Static atmospheric pressure can be made to generate useful power output by creating a drop of pressure in a closed system by a method which requires lesser input energy compared to output generated.
This can be achieved by using a sponge piston as illustrated.
As per Newton's third law 'every action is accompanied with equal reaction in opposite direction' which prevents any system to set itself into perpetual motion.
Hence it is the reactive force which prevents overunity (efficieny more than one) and not the friction.
In the proposed design, the reactive force is eliminated by making atmospheric pressure to act equally on all sides of a sponge piston so that the input energy required to compress and expand the sponge piston will be negligible whereas atmospheric pressure acting on only one side of another solid piston generates huge energy output.
ABOUT THE ENTRANT
Name: Vineet Kiran
Type of entry: individual
Patent status: none