Alfred Evert
Planet-Wheel-Motor and Crop-Circle-Motor

At above chapter Wheels at Tracks moved process of movements was analysed, when wheels turn within round tracks also turning. Based on different speed of mass-points, always differing values and directions of inertia forces are given. Diverse effects do result with most different forces, lastly self-acceleration of systems like this is achieved. Here at this chapter, now designs are developed for usage of these effects within motors.

At first, bearing and guidance of rotors are to discuss. That constructional element, at the one hand must allow effective masses to move free (within some bounders). On the other hand, surplus of forces must be transfered into usable turning momentum towards outside resp. to the output of these motors.

At picture EV SKM 71 at A is shown an excentric wall (EW) as concentric circle around excenter axis (EA). Within that wall must excentrically be arranged a rotor bearing (RL, German Rotorlager), e.g. in shape of a shaft, by which the rotor is guided.

Within excentric wall a rotor (RO) will roll alongside. The rotor does show a circumference concentric to rotor axis (RA). Its diameter is rather large, so the rotor will reach beyond excenter axis and beyond rotor bearing as well.

Excentrically within the rotor a round drilling is arranged and center of drilling is excenter axis. So the rotor will show shape like an excentric ring. Outside border of this ring touches excentric wall (EW, upside), on the other hand inner side of that ring touches the shaft of rotor bearing (RL, downside).

At a give position of rotor bearing RL) within excentric wall, this rotor can take different positions, e.g. can be shifted a littel bit to right side like shown at B. So this rotor can stay behind a given movement resp. also can run ahead a little bit.

However, the rotor should not be allowed to take all possible positions, but the rotor must stay in touch with the rotor bearing (with its inner side) and to excentric wall (with its outer side) all times. This is achieved e.g., when remaining surface between rotor and excentric wall is filled up by a sickle-shaped element (AS, German Äußere Sichel), like that outer sickel is marked at C.

Also remaining surface between rotor and rotor bearing (RL) could be filled up by a corresponding element (IS, inner sickle), in order to have direct contacts for power transfere at any position and direction.

These sickles still allow possibilities of movements above, as changing positions of rotor are equalized by corresponding movement-aside of sickles. Within that ´sickle-gear´ thus all parts are installed one within the other, one element can glide within the other.

However, possibility of movement of rotor could be limited some kind, like marked at D as an example. Within rotor bearing (RL) here is arranged a gap (E) and on the rotor ring is arranged a ´nose´ (F) some smaller. Now the rotor, in relation to rotor arm, can swing only within that limited range, here e.g. each 15 degrees both sides. Some elastic elements could also be installed both sides of the nose, so hard crashes are avoided resp. an impuls is taken by these spring elements.

One can see by this picture, the rotor may do pendulum movement around rotor bearing (RL). As discussed at chapter above, then the mass may theoretically not be looked at to be concentrated at one point. Masses must be represented by at least two mass-points (MP), where one mass at one side will move upwards, while second mass at other side will move downwards (at this picture here).

Same sense / counter sense
In principle, there are two kinds of rotor systems, like shown schematically at picture EV SKM 72. At first, there must be a rotor arm (RT, German Rotorträger), turning around system axis (SA). On the rotor arm (RT) must be installed bearing (RL) for a rotor (RO) resp. for several rotors.

A rotor can roll around a central wheel (MR, German mittleres Rad), where both wheels e.g. are gear wheels. Middle wheel (MR) can be fix as a part of housing or middle wheel could be turnable a little bit ahead and back for control of rotor´s movement (like e.g. at rotor-systems of Felix Würth). These wheels also could be un-even (not totally concentric, like e.g. at Excenter-Nopp-Gear). At any case, rotor arm (RT) and rotor (RO) will turn same sense, e.g. like marked at this picture left side. This kind of movement here is called principle of planet-wheels.

Felix Würth does experiments since years with planet-wheel-systems, showing clearly overunity (i.e. less input than output of energy). By control-movements of central gear wheel, supporting track is decelerated and accelerated, once more accelerated and decelerated. So support under rotor is moved ahead and back, and these control-movements at a whole won´t take energy.

