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Power generation using gravity force

The power generation system uses a gravitational force consisting of:

–  3 structures
–  2 central shafts and
–  power transmission components includingincluding:
        –  4 gears
        –  4 clutch
        –  4 roatation adjustments
        –  4 generators and
        –  solar panels (optional)

Each of the turbines includes a central shaft and each of the 6 arms attached to it and rotate along with central shaft in a vertical circular path around the central shaft. The central shaft is positioned on the structure by two bearings. The design of this system is such that six weights are placed at the end of the six arms. The weights have the ability to change the mass and displacement in the designed range, which is carried out by the pneumatic system. The design of this system is such that six weights are placed at the end of the six arms.

The weights have the ability to change the mass and displacement in the designed range, which is carried out by the pneumatic system. The weights are displaced by the movement of the arm, depending on the position of the arm, and cause the torque to move in the arms. In other words, each arm is designed to move in longitudinal direction in position and design angles. With the arms open and assembled, it is possible to reach the desired roatation which achieved by a pneumatic mechanism in a very short time. Moving and rotation of the arms causes the shaft to rotate around its longitudinal axis and leads to torque production. The torque is transferred to the generator via a gearbox, which generates electricity.

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