1 to 1 ratio gives more strength

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So now im in this debate if a 1 to 1ratio gearhead can give more strength

and obviously it can

how does this affect science?

In  cells it is believed that the center gives the most strength

when if we understood how strength is being sent we could understand how to make stronger cells

using cells of lesser strength on the outside and not in the center then the nucleus could be any cell

It would help a lot of fields but I am still in a debate if a 1 to 1 ratio can give strength

one said

You could accomplish that by using different motor bodies

another company said

In order to get the same speed at different torque based on the same nominal voltage, it would be better to use same gearbox but different motor to do this job

I bought these 2 motors and sent them to America to have someone put together

Planetary gearhead GPX 22 HP Ø22 mm
2.4 nm

Planetary gearhead GPX 26 LN Ø26 mm,
1.8nm

Both have this:

Reduction26 : 1
Absolute reduction4950/190
Mass inertia1.31 gcm²

I paid so much a sales rep came to me and when I told him I am trying to make a 1 to 1 ratio gear head increase torque he said he would have nothing to do with me

and he stopped all our conversations

heres a little video I made

A 1 to 1 ratio gear head increasing torque means a lot

at this moment ALL the students are being told that a 1 to 1 ratio gear head cannot increase torque and obviously that is wrong
and it affects all the science, medical, mechanical , turbines, astronomy,  and more fields
We cant even have a fully understanding of cells or the stars or gravity or anything scientific if we keep saying that an object of lesser strength cannot move an object of greater
strength at the same speed ( I know it can move faster also but im still having to argue that it can move at the same speed)

I hope someone will help me with speaking to the intentionally community about this project (its inertia that's moving these objects not the object itself)

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Can you show the math for why you think this?

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It sounds like a perpetual motion machine, producing additional energy from nothing.

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On 24-11-2017 at 7:55 PM, jamesmatheson said:

how does this affect science?

It would give some new(and easier) formulas to write.(if it checks out)

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On 11/24/2017 at 7:55 PM, jamesmatheson said:

at this moment ALL the students are being told that a 1 to 1 ratio gear head cannot increase torque and obviously that is wrong

Why is wrong? If it is so obviously wrong, you can surely demonstrate how it can increase torque. And what does it mean for a gear to ''hold strength''?

I watched your video what you're saying isn't really coherent. You're all over the place.

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Why is this in physics. How about we start off the new year without this incoherent babble. Or is the conservation of energy not going to be with us in 2018?

Edited by koti