OxyVessel

-Overbalanced Wheel Concept

The operation of the overbalanced wheel is simple if you understand the "vessel" or plunger, the plunger is a simple pipe with a flared end with a expandable membrane which serves as a reservoir for the liquid inside that is displaced as the vessel as a whole is allowed to fall upon itself...

The lower end will be collapsed by the weight of the vessel itself, As the vessel lowers the liquid within is displaced upward and into the upper reservoir(if needed the vessel can be altered to allow a internal rigid reservoir to aid the mass exchange. The wheel is composed of chambers which house the "vessels" that displace their mass upwards, once the wheel has been rotated ineither direction the weight of the collective mass favors one side and then will continue the cycle by drawing the next vessel into a vertical angle and the vessel then changes... ad infinitum.

Below whether small/short or long/tall the vessel/plunger operates as shown... the long version is the one we are talking about...

the *Exchange Pin* isnt necessary but I thought it could aid the transfer...

Above I have included a description of vessel components including the optional *"Pipe Pin"* which I dont believe necessary.

Here is an image of a detailed wheel to illistrate the operation of the wheel...

... Also an animation...

Although the axact angle in which the vessel switches its mass upward would be determined wheel rotation, materials, size,etc... this could be controlled via levered locks to prevent switching until specific angles or completely automated by alternate timing devices...

To further elaborate on the device I will go into the thought of it I have had... the reasoning behind it, If you imagine the bellows... both closed and opened as illistrated then open indicates two unit of mass and one unit of mass for a closed or partial bellow... as you can see the end with greater mass is heavier and outweighs the other end... the exact wording is beyond me.

- If you give the two possible locations for mass and each end of the "plunger" a value of distance which relates to its "power"... (sorry dont know tech. jargon)... lets say a "value" of feet from axis... then the two possible values are 9 and 10... for example.

If one side has a value of 10 and the opposing side a value of 9 and 10 then the 9-10 side has a nearly doubled value and is heavier...

Simple leverage!

... this shows the overbalance, if you take a ruler and hang weights off it you see I am telling the truth... this is a what I call a "static test"... it shows the imbalance at this angle, the vessel exchanges its mass at near vertical so then the leverage on the wheel is carried thru the operation of all vessels during rotation... favoring one side of the wheel... perpetuating the process...

also another image to help you see...