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Author Topic: How To Build A Bessler Type Wheel  (Read 59901 times)

Offline johnny874

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Re: How To Build A Bessler Type Wheel
« Reply #60 on: June 20, 2012, 03:45:19 PM »
You may already know about it but you could download a free physics simulator and see some of your ideas in action (like Algodoo or OECake) before you actually build them. Those simulators are pretty basic and inaccurate (compared to professional software) but it's better than nothing, right?

  Hi Kanshi,
 Unfortunately I don't have a computer to download a program onto other wise what you've suggested would be a good idea.
 I know some people understand simultions better and is something that might help people to understand what I am trying to demonstrate.
 With Bessler's wheel, one thing I have realized is that if the tube is not uniform in diameter, then it would slow the movement of water. This is because of the compression water is being placed under. This is one of the reasons concepts like the self filling flask can't work.
 While it seems that a larger volume generates more force, with static heads it is only the smallest diameter that matters. The excess in a larger container would have no useable force. This is something I have tried to avoid with what i have been working on.
 The pump in the videos has such a restriction. I could make a new tube that has a consistent diameter and show the difference. I might have to wait a couple of days to do this.