If at the beginning of inward-phase that supporting-track is decelerated short moment, rotation-effect above will occure with essential acceleration of rotor´s rotation (by these gear wheels transformed as positive turning momentum onto the rotor arm) and also supporting track by itself will be accelerated again. If at the outward-phase supporting track is accelerated a little bit, translation-effect above will occure with acceleration of movement ahead (without loss of rotor´s rotation resp. again with positive turning momentum). The rotor at this phase will ´slide´ within space, so following deceleration of supporting track will affect crash-effect above. So by this planet-wheel-system, at least some effects discussed at chapter above are used.

At second possibility of rotor systems in principle, the rotor will roll alongside an outer wall (EW). For example, a gear wheel could roll alongside a gear rim, but also a wheel with smooth surface could roll alongside a smooth round wall. If this wall is fix, rotor arm (RT) and rotor will turn different turning sense, like shown at this picture right side.

This wall can be concentric to system axis, but it also can be excentric (so concentric around an excenter axis (EA)). If an excentric wall same time will turn around system axis, supporting points between rotor and wall will show a spiral track within space. Special conditions will occure, when the rotor has large diameter, thus reaching beyond center of the wall (as discussed at previous chapter). This principle of movements with relative large rotor seems to be shown at diverse crop circle pictures, so these movements here are called crop-circle-principle.

Planet-wheel with sickle-gear
At first however, here planet-wheel-principle shall be discussed. Also here must exist excentrity (see e.g. concept at picture EV SKM 51 of previous chapter) resp. asymmetric process of movements must exist (so forces effective towards outside will come up). Both can be done by sickle-gear above, like shown schematically at picture EV SKM 73.

There is a rotor arm (RT), turning around system axis (SA). At this rotor arm (RT) bearings (PL, German Planetenlager) for planet-wheels (PZ, German Planetenzahnrad) are installed. As a part of the housing, there is a central fix gear wheel (FZ, German feststehendes Zahnrad), around which planet-wheel will roll (also in shape of gear wheels), like shown at this pricture at A upside.

At rotor-systems discussed earlier and as a rule, effective masses were installed direct at planet-wheels, thus the planet-wheel same time was rotor with excentric masses. Opposite, at this concept presented now, at the planet-wheel excentrically is installed a rotor bearing (RL), like shown at this picture at A left side.

This rotor bearing for example is a shaft installed excentrically at the planet wheel. When the planet-wheel will roll around fix central wheel, this shaft will move at well known apple-shaped track. So planet-wheel (PZ) and rotor-bearing (RL) as a whole, practically are a crank-shaft, turning around center of planet-wheel and same time turning around system axis.

At an axial level aside of planet-wheel (at this picture at B) the rotor arm (RT) will show round drillings, which represent excentic walls (EW). Here e.g. are marked four of these drillings resp. excentric walls. Within each excentric wall one rotor bearing (RL) in shape of these shafts will wander at its apple-shaped track.

Within each excentric wall is installed one rotor (RO, in shape of excentric ring) and in addition this sickle-gear like at picture EV SKM 71 at D (here however these inner and outer sickles are not drawn).

Automatic control
Here is drawn each mass-point (MP), which in normal position will be just opposite to its rotor bearing (RL). Masses thus would also move at apple-shaped tracks, like shown at this picture at D as green curve (E). At this track at outward-phase (here right side), inertia of masses will affect at a lever arm of gear wheel and thus will accelerate turning of rotor arm (RT). At inward-phase however (here left side), masses want to turn gear wheels counter that turning sense, so previous and positive turning momentum is compensated to null by these negative momentums.

Nevertheless, by certain controll movements (at Würth-System by moving central gear wheel a little bit ahead and back), especially at sections of strongest centrifugal forces, one may be able to reduce this negative momentum. This sickle-gear however, automatically does achieve control movements at its best and will achieve totally other track of masses, like shown here at this picture at D as grey curve (F).

This quite other curve results of possibility of running-ahead or stay-behind of rotor movement versus general movement of system, as shown at this picture at C (by over-drawing). In addition, this rotor bearing (RL) in shape of that ´crank-shaft´ offers much better lever arms for effects of forces.

