February 22, 2018

NEW ENERGY NOW (K.E.G.S.) Part 2: Kinetic Electricity Generator Systems: Self-powered Generator(s) – AUTONOMOUS ENERGY REGENERATION SYSTEM(S) D.I.Y.!!!


Flywheels have been used for hundreds of years to power machinery. The Government, Corporations, Science, Patent Office(s) around the world and many others know all about what they are capable of. There are Formula’s for every aspect of Flywheel electrical power generation.

It is the Absolute Nemesis of Big Oil, Big Coal, Big Natural Gas, Big Power in General, on multiple levels.

Every New Energy Source they push; Large Solar, Wind and Hydro technologies, Exotics, etc., requires corporations to build and maintain.

And Flywheel tech. is so old and so simple, it falls into the realm of DYI Do-It-Yourself!
And now with super efficient Inverters in all shapes and sizes, it makes an already efficient power source even more so!

Most of our Power Needs can easily be handled with simple, old-school technologies that have been around for over a hundred years. And some, insanely older than that!

But the Winds Of Change are in the AIR Tonight!

And Wade House and the True Democracy Party of America are here to make sure this tech will not get swept under the rug again!!!

They had their chance! Now it’s our turn!!!



In a world where everything from our automobiles to our underwear may soon run on electricity, more efficient portable power is a major concern.

After a century of stagnation, chemical and ultracapacitor batteries have recently made some strides forward, and more are on the horizon. But the most promising way of storing energy for the future might come from a more unlikely source, and one that far predates any battery: the flywheel.

In principle, a flywheel is nothing more than a wheel on an axle which stores and regulates energy by spinning continuously.

The device is one of humanity’s oldest and most familiar technologies: it was in the potter’s wheel six thousand years ago, as a stone tablet with enough mass to rotate smoothly between kicks of a foot pedal; it was an essential component in the great machines that brought on the industrial revolution; and today it’s under the hood of every automobile on the road, performing the same function it has for millennia—now regulating the strokes of pistons rather than the strokes of a potter’s foot.

Ongoing research, however, suggests that humanity has yet to seize the true potential of the flywheel. When spun up to very high speeds, a flywheel becomes a reservoir for a massive amount of kinetic energy, which can be stored or drawn back out at will. It becomes, in effect, an electromechanical battery.

The capabilities of such a device are as extraordinary as its unique design. A traditional lead-acid cell— the battery most often used in heavy-duty power applications— stores energy at a density of 30-40 watt-hours per kilogram: enough to power a 100-watt bulb for about 20 minutes.

A flywheel-based battery, on the other hand, can reach energy densities 3-4 times higher, at around 100-130 watt-hours per kilogram.

Unlike the battery, the flywheel can also store and discharge all that energy rapidly without being damaged, meaning it can charge up to full capacity within minutes instead of hours and deliver up to one hundred times more power than a conventional battery.

What’s more, it’s unaffected by extreme temperatures, boasts an efficiency of 85-95%, and has a lifespan measured in decades rather than years.

While the average person has probably never heard of a flywheel battery, the concept is starting to be taken seriously by commercial and governmental interests. Large corporations see flywheel energy systems as ideal for power backup applications because of their long lifespan and low maintenance.

Power companies often use them for load-leveling purposes: maintaining a steady flow of electricity between power generation peaks, or storing surplus energy during low-demand periods to prevent brownouts later on.

Applications such as laboratory experiments that require huge amounts of electricity are sometimes powered by a flywheel, which can be gradually charged up over time rather than placing a massive drain on the power grid all at once.

And NASA is funneling considerable resources into developing flywheel systems, which they believe could completely replace batteries in space applications.

Apart from a marked superiority in energy density and lifespan, flywheels have the unique advantage of providing energy storage and attitude control for a spacecraft or satellite in one easy package. When two flywheels aboard a satellite spin in opposite directions at equal speeds, the satellite will maintain its attitude; when energy is transferred between the wheels to speed one and slow the other, the satellite will rotate.

But it’s closer to the ground that we find perhaps the most exciting potential application for a flywheel power system.

With the modern world’s increasing awareness of the economic and environmental drawbacks of oil-powered automobiles, the electric car has taken on an almost mythical status.

