Unidirectional Centrifugal
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The simplest way to demonstrate UCF is with a
rod  and a washer. With one end of the rod
threaded a little ways, and a nut screwed on to
that end. Place the washer over the other end
of the rod and hold the rod in your hand
pointing straight up, with the washer resting
on your fingers. Oscillate the rod back and
forth and the washer will climb up the rod.
Depending on how fast you move the rod you
can control how high the washer will go. Each
time the rod moves it drags the washer ( mass
) with it in an arc, and CF causes the washer to
become weight less for a short time and it
moves up. The rod stops and reverses
direction dragging the washer the other way,
and the same thing happens moving the
washer a little higher. The washer does not
drop back when the rod stops, because the rod
changes direction so fast. Depending on the
velocity of the rod the CF out-put maybe less,
the same, or greater then the weight of the
washer, and it will drop, stay in one place, or
rise accordingly.  

UCF can be produced mechanically in two ways
using, (1) Oscillations or (2) full Rotary.

In (1) you would have to move the mass over
only the part of the circle in the direction you
wished to move. With the mass oscillating
horizontally it would move across the ground,
and if the mass was oscillating vertically the
movement would be up. Oscillation of  a single
Mass will not work with out tethering to
prevent sideways movement when the mass
reaches the end of the arc. To prevent this you
must use two masses moving in opposite
directions, so they stop at the same time.
I first discovered this back in 1951, and have
written an article entitled, “ It began in my
brain 54 years ago.” which is on my web site. I
do not wish to repeat what has been covered
in that article concerning my history, but
instead devote this just to coverage of UCF.

I was not aware that I could access the US
Patent Office records until a few years ago. It
was at that time I discovered Patents dating as
far back as 1931, five years before I was born.
There were around 42 dealing with mechanical
devices to produce movement using UCF.
Most of the patents for devices of this type do
not mention Centrifugal Force ( CF ) as having
any thing to do with the workings of the
invention. The names applied to the devices
use the term Inertial Propulsion and describe
the inventions function using this term and
others such as angular momentum. For those
who did not have the fortune of a collage
education and the higher command of the
English language it is hard to understand just
how the process works. ( For a better
understanding of the term Inertia see my
article, “Inertia” on my web site.)

What I say on the subject is not just an
opinion. Science in general agrees and covers
CF in every high school physic book with the
formula for calculating the force, which is CF =
M(Vsq)/R. Mass times the velocity squared
divided by the radius of the curved path the
mass follows. Now I could describe it as being
Proportional to the mass, and the square of the
velocity, or inversely proportional to the
radius. In similar terms CF increases when the
mass or velocity increases and decreases with
increases in the radius.
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