The RPS of the hydrobalanced wheel in this Manmotor device is a dynamic movement produced from a human being displacing his or her weight over an area and shifting the weight onto a moveable foundation for each human foot and or hands. So the factor here is how much moveable weight the individual has to displace and how exerting the displacement of the weight is and then the amount of time that can be acceptable for the individual operating the manmotor to exert the effort of moving weight. So these input factors from a human being have to be built upon and enhanced through mechanical leveraging that will allow the Manmotor to be powered by any individual. The amplifycation of the human weight for example goes like this, one person that weighs 250 lbs. displaces the weight on one or the other foot and sometimes both when standing still. Now by using leverage you can enhance that weight by as much as you need but at the same time your gaining the weight advantage, you are losing the speed of the motion through bigger apparatus and more steps to go through, so a happy medium and specific design will come about from the realization of human limitations on exerting effort. What is considered comfortable to a person, and what is the limit for comfortable exertion that turns into frustration and fatigue on an individual basis.
So now we know we have a human factor that will limit us from building a giant model of the new invention Manmotor, and we also have a wheel with some very interesting characteristics going on, and we need to make enough electricity to make everyone feel like it's worth the effort.
Fig. 2 , above is the hydrobalanced wheel, usually when inventing you need to figure out what specifically your invention does, the name you apply to it usually describes the invention and not necessarily the scope or field of the invention. In this instance we have a wheel composite and also liquid filled cylinders that are moveable with regards to the positioning from the center axis of rotation of the composite wheel. The faster the wheel spins the farther out from the center axis the liquid cylinders move to. I will very briefly familurize you with all the parts on the hydrobalanced wheel of Fig. 2 , this becomes very important to clearly name each piece of your invention as you are building it, and the best way is to clearly understand it's purpose in your invention.
Brief Description of the Hydrobalanced Wheel
In the figure the components are numbered from the root of the invention, they are in the order of the way the parts need to be made in manufacturing in this drawing. The drawing is a two dimentional drawing only and even though it is drawn to scale in some instances like this drawing. This drawing is called a patent draft drawing and as an inventor drawing in scale is important but not necessary, you are drawing Exemplary Embodyments of the invention and not the actual manufacturing line drawings.
Fig. 2 part 13.-outside hub-quantity 2 used to complete one hydrobalanced wheel now that translates into an eight digit number that is filed in a sequence to indicate quickly what the part pertains to, so we derive the set of numbers to lock the parts drawing sequence into individual part catergories, for example.
HW020132 would translate to Hydrobalanced Wheel, drawing file 2, part 13. and then 2 are required to build the embodyment in Fig. 2.
So here is a detailed list from the drawing in Fig. 2. Hydrobalanced Wheel
This step is really important to keep your project optimized and allows you to continue building on the invention without being confused of going over and over parts that you haven't yet associated a name with.