Mass at inner sections moves at rather straight track (at this picture at D downside, nearby 7- to 5-o´clock-position). At outward-phase, centrifugal forces unchanged will drive ahead rotor arm via planet-gear-wheel (from some 5 to 2 o´clock). At the end of outward-phase (some 2 to 12 o´clock) however, system must no more accelerate mass to its absolute maximum speed. Based on sickle-gear, mass there is allowed to stay behind e.g. by (maximum) 15 degrees.

Mass there is still much faster than rotor arm moves, thus mass upside will overtake (some 12 to 11 o´clock) its much slower rotor bearing (RL). So, when mass comes to its outmost position, at any case rotor bearing (RL) is at a position behind the mass. Starting from 12 o´clock, thus mass will pull at planet-wheel by turning momentum into turning sense of system (opposite to above, counter-sense pulling by normal installation of effective masses directly at the planet-wheel).

Evert-Planet-Wheel-Motor Now the rotor bearing (RL) will follow increasingly faster the mass (form about 11 to 9 o´clock). Based on room for movement of sickle-gear, mass can stay rather outside by its high speed rather long. At 9 o´clock however, rotor bearing (RL) does show exactly that speed-ahead like rotor arm (RT) there. Thus mass there is decelerated rather abruptly, so turning momentum is transfered to rotor arm (RT).

There mass practically is slinged towards inside (nearby 4 o´clock) and can go on moving into this direction (to nearby 5 o´clock). By given room for movement of sickle-gear, rotor now can run ahead general turning (until nearby 6 o´clock). Opposite, rotor bearing (RL) at this section will achieve its highest speed and will overtake mass rather fast, until next outward-phase starts.

By this animation, process of movements of rotor-bearing (grey) and rotor (red) within excentric wall (blue) are to watch. Mass does move at ´soft´ tracks, on the other hand one can imagine that different pressure of masses towards the wall and also pulling of mass at rotor-bearing resp. pulling of rotor-bearing at rotor. If turning speeds are much higher, much smaller excentrity and much smaller room for movements by sickle-gear are neccessary.

At picture EV SKM 75 is shown an example of design of that planet-wheel-motor. Right side is shown a longitudinal-sectional view through system axis, left side cross-sectional view schematically shows elements at different axial levels.

Rotor arm (RT, German Rotorträger) is turnable mounted within the housing (GE, German Gehäuse) at the system axis (SA). Fix connected with the housing is central, fix gear-wheel (FZ, German feststehendes Zahnrad), which is marked only by upper part at cross-sectional view. Planet-gear-wheel (PZ, German Planetenzahnrad) is in connection with that fix gear-wheel. Planet-wheel rolls alongside fix wheel. Diameter of both wheels could also be different, e.g. fix wheel could be smaller than planet-wheel.

Evert-Planet-Wheel-Motor The rotor arm (RT) is a round cylinder, within which are (here four) drillings parallel to its longitudinal axis. A section of drillings will serve as bearing (PL) of planet-wheel, which there must be round and smooth (at cross-sectional-view marked left side).

Rest of drilling hole represents excentric wall (EW). On the planet-wheel is fixed the rotor bearing (RL) in shape of a shaft (at cross-sectional-view marked downside), which crosses whole drilling length. So planet-wheel plus rotor-bearing practically are a crank-shaft (as to see at longitudinal-sectional view), which turns within excentric wall and in addition turns around system axis.

Rest of surface between excentric wall and rotor bearing is filled up by the rotor, the outer sickel (AS) and the inner sickle (IS) of sickle-gear analog to drawings above (however here not drawn in details). The rotor is effective mass, thus rotor should be solid and weighty. When mass-center is shifted a little bit backwards (in turning sense, maximum 15 degrees, e.g. by some drillings at front section), function of automatic controll above is supported essentially. These sickles serve for transmission of forces or serve for controll. These parts should be constructed leight (could even be hollow), so their equalizing movements are done by minimum resitance. Naturally, each opposite rotor should be installed mirrored, so system automatically will be completely balanced.

