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Subject: New: Follow-on to 1165055948.Ph (to David-John Free)

Date: Sat Dec 9 04:51:22 2006
Posted by Nikos
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Area of science: Physics
ID: 1165665082.Ph

Hello David & John. As you mentioned velocity varies with sin(wt). So if the
motors could turn with a variable frequency analog to 1/sin(wt) and then there
would be no vibration or much less. Now I need your opinion to tell me if the
following arrangement would also work like the one we talked so far: Imagine you
have two coils placed the one above the other (helmholtz, for homogeneous mag
field) and the coils' axis is vertical. Also you place an air ion generator
inside the mag field so that the ions can start a cyclic movement (on a
horizontal plane, vertical to the magnetic flux) for 180 degrees (something like
betatron). Do you think that the resulting ions' inertia would be enough to make
a chassis move?

Re: New: Follow-on to 1165055948.Ph (to David-John Free)

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