# Energy efficiency

## Mechanism To Increase Energy Efficiency.

It is about using Cam for increase
energy efficiency. Cam are generally used to open and close valve of IC
Engine. I am going to show you another use. Left side initial position.
Right side final position. Redius of cam continuously decrease.Sliding
weight (MG) applied on Cam. With the help of rope weight(MG*Cos(b)) is
fixed with cam. We consider b as 45. So cos 45=.70. This fixed weight
should be 0.70 MG. Which balance the sliding weight applied on cam in
tengential direction. As sliding weight come down the fixed weight go

## Mechanism To Increase Energy Efficiency.

View the figure attached. It is about using Cam for increase
energy efficiency. Cam are generally used to open and close valve of IC
Engine. I am going to show you another use. Left side initial position.
Right side final position. Redius of cam continuously decrease.Sliding
weight (MG) applied on Cam. With the help of rope weight(MG*Cos(b)) is
fixed with cam. We consider b as 45. So cos 45=.70. This fixed weight
should be 0.70 MG. Which balance the sliding weight applied on cam in
tengential direction. As sliding weight come down the fixed weight go
up. But the twist is the redius of cam decrease nominal continuously.
So sliding weight come down little bit and fixed weight go up much
more. We consider sliding weight come dowm H2 height and fixed weight

## Stationary hydraulic or spring force can help to rotate pulley.Except pulley all other part in figure are stationary.

Stationary hydraulic or spring force can help to rotate pulley.Except pulley all other part in figure are stationary.

## Energy Security, Global Warming and Engineering

One research report (Energy Security.pdf) is attached with this post. It is about how we can use engineering to slove energy and global warming problem.

## Stationary Force Can Be Utilized To Do Work.

Before explaining I want to clear some basic things.
v=Velocity. Rate of change in the position of an object
v=dx/dt Meters/Second.
a=Acceleration.
a=Rate of change of velocity.
a=dv/dt =dx/dt2.Meters/second2
Because v=dx/dt
Force (F) = M*a=M*dv/dt=M*dx/dt2 Kg-meters/second2 or Newton.
Work=Force* Distance traveled Newton-Meter.
But
what happen when force is stationary or can not travel and object can

## Mechanism to increase energy efficiency

As shown in figure two pulleys can rotate about their axis. Stationary
plate is simply supported on these two pulleys. Now the weight of
stationary plate applied on each pulley in vertical downward direction
is Mg/2. This Mg/2 will divided in two parts. One is tangential and
second is towards the center. Tangential part will help to rotate
pulleys and toward the center part will generate the friction.

Force is stationary and it can help to rotate pulleys at some angle. 