At this planet-wheel-motor, no wheel runs alongside a wall moved itself, so effects disussed at previous chapter won´t come up in total. Only that sensefull gear-wheel here is used for controlling process of movements. At this system here are only used centrifugal forces of overlaying turnings around system axis by turnings around rotor axis. By bearing effective masses within rotor arm and additionally by that crank-shaft, negative turning momentums are eliminated. Positive momentums, in principle, got usable by pendulum movements of effective masses (not around rotor axis, but around excentric rotor bearing). This phase-shifted process effects turning up of this mechanical oscillator.

Above this, this design is ´beautyful´: exclusively there are round contours and round movements, whole constructional volume is filled up compactly with elements, each serving its function in direct manner. Now it´s the job of theoreticans and experts, to check these arguments resp. to optimize this basic constructional design. On the other hand, practicans could start constructing models and approving function of that real ´Perpetuum Mobile´.

Crop-circle-picture Threefold-Halfmoons Crop circle picture
Also this crop-circle ´Threefold Halfmoons´ is incredibly beautiful, like many other crop circles too. High and low structures are printed into crop field by eleven circles, each other including. Relations within that drawing I presented here by this picture at end of 1999.

Already first time I saw this picture, I had impression this drawing should represent a constructional design. It was a challenge for me to analyse, how many parts are marked with which relations between. Diverse designs I deduced of that picture (and some of might already be usable machines).

Meanwhile I made many experiences by conciderations about Bessler-Wheel, sessions of remote-viewing, about pendulums and building-up of mechanical oscillators, so new interpretation of this picture got possible. In analogy to planet-wheel-motor above, this constructional design is to deduce easy, nevertheless there are some essential differences. At this crop-circle it seems, there are wheels running within wheels, at least one wheel would roll alongside a wall itself in movement. So prerequisites are given for effects disussed by chapter above, concerning acceleration at bended tracks.

Elastic guidance
If effects of acceleration at bended tracks shall come true, an ´elastic´ bearing of the wheel is neccessary. This guiding of rotor on the other hand must be able to transfere forces towards outside, so turning momentum of motor is available.

At picture EV SKM 81 at first is shown that situation of relative small rotor. A cylinder (ZY, German Zylinder) turns (relatively slow) around system axis (SA). Within that cylinder, a drilling is arranged excentrically, which represents excentric wall (EW). Alongside this wall a rotor (RO) rolls (much faster rotating). Around system axis will turn an arm (H1, German Hebel), which is connected by a joint (G1, German Gelenk) with a second arm (H2). Second arm is connected with rotor axis (RA). This system of jointed arms, practically is a crank-shaft plus swivel-arm, by which that wheel is guided flexible.

At this picture at A are shown two rotors, left rotor at its most inward position, right rotor at its nearby outmost position. By this system of crank-shaft plus swivable arm different distances between system axis and rotor axis are equalized.

It´s advantageous, length of inward-phase (when right rotor will move upside and to left side) is longer than length of outward-phase (when left rotor will move down and to right side). So the rotor can run faster inwards than ´falling´ outwards (as law of constance of energies demands).

It´s however dis-advantageous, speed at each section of this track is predicted by this gear. So this rotor won´t have opportunity of free movements, thus can´t move according to acceleration-effects at bended tracks. However, degrees of free movement will be given, if this rotor will not be guided resp. beared directly at its rotor axis. This design of free movement is shown schematically at this picture at B.

Rotor (RO) here is marked only by a ring. This rotor-ring can turn free around a disk (G3). A bearing (G2) is arranged excentrically within this disk, so distance between this bearing and rotor axis represents an other arm (H3). This arm is connected with swivel-arm (H2) by joint (G2). Schematically by this picture is shown, how rotor - by given position of central crank-shaft (H1) - can run ahead general movement (resp. can rotate faster around its axis) or also can stay behind general movement (resp. can rotate slower).

By this excentric guidance the rotor is free to move within a limited range. So even the rotor will move and turn un-steady, that crank-shaft can turn steady around system axis. If however the rotor by acceleration at bended track will run too fast in relation to turning of crank-shaft, the rotor will be decelerated resp. at that crank-shaft will exist positive turning momentum.

