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Old 04-29-2008, 11:18 AM   #41
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Chernobyl is a good example of how its not safe. I know that there is a friction force, but is the ------- rotor still ------- turn? YES, because the force of magnets are bigger. Anyway, my 8 beers numb me
No, not really. Chernobyl was one of the original reactors, built in ------- Russia.

There are too many safety measures now to worry about it. One of our reactors was refurbed and thrown back online recently, kept going down. They didn't know why, but it doesn't really matter because it was "safe" enough to shut itself down before anything serious happened.
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Old 04-29-2008, 12:59 PM   #42
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Chernobyl is a good example of how its not safe. I know that there is a friction force, but is the ------- rotor still ------- turn? YES, because the force of magnets are bigger. Anyway, my 8 beers numb me
With the magnets there it probably stayed turning for just slightly longer than without the magnets.
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Old 04-29-2008, 04:12 PM   #43
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You need something to either switch current or switch magnetic field, which requires some kind of logic device requiring power. The only thing on Google video I see is some "Perendev magnetic motor" which I cannot find any details of, and the website looks like it was made by a 7 year old.

Oh, and you cannot instantaneously change the current through an inductor (electromagnet for example).
I read an article not too long ago about freezing a magnet with liquid nitrogen which causes it to vibrate rapidly. They're trying to harness the vibrations to propel space shuttles further into space, after the rocket fuel has been exhausted.
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I think solar sails of some sort are a better bet. Can you show me this article?
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I think solar sails of some sort are a better bet. Can you show me this article?
So I had some of my facts wrong, its been a while since I've read the article. Apparently its liquid helium, not nitrogen, and its electromagnets superconductors. But here's a similiar article.

http://science.howstuffworks.com/ele...ropulsion1.htm
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