Can static pressure be induced to becoming dynamic pressure through the use of "right-angle forces" with respect to particle velocities? I imagine that one could accomplish this with an ionized gas and a magnetic field. This would reduce the amount of work that is need to accelerate the gas. Furthermore, what happens if one were to convert so much of the static pressure into dynamic pressure that the static pressure would fall below the ambient pressure of the atmosphere? Could the atmosphere itself(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); doradial work on our system as soon as we relieve the dynamic pressure by allowing that dynamic pressure to do rotational work?

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# The minimum cost of converting static pressure into dynamic pressure

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