Despite decades of development, a practical electric automobile seems as far away as ever, and the limitations of current batteries are largely to blame—they’re sorely lacking in power, storage capacity, charge speed, durability, and lifespan.

Flywheel energy storage could well be the solution, and we don’t even have to delve into the theoretical to imagine how such a system would work. In an almost forgotten piece of transportation history, the flywheel-driven vehicle was briefly a reality.





The principle of the flywheel is found in the Neolithic spindle and the potter’s wheel.

The use of the flywheel as a general mechanical device to equalize the speed of rotation is, according to the American medievalist Lynn White, recorded in the De diversibus artibus (On various arts) of the German artisan Theophilus Presbyter (ca. 1070–1125) who records applying the device in several of his machines.

* Flywheels are often used to provide continuous power output in systems where the energy source is not continuous.
* A flywheel is a mechanical device specifically designed to efficiently store rotational energy.
* Flywheels resist changes in rotational speed.


Creating a concrete flywheel




The Chas Campbell System. Recently, Mr. Chas Campbell of Australia demonstrated electrical power gain with a flywheel system which he developed:

But what this diagram does not show, is that a couple of the drive belts are left with excessive slack. This causes a rapid series of jerks in the drive between the mains motor and the flywheel.

These occur so rapidly that they do not appear noticeable when looking at the system operating.

However, this stream of very short pulses in the drive chain, generates a considerable amount of excess energy drawn from the gravitational field.

Chas has now confirmed the excess energy by getting the flywheel up to speed and then switching the drive motor input to the output generator. The result is a self-powered system capable of running extra loads.

Let me explain the overall system.

A mains motor of 750 watt capacity (1 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 intriguing 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.

How can that be? Well, 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 (weight) of the flywheel, “g” is the gravitational constant and “r” is the radius of the centre of mass of the flywheel, that is, the distance from the axle to the point at which the weight of the wheel appears to act.

If all of the flywheel weight is at the rim of the wheel, the “r” would be the radius of the wheel itself.

This means that if the flywheel (which is red in the following photographs) is driven smoothly 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 increases as the diameter of the flywheel increases. 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 possible. It also increases, the faster the impulses are applied to the system.

However, Jacob Byzehr points out that another mechanism comes into play even if all of the belts are correctly tensioned. The effect is caused by the perpetual inward acceleration of the material of the flywheel due to the fact that it rotates in a fixed position. He refers to it as being ‘the rule of shoulder of Archimedes’ which is not something with which I am familiar.

The important point is that Chas Campbell’s system is self-powered and can power other equipment!

You notice that not only does he have a heavy flywheel of a fair size, but that there are three or four other large diameter discs mounted where they also rotate at the intermediate speeds of rotation. While these discs may well not have been placed there as flywheels, nevertheless, they do act as flywheels, and each one of them will be contributing to the free-energy gain of the system as a whole.

A replication video with 750 watts input and 2340 watts output is here and this implementation does not appear to have a heavy flywheel, although the largest pulley wheel looks as if it contains considerable weight:


Chas Chambell Free Energy Generator Replica – Generating 2340 Watts using 750W


im not gonna argue whether this works or not i have a generator 3 k I will dismantle build a chassis i have two flywheels i will use chas’s config and give it a go myself should be interesting i dont believe in the conservation of enrgy law myself i believe its all a lie to keeps everyone under control


what’s not to believe in the conservation law? generators require some form of energy to begin operation. In the case of this video he uses a power drill to begin it then other physics are involved within the generator and allow it to have that electrical output without anymore additional energy. Honestly it’s basic physics which can be proven true each and every attempt to do so otherwise


Well this planet has been spinning for along time. But if it’s true and you want the world to change then you have to give it away freely with full disclosure on how it works and how to build it. And if it’s true and you want to profit off of it, then the world will still be the same.


Free Energy Generator, CHAS CAMPBELL Flywheel System, Overunity


Sorry only one flywheel the rest are pulleys. The one on your left is a 750watt motor not a generator. Again Chas Campbell Generator like all generators cannot run it’s self. Also your showing all the belts under tension this is wrong, so the device you showing in the nicely illustrated drawing will not work they need to slip somewhat, acting like a clutch. Ho and it does work. Will be uploading my version soon. But please forget making it run its self. 750watts input running a 2k output. That’s the best I can get. but it don’t run long minutes only then the generator drops out all speeds beck up and run 2k again, and NO dropping the load don’t resolve this. (Generator field dropout) but this is for some other time. thanks for uploading.


