Research into the possibility of applying the two-stage mechanical oscillator by academician Veljko Milković in the world is not waning. Every year, several scientific papers are published around the world that deal with the specific application of this mechanism, and research related to the production of electricity using this mechanism is on the rise. The following scientific paper was published in India, at Wainanga College of Engineering and Management located at the large university center in Nagpur city.
In this paper, the authors Dhawal Bodhankar, Ankit Chauvhan, Santosh Rahangadale, Gaurav Uprikar, Sangram Deshmukh and prof. Swapnil Choudhary is exploring the possibilities of generating electricity using a two-stage mechanical oscillator. The introductory part states:
Energy requirement of the world is increasing day by day for the reason that of utilization of energy at a generously proportioned size with the population enlargement. This paper is about generating power by using a move backwards and forwards in such a way that when it swings the mechanical energy is generated and it is converted into electrical energy by pendulum and is stored in a battery.
For the purposes of the study, the authors of this paper constructed a two - stage mechanical oscillator that transmits the work by gear transmission to the rotor to which the dynamometer and the LED bulb are connected. The work itself has successfully experimentally confirmed the generation of electricity, which was the goal, and it is stated that with future development, this can be a significant source of green energy.
It is important to note that the text itself explicitly emphasizes that it is a two-stage mechanical oscillator of academician Veljko Milković, as well as that there are numerous patented applications of this mechanism, among which are the concepts of electric generator with a pendulum. The references of this paper contain several previously published scientific research papers dealing with the production of electricity using a two-stage mechanical oscillator. These international papers can be found on our website here.