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Here's a cute project, well-presented, aiming to get rotary motion from a Directory:Milkovic Two-Stage Mechanical Oscillator secondary oscillation system. They get an A for effort.

I had to laugh at their last scene conceptually showing a playground swing being set up to provide the oscillations voluntarily. I guess as long as your pumping need wasn't constant, this could serve as a "free energy" source, from the kids on the playground doing what they do anyway: swing.

The problem with getting rotary motion is that things have to be in exact synchronization or they start working against each other. A child on a swing is not going to be giving you any kind of synchronization. A clever engineer might come up with ways of giving some cushion to the strict synchronization requirements -- wiggle room -- but probably only within the parameters of a nominally consistent input source. Furthermore, changes in the output load are also going to affect this balance, so it's likely that the only plausible scenario would be 1) consistent input, 2) consistent load.


This project is made by Harshil Padia, Amey Patel, Jatan Desai and Vinay Sawant who are the students of Shri. Bhaghubhai Mafatlal Polytechnic (in India) from the Department of Mechanical Engineering. This is their last year Diploma Project. This video is intended to show their work from last 2 years. They are still working on this project. If want to share your thoughts or any suggestions, you can send mail at - [] (YouTube )

-- SilverThunder 14:14, 9 March 2015 (UTC)

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