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Offline marzosia2

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Steam engine for space ship
« on: 09/04/2016 12:03:07 »










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Re: Steam engine for space ship
« Reply #1 on: 09/04/2016 19:15:08 »
The diagrams appear to show a closed system of pipes in a ring.

The forces acting outward in any direction are balanced by the forces acting outward in the opposite direction.
I see no net linear force which could produce a linear motion in space.

 

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Re: Steam engine for space ship
« Reply #2 on: 09/04/2016 22:08:22 »
I also don't get why any of the above would prduce anything at all.

Whilst i have imagined a steam turbine driving a dynamo using centrapetal forces to get the boiler and condensor bits to work either side of the solar collector I cannot see any way a net force can be produeced which would shatter Newton's laws.
 

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Re: Steam engine for space ship
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