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Old 5 February 11, 03:57   #151
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New animations half rotate engine:











And in scale 1:1 350 ccm intake volume:


http://www.new4stroke.com/halfrotatedxf.dxf Save file

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Old 7 February 11, 20:43   #152
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or" Twin Feliks "








or other new patents...

The cylinder can be made from an aluminum extrude...




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Old 1 March 11, 09:46   #153
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"Twin Feliks"




Big air cooled



Small air cooled





star halfrotate





And "Stephenson second"






And story this inventions "step by step"
Story half rotate engine


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http://www.pivotalengine.com/PivotalBrochure.pdf

Save these PDF files on your computer and print. These are drawings of the 2-liter engine on a scale of 1:1


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http://www.new4stroke.com/long.pdf

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Old 30 March 11, 22:04   #154
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The wind energy. Harrier is driven by the wind, the helicopter also...In order to receive a flow venturi nozzle which is in the engine Harier ( 200 KG / sec ), then you need only 6 meters in diameter and 25 length.... and 5 m / sec wind...






With the movement of 200 Kg / sec Harrier has a string of 10 000 KG....

Another way to go. The narrowest point is less Venturiego nozzle pressure. It's like found in the center of the lowlands of atmospheric ( weather ). This causes larger than hurricanes weather.
Except that here we have a much shorter way from the boom to the lowlands....
Huricane flows from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure.




QUOTE (Greg Locock @ Mar 29 2011, 21:25)
Step back from the equations, and think about what would happen if you put a disc with a hole in it up to the airflow. Now stretch the disc out along the axis of the hole. All the air in the disc bit will be still 'see' disc ahead of them, not the hole you'd like them to go for. A big wodge of stagnated air will build up ahead of the venturi. For the equations just use continuity and Bernouilli, for the lossless case./QUOTE


In this reasoning, the disc does not have thickness. The reasoning for the classic windmill, to which all are used: flat disk, with virtually no thickness. Therefore, the classic windmill has a low efficiency, because this disc is not dispensed air mass and its speed is only such as wind.
The venturi nozzle are two cones and a not insignificant thickness of 25 meters. And now this whole mass of air that is housed in a venturi nozzle is involved in the flow through it. It should be noted that the cones are of unequal length. Cone output is 30 % longer than the input... why? Well, because this is the output cone of doing it at low pressure in the narrowest point.
With reduction in pressure, is involved the whole mass of air in which the output is a cone, that is, the average disk X 16m. Cone can not be shorter because they do not provide laminar flow, which is a prerequisite for good work Venturi nozzle. With disorders of movement ( for a short cone ) in action will take part, only a small mass of air, to lower pressure. The condition is llaminar flow, because the cone has to be quite so long. For that produces a significant vacuum in the narrowest point, causing fresh air to the input cone...

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However, few venturi nozzle in the world already taken:

http://www.valka.cz/ADMIN/REDAKCE/SN...uruznik_01.jpg

http://www.imperialco.net/imperial/venturi3731.jpg





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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GsMA...ri Wine Pourer

If they move to the Thames or Potomac River this venturi nozzle:

D=1 meter, L = 5 meter V min 0,6 m/sec V max 6 m/sec , Flow 500 kg/sec .....

A little electric power can be done...

The same goes for the sea tidal and sea currents.

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Old 7 April 11, 12:38   #157
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If you need a really high torque without gear:




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8fBx...etailpage#t=7s

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Animation showing how using venturi nozzle drives the gyroscope to the flight instruments. Historically, the aircraft was not an electric current...
But now, if we do the jets in the right size, we thus also powered electric generator...






Even used a double Venturi nozzle, in order to increase the vacuum to best drive "turbine"






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So yes, I think it best to start with what everyone has long-standing knowledge and know how not to reinvent the wheel.
Ideally we'll see this in professional.

http://www.croll.com/pr/pdf/vacpro.pdf
http://www.croll.com/pr/pdf/fundament.pdf
http://www.croll.com/pr/index.php?page=vetheory#matcon
http://www.croll.com/pr/pdf/DesigSteam.pdf

http://www.croll.com/pr/a_ejectors.htm
http://www.croll.com/pr/pdf/vacpump.pdf
http://www.croll.com/pr/pdf/vacwater.pdf
http://www.croll.com/pr/pdf/superheaters.pdf
http://www.croll.com/pr/pdf/noisecontrol.pdf

I think that for the first time, that's enough.





