Key words: Computational Hydraulic, Energy Efficient Actuators, Energy Saving in Hydraulic, Hydraulic Control Reference  P.
Krus, "On Load Sensing Fluid Power Systems," Division of Fluid Power Control Department of Mechanical Engineering, Linkoping University, Sweden, 1988.
The study investigates and analyzes the possibilities of reducing the hydraulic resistance and increasing efficiency of the hydraulic actuator.
Conventional hydraulic cylinders are simulated in FLUENT. Singh, "Derivation of design requirements for optimization of a high performance hydrostatic actuation system," International Journal of Fluid Power, vol.
The small sized outlet ports of the cylinders resist the flow of discharged oil; and as a result the piston motion is slowed down.
This causes a lot of heat generation and energy loss within the actuators.
If you find any reason of not running this mechanism let me know.”It seems to me that this is basically the Perendev motor presented in the same-named category of our blog.
”I took such an article today as an inspiration because it talks about a magnetic motor, one of my favorite free energy topics, about which I haven’t heard much lately.
Many have tried building a free energy-producing magnetic motor. Here is the whole process of transforming the free magnetic energy into mechanical energy, explained by the invention’s author (Sandeep Acharya):“Think of Two Powerful Magnets.
I am seeing a lot of in my daily quest through alternative energy news, but what I have learned is that energy is not free, perpetual motion machines do not exist, everything is taken from somewhere and put elsewhere. There also is this so-called “free energy”, the zero-point energy, proven mathematically by many scientists. When they see something out of “common sense” boundaries, they freak out and scream something like”omg, this can’t be real! One fixed plate over rotating disk with North side parallel to disk surface, and other on the rotating plate connected to small gear G1.
Innas, "Cylinder Control with the floating cup hydraulic transformer," Proc. Key words: robot hand, Robotics, Robot Finger, Finger joints, FEA modeling. Ikuo Yamano, Takashi Maeno " Five Fingered Robotic hand Using Ultrasonic Motors and Elastic Elements" Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kieo University Hiyoshi Yokohama 223-8522, Japan. Zhe Xu, Emanual Todorov, Brian Dellon and Yoky Matsuoka " Design and Analysis of an artificial finger Joint for anthromorphic Robotic hands" Department of computer science & Engineering, University of Washington, WA 98195 USA. Gabriel Gómez , Alejandro Hernandez and Peter Eggenberger Hotz "An adaptive neural controller for a tendon Driven Robotic Hand" Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Department of Informatics, University of Zurich, Switzerland.
However, no computer can process the near infinite number of atoms in objects, so instead we model 'finite' groups of them.
Still, maybe someday someone will be able to produce free energy by using magnet motors.