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Title:
SYSTEM DRIVEN BY THE IMPULSE OF FORCE AND THE VEHICLE
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2019/215461
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The presented system driven by the impulse of force (1), comprises the source of rotational motion (14), a transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20), which transformer circuit is connected with the source of the rotational motion in such a way that it converts rotational motion into a linear motion; furthermore it comprises a mass (36) connected to said transformer circuit (20), wherein the mass (36), when the source of the rotational motion (14) is on, moves forwards and backwards in such a way that when it moves forwards, it moves at high speed, and when it moves backwards, it moves at a low speed, causing the system (1) to impulsively move forward. The presented system (1) further comprises transmission shaft of the motor drive (16) connected to a transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) in such a way that the rotational motion of axis of an electric motor is transmitted onto the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) via transmission shaft of the motor drive (16), so that by increasing the rotation speed of the electric motor (14), the speed of the linear motion of the mass (36) is also increased, and by reducing the rotation speed of the electric motor (14), the speed of the linear motion of the mass (36) is also reduced. This is an experimental model which shows the possibility of the drive by the impulse of force, which is a normal evolutionary process in mechanics. The practical design of the vehicle is based on a hydraulic or pneumatic motor that would be the source of rotational motion (14).

Inventors:
GRUBELIĆ, Boris (Ulica III. 25, Prvić Šepurine, 22234, HR)
Application Number:
HR2019/000011
Publication Date:
November 14, 2019
Filing Date:
May 03, 2019
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
GRUBELIĆ, Boris (Ulica III. 25, Prvić Šepurine, 22234, HR)
International Classes:
F16H25/14; F03G3/00
Foreign References:
US20170342898A12017-11-30
Other References:
GEBRANZIG UWE: "Perpetua Mobilia", DPMA ERFINDERAKTVITÄTEN, DE, 1 January 1998 (1998-01-01), pages 1 - 5, XP002547819
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
STRNIŠČAK, Tomislav (Gorčica 10, Šenkovec, Čakovec, 40000, HR)
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Claims:
PATENT CLAIMS

1. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), characterized in that it comprises a source of the rotational motion (14), a transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) that is connected with the source of the rotational motion in such a way that it converts rotational motion into a linear motion; furthermore it comprises a mass (36) connected to said transformer circuit (20), wherein the mass (36), when the source of the rotational motion (14) is on, moves forwards and backwards in such a way that when it moves forwards, it moves at high speed, and when it moves backwards, it moves at a low speed, causing the system to impulsively move forward.

2. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 1, characterized in that the source of rotational motion (1) is electric motor, wherein the system (1) further comprises a transmission shaft of the motor drive (16) connected to the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) in such a way that the rotational motion of axis of the electric motor is transmitted onto the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) via transmission shaft of the motor drive (16), so that by inaeasing the rotation speed of the electric motor (14), the speed of the linear motion of the mass (36) is also increased, and by reducing the rotation speed of the electric motor (14), the speed of the linear motion of the mass (36) is also reduced.

3. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claims 1 or 2, characterized in that it furthermore comprises a mass rail track (30) that is at one end connected to the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20), while the mass (36) is fixed at the other end, whereby, when the system (1) is in operation, the mass rail track (30) moves linearly forwards and backwards, causing the mass to move forwards and backwards together with the mass rail track (30).

4. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in any of the previous claims, characterized in that it comprises a motion transmitting obstacle (1) to transmit the mass impact (36).

5. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in any of the previous claims, characterized in that it further comprises a cart (80) to which the source of the rotational motion (14) and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) are attached.

6. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 5, characterized in that it further comprises an outer system casing (10) with ability to move on a basic surface (90), wherein the outer system casing (10) comprises the bottom of the system casing (102) with the cart (80) placed on the inside the outer side of the system casing (10), which cart can move on the bottom of the system casing (102); furthermore it comprises a motor reinforcement (92) and the transmission assembly reinforcement (94), which reinforcements (92, 94) are fastened to the cart (80) so that the source of the rotational motion (14) is fastened to the motor reinforcement (92) and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) is fastened to the transmission assembly reinforcement (94), wherein when the system (1) is in operation, the cart (80) moves back and forth on the bottom of the system casing (102) together with the motor reinforcement (92) and the transmission assembly reinforcement (94).

7. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 5, characterized in that it further comprises holder bracket for the mass rail track (302), holder for the mass rail track (304) and outer system casing (10), wherein the holder bracket for the mass rail track (302) is fastened to the holder for the mass rail track (304) which guides the mass rail track (30) when turning in one or another direction, wherein the holder bracket for the mass rail track (302) and the holder for the mass rail track (304) are fastened to the cart (80).

8. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in any of the previous claims, characterized in that the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) comprises an axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210), an excenter of the mass rail track (220) and a guide rail for moving the mass rail track (230), whereby the excenter of the mass rail track (220) is impaled on the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210) and the excenter of the mass rail track (220) is rotated together with the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210), whereby the excenter of the mass rail track (220), when rotated, moves the . guide rail for moving the mass rail track (230) so that it moves back and forth, causing a linear motion of the mass (36).

9. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 3, characterized in that the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) comprises the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210), the excenter of the mass rail track (220) and a guide rail for moving the mass rail track (230), whereby the excenter of the mass rail track (220) is impaled on the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210) and the excenter of the mass rail track (220) is rotated together with the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210), whereby the excenter of the mass rail track (220), when rotated, moves the guide for the mass rail track (230) so that it moves back and forth and drives the mass rail track (30), which also moves back and forth.

10. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 3, characterized in that it further comprises the cart (80) to which the source of the rotational motion (14) and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) are attached, wherein the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) further comprises the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210), the excenter of the mass rail track (220) and a guide rail for moving the mass rail track (230), whereby the excenter of the mass rail track (220) is impaled on the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210) and the excenter of the mass rail track (220) is rotated together with the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210), and the excenter of the mass rail track (220) turns together with the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210), whereby the excenter of the mass rail track (220), when rotated, moves the guide rail for moving the mass rail track (30) when turning, so that it moves back and forth and drives the mass rail track (30), which also moves back and forth.

11. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 3, characterized in that it further comprise the cart (80) to which the source of the rotational motion (14) and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) are attached; it further comprises the outer system casing (10) with ability to move on the surface (90), wherein the outer system casing (10) comprises the bottom of the system casing (102) with the cart (80) placed on the inside the outer side of the system casing, which cart (80) can move on the bottom of the system casing (102); it further comprises a motor reinforcement (92) and the transmission assembly reinforcement (94), which reinforcements (92, 94) are fastened to the cart (80) so that the source of the rotational motion (14) is fastened to the motor reinforcement (92) and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) is fastened to the transmission assembly reinforcement (94), wherein the cart (80), when the system is in operation, moves back and forth on the bottom of the system casing (102) together with the motor reinforcement (92) and the transmission assembly reinforcement (94); furthermore, the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (20) comprises the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210), the excenter of the mass rail track (220) and a guide rail for moving for the mass rail track (230), whereby the excenter of the mass rail track (220) is impaled on the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210) and the excenter of the mass rail track (220) is rotated together with the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210), whereby the excenter of the mass rail track (220), when rotated, moves the guide for the mass rail track (230) so that it moves back and forth, and drives the mass rail track (30), which also moves back and forth.

12. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claims 8, 9, 10, or 11, characterized in that the excenter of the mass rail track (220) is carried out in such a way that it comprises outer wall of the excenter (222) which bounds the orbit of the guide rail for moving the mass rail track (224) when the system (1) is in operation; furthermore it comprises the shaft slot (226) into which the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210) is retracted in a way that it enables simultaneous movements of the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion (210) and the excenter of the mass rail track (220).

13. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claims 8, 9, 10, 11 or 12, characterized in that it comprises the axis gear of the motor drive (18) and axis gear of the transformer circuit (212), which are in conjunction, wherein when a system (1) is in operation, the transformer circuit (212) is driven by the axis gear of the motor drive (18).

14. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 13, characterized in that the gears (18, 212) are conical.

15. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed any of the previous claims, characterized in that it comprises the source of energy (12).

16. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed any of the previous claims, characterized in that it comprises the routing unit (500).

17. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 16, characterized in that the routing unit (500) comprises a direction pointer for a forwards direction (510), a direction pointer for a backwards direction (520), a spring guide (530) with a spring (540), a swingarm (550) and a stopper (570), whereby the swingarm (550) can be rotated with the stopper (570) in such a way that, when the system (1) is moving forwards, the stopper can be mounted on the direction pointer for a forwards direction (510) and, if the system (1) is moving backwards, the stopper can be mounted on the direction pointer for a backwards direction (520).

18. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claims 5 or 6, characterized in that it comprises the routing unit (500) fastened on the cart (80).

19. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 18, characterized in that the routing unit (500) further comprises a direction pointer for a forwards direction (510), a direction pointer for a backwards direction (520), a spring guide (530) with a spring (540), a swingarm (550) and a stopper (570), whereby the swingarm (550) can be rotated with the stopper (570) in such a way that, when the system (1) is moving forwards, the stopper can be mounted on the direction pointer for a forwards direction (510) and, if the system (1) is moving backwards, the stopper can be mounted on the direction pointer for a backwards direction (520),

20. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 18, characterized in that the swingarm (550) has two swingarm lateral sides (552) and the swingarm head (554), which form a swingarm (550) in the form of a letter "U"; it further comprises swingarm mounting screws (569) which pass through the lateral sides of the swingarm (552), wherein the swingarm mount (560) comprises the slot of the swingarm mount (562), which slot (562) has its rear part of the mount (563) and the front part of the mount (564), wherein the swingarm (550) is fastened by screws (569) to the swingarm mount (560) so that, when the stopper (570) is fixed on the direction pointer for a forwards direction (510), the screws (569) inside the slot of the swingarm mount (562) are positioned in front part of the mount slot (564) and when the stopper (570) is fixed on the direction pointer for a backwards direction (520), the screws (569) inside the slot of the swingarm mount (562) are positioned in rear part of the mount slot (563).

21. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 20, characterized in that at one end of the spring guide (530) the stopper (570) is fixed, and at other end, the spring guide (530) is fixed to the swingarm head (554) so that the spring (540) is impaled on the spring guide (530), which spring (540) is placed between the stopper (570) and the swingarm head (554), so that the spring (540) can be pressed by the relative movement of the stopper (570) towards the swingarm head f554’>.

22. The system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in claim 21, characterized in that direction pointer for a forwards direction (510) comprises the slot of the pointer for the forwards direction (512), and direction pointer for a backwards direction (520) comprises the slot of the pointer for the backwards direction (522), wherein the stopper (570) can be fixed by rotating the swingarm (550) into the slot of the pointer for the backwards direction (522) or into the slot of the pointer for the forwards direction (512).

23. The vehicle, characterized in that it comprises the system driven by the impulse of force (1), as claimed in any of the previous claims.

24.The vehicle, as claimed in claim 23, characterized in that the source of rotational motion (14) is hydraulic or pneumatic motor.

Description:
INVENTION DESCRIPTION: SYSTEM DRIVEN BY THE IMPULSE OF FORCE AND THE VEHICLE

FIELD OF THE INVENTION

This invention relates to the field of land and water transport machinery, aircraft and devices that move by using the impulse of force, and their use is found in different areas of human activity.

TECHNICAL PROBLEM

For many years, the inventor has been dealing with issues in the field of technology and studying the phenomenology of motion driven by the impulse of force. The object of the inventor was to design a system and related vehicle able to move on a solid surface but also in a fluid in such a way that there is no external propeller or any external drive (eg by releasing an air jet, gas or the like) nor it moves due to the loss of weight.

PRIOR ART

For the purpose of designing this invention, the inventor has performed a comprehensive search of the prior art. Such drive systems were described in works and books by authors Dr. D. Jesiis Angel Vila Munoz and Ignacio de la Liana Martinez from Spain, especially in their dissertation „NUEVO SISTEMA DE PROPULSION NAVAL", but they only have developed a theoretical model of vehicle driven by the impulse of force, without exposing details on how to make such vehicle.

