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Monday, June 3, 2013

Inventions Needed: Electric Cars and The Hydraulically Shaped Float Bearing 06 03 2013

Inventions Needed: The Hydraulically Shaped Float Bearing
The Hydraulically Shaped Float Bearing
There is a problem that arises when powering devices with large and narrow diameter wheels and also in regard to wind turbines.  It has to do with pressure from the side and or uneven pressure creating friction at the center hub bearing.  And when this happens rotational force is decreased.
In order to prevent that from happening the bearing itself needs to have “flex” and recovery to “fixed”
The best way to do this would be to create that’s force can be hydraulically shaped.  The bearing would float in from side to side and up and down without causing friction wear.  And for example when a force acted upon the top of a wheel the bearing would flex and therefore not decrease motion of the wheel whereby a hydraulic force (Computer controlled) could be applied to recover the wheel path.
And the spinning wheel does go in a linear motion but there is a force that can overcome that effect.
With such a bearing wind turbines might start up faster.  Cars stay on the road better at faster speeds and more efficiency.
For example if a shear wind were to act upon the side of a large diameter wheel the wheel could collapse resulting in failure and “crashed” end of motion.  However, a bearing such as this could allow for the wheel to “Sidewind” and straighten out in order to continue motion or more safely be stopped.
In its simplest form the bearing would be a single ball in a fluid round race.  And the hydraulic force would be applied from the underside of the bearing to give it lift.  Once in motion hydraulic force could be applied from side channels when needed to achieve effect.
This would be a bearing to a drive wheel that is essentially always inline.
I have not added all the details as to how this could work but there is sufficient other mechanical means to facilitate the construction.
Also to be considered are blades on wind turbines that are telescopic.  Whereby less initial force would be required to turn them.  It can be thought of as rowing in a boat.  At first you might take short strokes to break the motion and then transition to long more efficient strokes.
Also to be considered would be a wheel that could change diameter.  It might be accomplished with polyurethane tire technology and hydraulic spokes.

Copyright 2013 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 06 03 2013 at:
Her honey boo boo doesn’t think of this stuff even though she wants you to believe he did.  Honey boo boo brain isn't flexible?


A wheel that floats on it's own electric motor armature drive and bearing in one?  Such a electric motor mike work better with a shaped factor to turn the motor.  Ie instead of magnetic coils all around the shaft it would have off central magnetic "firing" like a magnetic cylinder?  A magnetic cylinder firing to repulse a magnet or coil on the motor and wheel axle?

Or at a certain speed air foil lift from the front of the car causes the downward pressure on the bearing to decrease as air foil levitates the weight off the bearing?

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