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Hello.
I've come up with an idea that I need to check:
There is a wheel, filled up with air, inmersed on a tank of water.
Attached to that wheel there is a number of boxes, that has two windows on opposite sides that can communicate with the water on the tank, or with the air inside the wheel.
Inside these boxes, there is a heavy plunger that keeps the water and air appart, and falls down to the bottom of the box due to gravity.
When it opens the window to the water, closes the air window, and viceversa.
So all the plungers on one side of the wheel closes the air window, and the plungers on the other side closes the water one.
So on one side of the wheel all the boxes are filled up with water, and on the other side all the boxes are filled up with air.
This represents a difference on forces, because the boxes filled up with air have a quantity of thrust, and the boxes with water have an adittional weight that the other boxes does not.
So you can see that the wheel have different forces on each side, due to the plungers falling down to the bottom of the boxes by their own weight, and letting the boxes on one side fill with air, and the other side of the wheel fill with water, as the wheel rotates... and you can see that this imbalance is always there (it doesn't matter that the wheel is spinning), and in fact, is this imbalance what is causing the rotation of the wheel...
So where is the error here?
I post an animation to clarify how it is supposed to work...
I've come up with an idea that I need to check:
There is a wheel, filled up with air, inmersed on a tank of water.
Attached to that wheel there is a number of boxes, that has two windows on opposite sides that can communicate with the water on the tank, or with the air inside the wheel.
Inside these boxes, there is a heavy plunger that keeps the water and air appart, and falls down to the bottom of the box due to gravity.
When it opens the window to the water, closes the air window, and viceversa.
So all the plungers on one side of the wheel closes the air window, and the plungers on the other side closes the water one.
So on one side of the wheel all the boxes are filled up with water, and on the other side all the boxes are filled up with air.
This represents a difference on forces, because the boxes filled up with air have a quantity of thrust, and the boxes with water have an adittional weight that the other boxes does not.
So you can see that the wheel have different forces on each side, due to the plungers falling down to the bottom of the boxes by their own weight, and letting the boxes on one side fill with air, and the other side of the wheel fill with water, as the wheel rotates... and you can see that this imbalance is always there (it doesn't matter that the wheel is spinning), and in fact, is this imbalance what is causing the rotation of the wheel...
So where is the error here?
I post an animation to clarify how it is supposed to work...
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