Review of Free Energy Generator using Flywheel

Review of Free Energy Generator using Flywheel – Mechanical Project 

Abstract— Most of the new technologies were discovered with time which led a serious change in the perception of electric energy. But at the same time there is a misconception of “FREE ENERGY”. Energy becomes free of cost only at a stage after which we don’t have to pay for generation after commissioning the unit. In this research paper, the uses of free energy were noticed by using flywheel system. A motor of 1/2 horsepower capacity is used to drive a combination of belt
and pulley drive which form a gear-train and produces over twice rpm at the shaft of an alternator. The intriguing facts about this system are that higher electrical output power can be obtained from the output of the alternator than appears to be drawn from the input motor. This is done with the help of Gravity wheel or flywheel. Detail study is done with various parameters of flywheel to obtain the maximum free energy out of the system.

The energy which has no cost called free energy. Mechanical energy which drives windmill or Solar energy in solar cell which is then transforms into DC current another energies obtained are from wind power, water power and telluric power. Free energy generator is a way to generate free energy.
There is electricity present everywhere in unlimited quantities and can drive the world’s equipment without the need for gas, coal or oil. There is no such thing as Free Energy. Any electric power from Solar cells, Wind Tidal, Geothermal, and Hydroelectric is only free, after starting up these methods for generating electric power by delivering some capital cost.
Energy becomes free only after some point since we don’t have to pay charges for electric power generation through these non-conventional methods for generating electric power. This concludes that energy can definitely captured from the local environment in sufficient quantities so that our primary requirements are satisfied. This basic fact and it is denied at every opportunity in conventional science determined not to take it. It seems that root cause of this refusal to accept this factuality are likely that given financial interests. The correct scientific method is to improvement scientific theory by observed fact and new discoveries, but the true scientific method is not being followed at the present time.


The basic model of free energy generator basically consists of following components are given below:

  • Flywheel
  • Generator
  • Motor
  • Shaft
  • Bearings
  • Pulley
  • Belt Drive

Design Component

The free energy generator in which the generation of energy from fully gravitational energy. We are using flywheel of considerable mass in kg which is use for gravitational energy for obtaining more output.

Here we are using two shafts in layout of the system. The Design of Shaft is to be calculated in order to find the proper Shaft diameter which would sustain the load easily and to ensure the maximum energy is transfer with minimum loss.

Bearing selection is also some important criteria in order to ensure smooth and long lasting functioning of the system.

Belt Drive:
We know that a belt drive is useful for the power transmission using pulley. At the first stage we selected pulley as per standard specification. Each pulley has different diameters and speed. The belt, wire (rope) drives are used for the power transmission. In the project, we are going to use total six pulleys, so we need three different belt drives.

Review of Free Energy Generator using Flywheel
Review of Free Energy Generator using Flywheel

A mains motor of 373 watt capacity (0.5 horsepower) is used to drive a series of belts and pulleys which form a gear-train which produces over twice the rotational speed at the shaft of an electrical generator. The conspiracy thing about this system is that greater electrical power can be drawn from the output generator than appears to be drawn from the input drive to the motor. Mr. Tseung’s gravity theory explains that if a energy pulse is applied to a flywheel, then during the instant of that pulse, excess energy equal to 2mgr is fed into the flywheel, where “m” is the mass of the flywheel, “g” is the gravitational constant and “r” is the radius of the center of mass of the flywheel, that is, the
distance from the axle to the point at which the mass of the wheel shows to act. If all of the flywheel mass is at the rim of the wheel, the “r” would be the radius of the wheel itself. This means that if the flywheel is driven sophisticatedly at constant speed, then there is no energy gain. However, if the drive is not smooth, then excess energy is drawn from the gravitational field. That energy rises as the
diameter of the flywheel rises. It also increases as the weight of the flywheel increases. It also increases if the flywheel weight is concentrated as far out towards the rim of the flywheel as is able. It also increases, the faster the impulses are applied to the system. 

Based on the above work of free energy generator using flywheel the following conclusion can be drawn. It is clear that, cast iron flywheels are having greater Stress and deformation. S Glass Epoxy can be used in flywheels to store energy with less mass. Environmental concerns in conjunction with the call for greater operational safety may incite demand for new decentralized electricity production systems, coupled to the network and integrating small scale storage devices. Flywheels would then provide an excellent solution and allow the market to expand. We got 18% extra electrical output.

This is our free energy. The AC generator and flywheel produce 450 W of electricity from 0.5 HP motor

Sachin Thorat

Sachin is a B-TECH graduate in Mechanical Engineering from a reputed Engineering college. Currently, he is working in the sheet metal industry as a designer. Additionally, he has interested in Product Design, Animation, and Project design. He also likes to write articles related to the mechanical engineering field and tries to motivate other mechanical engineering students by his innovative project ideas, design, models and videos.

13 thoughts on “Review of Free Energy Generator using Flywheel

  1. I have tried building a free energy generator using a 3 HP single phase electric motor with 2860 RPM.
    an electric generator 5KVA with 1500 rpm and appropriate pulleys ( 2 pcs) . I have a problem in determining the size or mass of the fly wheel to use.
    could you kindly start me off?

  2. if i run 15 kw free energy generator and my i used 12kw energy then how much time my free energy generator will run.. i means that if i run the motor how many days it will give me electricity.

    my email.

  3. Please send me the cost of your producing a detail plan for the generation of 20 kw (if possible ) using this system. I have purchased two 150 pound flywheels over 2 ft in diameter w 2 inch shaft hole.
    My plans are to create enough power to run my 240 and 110 wood working shop machines. Only one, usually is running at the same time. I have the steel for the frame and need detailed pulley type, and diameter and belt size for the hook up of the train to create . Kindly advise if you are capable of providing this in return email to “” thank you Uncle Doug.

  4. Can you combine this tech with human power?
    The most over fuled and under used machine in the history of history is …. You!

  5. I have build 12 kw alternator with 100 kg flywheel with 3hp single phase electric motor but it doesn’t work

  6. Dear Sir

    I have a 3 kw single phase electric motor. I want to use a 12kw alternator single phase…
    1) How big and heavy should my flywheel be.
    2)How long should my v- belts be?
    3) Is the capacity between the 3kw motor and 12kw alternator correct?

  7. Dear Sir
    I have a 3 kw single phase electric motor. I want to use a 12kw alternator single phase…
    1) How big and heavy should my flywheel be.
    2)How long should my v- belts be?
    3) Is the capacity between the 3kw motor and 12kw alternator correct?

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