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Cascading fans and using the torque formula T = F * r to our advantage!

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I'm going to spend some time in ms-paint, to try and draw an image that I think you all might find interesting!
 

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so before I waste anymore time drawing it I'd like to hear what you think of what i've got so farsingle column.png
 

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You want us to question your picture that you haven’t showed?.
This is a help forum and not a crystal ball forum.
Nothing left to say really!

Martin
 

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sorry mate initially the file was too big ive split it now you should be able to view, thanks
 

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You want us to question your picture that you haven’t showed?.
This is a help forum and not a crystal ball forum.
Nothing left to say really!

Martin
again sorry for my mistake but I think it's uploaded now
 

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I'ts okay if you don't see it's implications, hardly anyone does!
 

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the idea is that for the same amount of downward force (from the air) and the larger the raduis, then larger the torque, also the larger the radius the larger the circumfrence, so then the more fans and funnels you can fit If around the edge. If you don't clock on to what I'm saying please just delete the thread because I don't want to be counted as a "woo woo" to be honest.
 

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so I've tried to make it easier for you the get
 

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so if you imagine a down pipe with water going down it on a rainy day, and you put a generator in the pipe say a modified computer fan the radius of the fans blades would be around 6 cmand would make electricity, now say that you have the water fall on to an umbrella. the water is still falling with the same force but the radius has increased thus increasing torque directly which in turn can move a heavy wheel quite slow but large in radius so that the tangential speed is great and you put on magnets and coils and ceate electricity because the wheel is heavy the magnetic cogging is reduced and it will be able to supply the fans motor with ample power that it needs! and I havn't even reached the cascading part either.
 
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