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03-06-2014, 12:21 PM
RE: Infinite Energy
(03-06-2014 10:27 AM)Chas Wrote:  
(03-06-2014 10:13 AM)phani Wrote:  thank you for making me aware ,but what if the input of energy is given at regular intervals of time???it would give out more energy than it used wouldn't it??

No, it won't.

The energy output of the turbine is always less that its energy input because some energy is lost due to friction. So over time the output will power the electromagnets less and less which will in turn power the turbine less and less which will in turn ...

There are other losses besides friction, but you get the idea.

As for adding power at intervals - where did that energy come from? Consider

Fortunately the Earth is not a closed system, and is constantly having energy added to it by the Sun; itself a massive nuclear fusion reactor with enough fuel to last a few billion more years. As far as human consumption goes, we already have all the power we could ever need. The trick however is in converting it into something we can use. So far we'd had some creative, but not terrible efficient, way of doing this. Water power, wind power, and solar power (all are powered by the sun in one way or another) are all means of capturing and converting this power into a preferred work medium; electricity.

We already have a power source, the trick is in harnessing it. Focus more on that then the pipe-dream that is a perpetual motion machine (which even if achieved would only net you power equilibrium, not power generation).

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