I see comments that this solution didn’t work. It does work.
As usual, great CAD work Mario!! BTW, it’s not called the Chas Campbell Flywheel System. This design has been around for years and used in many countries. It’s commonly known as the Flywheel Generator



Jacob Byzehr. In 1998, Jacob lodged a patent application for a design of the type shown by Chas Campbell. Jacob has analysed the operation and he draws attention to a key design factor:

Jacob states that a very important feature for high performance with a system of this kind is the ratio of the diameters of the driving and take-off pulleys on the shaft which contains the flywheel, especially with systems where the flywheel rotates at high speed.

The driving pulley needs to be three or four times larger than the power take-off pulley. Using Chas’ 1430 rpm motor and a commonly available 1500 rpm generator, the 12:9 step-up to the shaft of the flywheel gives a satisfactory generator speed while providing a 3.27 ratio between the 9-inch diameter driving pulley and the 2.75” diameter power take-off pulley.

If a generator which has been designed for wind-generator use and which has it’s peak output power at just 600 rpm is used, then an even better pulley diameter ratio can be achieved.



The Self-powered Generator of José Luis García del Castillo
In 1998, Spanish patent ES 2,119,690 was granted to José Luis García del Castillo.

I suspect that the auxiliary generators shown in the patent are only there to get the patent accepted by the patent examiner, rather than because they are actually needed. If that is correct, then the design is almost the same as Chas Campbell’s design, although built in a more compact form:

As Jacob Byzehr points out, an energy gain is achieved through inertial acceleration caused by having the pulley wheel “A” attached to the flywheel shaft, larger than the pulley wheel “B” attached to the shaft of the generator. As drawn, there is a major difference in those diameters. Here is an attempted translation of the patent:

Patent: ES 2119690 Date: 1 Oct 1998 Inventor: José Luis García del Castillo


The system comprises an electric motor drive (1), a main generator (2), auxiliary generators (3), a battery (4), a charging regulator (5), and a speed regulator (6). The system is intended to generate its own operating power, and provide an extra supply for other purposes.

Field of the invention
The present invention refers to a self-contained system of energy regeneration, which in addition has several advantages set out below.

Background of the invention
It has been known for many years, how to construct machines which can generate electric current. These are known by the generic name of “electric power generators”, consisting of rotating machine that transforms mechanical power into electrical power as a result of alternative action between a magnetic field and a moving conductor.

However, the various types of generator which make up the current state of the art, require the help of a motor, which transforms mechanical power into electrical energy, and that motor requires an independent power source which must be supplied continuously.

Thus, a system capable of generating its own power supply as well as providing an extra power supply for other purposes, is not known in the current state of the art.

Summary of the invention:

The applicant for the present patent has designed an self-contained energy regeneration system, capable of producing its own operating energy in addition to generating a surplus which can be used in electrical networks using voltage converters required for any electrical installation, whether in homes, offices, warehouses etc.., with it is possible to reach places where it is difficult to install the power grid, allowing its use as an alternative source of energy other than solar or wind power.

Other applications would be in the automotive field, as a power source for motorcycles, cars, etc. by connecting the system to the propelling motor, and thus achieving the necessary motion of the vehicle.

Overall, the system is comprised of the following basic components:
An electric traction motor.

* A main generator.

* Various auxiliary generators.

* A battery or accumulator.

* A load and output-power controller.

* A speed controller.

The electric drive motor supplies the necessary electromotive force needed for the system to operate, the generator supplies power to the system, charging the battery and providing direct power to the traction motor when needed, or if the battery is fully charged, then just to power the motor.

It can go provide direct mechanical power by using pulleys and belts, gears or any other means.

The auxiliary generators are responsible for supplying backup power and can use propellers or be in the form of a turbine operating by the action of the wind or by gears attached to a flywheel placed in the traction motor.

The function of the battery is to provide the power needed to start the motor and in addition, to supply any extra power that the engine may need during operation.

