight ratio to gravity. The purple end piston has the same weight ratio to gravity as the green end piston. This creates a total weight ratio to gravity on the right side of the wheel of +2. The blue end piston’s weight is evenly placed on each side of the wheel creating a neutral weight ratio to gravity. The red end piston is fully extended to the left creating a -1 weight ratio to gravity. When the left weight ratio is subtracted from the right weight ratio a +1 weight ratio to gravity on the right side is created.    

Diagram 5

         Diagram 5 is a side view of the wheel in phase 3. The green end piston is fully extended to the right creating a +1 weight ratio to gravity. The purple end piston has the same weight ratio to gravity as the green end piston. The blue end piston is extended to the right 1/4, and to the left 3/4. The red end piston is fully extended to the left creating a -1 weight ratio to gravity. This creates a total weight ratio to gravity on the left side of the wheel -1 3/4. The total weight ratio to gravity on the right side of the wheel is +2 1/4. When the left weight ratio is subtracted from the right weight ratio a +1/2 weight ratio to gravity on the right side is created.
     You will notice that each phase has a different weight ratio to gravity. This would cause the wheel to move slowest during phase 3, and fastest during phase 1. However, at no time is the gravity neutralized so to cause the wheel to stop. The animation below, of the wheel in motion, shows the slowing and quickening of the wheel as it passes through each phase.
   

Working Axletree Dynamo
Axletree Dynamo In Motion
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