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thread384-429992 The inertial tran

thread384-429992 The inertial tran

thread384-429992 The inertial tran

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thread384-429992: Constantinesco Gearless Torque Converter
The inertial transmission system of George Gugo Constatinesco is simple to understand, but it becomes difficult because of certain teachings that I particularly find to be erroneous or misinterpreted. This system does not use a convertional transmission as we are accustomed to seeing on every vehicle we know. The two important aspects for the understanding of the device of Constantinesco are the pendulum and the centrifugal inertial force. All that Constantinesco does, there are others besides him that also did and all the patents are expired is simply to take advantage of the incredible potential of the centrifugal force present in the circular movement, many tried or tried through the unbalanced wheel, but it does not work. Now with a pendulum yes, because this describes a trajectory in the form of an arc, consequently appears the centrifugal force. This system is reduced to two pendulums working side by side, but one against one another, when one goes to the right the other goes to the left, then the two go against each other. A car of approximately 1,000 kg, with 1.6 liters, goes from 0 to 100 km / h in 11.03 seconds, is the Fiat Type has a power of 82cv at 5750 rpm, so it needs to generate a force of 2,400 Newtons . Now if we take two pendulums with a mass of 0.25 kg with a rod of 0.15 meters and oscillate at a frequency of 20 Hertz, equivalent to a rotation of 1200rpm, in a arc of 30 degrees, we will obtain a unidirectional force of 6,300 Newtons. This is what Constantinesco realized and we do not need a higher level to see this, we just want to.
The first step is to accept that the centrifugal force is the real one, the centripetal is confused with tensile force, of gravity and on. Below is a small example of displacement through centrifugal force.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-JKa4Bexz0&li...

Here a mathematical analysis of what happens.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vxP_0_9S_U&in...

Good luck

RE: thread384-429992 The inertial tran

The demonstration in the first few seconds of the first video are a bit bogus. A suitable spring on the front of the cart would improve the distance travelled substantially. As for the 'maths' TL;DW.

Cheers

Greg Locock


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