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  1. Guest

    This is a new design for Gyroscopic Inductance circuit for DC current
    production using the gyroscope itself as the induction circuit for
    long term space flight. It will produce Direct current from a
    gyroscope functioning in a zero gravitational field as an inductance
    circuit. The two non-permeable gimbals’ armatures rotate around a
    permanent inner magnet 180 degrees out of phase from one another
    giving 360 degrees of a full rotation that allow a 100% duty cycle
    when precession occurs. A north and south alignment on the spherical
    inner permanent magnet rotates around the central centrifugal spin
    axis witch doubles as a rotor flywheel. I have been working on the
    proto type for 15 years now utilizing nano carbon fiber as the coils
    in the inductor circuit; they are imbedded into the gyro’s non-
    permeable gimbals in a zigzag pattern un-like the coils in an
    induction circuit. Magnetic couplers between the gyroscopes parts
    reduce further fatigue on the motor parts and reduce friction. There
    are strategically placed permeable alloys in the gimbal armatures when
    pulsed with DC current create magnetic field areas that interact with
    the rotor for start, stop and homing of the gimbals. if gravitational
    interference occurs in space flight a dc pulsed circuit 90 degrees
    adjacent from the rotor flywheel controlled with small pulses of
    current to control initial spin and braking on the central rotor while
    motor functions are restored as needed, This design has several viable
    applications for aro space industry. If solar panel deployment fails
    or damages to solar panels this is a solid backup for running the
    system operations of satellites and communication and instrumentation,
    imaging instrumentation devices for space flight.
     
  2. Bob Eld

    Bob Eld Guest

    This is a new design for Gyroscopic Inductance circuit for DC current
    production using the gyroscope itself as the induction circuit for
    long term space flight. It will produce Direct current from a
    gyroscope functioning in a zero gravitational field as an inductance
    circuit. The two non-permeable gimbals’ armatures rotate around a
    permanent inner magnet 180 degrees out of phase from one another
    giving 360 degrees of a full rotation that allow a 100% duty cycle
    when precession occurs. A north and south alignment on the spherical
    inner permanent magnet rotates around the central centrifugal spin
    axis witch doubles as a rotor flywheel. I have been working on the
    proto type for 15 years now utilizing nano carbon fiber as the coils
    in the inductor circuit; they are imbedded into the gyro’s non-
    permeable gimbals in a zigzag pattern un-like the coils in an
    induction circuit. Magnetic couplers between the gyroscopes parts
    reduce further fatigue on the motor parts and reduce friction. There
    are strategically placed permeable alloys in the gimbal armatures when
    pulsed with DC current create magnetic field areas that interact with
    the rotor for start, stop and homing of the gimbals. if gravitational
    interference occurs in space flight a dc pulsed circuit 90 degrees
    adjacent from the rotor flywheel controlled with small pulses of
    current to control initial spin and braking on the central rotor while
    motor functions are restored as needed, This design has several viable
    applications for aro space industry. If solar panel deployment fails
    or damages to solar panels this is a solid backup for running the
    system operations of satellites and communication and instrumentation,
    imaging instrumentation devices for space flight.

    Does anybody use mechanical gyros anymore? I don't think so, especially for
    space applications.
     
  3. Guest

    The RIFCA Trihex provides the primary guidance, flight control, and
    mission sequencing functions for the Delta launch vehicles, guiding
    the rocket into precise space orbit. It has routinely achieved
    guidance accuracies at least three times better than mission
    requirements. L-3's Trihex is a triple-redundant, six Ring Laser
    Gyroscopes and six accelerometer guidance package that, in the course
    of over 60 launches, has flown with 100% success and never triggered a
    single redundancy back up during normal flight operations but Gyro's
    dont keep generating low voltage dc current while their spinning in
    zero gravity
     
  4. Guest

    In the hubble all the gyroscopics movement is achieved by a wheel
    inside each gyro that spins at a constant rate of 19,200 rpm on gas
    bearings. This wheel is mounted in a sealed cylinder, which floats in
    a thick fluid. Electricity is carried to the motor by thin wires
    (approximately the size of a human hair) which are immersed in the
    fluid. Electronics within the gyro detect very small movements of the
    axis of the wheel and communicate this information to Hubble's central
    computer.

