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      CommentAuthorgoatcheez
    • CommentTimeApr 2nd 2019
     
    One at a time.
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    That's the best way to do it. Otherwise the bathroom gets pretty crowded, with all those stockings hanging from the shower curtain rod.
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      CommentAuthorping1400
    • CommentTimeApr 2nd 2019
     
    Posted By: alsetalokinCan I get a witness? Would someone please check my math?

    Assume that the IEC flywheel is a solid cylinder which masses 2700 kg and has radius 1 meter, and it is spinning at 600 rpm (w = 62.8 rad/sec).

    Its rotational moment of inertia is I = (mr2)/2 = 1350 kg/m2
    and therefore its energy storage is Ef= (Iw2)/2 = 2,662,092 Joules.

    This value clearly goes as the square of the angular velocity and the square of the radius. The more disk-like the rotor (short wide cylinder) and the faster you can spin it the more-and-more energy it stores.

    So if we double the speed to 1200 rpm (126 rad/sec) we get 4 times the energy, yes?

    Some statements from the "walsh" entity, and also appearing in other statements apparently from IEC, repeatedly use the figure "25 kWh", which my clacklutter tells me is 90 million Joules.


    Of course this whole exercise is moot. I'm just trying to get that damned koala to go back to sleep.


    Posted By: ping1400It looks like a metal disk, about 1 meter wide, It may be like a hollow alluminium barrel. Total weight can be few hundred kg.

    With a weight of 500 kg and 600 rpm the stored energy is about 1 MJ


    I assumed a hollow cylinder, therefor bit higher moment of inertia. But same numbers. I don’t think their construction can withstand much higher rpms. Neither can it withstand much higher mass.

    With 25 kWh of rotational energy storage it would be a very dangerous machine to keep behind a glass window.
    • CommentAuthortensor
    • CommentTimeApr 2nd 2019 edited
     
    Posted By: alsetalokinAll the noise seems to have disturbed that damned koala. He's trying to educate "Walsh" on the difference between power and energy, on YouTube comments. Next he'll probably try banging his head against the wall until I give him some leaves.

    For those looking for the youtube vid it's here (I went to a different IEC vid and didn't find TK's comments):
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bA2OMRcxKo&lc=UgwfEuByKBnrCVRcmAp4AaABAg.8t9HEWsgj-z8tBYgij_C_k

    I'm only part way through but TK is doing a splendid job.
    • CommentAuthorAsterix
    • CommentTimeApr 3rd 2019
     
    It's like arguing with a bunch of flat Earthers.
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    Worse, because we can never take FEers seriously and can't believe they are real. These IEC folks and investors are serious and that makes them more dangerous.
    • CommentAuthorAsterix
    • CommentTimeApr 7th 2019
     
    I was watching one of Danzik's earlier videos where he shows that a piece of steel is attracted to one face of his magnets, but not another face. The folks there have obviously never run into a Halbach array, or even a refrigerator magnet.
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    It's his Red Herring. As we've said many times the best Red Herring is a real fish.
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      CommentAuthorping1400
    • CommentTimeApr 7th 2019 edited
     


    Dutch herring
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      CommentAuthormaryyugo
    • CommentTimeApr 8th 2019
     
    Who's guillotining the herring? Someone confusing them for mosquitoes?
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      CommentAuthormaryyugo
    • CommentTimeMay 2nd 2019 edited
     
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    I'm tempted to open a new account there as Axil Axil Axil, just to fuck with them.
    Perhaps fortunately, I haven't been that drunk of late (not for at least a couple of years actually).
    • CommentAuthorAsterix
    • CommentTimeMay 2nd 2019 edited
     
    Mary, you're behind the times. TK's been having fun with them.
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    Indeed. The whole affair took a remarkable turn over the last weekend. The mostly transparent demonstration model called "Crystal" was unveiled, spinning away, with no input power (but also without any load), obviously just trucked in by forklift. And right there in plain sight is the BYB: the Big Yellow Battery. That's right folks, the miracle magnet-powered Earth Engine needs a 24 volt rechargeable battery --- in order to run the "logic", so the story goes. Ignore completely the easily calculated fact that that BYB can easily power Crystal at the demonstrated RPM for something like nine days straight, using ordinary pulse motor driving strategies.
    The master psychologists at IEC have taken a page from Trump: It's not a fraud if it is done right out in the open and nothing is hidden.
    Look! No hidden power sources. Sure--- because the Un-hidden one is completely adequate for the performance demonstrated ! It is a master stroke worthy, as TK has said, of Andrea Rossi himself.
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    By the way, the Disqus comment structure is impossible to navigate, as replies to older comments don't show up when the list is sorted by "newest". But there is an RSS feed that will display comments and replies in actual chronological (dis) order. You get all active threads at the R-G site but the conversations mostly concern the IEC EE at the moment.

    https://revolutiongreen.disqus.com/latest.rss

    Paste into your fav. RSS reader. I'm using QuiteRSS.
    • CommentAuthorcwatters
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2020
     
    I found they are raising funds to build another factory..

    https://svinews.com/new-factory-in-riverton-could-bring-200-jobs/

    "Inductance Energy Corp. of Cheyenne wants to manufacture wiring harnesses, flywheel components and other electrical generating equipment in Riverton, using a $10 million industrial revenue bond issued through the city."


    https://county10.com/energy-company-still-has-eyes-set-on-riverton-for-manufacturing-facility/

    “We are moving as fast as we can,” Hawley explained. Everything is reliant on the tax-exempt revenue bond approval which is at the sole discretion of Governor Mark Gordon."

    Here is their video if you missed it first time..

    https://youtu.be/wS92Mm4A8a0
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    How can that be?

    I don't know what to think any more. There doesn't seem to be any consequence, as long as the fraud is big enough.
    • CommentAuthorcwatters
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2020
     
    I wonder if the governors office will do any technical due diligence.
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      CommentAuthorAngus
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2020 edited
     
    Posted By: cwattersI found they are raising funds to build another factory..

    https://svinews.com/new-factory-in-riverton-could-bring-200-jobs/

    "Inductance Energy Corp. of Cheyenne wants to manufacture wiring harnesses, flywheel components and other electrical generating equipment in Riverton, using a $10 million industrial revenue bond issued through the city."


    https://county10.com/energy-company-still-has-eyes-set-on-riverton-for-manufacturing-facility/

    “We are moving as fast as we can,” Hawley explained. Everything is reliant on the tax-exempt revenue bond approval which is at the sole discretion of Governor Mark Gordon."

    Here is their video if you missed it first time..

    https://youtu.be/wS92Mm4A8a0
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      CommentAuthorAngus
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2020 edited
     
    OMG It's
    capable of driving up to 4,000 pounds of inertia power
    !!

    Groan. Steorn writ large, with less engineering capability. At least as to writing credible web pages.

    More groan:
    ...almost everything on the planet has carbon in it and therefore is attracted by a magnetic field