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I still have some of the existing achievements Venturi Nozzle:
http://books.google.pl/books?id=RNTvti6Vmd...uri&f=false

http://64.201.227.3/~sk/J-1_All_ProductBroch.pdf

http://www.pdfio.com/k-214799.html
http://www.nitech-vac.com/products/ejector...am_ejectors.htm




I think that the next step will be to manufacture large quantities of electricity from wind, by the use of Venturi nozzles

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The Underground Windmill.

Underground windmills will be an really new alternative to the Atom




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Helicopter rotor blades without ???

Without blades

http://www.dysonairmultiplier.com/

four animation.

Perhaps,perhaps...

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In Other Technical Forum :

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That Venturi nozzle feeding a windmill-turbine is a really interesting concept.
One of the problems with current windmills is that they must be constantly pointed to the wind, not only to optimize energy generation, but also lest they might sustain some damage.
A set of nozzles, say in a six or eight pointed star arrangement, could feed a fixed windmill, which as you suggest, could now operate in a horizontal plane and be sustained in rails or whatever.
The nozzles, being quite solid structures, can take side winds, and one would just need to open/close the appropriate valves within the nozzle star at the right time depending on the direction of the wind, much easier and faster than rotating a whole windmill with the wind. One could also combine any number of such tunnels and stack nozzles at different heights.
The wind capturing device and the energy generating device become effectively uncoupled from each other.
About something that you think?




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[quote name='gruntguru' post='4982321' date='Apr 20 2011, 01:11']Total power in the wind.
Power = 0.5 x Swept Area x Air Density x Velocity[sup]3[/sup]
from http://www.reuk.co.uk/Calculation-of-Wind-Power.htm...[/quote]


In the Wikipedia is a big mistake or inaccuracy
Call it what you think.

Now why is that:

Kinetic Energy = Mass x 0.5 x Velocity2 It is certainly true.

But when it comes to the calculated mass is no longer referred to as:

Mass / sec (kg / s) = Velocity ( m / sec ) x Area ( m2 ) x Density (kg/m3 )

In my opinion, if we count the mass, we must indicate the volume of the cylinder, which is in addition to its surface and its length.

Here, due to an error or a" shortcut calculations" assume that the length of the cylinder is equal to 1.

But it is not always true mass depends also on the length of the cylinder, because they can be 50 meters.

Of course, if you will take part in the formation of energy.

Even in a new traditional windmill blade width can have two meter, and now the model is invalid.

* But because the masses are Surface x L x Density. Always.

Well, where we have L ?


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By the way. What has to calculate the speed of her weight?
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Holidays are approaching, so we do spring cleaning. For sure we will use the vacuum cleaner. We can using such a vacuum cleaner to see how the underground windmill will run . Namely, you should close the pipe vacum cleaner is best without the caps to a small fan, for example, to cool the CPU, or a computer power supply. We will have a working model of an underground windmill......

The following picture shows the sports exhaust, which are built with a relatively long individual pipes from each cylinder. Their length L is crucial for their proper operation. Mass departing exhaust with a volume of such tubes will help the new portion of air intake into the cylinder, while the common valve opening. This mass is precisely calculated for the speed at which it will perform a so-called dynamic charge of the engine



Just the energy contained in the exhaust of precision of the volume of the exhaust manifold vacuum in the cylinder does.


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Old 29 April 11, 17:04   #166
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"The Non-Undergroud Windmill"





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This is Homer. Now you can safely drink, because he knows the underground fan will give him a lot cheaper green energy.
It can use an underground windmill used an old engine, for example, the Harrier. Or the same fan.



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" The Full Underground Windmill "



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What do you do for a living, exactly?
You seem relentlessly passionate about this stuff.
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What do you do for a living, exactly?
You seem relentlessly passionate about this stuff.
My interest is on my side.http://www.new4stroke.com


You know how it works "Underwater Windmill" ?




