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Naveen Reddy Pothula


Electricity production using conventional methods consume lot of energy, utilize from the fuels and  which in turn converted from one source of energy  to another. To produce free energy  experiments conducted on  the perpetual motion states that it is practically impossible to run a machine on the perpetual  motion 100 percent . Instead of pursuing on perpetual motion, when we support the perpetual motion with slight energy boost just before the halt their will be energy efficiency in certain existing electrical production systems. From the case study  “POWER MULTIPLICATION BY FLYWHEEL” By Mr.changanti bhaskar Flywheel energy storage systems (FESS) employ kinetic energy stored in a rotating mass with very low frictional losses.  Electric energy input accelerates the mass to speed via an integrated motor-generator.  The energy is discharged by drawing down the kinetic energy using the same motor-generator. This process of converting different types of energy is the modern way of producing power or electricity. Flywheel   once reached certain RPM will continue motion because of inertia This paper deals with the concept of producing  electrical energy using flywheel. So when we combine both  above systems then there will be partial perpetual motion which produce electricity with the efficiency of almost 320 time  the power or fuel consumed to produce the power.

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