In the prior art, the applications are present that turn a rotational motion into a linear motion of the eccentric mass that generates motion impulses. This relates to works of Dean Norman who has researched the inertia drives, and his well-known three- dimensional electro- mechanical system that converts rotational motion of eccentric mass into the one-way carrier oscillation, which produces pulse motion in forward direction. In this system, the propulsive effect of the centrifugal force generated by the rotating mass is used to achieve the above mentioned motion effect.

Also, an international patent application was filed for the invention "DEVICE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING A DIRECTED FORCE FROM A ROTATIONAL MOVEMENT" whose inventors are MUNOZ Jesus Angel Vila and KOLB Alfredo Bruno. In their invention, they disclose the generation of linear force out of a rotating motion in a system whereby a forcibly rotating oscillating body with eccentric mass distribution in relation to the axis of rotation and transmission means that converts the equilibrium created by eccentric mass into linear force.

However, the mentioned systems have no efficiency as the system disclosed in the present invention description.

All mentioned inventions, contained in the prior art, have neither been realized in practical embodiments, nor found their industrial application because, in fact, they were only theoretical models. Namely, it was only the inventor, who, after thoroughly studying the knowledge of theoretical models of impulse drives and more than 15 years of research in his small laboratory workshop, far from the public eye on the island of Prvic, in village Prvic Sepurine, succeeded to realize a real and repeatable inertia drive.

In addition to long-lasting reflections, the researches and experiments conducted by the inventor also required empirical work on different orbits for converting the rotational motion into the linear motion, which brought the inventor to solution and conclusion of which curve is the best for performing the conversion, with the ultimate goal to move the prototype vehicle by means of combination of impulse and inertia of the body mass inside the vehicle. BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE PRESENT INVENTION:

The invention disclosed by the present description represents the system driven by the impulse of force, comprising a source of the rotational motion, a transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion that is connected with the source of the rotational motion in such a way that it converts rotational motion into a linear motion; furthermore it comprises a mass connected to said transformer circuit, wherein the mass, when the source of the rotational motion is on, moves forwards and backwards in such a way that when it moves forwards, it moves at high speed, and when it moves backwards, it moves at a low speed, causing the system to impulsively move forward.

As the source of rotational motion, an electric motor can be used, but this does not exclude other types of motor drive. A motor drive of the present system may further comprise a transmission shaft connected to a transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion in such a way that the rotational motion of axis of the electric motor is transmitted onto the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion via transmission shaft of the motor drive, so that by increasing the rotation speed of the electric motor, the speed of the linear motion of the mass is also increased, and by reducing the rotation speed of the electric motor, the speed of the linear motion of the mass is also reduced. Furthermore, this system may comprise a mass rail track that is at one end connected to the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion, while the mass is fixed at the other end, whereby, when the system is in operation, the mass rail track moves linearly forwards and backwards, causing the mass to move forwards and backwards together with the mass rail track. In another embodiment, this system may comprise a motion transmitting obstacle to transmit the mass impact.

This system may further comprise a cart to which the source of the rotational motion and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion are attached. It may also comprise an outer system casing with ability to move on the surface. The outer system casing comprises the bottom of the system casing with the cart placed on the inside the outer side of the system casing, which cart can move on the bottom of the system casing. It may further comprise a motor reinforcement and the transmission assembly reinforcement that are fastened to the cart so that the source of the rotational motion is fastened to the motor reinforcement and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion is fastened to the transmission assembly reinforcement. In such a configuration, when the system is in operation, the cart moves back and forth on the bottom of the system casing, together with the motor reinforcement and the transmission assembly reinforcement.

In a further embodiment, the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion may comprise the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion, the excenter of the mass rail track and a guide rail for moving the mass rail track, whereby the excenter of the mass rail track is impaled on the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion and the excenter of the mass rail track is rotated together with the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion, whereby the excenter of the mass rail track, when rotated, moves the guide rail for moving the mass rail track so that it moves back and forth, causing a linear motion of the mass.