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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ3Pohh502E
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AW1Fedhx6Nc

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"The gain in kinetic energy resulting from the increased linear velocity in the throat is offset (i.e., balanced) by the decrease of pressure in the throat. The reduction in pressure which occurs when the fluid flows through the throat is called the Venturi effect and is named after the Italian physicist Giovanni Battista Venturi (1746 - 1822) who first observed the effect."

http://en.citizendium.org/wiki/Venturi_effect
http://www.hippocampus.org/homework-help/P...Simulation.html



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Lesson Two: in terms of fundamental historical

Venturitubes 1937.pdf

On the pictures below you can see how small the venturi nozzle is to drive the gyroscopes in the strands. My finger and applied on the next hand, illustrate the size of the venturi tube. It is almost equal to the diameter of my finger. Now, please imagine how much energy to give the fan with the same diameter of my finger...








Since the narrowest point of the venturi tube, we can easily get up to 10 times higher air velocity, we can mount the engine behind the jet frame, which at high speeds the inlet has a good performance.
For example, you can mount an engine on an Tourist Plane, which reaches 200 km / h at the entrance to the RAM JET would be about 2000 km / h....
This will generate additional good sequence, using a very simple engine ( or two )




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On the pictures below you can see how small the venturi nozzle is to drive the gyroscopes in the strands. My finger and applied on the next hand, illustrate the size of the venturi tube. It is almost equal to the diameter of my finger. Now, please imagine how much energy to give the fan with the same diameter of my finger...


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A venturi tube so small as my finger is able to propel a large heavy rotating disk gyroscope air to 10 000 RPM, and even walk through the air filter....





Since the gyroscope can be power, relatively high compared to the diameter of the venturi tubes (1 ") and he has the 2 ", then maybe you can do in F1 KERS Venturi "?
The air sucked into the engine can be sucked through a venturi tube so, resulting in a negative pressure to drive the gyroscope, which will keep energy....:tsk

That would be something like a turbine gives energy, but the intake pipe. Turbo



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http://www.pilotfriend.com/training/..._wing/gyro.htm

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/1982636.pdf

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Another animation:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tz2rQvCxp44

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Having digested the content of the thread i conclude that the answer could be one of these !!

However weight may be an issue and mostly certainly there would need to to be some boot modifications!




http://www.new4stroke.com/litlleengine.jpg
http://www.full-ahead.net/Silownia/s..._index_ang.htm

http://www.full-ahead.net/Silownia/s..._urw_zawor.htm

http://www.full-ahead.net/Silownia/s..._index_ang.htm

double bottom fo foam
http://www.youtube.com/user/pawielus?gl=PL&hl=pl#p/u/53/Cfp0BWKwdgY dno


large swimmer:
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Man even Optimus Prime would have a bad crank day trying to fire that best of a lump to life. Thank the gods for electronic ignition!
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Good opportunity to remind:

And about half rotate.




Star engines were characterized biggest always force density





Below picture of the star half rotate around 10 (40) with "cylinders". for the transparency of the picture one can see only 3 additional "cylinders" more than is at the animated film.
One can also see dimensions of the whole of the engine in the assumption that every cylinder has such dimensions for the picture half rotate with the set connecting rod of the Sulzer D= engine of 900 mm and stroke 2500 mm .



So 10 (40) "cylindrical" engine half rotate about the same working capacity in comparing to the Sulzer 10 engine cylindrical on the picture below .

Sulzer: 10 Cylinders , 20 m long , 15 m hight , 1500 Ton weight.

Half rotate star : 10(40) "Cylinders" 4,5 m diameter , 4,5 m long
about 70 Ton weight.





And most importantly.. Since in the engine half rotate mass innertia are several times Sulzer smaller than in the engine, engine half rotate can work with the much greater rotation speed.
Sulzer : 102 RPM , 60 000 KW

Half rotate: 250 RPM , 150 000 KW

In same intake work volume ...