Multisectional chain
These arms practically are sections of a chain. If this system is started by turning crank-shaft, rotors will be pulled behind by this chain and rotors will roll alongside excentric wall. Depending on lengths of arms, rotors are allowed to move faster or slower within according range, so effect of acceleration at bended tracks can come up. However, this lever-arm-system won´t allow rotors to overtake crank-shaft, but thrust of rotors will effect turning momentum at crank-shaft.

Exactly this gear´s function is presented by crop-circle-picture, with two special characteristics: all arms are of same length (each distance between center of neighbouring circles) and each outer joint is such large to include each inner joint. So this crop-circle-picture does show multisectional chain above as ´itself including chain-sections´.

At previous picture EV SKM 81 at B right side, abbreviations of corresponding terms are marked. This picture EV SKM 83 here does show once more crop circle above and also here are marked abbreviations of elements.

First section (above arm H1) is a disk (excentric to system axis and fix connected with input-shaft), which does represent a crank-shaft (KW, German Kurbelwelle). Around this turnable (so corresponing to joint G1 above) is arranged the inner ring (IR), which represents a swivel-arm (corresponding to arm H2 above). Again, around inner ring is moveable (analog to joint G2 above) arranged this inner sickle (IS), which represents a further arm (corresponding to arm H3 above). Around the inner sickle is moveable (analog to joint G3 above) arranged the outer Ring (AR, German äußerer Ring). Outer circumference of outer ring is concentric to rotor axis above, i.e. around center of this outer ring (AR) the rotor will have to be beared turnable (thus aside of this gear, at an other level of axis).

So this crop-circle-picture represented only that gear, not the rotor with its effective masses by itself (however ring-shaped rotors are shown at other crop circles with this subject, e.g. see fotos below). On the other hand, at this crop circle here, an outer sickle (AS, German äußere Sichel) is marked, by which outer ring (AR, resp. same time the rotor) keeps in touch with excentric wall (so rotor can not tumble free inside of that machine).

So it wasn´t quite trivial to analyse this crop circle. At the one hand it seems, any parts totally free could move and turn one within others, on the other hand no steady turning of all parts is possible by this design. Finally now by this new interpretation, brilliant concept of this gear drawn within crop field is obvious: at the one hand allowing free movements by some kind of elasticity, on the other hand to transfere pulling or pressing forces between system shaft and rotor.

Movements of large rotor
Chain-gear above with relative small rotor is technically but hard to construct. If however sections and joints are arranged at only one axial level, one including the other, that´s easy to construct. At running status, sections of this chain show only small swivel movements relative to each other. Only around rotor bearing (at outer ring) that ring-shaped rotor will make complete turns, at the other hand rolling alongside excentric wall. So this construction will show only few losses by friction and will be able to turn extremly high turning speeds.

This gear will allow to use only one rotor at one axial level, however this rotor will be relative large. That´s an advantage, cause effects of acceleration at bended tracks thus can work at relative long lever arms. In principle, absolutely same process of movements will exist at large like small rotors. However large rotor now will roll alongside excentric wall counter general turning sense. At previous chapter effect of forces and principle of movements were discussed in details. This animation here can visualize procedures, which are briefly explained once more.

Evert-Crop-Circle-Motor By this animation one can see swinging of rotor-ring, here drawn rather small. Cylinder turns counter clock-wise (to see, e.g. if one watches small side). The rotor rolls counter-sense (so clock-wise) alongside excentic wall, three turns while one turn of cylinder. One can see, how rotor can ´fall´ outside, afterwards ´crashing´ onto ascent wall and being guided back towards inside.

At this animation however are shown only steady turnings, thus no acceleration of rotation nore translation. In addition it´s obvious, here the cylinder does turn much too fast, so e.g. the rotor falls outside much too straightly. Instead of these three rotor-turnings while one cylinder-turning, in reality the rotor would have to turn much faster (up to hundred-fold), so would move much more ´round´.

Not to see here but essential factor: at each turning of rotor within excentric wall, each mass-point of rotor will move ahead by some 45 degrees. Even the rotor rolls counter system turning sense, rotor masses move into turnings sense of system. The faster the rotor turns ´back´, the more effect of acceleration at bended tracks will occure, i.e. the more masses are pushed ahead in turning sense of system.

