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(Dec 18, 2017)
Wow we were 41 members at its peak in the past. Oh, or maybe not a peak but it span a longer amount of time for 41 to build up slowly maybe.
(Dec 18, 2017)
Quote BEFORE YOU READ: "please use the "more" shoutbox history to find my first post before you read... I made this too long..."
(Dec 18, 2017)
A super-heavy mainspring barrel that gives inertia that the internal elastic spring must stop, wouldn't that charge itself up more easily, and ev.more the heavier the spring case (metal barrel) was?
(Dec 18, 2017)
Hm in the mechanical analogy, if you put a ratchet (one way flow of energy rotation, unidirectional Torque,etc), the spring would conserve and keep adding, never losing, ANY charge it gets put in.
(Dec 18, 2017)
Ah please use the "more" shoutbox history to find my first post before you read... I made this too long to see the start of this conversation.
(Dec 18, 2017)
then the water inside will still keep flowing in circles for a while right? Because it WEIGHTS and can't stop instantly as the LIGHTER (and not glued to water) plastic does.
(Dec 18, 2017)
For example, if you start to spin a half-full bottle of water very fast on its axis for a long while, and the water gets momentum inside, if you stop spinning the bottle suddenly (the plastic you/the machine are holding),
(Dec 18, 2017)
and you haven't even wounded said spiral mainspring. It has to have a weep ton of mass though, for such an inertia to be effective at charging.
(Dec 18, 2017)
because the metal with its rotating inertia tenses itself when you suddenly stop the wobble but "unless stopped, things in motion tend to remain in motion", so it dampens the rotation with the spring itself internally,
(Dec 18, 2017)
so that instead of tensing it with a motor rotating it slowly painstakingly, you wobble it back and forth on its spiral center axis, indirectly charging it inside by external wobble instead of direct force,
(Dec 18, 2017)
Lol mixing this, an analogy to mechanics for capcacitance and inductance would be: charging a metal clock mainspring by playing with its inherent internal weight & inertia of the steel (certain case material) it's made of,
(Dec 18, 2017)
I'm talking about Electrolytic capacitors or Supercapacitors, the typical cylindrical ones. Uh sorry to ask now, but you were doing electronics or mechanical related, right? I can't remember now. Sorry if this has nothing to do with your field xD
(Dec 18, 2017)
What would happen with a capacitor-core inductor though? One has to wonder. If it broke the capacitor due to reverse-polarity, flowing AC in the coil, it would mean they in fact interact in some way right? If so, it could be exploited or so?
(Dec 18, 2017)
Basically what I'm saying, what if... take the metal cap off the capacitor and place a flat same-diameter coil on top of the capacitor, on the same axis as the cap's' cylindrical shape. Or what if wire wound around a capacitor simply?
(Dec 18, 2017)
Capacitor would be isolated from any load, so it should charge for sure because it can't leak anywhere? Isn't an open circuited capacitor just a super static electricity accumulator, a giant charged "surfaces" in non-contact by definition?
(Dec 18, 2017)
Traditional coils of wire are spirally wounded, but I thought that capacitors are in some sort too, a spirally stacked surface. What if you make a coil on a plane with the same shape curling outwards?
(Dec 18, 2017)
lol I never thought before that a capacitor could be tried to be considered a "coil" too, not for inductance, but for receiving directly. An external coil will cause internal voltage on the capacitor without a + and - ? Does this even make sense? o.o
(Dec 18, 2017)
What happens if you try to chargea capacitor with an induction coil flowing current, like in a DC transformer in pulses? Will it charge without contact directly without wiring it, as the cap.layers form akind of spiral coil anyway? :o
(Dec 18, 2017)
Crysis 2 soundtrack is really good, wow. I haven'tplayed but it's much better than C3... the gmplay for sure has to be more musically adaptive to the map situation than C3
(Dec 18, 2017)
I remembered the meaning behind my profile image when I ploaded it here. Or I've been reminded, yet again just by looking at it xD. It's to go forward and do interesting things and challenge knowing and improving wisdom, and have a lot of silent fun