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## Discussion board help and admin topics => Half Baked Ideas => Topic started by: _GonZo_ on March 26, 2006, 11:12:47 PM

Title: Electrostatic mill
Post by: _GonZo_ on March 26, 2006, 11:12:47 PM
Just yesterday an idea that I found in internet time ago (It was a phisics problem to be solved in a university web page...) went back to my head.

It was a wheel of 5 charges (q) suspenden in a wheel and another charge (Q) fixed out of the wheel
In the problem there was only 5 charges in the wheel (odd number)
Then I thought why not a even number of charges like 6 for example?
The bottom of the wheel is sumerged in a dielectric fluid so there is a diference in the dielectric constans (K and k) of the to areas that wheel travels.

Find attached picture of it to see what I mean.

I am very tired tonigh to make the calculations so if someone can take over...
The equation that gives you the force of atraction or repulsion between 2 charges is:

F = Q x q / K x r2

Being:
F = Force
Q and q = Charges
K = Dielecric constant
r = Distance

If both charges are equal then the wheel is suposse to turn clockwise and if they are oposite then the wheel will turn anti-clockwise.
Title: Re: Electrostatic mill
Post by: _GonZo_ on March 26, 2006, 11:54:23 PM

If both charges are equal then the wheel is suposse to turn clockwise and if they are oposite then the wheel will turn anti-clockwise.

Sorry I forgot to add here that K>k
Title: Re: Electrostatic mill
Post by: _GonZo_ on March 29, 2006, 03:17:32 AM