Constructional elements
At picture EV SKM 82 relations of crop-circle-picture are used and once more these constructional elements are shown. The outmost circle represents the housing (GE). Both circles next represent the cylinder (ZY) with its excentric wall (EW). Outer circumfereance of cylinder is concentric to system axis, its drilling represents excentric wall. If this element is turning around system axis, excentric wall will build supporting points at spiral curve. So this element must have a driving axle (AN, German Antrieb), which here is formed as hollow-shaft. These constructional elements are shown at this picture at A.

At this picture at B are drawn only that cylinder with its excentric wall (EW) and next two elements included. Within excentric wall glides the outer ring (AR) in shap of an excentric ring. In order to keep this outer ring (AR, resp. same time the rotor) all times in touch with the wall, rest of surface between outer ring and excentric wall could be filled up with outer sickle (AS). Center of outer circumference of outer ring (AR) is identical with rotor axis.

At this picture at D constructional elements within outer ring (AR) are shown. Within outer ring is turnable beared inner sickle (IS), within this inner sickle again the inner ring (IR) is included. This inner ring (IR) includes excentric disk of crank-shaft (KW), which is fix connected to shaft of output (AB, German Abtrieb). This output-shaft is installed within hollow shaft of input (AN, German Antrieb), both shafts are concentric to system axis.

At this picture at C, only the rotor (RO) is drawn, concentric to outer circumference of outer ring (AR). So this picture C does show two elements at different axial levels. Aside of outer ring (AR) thus must be installed a bearing for this rotor. Here the rotor is marked as ring, its outer circumference is drawn some larger than excentric outer ring (AR). The rotor is nearby as wide as most ´thickest´ part of outer ring (AR).

At previous chapter it was pointed out, by each supporting point a lever-arm-effect will exist between rotor-masses moving into different directions. That´s why it will make sense to build a ring-shaped rotor with masses arranged concentrically (stictly opposite to all other designs with excentric masses). Guidance of rotor by ´multi-sectional-chain´ above will guarantee, counter pressure of supporting point will never affect directly counter a fix shaft, but allowing (limited) free movements, so acceleration at bended tracks is achieved.

At picture EV SKM 86 constuctional elements above schematically are shown by basic design of this motor. Upside at this picture, once more all elements are drawn in cross-sectional view, downside is drawn their arrangement in axial direction by longitudinal-sectional view.

Hollow-shaft of input (AN) and also shaft of output (AB) are beared turnably within housing (GE), both concentric to system axis. Fix connected with input-shaft is that cylinder (ZY) and its inner side represents excentric wall (EW).

Evert-Crop-Circle-Motor Fix connected with shaft of output is that crank-shaft (KW) in shape of that excentric disk. Around that crank-disk is arranged inner ring (IR) and around inner ring is arranged inner sickle (IS). These both elements fill up inner area of outer ring (AR). Outside at outer ring (AR) is arranged that outer sickle (AS), which guarantees outer ring will keep in touch with excentric wall.

Some disks could be installed aside outer ring, so these diverse parts are guided resp. keeped at one axial level. At longitudinal sectional view downside, these elements of sickle-gear are drawn a second time.

The rotor (RO) must be beared concentric to outer circumference of outer ring (AR). As an example, a rotor bearing (RL, German Rotorlager) is installed between these two outer rings (AR, one upside and symmetrical one downside outer ring). Around that rotor bearing the ´hub´ of rotor will turn while rotor is rolling alongside excentric wall.

Actually, only the rotor must keep steady touch with excentric wall. The outer ring and also outer sickle will fullfill their functions also without direct contact to excentic wall. So outer sickel (AS) not neccessaryly is demanded resp. its function could also be done, e.g. if swivel angles between crank-shaft and inner ring would be limited (e.g. analog to gear of planet-wheel-motor above at picture EV SKM 71 at D).

At longitudinal view of pricture EV SKM 86 only one rotor is installed, symmetrical between two parallel arranged sickle-gears. Symmetry would also exist, if e.g. at both sides of one sickle-gear each one rotor would be beared. A motor will be balanced the better, thus will run more soft and faster, the more rotors are installed, naturally each correspondingly shifted.