In a further embodiment, which comprises the cart to which the source of the rotational motion and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion are attached, this system also comprises an outer system casing with ability to move on the surface, whereby the outer system casing comprises the bottom of the system casing with the cart placed on the inside the outer side of the system casing, which cart can move on the bottom of the system casing. Such embodiment also comprises a motor reinforcement and the transmission assembly reinforcement that are fastened to the cart so that the source of the rotational motion is fastened to the motor reinforcement and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion is fastened to the transmission assembly reinforcement. In such a configuration, when the system driven by the impulse of force is in operation, the cart moves back and forth on the bottom of the system casing together with the motor reinforcement and the transmission assembly reinforcement.

The excenter of the mass rail track is carried out in such a way that it comprises outer wall of the excenter which bounds the orbit of the guide rail for moving the mass rail track when the system is in operation; furthermore it comprises a shaft slot into which the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion is retracted in a way that it enables simultaneous movements of the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion and the excenter of the mass rail track.

System driven by the impulse of force disclosed by the present invention may comprise an axis gear of the motor drive and axis gear of the transformer circuit, which are in conjunction, wherein, when a system is in operation, the axis gear of the transformer circuit is driven by an axis gear of the motor drive. An integral part of the system can also be a source of energy.

Furthermore, the system driven by the impulse of force may also comprise a routing unit The routing unit comprises a direction pointer for a forwards direction, a direction pointer for a backwards direction, a spring guide, a spring, a swingarm and a stopper, whereby the swingarm with the stopper can be rotated in such a way that, when the system is moving forwards, the stopper can be mounted on the direction pointer for a forwards direction and, if the system is moving backwards, the stopper can be mounted on the direction pointer for a backwards direction. The routing unit can be fastened on the cart. The swingarm may have two lateral sides and the swingarm head, forming a swingarm in the form of a letter "U"; it further comprises swingarm mounting screws which pass through the lateral sides of the swingarm. Furthermore, a swingarm mount comprises the slot of the swingarm mount, which slot has its rear part and the front part, wherein the swingarm is fastened by screws to the swingarm mount so that, when the stopper is fixed on the direction pointer for a forwards direction, the screws are positioned in front part of the slot of the swingarm mount, and when the stopper Is fixed on the direction pointer for a backwards direction, the screws are positioned in rear part of the slot of the swingarm mount.

At one end of the spring guide the stopper is fixed, and at other end, the spring guide is fixed to the swingarm head so that the spring is impaled on the spring guide, which spring is placed between the stopper and the swingarm head, so that the spring can be pressed by the relative movement of the stopper towards the swingarm head. Direction pointer for a forwards direction may comprise the slot of the pointer for the forwards direction, and direction pointer for a backwards direction may comprise the slot of the pointer for the backwards direction, wherein the stopper can be fixed by rotating the swingarm into the slot of the pointer for the backwards direction or into the slot of the pointer for the forwards direction.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS:

The enclosed images, which are referred to in the description and which form a part of the description, illustrate the best invention embodiment and help explain the basic principles of the invention. This invention is not in any way limited by the drawings included in the present invention.

Figure 1. Basic concept of the system driven by the impulse of force

Figure 2. a view of one possible embodiment of the system driven by the impulse of force

Figure 3. a view of another possible embodiment of the system driven by the impulse of force

Figure 4. a detailed view of the embodiment of the system driven by the impulse of force Figure 5. a view of the swingarm of the routing unit, with the swingarm in position in which the system driven by the impulse of force is moving forwards

Figure 6. a view of the swingarm of the routing unit, with the swingarm in position in which the system driven by the impulse of force is moving backwards

Figure 7. a view of one possible embodiment of the excenter of the mass rail track

Figure 8. a view of another possible embodiment of the excenter of the mass rail track

Figure 9. a view of the essential features of one possible embodiment of the excenter of the mass rail track

Figure 10. a view of typical positions on one possible embodiment of the excenter of the mass rail track, in conjunction with the mass rail track

