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Open Day 26 - 27 luglio 2013. IDEA Creator Experimental Creative Culture. Classic Situation. 3. The engine power is spread over the different-diameter pulleys. F3. Rad/s. F2. 2. F1. F x b x Rad/s. C. 1. F4. 4. Transmission belt. d/ i. d. LEVA. F. F’. D. .

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## Open Day 26 - 27 luglio 2013

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**Open Day**26 - 27 luglio 2013 IDEA Creator Experimental Creative Culture**Classic Situation**3 The engine power is spread over the different-diameter pulleys F3 Rad/s F2 2 F1 F x b x Rad/s C 1 F4 4 Transmission belt**d/ i**d LEVA F F’ D Classic lever C’ C F’ = F x i P = P’ LEVA F D Rpm b/i Rpm b TURBINA CCS F’ Double lever F’ = F x i2 P’ = Fxi2 x b/i x rpm = P x i**Classic situation**ALTERNATOR ENGINE Here is an alternator put together directly with the engine; in this case the engine power is equal to the alternator power. This situation is the same as the CLASSIC situation ENGINE Improved turbine CCS A B To me this situation is not the same as the previous one; here the power arm of the engine is introduced (AC), which is reduced on the alternator (A’C), obtaining on this one an improved power. SHAFT movement FULCRUM C ALTERNATOR B’ A’****F B M A F’ F P’ P D/i D R’ R WO/2005/047695 1 RM A F RM’ M B F’ F P’ P D/i D EP 2489875 R’ R**A**F’ RM RM’ P’ M B Frizione (friction) F P D F R EP 2489875**……where as opposed to the “classic situation”**the power moment is introduced compared to the fulcrum C Turning engine Fixed wheel(1) D The engine and the alternator are not fixed but they turn around The fixed wheel : in one second the engine goes from A to D and the alternator from B to D’ A C Engine power = Alternator power B F x b x rad/s x AC = F’ x b’ x rad’/s x CB when AC=CB The shaft hooks the engine And the alternator, plus it pivots on C D’ Turning alternator**Turning engine on**Fixed wheel1) Fixed wheel on which The engine pivots (1) B A Engine power < Alternator power Fixed wheel on which The alternator pivots (2) C A’ Let’s suppose that AC/A’C = 2 and let’s balance the Power moments compared to the fulcrum C Engine Power Alternator Power F x b x rad/s x AC = F’ x b’ x rad’/s x A’C F x b x rad/s x AC = F’ x b’ x rad’/s x AC/2 Reducing I obtain that the alternator power is the same as: F’ x b’ x rad’/s = 2 x F x b x rad/s On the red fixed wheel a power is discharged; this is equal to: Engine power x AC/ (AC/2) = Engine power x 2 B’ Turning alternator which engaged In the red fixed wheel The shaft hooks the engine And the alternator, plus it pivots on C**Transferred mass because of the transformation**Of the mechanical energy to kinetic energy Fixed wheel on which the engine pivots (1) and concentric wheel on which the engine is set (1’); the engine turns and Spreads the motion to the red Wheel (2) thanks to a wheel(1’’). The red wheel (2) spreads The motion to the alternator. Turning engine m x g x V F B A P engine => Kinetic Energy Mass=> P alternator F1 C m g V / ½ m V2 / s F2 m x g x V 2 Fixed alternator engages In the red wheel The Gear wheel Turns for the wheel (1’’)**Fixed wheel on which the engine pivots (1) and concentric**wheel on which the engine is set (1’); the engine turns and Spreads the motion to the red Wheel (2) thanks to a wheel(1’’). The red wheel (2) spreads The motion to the alternator. Turning engine m B A m’ ½ m V2 / s = ½ m’ V’2 / s m’ = m x i 2 C m’ Fixed alternator Connected with the red wheel m m x i 2 x g x V/i = alternator Power > engine Power**CONVENIENCE DECISION**B B A A m C C A’ B’ m Arrangement B Arrangement A If 2 g / V engine/ s > 1 the arrangement B is more convenient than A**1**A A 1 M AB AB M M M RM RM RM RM RP A A RM’ RM’ M M R R’ R RM RM Assetto 1**AB**1 M RM’ RP 1 RM R M M RM RM R’ R A RM’ A Assetto 2**M**A AB 1 RP M M A RM RM’ R Assetto 3**D/i**D AB’ C/i b/i F’ R’ C F x b x rad/s x C x D = F’ x b’ x rad’/s x C/i x D/i P alternatore = P motore x i2 Spostamento angolare b F R Assetto 4 AB**D/i**D AB’ C/i b/i F’ R’ C P alternatore = m x g x i3 x V/ i Spostamento angolare b F R Assetto 5 AB**b/i**RM’ F’ Frizione D AB’ C P alternatore > P motore ed è funzione anche della componente C Spostamento angolare b F R Assetto 6 AB**motore**riduttore alternatore Turbina perfezionata CCS**Turbina perfezionata CCS**Cultura Creativa Sperimentale Experimental Creative Culture Grazie per l’attenzione Alessandro Leghi**HOW GREEN SOCIAL MONEY WORKS**€ circulates again Depending on the social green system employer/work Pays the employees in € 6 Bank CCS 7 1 2 Wage € € are transformed in vouchers in GREEN SOCIAL virtual money Euros are moltiplied for a value equal/greater than 1 Depending on the green social usefulness for which they are spent. The vouchers have a face validity, they have a due date and an end use They have an UEI value = € x green social coefficient >= 1 5 3 green social shopping With vouchers in UEI Buisnessmen pay the UEI off in CCS banks Transforming them in € to pay the production. Wages,green social services are paied and the “USEFUL” investment is rewarded. 4

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