The object is to relate angular velocity to inductance, buoyancy, and gravity
with respect to a buoyant permanent magnet in order to produce electricity.

A small permanent magnet embedded in a low density material ( the capsule ), rises
through a high density non viscous fluid in tube section 1.  The buoyant capsule leaps
out of the fluid and is guided by inertial forces around the top ( frictionless ) and then
falls down tube section 2.

Both tube sections have coils for inducing a current.  At the bottom there is an electric
motor rotating the section with the red spaces which transfers the capsule from the higher
section 2 to the lower section 1.  The red space is where the capsule moves through.  The
blue space is where the fluid moves through and is fixed  ( There is an error in the graphic
- the blue lines indicating the fluid channel should be in front of the grey lines).  The black
bar is the displacement bar.

Then to have two of the figures embedded in a cylinder and aligned about an axis to
allow for G to be increased:

..........|..........
....__...|...__....
...o__) | (__o...
..........|..........

<------G------>

Maybe for general demonstration it would be better to leave out the exchange section and
have the capsule manually inserted for a one time spin through?



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