A LIST OF REFERENCE SIGNS USED IN THE DRAWINGS

1 - system driven by the impulse of force

10 - outer system casing

102 - bottom of the system casing

12 - source of energy

14 - source of the rotational motion

16 - transmission shaft of the motor drive

18 - axis gear of the motor drive

20 - transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion

210 - axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion

212 - gear of the transformer circuit

220 - excenter of the mass rail track

222 - outer wall of the excenter

224 -orbit of the guide rail for moving the mass rail track

226 - shaft slot 0 - guide rail for moving the mass rail track0 - the first quadrant of the excenter of the mass rail track2 - the highest point of the slope

4 - slope angle

6 - the lowest point of the slope

0 - the second quadrant of the excenter of the mass rail track0 - the third quadrant of the excenter of the mass rail track0 - the fourth quadrant of the excenter of the mass rail track- mass rail track

2 - holder bracket for the mass rail track

4 - holder for the mass rail track

- mass

- motion transmitting obstacle

0 - first position of the excenter of the mass rail track

0 - second position of the excenter of the mass rail track0 - third position of the excenter of the mass rail track0 - fourth position of the excenter of the mass rail track0 - central axis symmetry

2 - axis line

0 - routing unit

0 - direction pointer for a forwards direction

2 - slot of the direction pointer for a forwards direction0 - direction pointer for a backwards direction

2 - slot of the direction pointer for a backwards direction0 - spring guide

0 - spring

0 - swingarm

2 - swingarm lateral side 554 - swingarm head

560 - swingarm mount

562 - slot of the swingarm mount.

563 - rear part of the mount slot

564 - front part of the mount slot

569 - swingarm screw

570 - stopper

80 - cart

90 - basic surface

92 - motor reinforcement

94 - transmission assembly reinforcement

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF AT LEAST ONE WAY OF CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION

Listed below are possible ways in which the invention can be realized. This disclosure does not in any way limit other embodiments of the present invention, particularly with relation to selection and type of material and the method of machining or assembling the system driven by the impulse of force 1.

This system driven by the impulse of force 1 is carried out in a way that electric motor is used as the source of rotational motion 14, which electric motor can have a reducer for adjusting the speed of rotation in several levels. A transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 20 is connected with electric motor 14 by gearing in such a way that rotational motion of the transmission shaft on the motor drive converts circular to linear motion. Mass 36 is a piece of iron of about 80 dag which is connected to said transformer circuit by the mass rail track 30, wherein the mass 36, when the source of the rotational motion 14 is on, moves forwards and backwards in such a way that when it moves forwards, it moves at high speed, and when it moves backwards, it moves at a low speed. When the system is in operation, the mass rail track 30 moves linearly forwards and backwards, making the mass 36 moving forwards and backwards together with the mass rail track 30. The outer system casing 10 may be wooden or of any other solid material, while the motion transmitting obstacle 40 to which the mass impact 36 is transmitted must be of metal. The basic surface 90 is usually a table or floor, or traffic surface. The motor reinforcement 92 on the cart 80 of the system driven by the impulse of force, which moves back and forth on the system casing 10 can be made of solid plastic or metal; in the same way is carried out the transmission assembly reinforcement 94 that is fastened to the cart, wherein the source of the rotational motion 14 is fastened to the motor reinforcement and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 20 is fastened to the transmission assembly reinforcement 94.

The holder bracket for the mass rail track 302 and the holder for the mass rail track 304 are made of metal profiles and usually joined by welding. The holder bracket for the mass rail track 302 and the holder for the mass rail track 304 are fastened to the cart 80 and, when the system is in operation, move in one and the other direction at the same time as the mass rail track 30.

The transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 20 may comprise the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 210, the excenter of the mass rail track 220 and a guide rail for moving the mass rail track 230, whereby the excenter of the mass rail track 220 is impaled on the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 210 whereby the excenter of the mass rail track 220 is rotated together with the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 210, whereby the excenter of the mass rail track 220, when rotated, moves the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 230 so that it moves back and forth, whereby the mass rail track also moves back and forth. The axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 210 is made of steel; the excenter of the mass rail track 220 is made of steel by milling as well as the mass rail track 230 which is the integral part of the mass rail track 30. The excenter of the mass rail track 220 is impaled to the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 210 in a way that the axis fully passes through the excenter of the mass rail track 220, and when the system is in operation, the excenter of the mass rail track 220 is rotated together with axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 210 when it is in rotation, whereby the mass rail track 220, when rotating, moves the mass rail track 230 so that so that it moves back and forth, causing a linear motion of the mass 36.

The excenter of the mass rail track 220 is carried out in such a way that it comprises outer wall of the excenter of the mass rail track 222 which bounds the orbit of the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 224 in which orbit moves the guide rail for moving the mass rail track when the system 1 is in operation; furthermore it comprises a shaft slot 226 into which the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 210 is retracted in a way that it enables simultaneous movements of the axis of the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 210 and the excenter of the mass rail track 220. In one of the embodiments, the present system driven by the impulse of force may comprise a source of energy, usually a battery or accumulator.

In further embodiment, the source of the rotational motion 14 and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 20 are attached to a cart 80, which cart is positioned on the bottom of the system casing 102 and have the ability to move on the bottom of the system casing 102.

Motor reinforcement 92 and the transmission assembly reinforcement 94 are fastened to the cart 80 so that the source of the rotational motion 14 is fastened to the motor reinforcement 92 and the transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 20 is fastened to the transmission assembly reinforcement 94. When the system 1 is in operation, the cart 80 moves back and forth on the bottom of the system casing 102, together with the motor reinforcement 92 and the transmission assembly reinforcement 94.

System driven by the impulse of force 1 may also comprise an axis gear of the motor drive 18 and axis gear of the transformer circuit 212, which are in conjunction, wherein when a system 1 is in operation, axis gear of the transformer circuit 212 is driven by an axis gear of the motor drive 18. Gears 18,212 can be conical gears.

The system driven by the impulse of force 1 may also include a routing unit 500. In one embodiment, the routing unit 500 comprises a direction pointer for a forwards direction 510, a direction pointer for a backwards direction 520, a spring guide 530, a spring 540, a swingarm 550 and a stopper 570, whereby the swingarm 550 with the stopper 570 can be rotated in such a way that, when the system is moving forwards 1, the stopper 570 can be mounted on the direction pointer for a forwards direction 510 and, if the system 1 is moving backwards, the stopper can be mounted on the direction pointer for a backwards direction 520. The routing unit 500 is usually fastened on the cart 80.

In a further embodiment, the routing unit 500 may further comprise a direction pointer for a forwards direction 510, a direction pointer for a backwards direction 520, a spring guide 530 and a spring 540, a swingarm 550 and a stopper 570, wherein the swingarm 550 with the stopper 570 can be rotated in such a way that, when the system 1 is moving forwards, the stopper 570 can be mounted on the direction pointer for a forwards direction 510 and, if the system 1 is moving backwards, the stopper 570 can be mounted on the direction pointer for a backwards direction 520. The swingarm 550 usually has two swingarm lateral sides 552 and the swingarm head, which form a swingarm 550 in the form of a letter "U"; it further comprises swingarm mounting screws 569 which pass through the lateral sides of the swingarm 552, wherein the swingarm mount 560 comprises the slot of the swingarm mount 562, which slot 562 has its rear part of the mount 563 and the front part of the mount 564, wherein the swingarm 550 is fastened by screws 569 to the swingarm mount 560 so that, when the stopper 570 is fixed on the direction pointer for a forwards direction 510, the screws 569 inside the slot of the swingarm mount 562 are positioned in front part of the mount slot 564 and when the stopper 570 is fixed on the direction pointer for a backwards direction 520, the screws 569 inside the slot of the swingarm mount 562 are positioned in rear part of the mount slot 563. At one end of the spring guide 530 the stopper 570 is fixed, and at other end, the spring guide 530 is fixed to the swingarm head 554 so that the spring 540 is impaled on the spring guide 530, which spring 530 is placed between the stopper 570 and the swingarm head 554, so that the spring 540 can be pressed by the relative movement of the stopper 570 towards the swingarm head 554. Direction pointer for a forwards direction 510 comprises the slot of the pointer for the forwards direction 512, and direction pointer for a backwards direction 520 comprises the slot of the direction pointer for the backwards direction 522, wherein the stopper 570 can be fixed by rotating the swingarm 550 into the slot of the pointer for the backwards direction 522 or into the slot of the pointer for the forwards direction 512.