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Sure the engines of cars will be similar proportions.
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[quote name='Feliks' post='5125841' date='Jun 24 2011, 15:36']I thought about that. The float on the animation gives the impression of a small..[/quote]

I think that this would be accurate...

http://www.dieselduck.net/videos/04%20weat...ough%20seas.wmv


I wonder how many tons of water would be able to pump out the 100-meter high tank, during one cycle of the wave?

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The Red Baron Windmill:

Due to the vacuum created by the wing, over which the wind flows, wind turbines in the channels of collective spin vacuum and provide energy....



Here you can see demonstrations of the film that created a vacuum at the top of the wing when the wind blows on him.
The resulting vacuum can suck the ball into the pipe passing through the wing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fb8IFfnbjY8

By placing many of the holes on the top of the wing, use the vacuum on the entire surface of the wing. The Assembly shall meet in two sustaining supports and drives the suction fans to them with normal air pressure.
This will of course be used to produce energy,
and its amount will depend on the size of the system...

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Well, some developing:

Of course, you must use the entire art of loving wing aerodynamics.
And How companies grow one way: speed amplifier in the form of air intake venturi nozzle.




Well, and a new kind of wings...
Venturi nozzle flat... After all the two wings made contrary to each other..




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In other forum :
[quote name='gruntguru' date='Jul 6 2011, 08:37' post='5147823']
Those wings need endplates.

Seriously - using the flow in a secondary device means that a lot of the wind power is wasted, because the mass flow through the turbines is much less than the wind mass flow captured by the machine.

I have seen some interesting and original ideas in this thread, but you are wasting YOUR energy trying to improve on the efficiency of a modern wind turbine.
[/quote]

All of this, I waste my energy ,you able to understand that there are other, much more efficient ways of using wind energy.

I know your great love for modern wind turbine, but you must remember that any excessive love sent your eyes, and impossible for an objective view of reality.

Besides, is not just about the same efficiency, but also for it to be able to build a very simple structure that even the next 4,000 years will exist. I makes sense to build on the sea, because they almost always wind blows from one direction - from the sea. And so it will probably still over the next 4000 years...
* In such a structure may be, for example, 100 such horizontal " flat venturi " and long for 300 meters. Constructed channels will lead to negative pressure turbines which generate much electricity. And the only element consuming to be turbine generators. The rest should survive 4000 years without repairs...

So with these issues will be decisive, not only we can improve the efficiency of Venturi amplifier.

Well unless the people have lost the ability to build such structures ...

http://www.new4stroke.com/All_Gizah_Pyramids.jpg

And here in a better resolution though you wanted to see more details:

Pyramids

But who will be Pharaoh??

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And here's the picture of Homer family watching the Red Baron Windmill prototype with flat Venturi nozzles.
If you meet all expectations, this is a prototype of Homer performs with Stone, as Pharaoh himself had wished.
And it will be a very durable building, well, for example, compared to the ridiculously short life of nuclear reactors...





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[quote name='gruntguru' post='5167127' date='Jul 12 2011, 06:36']With a dash of fantasy.[/quote]

Oh yes, a little bit of you have, then a little knowledge and work reliably over the idea and new invention ready.....

Here you can see perfectly that we can get plenty of potential energy generated by the aerodynamics, without any propellers....
It allows a range of up to 3000 km by glider...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gliding


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Oh yes, a little bit of you have, then a little knowledge and work reliably over the idea and new invention ready.....

Here you can see perfectly that we can get plenty of potential energy generated by the aerodynamics, without any propellers....
It allows a range of up to 3000 km by glider...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gliding


Andrew:stir:
The main energies supplied to a glider is gravity and convection(solar) energy. Even a glider has to be able to change it's vector to operate at a gain. At the end of the day, a glider has produced very little work. If you were to try to power the world on the work performed levels of a glider, it would be a herculean task.[/QUOTE]


You know perfectly well, with new ideas about the rank of the fundamental, very difficult to penetrate to the use of mass...

But thanks to people like you, we can slowly try to..
Another, although not looking as Hekules, we have on video..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fb8IFfnbjY8

Instead, we can build an automatic flow of balls so that they can be sucked into the pipe.
A falling ball (or WATER) with wings, they can hit their way back after a shoulder wheel, similar to a water wheel, giving him his potential energy ..