As an example, at picture EV SKM 87 two rotor-moduls are drawn. There, no outer sickel is used and also outer ring (AR) is not in direct contact to excentric wall. The rotor is installed direct onto outer circumference of outer ring (AR). So friction is reduced and really compact construction is achieved. These parts of gear could even be dimensioned smaller, thus effective masses will be rather large part of whole constructional volume.

Ring-shaped disks could also be installed at both sides of rotors, so elements of sickle-gear would be guided and keeped at one axial level. Otherwise, this function could be done by small disks of cylinder (like marked here).

These both rotor-moduls are mirrored, so as a whole are balanced. Further double-moduls should be installed, e.g. eight rotor-moduls (correspondingly shifted) will build a fine motor, totally balanced. All parts of gears do only small swivel-movements relative to each other. Slide bearings are only neccessary at shafts of input and output and at rotor bearing. Only friction of rolling movements will exist between rotors and excentric walls. So in total, this motor will show minimum losses of friction and is suitable for extrem turning speeds.

Operational procedure
Like at training-apparatus of previous chapter, this motor also must first be started, i.e. output-shaft must be turned up. The rotor will be pulled into turnings, at first thus will rotate on circled tracks within space. At this starting phase all forces are balanced. The rotor already will find counter-pressure at supporting points, but kinetic energy will only be exchanged between mass-points (like at a wheel rolling at straight track).

Finally also input shaft is turned up - counter turning sense of output shaft - so rotor now will roll at spiral tracks within space. Finally now mass as a whole is moved around an additional turning point, thus a mechanical oscillator is achieved. As now movements inwards and outwards do occure on curves of different shape, phase-shifted forces will result effects described, which in total will result building up of this oscillator.

Within starting phase, for further speed-up of rotor´s rotation, at first input-shaft must be turned rather fast. If normal speed at output-shaft is achieved, speed of input-shaft can be reduced essentially. Excentric wall (same time cylinder resp. input-shaft) will probably do only one turn while rotor will do about hundred rotations.

Energy input will be less than one tenth of usable energy output. If this motor shall show exclusively constant momentum, a mechanical gear-transmission (with large gear-ratio and reverse turning sense) can be installed between input and output (so input- and output-shaft would be started same time). If this motor shall bring variable momentums, at higher demand of power at first speed of input must be turned up. This could e.g. also be done by hydraulic gear between input and output, cause throughput of fluid-medium is to control quite easy.

This operational procedure is known by different toys or training-apparatus with any kind of ´gyroscopes´, but also by experiences at other rotor systems, e.g these of Felix Würth.

several crop circles do show this subject Conviction
I always was convinced, these crop-circle-pictures shall show senseful facts. However, it was rather hard to deduce finally this design of that very special rotor system presented now. Especially these reverse turnings of large rotors were hard to understand and also it was hard to develope correspondingly procedures of movement, turning and rotation. Long times I was fixed at excentric masses, like neccessary at all other rotor systems designed before, e.g. also at planet-wheel-motor above.

This totally other effect of acceleration at bended tracks however demands rotors ring-shaped and effective masses concentrically shaped. In addition, this special bearing and guidance of rotor is neccessary, like clear to see (retrograte) within that crop circle by these different excenters.

This basic design of crop-circle-motor above can only demonstrate as an example, how this principle can be realized. Depending on objectives, there will be lots of technical solutions for usage of acceleration at bended tracks. Above this, procedures of movements (and resulting effects) discussed here are real cause also for self-acceleration of vortices within fluids (e.g. whirlwinds, tornados and water-tombes).

I do hope, above chapter of movements of wheels within tracks moved and this chapter of planet-wheel-motor and crop-circle-motor can convince experts of theoretical mechanics, to concider acceleration at bended tracks as an essential subject for studies. I ask everyone to check my conciderations and claims honestly resp. to transfere these ideas into technical language, so also others can convince thermselves of these new matter of facts.

Above this I hope, practicans will start to construct models. I offer these ideas for free and companies are invited to make available Free Energy by pure mechanical devices (without any pollution or other negative side effects).

Evert / 20.10.2001

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