Fig. 1 is an assembled side elevational view of a Manmotor of the present invention without the human input or apparatus to translate human energy into rotation, and is illustrated at a starting position.
Theory Of Operation
Referring to Fig. 1, the wheel of 1. is rotated by input rotation from the wheel of 3. and 3. rotated from the input rotation from the wheel of 9. . Wheel 9. diameter is fixed but made variable in width through mechanical adjustment methods, that effectively allows a change in diameter of wheel 9. by mechanical means. As wheel 9. is rotated a belt connecting the outer circumference of 9. to the outer circumference of the wheel of 4. allows 4. to rotate at the ratio shown in Fig. 1 (static) , 9. and 4. remain at a one to six ratio in speed.
The mechanical structure of 4. is permanently affixed to one half of the rotating element of 3. and the other half element of 3. regulates the diameter of 3. variably to a maximum circumference ratio of one to three, based on restriction to rotation of 3. through restriction of load wheel 2. while rotating at various RPM ranges. At present in it's static form the belt of 3. connecting the outer circumference of 3. to the outer circumference of wheel 2. remains at a ratio of three to one.
The Machine Embodiment of Fig. 1 stands at rest and specified (static) in this exemplary form of the drawing. This example shows the machine in it's intended "starting position", and that the interrelated components yet to be exampled within further text are also in their perspective "starting positions".
As wheel 9. begins to rotate, the belt connecting it to wheel 4. also rotates wheel 4. , wheel 9. can be rotated clockwise or counterclockwise in retrospect to the embodiment drawing of Fig. 1 . Wheel 4. is a solid part of half embodiment 3. and directly translates force and speed through rotation into the half element 3. with the wheel of 2. and that the wheel of 2. is made up of three elements that includes the wheel of 5. , the wheel of 2.comprises one frictional surface and is stationarily attached to the wheel of 1. . As 1. begins it's rotation clockwise or counterclockwise the frictional surface of embodiment 2. and 5. are frictionally connected together and also rotate as wheel 9. is rotated.
As wheel 1. rotates the third element of 2. and 5. a belt attaches wheel 5. to the frictional surface element of wheel 6. . This frictional surface half element of wheel 6. is staionarily attached to the mechanical structure of wheel 7. and is connected to the wheel of 8. with a belt.
The embodiment of the present invention Manmotor exampled in Fig. 1 is a new and usefull invention that has purpose dedicated to fullfill the needs of a human being and is mostly concerned with the production of hydrogen for cooking and freezing foods, oxygen to breathe, and electricity to use for the common lighting in a household or office.
The current invention is a tool that accomplishes the aforementioned needs for a human being needing to cook food, store food, and have light when needed. Also the current invention will allow a human being energy freedom from the power generating companies and the gas companies, and offers a choice to individuals wanting to live in areas of the earth that may not be associated with human civilization, and to live and sustain a healthy family life from the direct translation of human force to the product fuel and electrical energy. Any fractional horsepower power source can be applied to the drive rotation of the present invention in addition to human input power.