In a functional embodiment made by the inventor, this system driven by the impulse of force operates in following manner: The outer system casing is made of wooden sheets in the form of the box with approximate dimensions of 70 cm in length, 40 cm in width and 30 cm in height, in which box are placed the source of energy 12, source of the rotational motion 14, transmission shaft of the motor drive 16, transformer circuit for converting circular to linear motion 20, mass rail track 30, mass 36, motion transmitting obstacle 40, cart 80, motor reinforcement 92 and the transmission assembly reinforcement 94. Demonstration of operation of the system driven by the impulse of force 1 is performed on a smooth worktable without obstacles 90. Figure 9 shows one possible embodiment of the excenter of the mass rail track 220. The same is divided into four typical quadrants of the excenter of the mass rail track 240,250,260,270, wherein the orbit of the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 224 in the second 250, third 260 and fourth quadrant of the excenter of the mass rail track 270 is carried out in such a way that it follows the slot of the given radius R and, when the excenter 220 rotates and the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 230 rotates in these parts of the quadrant of the excenter of the mass rail track 250, the mass guide 30 is idle; 260 the mass rail track moves faster; 270 the mass rail track are moving even faster. When the guide rail for moving the mass rail track finds itself in a slot of the orbit of the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 224, which is defined in the first quadrant of the excenter of the mass rail track 240, the mass rail track 30 first moves slowly forward and then as the guide rail guide rail for moving the mass rail track 230 slides along the orbit of the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 224, at one point the mass rail track 30 moves fast forward, creating the moment of inertia and causing the entire system 1 to move.

The swing or acceleration of the mass 36 is realized on a slope defined by the slope angle 244, the highest point of the slope 242 and the lowest point of the slope 246. When the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 230 is in the highest point of the slope 242, the mass 36 hits the motion transmitting obstacle 40 and thus transfers the kinetic energy onto the outer system casing 10, in the event that the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 230 moves from the lowest point of the slope 246 to the highest point of the slope 242. In case that the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 230 moves from the highest point of the slope 242 to the lowest point of the slope 246, then the mass 36 hits the motion transmitting obstacle 40 in the lowest point of the slope 246 and transfers the energy of motion of the mass onto the outer system casing 10.

Figure 10 shows in detail four typical positions 410, 420, 430, 440 and the way how by rotating the excenter of the mass rail track 220 in orbit of the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 224 the guide rail moves in the first quadrant of the excenter of the mass rail track 240, and thus, departs or approaches the mass rail track 30.

For better explanation of the figure, the central axis symmetry 450 highlights the centre of the axis of the shaft slot 226, while the axis line 452 indicates the position from which the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 230.

In the first position of the excenter of the mass rail track 410. the mass rail track 30 is idle; as the excenter of the mass rail track 220 rotates clockwise, the mass rail track, through the orbit of the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 224, is drawn to the shaft slot 226 as shown in the second position of the excenter of the mass rail track 420, all the way to the final point where further turning the excenter of the mass rail track 220 in the clockwise direction causes departure of the mass rail track 224 from the shaft slot 226, as indicated in the third position of the excenter of the mass rail track 430, up to the fourth position of the excenter of the mass rail track 440 when the guide rail for moving the mass rail track 230 is again idle, until the excenter of the mass rail track 220 makes a new ¾ of the circle, and, the whole procedure is repeated.

The vehicle may be carried in a way that the present system driven by the impulse of force 1 is built in the vehicle. In such vehicle, it is best that the source of the rotational motion 14 is a hydraulic or pneumatic motor.