The battery is recharged by the main generator which is driven directly by the motor. The function of the charge controller is to prevent the battery becoming overcharged. The function of the speed controller is to control the speed of the drive motor.

The present invention offers the advantages described above, as well as others which will be understood from the example embodiment of the system described in detail below, to facilitate understanding of the features stated above, and introducing at the same time, various in addition to the present specification.

It should be understood that the drawings are only by way of example and they do not limit the scope of the present invention in any respect, being just an example of one form of construction.

Brief description of the drawings

In the drawings:

Fig.1, is a diagram of the system as one example of a practical embodiment of the invention.


Fig.2 shows an alternative embodiment of this invention:


* Description of a preferred embodiment of this invention
As shown in the drawing, the self-contained system of energy regeneration, in accordance with an embodiment of the present patent, comprises an electric traction motor (1), a main generator (2), several auxiliary generators (3), a battery or accumulator (4), a charge controller and power supply (5), and a motor speed controller (6)

The electric drive motor (1) provides the necessary electromotive force for operating the system, and its voltage and power are selected in accordance with whatever size of system you wish to construct.

The main generator (2) supplies power to the system, firstly, to recharge the battery (4), and secondly, direct power to the motor (1) if it requires it. When the battery (4) is fully charged, its charge is maintained by power from the motor, supplied by suitable pulleys or other method of transmission of mechanical power.

The speed of revolution of the generator must be arranged through choice of the gearing between the motor and the generator, so that when the motor is operating at its maximum speed and drawing its maximum current, that the generator is spinning fast enough to supply that current. The main generator (2) will be therefore connected electrically to the battery (4) and mechanically to the motor (1).

The auxiliary generators (3), are in the form of a turbine, operating by wind action or by gears attached to a flywheel (7), driven by motor (1), as shown in Fig.2. These auxiliary generators (3) provide reserve power for the system.

The battery (4), must have a capacity which exceeds the maximum power of the motor (1), and its role in the system is to provide the power needed to start the motor (1), and to supply any extra energy which the motor (1), may need during operation. The battery is recharged directly by the main generator (2) which is driven by the motor (1).

The charge controller and power distributor (5) is positioned between the main generator (2), the auxiliary generators (3) and the battery (4). Its job is to regulate the current draw from the battery (4), to prevent excessive current draw. It also distributes any surplus power as a direct feed to the generator (2) and the drive motor (1) when it needs additional current.

The auxiliary generators (3) can either provide additional power to the motor (1), or their power output may be used for any other power needs.

The speed regulator (6), is intended to regulate the speed of the motor (1), this adjustment is gradual, and is adjusted to match the intended use of the system.

System applications can be many and diverse, noteworthy among which are uses in the automotive field, where it can be used as a means for propelling cars and other motor vehicles, with the motor (1) connected to a drive wheel which propels the vehicle.

In these applications, the auxiliary generators (3), can be fitted with propellers or be turbine-shaped, so that the passing wind provides extra energy to the electrical system. With electric vehicles, only the main generator is connected to a drive wheel.

Other applications for this system are in the field of energy supply, i.e. use in electrical networks. The advantage of using this patented system is that the power supply is practically inexhaustible and clean, and subject only to component wear and tear during operation.

Its operation is as follows:

Battery (4) provides the energy needed to start the motor (1), and allows for the possibility of increased electrical input being needed at certain times during operation of the system. The battery (4) is electrically connected to the motor (1) through the speed controller (6), which is fed from the main generator (2) by the load distribution controller (5).

The generator (2), is driven directly by the drive motor (1), and the transmission of motion from one component to another is through gears, belts and pulleys, or any other conventional means.

The auxiliary generators (3) are electrically connected to the charge controller (5), and the battery (4), and their movement by the wind generates their own energy, having turbine blades or propellers, or through being spun by the flywheel (7) which is connected directly to the motor (1).

The energy produced by these auxiliary generators (3) may be used for charging other batteries for later use, or used directly to power other electrical equipment or electrical installation networks. Through voltage converters it is possible to convert the voltage produced by the system to a voltage which is suitable for use in other equipment.


