Basic Principle

The Energy used for rotating an arm of, 6 meter radius at a speed of 9.8 meter per second, The Force available towards the center point. If it is taken intermittently the energy thus available is 2.72 times more than the Energy used for rotating


Parts & Diagram

  1. Center axis
  2. Hydraulic cylinder (Its diameter is 200mm, and stroke length 50mm. when it strokes one time 1570ml oil is pumped out. As there are two parts like this 3140ml of oil is pumped out in one time. The pressure of the oil is 3300 psi. To make this PR valve is fixed)
  3. Cam disk: the diameter of cam disk is 600mm. in it there inclined plane is a slope consisting 50mm height and 150mm length. This inclined plain slope is for the main reason to improve the energy
  4.  Weight 3300kg
  5. Slippery Metal path
  6. Input oil tube
  7. Frame with Disc  (To reduce Friction between the Cam Disc and Hydraulic Piston)
  8. Oil output Tube
  9. 10 HP Motor


When motor is given electric connection which is on the mass rotates in the speed of 9.8m/sec. For every rotation it takes 4 seconds. Because of this rotation force is produced in the center. According to the formula ( F = mv2/r) 52,800 kg of pressure is made on disc. This is fixed on center axis. In this pressure 85% is divided into 2 and applied through inclined plane to the hydraulic pistons. When they were given pressure the energy which is improved by the inclined plane is applied

The total amount of the discharged Oil in every rotation is 3140 ml.

As the mass rotates in 15 times per minute, the total amount of discharged oil per minute is 47100 ml.
47100ml = 12.5 us Galan 

           The pressure of Oil is 3300 psi 

           1500 Psi X 1 GPM= 1 HP
           3300 Psi X 12.5 GPM= 27 HP