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## How to utilise the energy from any moving object by using their mass and motion

..Any object hav their mass .if it is in motion it gains velocity ..energy is equal to e=mc^2....so that my idea is we have to catch the energy...for example to produce electrical power in a generator ..rotar rotates with high r.p.m in a stator .so that power wil generate..this is the basic principle in a generator.... in generator if we have to rotate a rotar with high r.p.m it requires some energy by using diesel or any other fuel .....my idea is why dnt we use flywheel shaft like a rotar..a big machines like deep draw or mechanical press have heavy flywheel .it rotates when a machine in running position ..we have to use that energy becoz it rotates with high r.p.m . Exactly middle position of the fly wheel shaft ( the shaft is made like rotar it have some copper windings and armature) in middle position we make a stator body around the shaft ..it seems same as a genderator..when a fly wheel rotates the power wil generate......same way we impliment these principle any rotating ofject ..like in a vehicle two wheels having one shaft ..these shaft makes a rotation...any object we use these principle and provide a stator body . In that shaft rotates like a rotar so that electro manetic field wil generate.due to these field we catch the power .at this position we change over the fuel consumption into electrical power ( wheel shaft generating the power continuously when it is running position)if vehicle in slow movement change over to the fuel consumption...so that we save more fuel in four wheelers.........

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• #### david george

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Mar 10 2013: Shaft having rpm sir..for example in a vehicle 2 mtrs shaft have two wheels at both ends right ..i told to set up the stator body at middle with windings and shaft act like as a rotar

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