The Wilson Self-Powered DC Generator

Mr. Wilson of Texas built a self-powered generator system using an old table and some car parts. His construction was shaky, but in spite of that, it powered itself and other equipment.
The table which he used was five feet (1.5 m) in diameter and 2-inches (50 mm) thick which means that it will have weighed at least 130 pounds or 60 Kilograms which is a substantial amount, well in excess of that used by Chas Campbell with his AC self-powered system.

In this DC construction the system was driven by a standard, unmodified, off-the-shelf DC motor powered by two car batteries wired in parallel to give a larger current capacity.

These batteries were kept charged up by two ‘generators’ from pre-1964 American cars (the closest available today are permanent magnet alternators). These generators also powered additional equipment and Mr Wilson pointed out that three or more generators could be run by the system, giving a substantial level of excess electrical power.

The machine has to be described as ‘shaky’ because he chose to convert the table top into a V-pulley belt drive flywheel by driving a series of nails into the edge of the wooden disc, with those nails angled to form a V shaped gap through which he ran a pulley belt.
After three days of continuous running, those nails started to come out, causing him to power the system down.

This unit was built around 1990, and if anyone decides to attempt a replication, then I suggest that the rim of the wooden disc is grooved to take the belt rather than relying on nails. The arrangement was like this:

There was also a belt-tensioning roller which is not shown in the diagram above which assumes that the flywheel has been grooved to take the drive belt. Schematically, the arrangement was like this:

Here, the additional output can be used directly for powering 12-volt equipment or an inverter can be used to provide mains voltage and frequency. A typical inverter looks like this:

The battery power is connected to one end using thick cables to carry the heavy current, and one or more mains sockets are provided at the other end of the case, along with an On/Off switch and power indicators. Inverters come in many sizes and power ratings, generally ranging from 150 watts to 3,000 watts (3 kW). The more expensive ones are specified as “True Sine-Wave Output” but very few present day items of equipment will not run well on the cheaper versions which do not produce a true sine-wave output.

Mr Wilson decided not to patent his design and instead wanted it to be open-source information for anybody to use freely.

However, the Jesse McQueen patent shown in chapter 13 looks to be Mr Wilson’s design although the flywheel does not appear to be mentioned there.

It should be stressed that the generator output needs to be high and so permanent magnet types are considered to be essential for this application.

The specialised motor (and consequently, generator) winding methods chapter 2, raise efficiencies by a factor of typically 300% or more, and so would raise the output of this system very substantially if they were applied to the motor, or the generators, or both.


SOURCE: A Practical Guide to Free-Energy Devices Author: Patrick J. Kelly

[ Chapter 4: Gravity-Powered Systemshttp: ]






Flywheels have been used for hundreds of years to power equipment/machinery.





The rim diameter of 622 mm (~24.5 inch) is identical to most road, hybrid, and touring bicycle wheels, but they are typically reinforced for greater durability in off-road riding. The average 29-inch mountain bike tire is ISO 59-622 – corresponding to an outside diameter of about 29.15 inches (740 mm).

A small wheel on the shaft of the generator turns the armature of the generator 30 times for each revolution of the tire.

1800 WATTS = 2.4 HP = 15 AMPS ….



Force Magnification and Mechanical Advantage.
Higher Force Ratios may be obtained by the use of more pulleys.



Gears are everywhere where there are engines and motors producing rotational motion.
Gears are generally used for one of four different reasons:
1) To reverse the direction of rotation
2) To increase or decrease the speed of rotation
3) To move rotational motion to a different axis
4) To keep the rotation of two axis synchronized

Understanding the concept of the gear ratio

Understanding the concept of the gear ratio is easy if you understand the concept of the circumference of a circle. Keep in mind that the circumference of a circle is equal to the diameter of the circle multiplied by Pi (Pi is equal to 3.14159…).

Therefore, if you have a circle or a gear with a diameter of one inch, the circumference of that circle will be 3.14159 inches.


Planetary Gear Train:
Planetary gears solve the following problem. Let’s say you want a gear ratio of 6:1. One way to create that ratio is with the following three-gear train:


The advantages of chains and belts are light weight, the ability to separate the two gears by some distance, and the ability to connect many gears together on the same chain or belt.

For example, in a car engine, the same toothed belt might engage the crankshaft, two camshafts and the alternator. If you had to use gears in place of the belt, it would be a lot harder!






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NOTE: PART 3 will cover Transportation!!!