Well, the automatic circuit, will cause the "Hercules" he can rest.
This is just an example of how we can use another way of generating energy this way.

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Instead, we can build an automatic flow of balls so that they can be sucked into the pipe.
A falling ball (or WATER) with wings, they can hit their way back after a shoulder wheel, similar to a water wheel, giving him his potential energy ..

Well, the automatic circuit, will cause the "Hercules" he can rest.
This is just an example of how we can use another way of generating energy this way.
"The Water Wind Power Plant"



Love for "tuning" not gone...





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I actually wasted 2 min typing that text in google translator and came up with this:

"scientists believe the surface of his wings is too small in relation to its weight and in accordance with the laws of physics can not fly ... But the bumblebee does not know ..."

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Correct if you calulate based on single lift pulse per wing cycle. Bees get 2 lifts per wing cycle. People used to think the earth was flat and at the the center too.

Please to let us know how to make complex structures that are both strong enough to self suport and to resist 4000 years of storms? We simple people can see how a simple shape pile of rocks could last in an area that does not see sub 0C temps. Now all you need to do is figure out how to make electricity from a pile of rocks.
The pile of rocks:

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Hmmm, as someone with a structural engineering background, I see potential problems with that structure
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Needs more rocks.
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No, I think it needs less air.
And I have hope that over the last 4,000 years we have learned, to build something more than just the pyramids and the pyramids....

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Well, with that lovely airfoil texture, I'm sure that that will start producing usable amounts of energy any time it's within the eyewall of a hurricane....
Also such a pile of stones, and a dangerous element of water, politely puts 2000 MW....


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Not stones, Concrete with much steel and piping in it. Well under 100 years old and under constant care, maintenance and upgrades. Nothing polite about this project. Read up a bit and you will find it was made out of men and material. 0.0 % clever, 100% brute force and slide rule engineering.
Concrete is a pile of stones, only a tiny...

If we use the design of computers, calculators to calculate the type,
http://www.flowmeterdirectory.com/fl...turi_calc.html
http://www.hanleyinnovations.com/vf50.html

It can be 100% clean design
And even more politely 'll gain energy. And then it will be possible, for the next 4000 years.

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Snoopy inspired me..

First, the architects built the pyramids, then the rectangular houses. Now for the houses in the shape of airfoil






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Andrew, I just want to thank you for all the interesting engine concepts you've presented, including that on your your own site! I've learnt quite a bit from it

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Andrew, I just want to thank you for all the interesting engine concepts you've presented, including that on your your own site! I've learnt quite a bit from it

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You still look at a few other forums, there you will find even more information, for example here:

http://www.f1technical.net/forum/vie...php?f=4&t=4535



As if someone is not loved music, it can be so..

‪Snoopy And The Red Barron (Peanuts)‬‏ - YouTube


But you should see that Snoopy House can ...fly

‪ANGEL GUADIANIA Snoopy VS the Red Baron‬‏ - YouTube

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Indeed it is


The Multisnoopy Ship

This is Beautiful..

This is the modern variant of a sailing ship... so that the sails are not torn...

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http://www.wired.com/autopia/2010/06...-than-the-wind


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNbNN...eature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPOql...eature=related

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sailing..._than_the_wind



Aerodynamic coefficient Cx is very small. It is certainly much smaller than in the traditional ship...

This is not a traditional sail 2D, but the full 3D structure. Energy is processed and used to drive water propeller. Why can swim backwards and forwards. Like a film with 2D fan.
So many of Snoopy Ship has a much higher efficiency due to 3D

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http://www.wired.com/autopia/2010/06...-than-the-wind


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNbNN...eature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPOql...eature=related

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sailing..._than_the_wind



Aerodynamic coefficient Cx is very small. It is certainly much smaller than in the traditional ship...

This is not a traditional sail 2D, but the full 3D structure. Energy is processed and used to drive water propeller. Why can swim backwards and forwards. Like a film with 2D fan.
So many of Snoopy Ship has a much higher efficiency due to 3D

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Why not put the wings in the water and gain even more power? The faster you go, the more power you get, and the faster you go, yay perpetual motion!
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