Subject: Has anyone ever built a Radiometer large enough to generate electricity
Date: Sun Sep 17 22:46:09 2000
Posted by Robert C. Reinbold
Grade level: undergrad
School: Texas A&M
City: Waxahachie State/Province: Texas
Area of science: Engineering
If the vanes of a radiometer spin furiously from low levels of ambient
light, why couldn't a very large radiometer be constructed that would
have a generator connected to the vanes as a brake? Does the level of
vacumm inside the radiometer make much difference?
Re: Has anyone ever built a Radiometer large enough to generate electricity
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