    Yes their still used in all guidance in satellites but none has been
    developed to actually produce a dc charge to back up the dry cells for
    system operations
     
  5. Bob Eld

    Bob Eld Guest

    The RIFCA Trihex provides the primary guidance, flight control, and
    mission sequencing functions for the Delta launch vehicles, guiding
    the rocket into precise space orbit. It has routinely achieved
    guidance accuracies at least three times better than mission
    requirements. L-3's Trihex is a triple-redundant, six Ring Laser
    Gyroscopes and six accelerometer guidance package that, in the course
    of over 60 launches, has flown with 100% success and never triggered a
    single redundancy back up during normal flight operations but Gyro's
    dont keep generating low voltage dc current while their spinning in
    zero gravity

    Help me out here. Laser gyro's aren't mechanical are they? I thought they
    operated by sending laser light around a fiber optic ring and measuring the
    interference caused by motion of the ring relative to the absolute velocity
    of light. Possible because of the special theory of relativity, if you will.
    Nothing moves but photons. No spinning masses or other 19th century
    accoutrements.
     
  6. Guest

    exactly that’s why the gimbals on my gyroscope rotate around a
    magnetic core as the inner magnet spin out of phase with the outer
    gimbals with the coiled wire, a current flow is induced through the
    carbon wire creating Direct current 180 degrees out of phase on each
    gyro gymble from the next precession on the second gamble occurs as
    well, once initial spin velocity on the central magnetic rotor spins,
    it maintains this for long periods of time in a zero gravity
    situation. No other gyro produces and performs like this
     
  7. Guest

    your right no moving parts in RLGs, while more accurate than
    mechanical gyros, suffer from an effect known as "lock-in" at very
    slow rotation rates. When the ring laser is rotating very slowly, the
    frequencies of the counter-rotating lasers become very close (within
    the laser bandwidth). So at this low rotation, the nulls in the
    standing wave tend to "get stuck" on the mirrors, locking the
    frequency of each beam to the same value, and the interference fringes
    no longer move relative to the detector; in this scenario, the device
    will not accurately track its angular position over time.
     
  8. your right no moving parts in RLGs, while more accurate than

    Cool, I know nothing about this. Are these similar to Sagnac
    Interferometer's, which can sense absolute rotation?

    George
     
  9. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    That's right, ring laters are double-ended lasers that send light in
    a ring shaped path so that it interferes with itself, thus producing
    standing waves.
    When the hardware is rotated the standing wave crests move slower than
    the hardware (they'd stand still if the hardware had refractive index 1)
    The theory doesn't make it possible, it just explains why it works.

    Bye.
    Jasen
     
  10. Guest

    Yes of course a small energy input being the central magnet rotating
    and acting as a gyro rotor or magneto this would produce a large
    energy output, violating the law of conservation of energy.

    This scenario is only one example of electromagnetic induction. Lenz's
    Law states that the magnetic field of any induced current opposes the
    change that induces it.

    That’s the beauty of why this works as the current induced upon the
    gimbals with the zig zag pattern of carbon fiber wire imbedded is
    forced to spin around in the opposit direction 180 degrees out of
    phase from the rotor which cause precession counter spin on the next
    outer gimbal in opposite direction again. Then the outer most gimbal
    is now backing in phase with the original direction of spin of the
    central rotor. Witch is a spherical permanent magnet
     
  11. Nemo

    Nemo Guest

    Dear extremesoundandlight,

    (1) I think you are you saying: the zigzag pattern of wires creates a
    counter-current or something which does not drain energy from the system
    even though you are using the gyro as a spinning generator. It is
    difficult to evaluate this remarkable claim without a diagram indicating
    the construction. Basically you are saying you have a perpetual motion
    machine that breaks the laws of thermodynamics, but are not prepared to
    show how.

    (2) You mentioned:
    Does this mean you think it would work in zero gravity, but it does not
    work here on earth?
     
  12. Guest

    due to increased friction on the moving gimbles its not energy
    effeicient
     
  13. Guest

    At the point where the gimbals line up in rotation in opposite
    directions 180 degrees out of phase Lenz law takes over but an
    electromagnetic null is momentarily achieved as the gimbals armatures
    pass within one another in opposite directions. So they don’t lock up.
    But none of the other gyro scopes have ever produced DC current as
    they spin in a vacuum
     
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