Hi everyone, I am looking into subject matter to use as my final year project at university. The Tesla Turbine is something that I have recently looked into. I am interested to know the following... In the Tesla Turbine, water is 'injected' and border interactions of the different molecules cause the rotor discs to spin at high speed. If steam was pressurised and directed onto a bladeless generator ( tESLA tURBINE) would this same phenomena occur? - or are blades essential in achieving mechanical torque in the case of steam? thanks!